Purple Yam Jelly (Ube Halaya)

Kitchen  Utensils : Medium Stock pot, Grater, Mixing bowl Ingredients: 2.4 lbs. Purple Yam, boiled, peeled then grated or mashed (Boiling: wash purple yam in water, scrubbing any dirt. Put in a medium size stockpot and add ¼ cup water. Boil under medium high heat until Purple Yam is fork tender. Allow to cool prior…

Ginger Spiced Taro Leaves with Coconut Milk (Laing Bikol)

Kitchen Utensils: 4.5 quarts Pot, Chopping Board, Kitchen Knife, Grater Ingredients: 1 pack dried Taro leaves (4 lbs) soaked in filtered water for 30-45 minutes to re-hydrate then drained thoroughly or squeeze the water out using both hands by making fist-size clumps or balls 2 cans Coconut Milk (shake the can well before opening) I…

Coconut Milk and Root Vege Medley (Ginataang Halo-Halo)

Ingredients: 3 pcs. medium size Taro root, peeled and sliced into cubes 2 medium size ripe Plantain, peeled, halved and sliced 1/2 ” thick 1 pc. Medium size Yam peeled and sliced into cubes 2 pieces large size Japanese Sweet Potato, peeled and sliced into cubes 1 can coconut milk, I use this brand 1/4 cup…

Sweet Potato Wedges

Kitchen Utensils: stainless steel or non stick frying pan, chopping board and knife Ingredients : 1 Large Japanese Sweet Potato, peeled, halved and sliced 1/4 inches thick 3 Tbsp coconut oil, I uses Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil Sea salt 5 pcs Mint leaves, julienned 1. Add coconut oil in heated pan at medium setting. 2….

AIP Primal Meet Tropical Kitchen Tricks

Boiling Root-crops and Plantain Clean the root-crops or plantain in water, scrubbing the dirt off the root crops like sweet potato, taro or arrowroot. I prefer not to peel the skin off to save prep time and easier clean up. Plantain can also just be washed off with clean water. There are various ways to…

Chicken Stew (Tinolang Manok)

Kitchen utensils: medium sized pot, grater, grater, chopping board and knife Ingredients: 2 lbs organic or free range chicken thighs and wings sliced once through the joint 1/2 cup grated ginger 1 clove garlic minced 3 cups water 3 Tbsp wet tamarind mixed with 1/2 cup water, drained and set aside juice, you can find…

To Have and Not To Have

Auto Immune Paleo Protocol follows a nutrient dense, high protein and high fiber plan. It is a Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Egg & Dairy Free, Nightshade Free, Nut Free, Beans/Legumes Free, Seed Free and Processed Foods Free Protocol. With that said and following the steps of the brave people who forged the AIP Protocol–it can be…

What & Why

The AIP Paleo The Auto-Immune Paleo (AIP) Protocol or Ancestral Diet is supposed to modify or minimize the body’s auto-immune response—in other words, to slow down or reverse the body’s attack on itself. There is a broad range of autoimmune disorder available at length in the web and any medical books. I am not going…