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Remember my rant about chicken breasts from last week?
I may have to retract some of it. After accidentally buying chicken breasts when I thought I was buying thighs, I was forced to give my least favorite cut of chicken another chance. Spoiler alert: it came out really well!
This baked chicken is really easy to make and stays moist thanks to a quick vinaigrette and a piece of parchment paper tucked around it when it cooks. It’s great for adding to salads, tossing with some zoodles, or just eating plain with a side of veggies. I tossed a couple of handfuls of greens with some extra sherry vinaigrette, sliced up half an avocado, and enjoyed my chicken in this simple salad.
Today I also wanted to let you all know about an awesome program called Paleo Rehab. Laura Schoenfeld of ancestralizeme.com and Kelsey Marksteiner of healthyguthealthylife.com, both registered dieticians, developed this comprehensive program to help people suffering from adrenal fatigue. (If you’re not familiar with adrenal fatigue, some of the symptoms are brain fog and persistent lack of energy. Check out the paleo rehab site to learn more!)
The program is on sale with a special bonus until May 4th–in addition to the videos, meal plans, and worksheets included in Paleo Rehab, you’ll get exclusive access to office hours with Laura and Kelsey twice a week. If you’re eating a paleo diet, getting enough sleep, and still feeling exhausted, this program could be perfect for you. (I’m a paleo rehab affiliate and also contributed one of my recipes to the program.)