When San Diego mother Susan Laughlin was seeking to shake the child weight after her son was born, she selected to comply with a Paleo food regimen. Tinkering with tasty alternate options to breadcrumbs, Laughlin created a mixture of nuts and seasonings to coat meals. The gluten-free mix labored so properly for rooster cutlets and as a crust for fish to maintain in moisture, two years in the past she launched Nut Crumbs, a mix of pecans, cashews, pistachios, almonds, herbs, and spices. The lineup is available in Authentic, Italian, Spicy, and Coconut Curry ($12.99 for eight ounces). The Italian has basil and garlic; the Spicy will get some warmth from crushed crimson pepper, cayenne, and chili powder; and coconut flakes and curry powder taste Coconut Curry. All add a scrumptious crunch to a dish. Strive sprinkling some over a casserole, mac and cheese, or on avocado toast. Use one for meatballs or stuffing. Accessible on-line at www.nutcrumbs.com.
ANN TRIEGER KURLAND