Hi dear friend:
Also, as someone with osteoarthritis, I suffer from morning joint stiffness. Therefore I have adapted my already healthy diet as part of an early treatment to decrease pain and live a healthier life.
I also eat as clean as possible and avoid processed sugar, gluten, and dairy products to prevent inflammation.
I was on a candida diet and in general, I enjoy eating as clean as possible. Therefore, when I found this recipe in the Scandinavian magazine VEGO I decided to try it. I did a couple of changes and made it gluten-free, and voila. Here it is.
How to make gluten-free zucchini fritters:
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For this recipe you need a powerful food processor, this one is a great option. It might take a bit longer depending on the machine you use.
Try to choose organic ingredients for this sour cream recipe in order to benefit from more nutrients, enjoy better taste, avoid hormones, antibiotics and drugs in animal products. In addition, organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution.
Benefits of Zucchini
Enjoy your gluten-free zucchini fritters
You can serve them as a light lunch, as a snack or an appetizer!
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