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The Birth of Helpgoat

Hello and welcome to Helpgoat. I will try to be brief in my blog posts – as I think we all spend too much time reading endless chatter on the internet and not enough time out in the real world.  We spend too much time comparing ourselves and our lives with the lives and personas… Continue reading The Birth of Helpgoat

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Paleo Easter Casserole – aka scalloped potatoes with bacon, prosciutto or ham (with sneaky cauliflower)- Gluten Free/ Dairy Free

So, I just made (and ate) this.  It was so delicious I had to post immediately before I forgot how I made it. Ingredients: Potatoes – about 7 medium sized Olive Oil Onions – I used 2 medium sized Cauliflower – I used 1 whole head Bacon, Prosciutto or Ham (I used Prosciutto as it… Continue reading Paleo Easter Casserole – aka scalloped potatoes with bacon, prosciutto or ham (with sneaky cauliflower)- Gluten Free/ Dairy Free

Recipes - GAPS, Paleo and SCD diet friendly · Side Dishes

Quick and Easy Macaroni and “Cheese” – Gluten Free/ Dairy Free/ GFCF/ Vegan Option/ Paleo, SCD, GAPs Option

Part of the idea of Helpgoat is to find a way to use social media to encourage helping each other in the real-world, with real-world social interaction.  We don’t want to keep people “engaged” as long as possible with our on-line content.  We want people to engage less with on-line content and get out in… Continue reading Quick and Easy Macaroni and “Cheese” – Gluten Free/ Dairy Free/ GFCF/ Vegan Option/ Paleo, SCD, GAPs Option

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Mashed Potatoes with Sneaky Cauliflower (Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, GFCF, kid-friendly)

Okay… full disclosure… I’m sure this recipe does not in any way compare to REAL mashed potatoes loaded with butter and cream.  However, if your family is like mine and has experience with “special diets”, taste buds become a little more forgiving.  We forget what real stuff tastes like, so to us this tastes delicious:)… Continue reading Mashed Potatoes with Sneaky Cauliflower (Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, GFCF, kid-friendly)

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Crunchy Chicken – aka Nut Coated Chicken – Kids and Adults LOVE it! (Paleo, GAPS, SCD, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

When my son was younger and we were following the full GAPs diet, I found myself giving catchy names to identify the various concoctions that had become our new staple foods.  We had spaghetti (which was really just bolognese sauce without any pasta), french toast bread (which was essentially a cake made out of egg… Continue reading Crunchy Chicken – aka Nut Coated Chicken – Kids and Adults LOVE it! (Paleo, GAPS, SCD, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

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Save the Planet with Soap Nuts

My mother was always a bit of a healthnut.  Growing up, our pantry was always bare.  My friends’ pantries were loaded with the store bought delights of the 80s.  They would have Twinkies, Ding-dongs, Little Debbies and Star Crunches.  I  would occasionally get the homemade chocolate chip or oatmeal cookie.  My friends would have their… Continue reading Save the Planet with Soap Nuts

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Veggie-Packed Bolognese Sauce

One thing I’m using this Blog for is to record, catalogue and share my favorite recipes.  “Spaghetti Sauce” (as we used to call it in my house growing up) is one of the first things I learned to make on my own as a kid.  I’ve made a few adjustments to the recipe over the… Continue reading Veggie-Packed Bolognese Sauce

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Why is it so Hard to ask for Help?

As I sit here wishing I had the ingredients that I need to make chicken soup for my son (who is home sick from school today and too sick to be carted off to the supermarket), I find myself thinking – wouldn’t it be great if I could ask someone to pick up a chicken… Continue reading Why is it so Hard to ask for Help?