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Autoimmune Protocol Meatloaf

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  1. This looks really good! Oddly, I miss meatloaf. With no tomatoes, bread crumbs, or eggs, I struggled to figure out how to make this again. Can’t wait to try this version. Thank you also for mentioned the website you adapted the recipe from. I’m not familiar with it, but will enjoy exploring it for new info and recipes. :-)

    • Honestly I had not even thought to make it until I was browsing Whitney’s site, but I have to say that it is an awesome departure from meat patties all the time! I love her site and especially her facebook page – lots of inspiration and tough love from someone who has an incredible story. :)

  2. I love meatloaf made this way. I leave out the eggs and just use grated veggies including mushrooms. I sautéed them with the onions and garlic for the earthy taste. I want to try the cauliflaower rice next to see if my hubby can tell whats in them
    I’m still searching for my favorite mix of herbs so I’m going through all of them. Also I’ve been making meatballs out of the same recipe we just thawed a bag or them tonight for a quick dinner with salad and biscuits made with almond meal. Yum.
    Thanks for the recipes.

  3. This turned out wonderful, even without the onion, garlic and eggs! I also froze pieces for lunch, which kept me so full I often was still stuffed by dinner. Thank you!

    I was wondering if you have a hard time rotating your foods on the AIP protocol? Do you think rotating foods is all that important? Would it be truly terrible to eat, for instance, squash everyday? I’d love to know what you think or any words of advice.

    Take care!
    Melanie

    • Melanie,
      I am so happy it worked out for you! I don’t do a lot of formal food rotation, but I don’t like to eat the same things over and over. I eat a lot of in season veggies, for instance more squash in the winter and fruit in the summer. I try not to eat the same meats every day, so I throw in more exotic stuff like duck, lamb or different types of fish to switch things up.

      Mickey

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