I have been trying to eat more greens as well as more sulfur-containing foods like broccoli. I’ve also been slowly developing recipes that fit the migraine diet, which limits onions, soy, and other ingredients in my other Swiss chard recipe. This new combination, especially with the seeds, adds a lovely, caramelized flavor to the greens, and the three types of oils make it luscious and rich. Even if you think you hate greens, you might like this recipe. The only sodium is that which naturally occurs in the greens, but it’s also super-high in potassium, which helps balance your electrolytes. For people with Meniere’s Disease, it’s very important to eat foods high in potassium.
vegan, gluten-free, reduced-sugar, low-sodium, migraine, paleo diets