The GAPS Introduction Diet introduces roast meats and grilling in stage 4. The first three stages of the GAPS Diet requires easy to digest foods and that is why the meats are soft and slow cooked in casseroles and soups. When the digestion system shows signs of improvement, people following the GAPS Introduction Diet can move on to harder to digest foods such as roast and grilling. If any sign of regression or discomfort is experienced, it is a sign to go back to the slower cooked meats for a little more time. This will be an individual process and is the very reason why people move through the Introduction Stages at different rates. This recipe is a delicious and easy meal to prepare and can be served with seasoned vegetables or salad with home made tzatziki or lemon wedges.
Select your choice of meat to grill. Suggestions: fish, lamb or goat cutlets or pure beef sausages. Adjust the quantities of meat required to match the appetite of those you are feeding.