Bibimbap is a dish that is easy to make without the rice, which makes it ideal for folks who are dealing with a variety of issues that make grains a trigger food.

Serves 2-4


Meat of choice, cut into small chunks

1-2 bunches spinach, arugula, swiss chard, or kale

1.5 C sliced mushrooms

2-3 bunches thinly sliced green onion

5-6 thinly sliced carrots






sesame oil


Sautee carrots, green onion, and mushrooms, mixed with a pinch of salt, in sesame oil over high heat. If using chicken, add this in at the same time as the veggies. If using red meat, add this, along with some more oil, when the veggies are soft and somewhat browned. Once the meat has cooked, add the greens and a splash of water, stir until the greens are wilted. Kale and Chard will take longer than spinach or arugula.

Remove from heat and set aside. Fry one egg per person eating the meal. Put the veggies and meat in a bowl, top generously with kimchi, and top with a fried egg. Add tamari and sriracha to taste.