Spices

Looking for ways to spice up your life on the AIP?

Check out these great resources on what to include, what to avoid, and how to spice things up .. AIP need not be boring!
You really don’t need to mourn the loss of black pepper and hot sauce – simply get creative with ingredients like fresh ginger (or very fresh ginger powder), fresh garlic, fresh radishes, fresh grated horseradish or wasabi powder!

Below are a couple of the best articles about spices and the AIP, but if you’re looking for some good herb and spice blends you can make at home, try searching our Facebook Group, there are lots of spice suggestions there as well! Try searching “spice” or “seasoning” or even #seasoningsaturday .. from time to time I do a bit of a running theme, so I try to use hashtags to make future searches easy-peasy! Look also for search terms like “condiment” “sauce” or “dip” or search for exactly what you’re looking for like “ketchup” “BBQ Sauce” and even “curry” – the inspiration is endless!

Even Better… You can grab your AIP compliant spices in our affiliate shop – click here to be taken to the seasoning page

Spices on the Autoimmune Protocol – a list of what’s in and what’s out from Dr. Ballantyne. If you want to understand the “whys” behind some of the eliminations, I will refer you to Dr. Sarah Ballantyne’s book, The Autoimmune Protocol, where you’ll find some interesting details.

Spices on the AIP  (this one links you to some products that you can find in our affiliate shop – grab your coupon here)

How to Find Flavor in AIP Spices – LOTS of amazing suggestions from Real Plans – the amazing meal planning app for the AIP!

For the most up-to-date list of AIP spices and foods and their order of reintroduction, my #1 recommendation will ALWAYS be Dr. Sarah Ballantyne’s The Autoimmune Protocol book, as it’s the most comprehensive I’ve seen. Grab your copy here or download a food list, just follow this link.