If cooking with coconut oil or liquid aminos for the first time, you might be interested to know that while high in saturated fat, the saturated fat in coconut oil is comprised of medium-chain fatty acids that can raise good cholesterol levels and are easily handled by the body. As for liquid aminos, they look and taste much like soy sauce and are naturally vegan and gluten-free.
by Bailey Zygutis, Nutritionist, Vitruvian Fitness
- 2 tbs Coconut oil
- 1 lb Ground beef
- 1 Red pepper
- 1 Yellow onion
- 2 tbs Liquid aminos
- Pink salt
- Black pepper
- In large saucepan, add 1 tablespoon coconut oil, diced peppers and onions. Salt generously and cover with lid. Cook until soft, and remove.
- Add another tablespoon coconut oil to brown ground beef. When beef is near complete (most beef is brown), add back pepper and onions along with 2 tablespoons liquid aminos. Fold together and let simmer 1-2 minutes before serving!
- Can be served with rice or used as the protein in many other dishes!
Look for next month’s dish as an example use of leftovers!
Serves 4 | Prep Time 30 min
Food for Thought
Peppers are a powerful source of polyphenols, which are potent antioxidants that help protect our internal health in a myriad of ways, including immune-boosting and toxin-removal.