Some recipes may also be vegan, vegetarian, raw, low sulfur, or candida approved.
Time to make: 10-15 minutes
Put mushrooms in a saute pan with some sea salt, black pepper, and a little bit of extra virgin olive oil (i.e., enough to cover, but not to saturate the mushrooms). Place on stove top medium-high heat or no.7. Stir every minute or so until mushrooms release their water (about 4 -5 minutes). Wait a minute and then add and stir in garlic. Wait another minute until garlic has become fragrant. Stir the mushrooms, turn the heat down to no.2 or near low, and place a lid on the pan. Let the mushrooms sit for a few more minutes. Remove lid, mushrooms should be much darker than when you first started. Remove from stove, add fresh parsley and correct seasoning.
Recipes for chronic Lyme and candida -- Gluten, dairy, and sugar free!
Part of healing from chronic Lyme disease -- or candida -- involves being conscious of one's diet. While there isn't much, if any, studies proving what the ideal diet for chronic Lyme is, the general consensus from Lyme physicians and boots on the ground is that a gluten free, dairy free, and sugar (processed) free diet works best.
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