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Food-Friendly Reds for Valentine’s Day

Food-Friendly Reds for Valentine’s Day

European wines have a heritage of lean structures and crisp finishes, making them worth your while to try on Valentine’s Day

Kristen Hom

Valentine’s Day is for lovers — lovers of wine, that is. Traditionally, the red wines that will snuggle up best to what’s on you and your partner’s plates come from the Old World: the vineyards of Europe.

There is a danger in over-simplifying the differences between wines from Europe and those from newer wine-producing areas, of course, but the historical background is that, for a variety of reasons, Europeans have grown up on wines that are lean, savory with lots of acidity.

Although there are exceptions on both sides, wines from Europe’s former colonies tend to be riper and more fruit-forward — still table wines, but made less to stimulate our desire to eat something than as something pleasurable to sip on by themselves. Europeans drink bitters; everyone else grew up on Coke.

That doesn’t mean that every European red is food-perfect. Some challenge us by being so lean and bitter that they can detract from food rather than complement it. But here are 15 from various countries in Europe — mainly France, Italy, and Spain — that you might fall in love with.

Food-Friendly Reds for Valentine’s Day

Kristen Hom

Valentine’s Day is for lovers — lovers of wine, that is. But here are 15 from various countries in Europe — mainly France, Italy, and Spain — that you might fall in love with.

Vignerons de Saumur Saumur Reserve 2014 ($13)

Château Lamartine Prestige Cahors 2012 ($15)

M. Chapoutier Bila Haut Côtes du Roussillon Villages 2014 ($15)

Aphros Vinho Verde Vinhão Tinto 2012 ($16)

We don’t get many red vinho verde wines in this country (yes, the region does produce reds, and also rosés,, but more white), and this one from the indigenous vinhão grape is light, tart, and spicy with almost strawberry flavors.

Boroli Quattro Fratelli Barbera d’Asti 2013 ($16)

Very satisfying with dark cherry flavors with some cream up front changing to a lean, tightly wound finish.

Cepa 21 Hito Ribera del Duero 2014 ($16)

Château de Villeneuve Saumur-Champigny 2011 ($17)

Champigny” is a quality, not geographic, indication, and the flavors here are of almost a grape-soda fruitiness with some gaminess and with lean acidity.

Domaine de l’Enchantoir Le Pied à L’Etrier Saumur - Puy Notre Dame 2013 ($17)

The Saumur Puy Notre appellation is new, since 2009, but the grape is the Loire standby red, cabernet franc, and this one is a very nice and complex representative of the region with medium cherry flavors, some gaminess, and some savory notes.

La Emperatriz Rioja Crianza 2010 ($17)

Marchesi di Gresy Martinenga Langhe 2014 ($22)

This nebbiolo is a little gamey with tangy, minerally, metallic flavors — at once tight and lean, yet also somewhat generous.

Marchesi di Gresy Monte Aribaldo Dolcetto d’Alba 2012 ($22)

Spritzy and lively red and purple fruitiness with a lean, spicy, peppery, bitters finish.

Crocus L’Atelier Malbec de Cahors 2012 ($23)

Paul Hobbs learned about malbec in Argentina, so it isn’t surprising that he’s followed that thread back to France. Great structure, but not very complex or generous — dark berry flavors with sharp herbal flavors.

Parparoussis Oenofilos Achaia Red Wine ($25)

A blend of cabernet sauvignon and native mavrodaphne, the wine has rounded cherry flavors, some savory dried wood notes, and good balance — a very good selection.

Marchesi di Gresy Barbera d’Asti 2013 ($27)

Avignonesi Grifi 2011 ($61)


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


30 Acid Reflux-Friendly Fall Lunch and Dinner Recipes

Acid reflux-friendly fall lunch and dinner recipes make it easy to eat seasonally without worrying about triggering GERD symptoms.

As an acid reflux suffer, you&rsquore all too familiar with the struggle to find recipes that don&rsquot trigger your symptoms. The vast majority of lunch and dinner recipes online contain garlic, onions, and/or lemon. Fall recipes are no exception.

I&rsquove taken the guesswork out for you and rounded up 30 delicious autumn acid reflux-friendly recipes. Some recipes are better suited to lunch or dinner, and many are ideal for both meals. You&rsquore sure to find at least a few new dishes that appeal to you and your family.

I&rsquove done my best to share easy recipes with simple ingredient lists and straightforward prep processes. Recipes that are more time-intensive or require longer cooking times, such as slow cooker dishes, still aren&rsquot hard. Always take the time to read the recipe in full before starting preparation, so you don&rsquot have any surprises in preparation time or realize that you&rsquore missing key ingredients.

I know that not everyone searching for acid reflux-friendly fall recipes is looking for a complete resource about acid reflux diets. If you are interested in additional GERD symptom resources, I urge you to check out my acid reflux-friendly breakfast and dinner posts. In addition to an extensive range of recipes, I cover the best and worst foods for acid reflux, general tips for eating with acid reflux, and key lifestyle changes that will significantly reduce symptoms. I also provide a FREE printable acid reflux foods reference sheet.

[Disclaimer: I am not a physician. I&rsquom a life-long acid reflux sufferer who has been treating symptoms actively through medication, diet, and lifestyle modifications my entire adult life. The acid reflux advice I offer here is based off of my personal experience with the condition as well as research specific to the GERD topics I cover on this blog. If you have any questions or concerns about your acid reflux diet or any other component of your GERD treatment, please consult your physician.]

Note: Quite a few of the recipes I share here are vegetarian, which is not on purpose. Many of them taste great as is. They can also easily be filled out with chicken, pork, turkey, or shrimp. Additionally, you can bulk them up as vegetarian entrees, as opposed to side dishes, with tofu and raw or roasted veggies.

Second note: It is all but impossible to avoid lunch and dinner recipes with garlic powder and onion powder. I&rsquove worked very hard to avoid recipes with garlic and onion. But you&rsquoll still find garlic powder and onion powder occasionally. Feel free to omit them as needed or swap in a more acid reflux-friendly alternative to provide flavor, such as Mrs. Dash or season salt.


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