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Fody’s Greek-Inspired Low FODMAP Chicken
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Fody Foods

Pure proteins, like skinless chicken breast, are naturally Low FODMAP (as FODMAPs are carbohydrates). When we create Low FODMAP chicken recipes, we just have to keep track of what else goes into the dish. Lucky for us these Greek-inspired flavors of olive oil, lemon, feta, dill – and garlic – are Low FODMAP! That’s right. Fody Garlic-Infused Olive Oil brings just the right flavor to this dish, which is much easier to make than it looks. Looks fancy, doesn’t it? Just read through the recipe and you will see that you can whip this up as an easy weeknight meal; it also makes a great dish for entertaining, even for those who are not on the Low FODMAP diet.

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Fody’s Low FODMAP Shrimp Risotto
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Fody Foods

Risotto seems to be one of those dishes that folks order in restaurants because they think it is too hard to make at home. Not so! AND, we will show you how to make one that is low FODMAP. Our low FODMAP risotto recipe features Fody Vegetable or Chicken Soup Base and Fody Garlic-Infused Olive Oil – and plump shrimp. The shrimp should be peeled and cleaned, but you can leave the tail on, if you like.

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