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Pile these slow cooker pulled chicken sandwiches sky-high with coleslaw, radishes, tomatoes, sour cream or hot sauce – we love eating them open-faced with a knife and fork, but you can also serve them as a regular sandwich. Alternatively, skip the buns entirely and make a Mexican-style bowl by spooning the pulled chicken over brown rice and adding your favorite toppings. If you can’t find fresh Anaheim chiles, broil the tomatillos as directed and add a 16-ounce BPA-free can or jar of diced roasted green chiles to the blender in Step 3.
This super yummy coconut yogurt is a really simple way to get good dairy-free fats and healthy probiotics into your diet. Celebrity chef Pete Evans makes this once or twice a week and uses it in smoothies, sprinkled on top of paleo muesli or eats it straight out of the jar.