Welcome to AIPooja!
My name is Pooja, and I am trying to keep my head above water while balancing disease, wellness, and graduate school. Continually learning and growing, with no end in sight. I hope you find something you can relate to here!
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I eat this roasted cabbage at least once a week. It’s currently my favorite vegetable and my favorite way to eat it. It’s so easy, comes together quickly, and the taste will completely blow you away. That crispy texture, the … Continue reading
Listen. LISTEN. I know that it’s freezing outside and tropical cocktails aren’t exactly what everyone is craving. But HEAR ME OUT. …I don’t care. Really though, sometimes when it’s cold outside I like to take myself to a warm, tropical … Continue reading
You all…I have something really disappointing to tell you. Back in July, when I took over the Autoimmune Wellness Instagram account for a week, I mentioned in one of the posts that I was going to be reunited with my … Continue reading
Kombucha has been on my bucket list to attempt for years, but I was always too intimidated by the process to actually go for it. Finally, I was pushed headfirst into the process and had to stop avoiding it when … Continue reading
For reasons I don’t fully understand, I’ve had ratatouille in the back of my mind to AIP-ify for quite some time. I know. I didn’t even have a go-to AIP “no-mato” sauce (tomato-free marinara), but I was determined to take … Continue reading
I first made these burgers 2 years ago when I was visiting my best friend Heather in Washington D.C. We knew we wanted to grill but weren’t sure just what, so we walked around the grocery store until inspiration struck … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I love the combination of sweet potatoes and guacamole. It’s basically my AIP-compliant peanut butter and jelly. Baked sweet potatoes with lazy guac. Sweet potato toast (sweet potatoast) with sliced or smashed avocado. Sweet potato fries … Continue reading
I recently started working at Provision Kitchen, which I am loving for a host of many reasons. I won’t go in to how wonderful the restaurant itself is and what our philosophy is at Provision Kitchen (click on the link … Continue reading