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It's zucchini time in the Northern hemisphere.

Zucchini is a thoroughly versatile vegetable. And one of the easiest to digest, making it an excellent choice for a gut-healing protocol.

So I asked AIP bloggers to send me their best AIP-friendly Zucchini (& summer squash) recipes.

Hot & Cold: From 12 different ways to eat 'Zoodles' to Zucchini Cheese with Zucchini Crackers, it's the ultimate summer squash round~up!

Zucchini Noodles

Zucchini Stovetop

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Zucchini Cheese & Crackers

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