Killer Meat Sauce (SCD, Paleo, GAPS, Meat)

So there is a story behind the title of this one...

The other day in clinic we had a little boy coming in for a wheat food challenge and the bread they brought in for him to eat was called "Killer Bread." No joke. One of my staff made the comment that "I don't think I would be feeding my kids Killer Bread. Maybe if they had called it "Life Sustaining Bread" or something. Which then sparked a debate about the legality of actually claiming such a thing on a product...

So yes the Killer Bread (which if you believe that grains are detrimental to health then you will agree with me when I say that name is very appropriate) is the inspiration for the name of this recipe.

And of course there is no bread or grains of any kind involved.

I don't know about you, but I grew up eating spaghetti. This was one meal that my mom never had to convince us to eat. Now spaghetti is a little different without the noodles of course, but zucchini noodles make a reasonable, grain free, alternative.

Now I have to warn you that there is a lot of chopping involved in this recipe so give yourself some time!

Now you may have a few questions.

Olives? Yep olives. Trust me they are GOOD in spaghetti! And for those of you who don't like olives, well first of all, what is wrong with you? But second, don't knock them until you try them in this sauce! If you still hate them then I have no words. 

And yes I cook the meat in the same pot that I cook the sauce. This way you keep the flavour from the meat fat! Some of you may still be scared of eating too much fat. Now when fats have been linked to atheroscerosis and heart disease, it has been milk fat that has consistently shown this link. Hunter gatherer societies that exist today obtain the majority of their protein from animal fats and they have much lower rates of heart disease and ill health. I promise to write a post discussing just this issue in the future... but for now you will just have to take my word for it! 

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Killer Meat Sauce Recipe


1 package grassfed ground beef (buy here)

1-2 TBSP fat of choice (bacon fat, olive oil or butter/ghee all would be fine)

4 sausages of choice (pork or chicken are both fine) (buy here

8 medium sized tomatoes, diced  (I like on the vine myself, but field or any other type will also do)

1 medium onion, diced (or sub 1 green onion) 

1 package chopped mushrooms

1 green bell pepper, diced

1 yellow bell pepper, diced

2 cloves garlic, crushed

1 TBSP Italian Seasoning (This brand is SCD legal)  

1 TBSP dried basil  (I use this kind

Sea salt and pepper to taste 

1 can green olives (make sure the ingredients are SCD friendly if this is an issue)

1 can black olives 



1. Place a large pot on the stove on medium heat. Add the fat and allow to melt. 

2. Add ground beef and start cooking

3. Remove sausages from casings and add the meat to the ground beef

4. Cook until the ground beef is no longer pink

5. While the meat is cooking dice your tomatoes and add to the pot once the beef is cooked

6. Allow meat and tomatoes to simmer together for a few minutes, until tomatoes start to break apart

7. While tomatoes are cooking chop your onion and add to pot once tomatoes are ready, stir well

8. Cook the sauce for a few more minutes (onion should start to go clear)

9. Add the chopped mushrooms and stir well 

10. Chop both your bell peppers and once mushrooms are slightly cooked add to pot and stir well 

11. Add the seasonings and garlic to pot and stir well. Let the sauce simmer for about 15 minutes

12. Add the olives and let simmer for another 10-15 minutes, or until sauce is desired thickness.

13. Serve and enjoy!

** Note: This goes well with zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash.  

** Note: This recipe takes about an hour to make from start to finish so make sure you leave enough time!

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