Some recipes may also be vegan, vegetarian, raw, low sulfur, or candida approved.
Time to make: 1 hour
Preheat oven to 450°F (230°C). Line a standard sized baking tray with aluminum foil and grease it with some olive oil to prevent sticking. To cut the potatoes into wedges, first cut the potato in half lengthwise. Now take one half, place it on its awkward side -- hold it steady -- and slice lengthwise again. Then simply cut each of the 4 pieces you'll get from 1 potato into 3 wedges. Add your potato wedges to a big mixing bowl and add the olive oil, ground turmeric, sea salt, and black pepper. Use your hands and mix everything until yellow covers every corner of every potato wedge. Now dump the potato wedges onto the baking tray and disperse them evenly. It's okay if some are on top of each other -- just make sure the wedges are level. Sprinkle a little more salt and pepper over the potato wedges. Once the oven is ready, place the wedges in the oven and set your time for 50 minutes. After 50 minutes, remove from the oven, let the potato wedges sit for about 5 minutes, and then use a spatula to remove the potato wedges from the baking tray.
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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