This is a really simple salad that’s perfect for summer evenings or as a quick and easy side dish for dinner. The combination of tomatoes and cheese mean that this is a recipe for later in the diet (at least not the initial stages). Or you can use it as a side dish and pair it with some healthy protein to balance out the meal.
Why do we use goat’s milk mozzarella for this recipe? Goat’s milk is easy to digest, has lower lactose levels than regular cheese, and contains caprylic acid (an antifungal which can help to beat your Candida). Introducing antifungal foods and probiotic foods into your diet is a healthy, tasty way to restore optimal gut health and beat gut-related conditions like Candida.
- 10 cherry tomatoes
- 10 pieces goat mozzarella
- 1 Tbsp. live oil
- Fresh basil leaves
- Halve the cherry tomatoes and mix with the mozzarella and basil leaves.
- Drizzle with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
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