Are you in on the September Whole30? Planning to do a Whole30? Just need an easy dinner? If any of the above apply to you, then read on, my friend.
We've been preparing for this HUGE group September Whole30 to celebrate the launch of Melissa Hartwig's new book, Food Freedom Forever, which just so happens to be released righhhhht around day 30 of this September Whole30..... Smart, they are.
Whether you're new to Whole30, or an old pro, you know that the Whole30 program has changed thousands and thousands of lives, by introducing so many people to real, whole foods. We're proud to be a Whole30 Approved Partner, and to offer a plethora of Whole30 compliant foods and kits here at Barefoot. If you've never done a Whole30, you can start at any time. Head here to get started.
In preparing for this Whole30, we've been cooking all kinds of yummy things to share because we know that sometimes figuring out exactly what to eat, without getting bored, can be a challenge. This quick meal requires minimal prep, very little hands on cooking time, and delivers a super simple, yet insanely flavorful and nutritional meal, perfect for your Whole30.
For this dish, we're using Whole30 Approved Farmhouse Culture's Smoked Jalepeno Kraut. Farmhouse Culture makes a variety of Whole30 Approved products that are full of organic probiotic rich foods & beverages, like probiotic gut shots and krauts, that are full of nutrients and add a zesty flavor to your meals. Why are probiotic rich foods so good for you? "Probiotics are live microorganisms that may be able to help prevent and treat some illnesses. Promoting a healthy digestive tract and a healthy immune system are their most widely studied benefits at this time. These are also commonly known as friendly, good, or healthy bacteria." - see more on probiotics here.
2 medium sizes sweet potatoes, or potato of your choice
Farmhouse Culture (or Whole30 complaint) kraut
Nut blend from our Whole30 Collection (CB's, Living Intentions, Pili Nuts, to name a few!)
Coat your clean potato in olive oil, sprinkle with salt, and poke with a fork, then bake at 350 for about an hour, until softened.
Slice open and let cool while you cook the sausages, sliced into small rounds, on the stove top.
Top the potato with a heap of kraut, then with sausages, before finishing with a sprinkle of the nuts and fresh cilantro.
Serve with some fresh greens drizzled in your favorite olive oil and lemon juice for a perfect meal.
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