Most homemade vegan Parmesan recipes contain high-FODMAP cashews and garlic and/or onion powder, and commercial products often contain high-fat ingredients, such as coconut oil, that's non-nutritive and difficult to digest.
I'm one of those unfortunate people who suffer from both IBS and migraine headaches. Although they are two different disorders, they have a lot of features in common, including enhanced sensitivity to pain, so it's not surprising that these two conditions often go hand in hand.
Mashed taters are comfort food at its best. They are delicious, satisfying, and soothe the digestive tract. But when you're not feeling well or just want something tasty and filling in a hurry, you may not have the time, energy, or motivation to peel and boil and mash from scratch.
Everyone loves easy, simple salad dressings because dressings are incredibly versatile. They can be used to top salads, of course, but they also add a satisfying jolt of flavor when they're drizzled over vegetables, grains, potatoes, and sweet potatoes.
Nothing beats the spectacular combo of chocolate and peanut butter. With these surprisingly wholesome bars, you get this amazing flavor atop a rich and delicious oat base. No baking involved!
The beauty of homemade vegan cookie dough for snacking is that it doesn't contain any eggs, so it should be safe to eat raw, right? Not necessarily.
Need an irresistible snack or welcome gift? Here you go! It's easy to create vegan candied pecans at home. This simple, no-bake version makes a scrumptious topping for any special fall or winter dish. Crumble the pecans over baked sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie, cooked grains, vegan yogurt, or salads.
This recipe can be a life-saver when you don't feel much like cooking. It's simple to pull together with very little effort and gives everything it's added to a boost of flavor and protein. It's ideal to add to one-bowl dishes, such as the Bliss Bowls in Low-FODMAP and Vegan, and makes a great sandwich filling too.
This easy rice dish is a little bit sweet, a little bit savory. Infused with tropical flavors, it makes a terrific main dish or side dish.
Homemade low-FODMAP vegan yogurt is easy to make and inexpensive. Once you make your own, you may never buy commercial yogurt again!
Whether you have constipation-predominant irritable bowel syndrome (IBS-D) or suffer from IBS with diarrhea, drinking enough fluids is essential to improving bowel health and function. But not all fluids are the same.
Planning a party? A potluck? A picnic? A simple gathering? It can be a challenge to come up with something savory to serve that's different, fun, enticing, and low in FODMAPs. If you're up for some culinary excitement and kitchen fun, this recipe is for you!
Frozen ripe bananas make thick, tasty smoothies, but they can also trigger symptoms in people with IBS. Is it possible to make an equally thick and creamy vegan smoothie without ripe bananas?
Casa de Sante makes all-natural vegan, gluten-free, certified low-FODMAP foods. Inspired by the holistic teachings of Ayurveda, traditional Chinese medicine, and other herbal traditions, they offer some spectacularly unique seasoning mixes, salad dressings, and savory granolas that will knock your socks off.
This eye-catching low-FODMAP relish features popular seasonal ingredients and flavors. It's sure to become a festive tradition on your holiday table. It's perfect for gift giving too.