A Low FODMAP Memorial Day BBQ
A Low FODMAP Memorial Day BBQ

Memorial Day originally known as Decoration Day began after the American Civil War as a way to commemorate the fallen soldiers. In the 19th century, the day became known as Memorial Day and after World War I, the day honored all who died in American wars. In 1971 it became a federal holiday and was established to take place on the last Monday of every May. Check out this short video by the History Channel for more on the history of Memorial Day.

Memorial Day has also become the unofficial start of summer and folks celebrate with barbecues and parties over the long weekend. It can be a fun time with your family and friends, unless the only thing you can find to eat is a bun-less burger. To make sure there is fun for all, I compiled a list of low FODMAP recipes that everyone will love, even if they do not have IBS or Fructose Malabsorption. In the comment section, feel free to share other low
FODMAP recipes.

Appetizers:

Sides:

Main Dishes:

Desserts:

Photo taken by Stephanie McCabe on Unsplash

Happy Memorial Day & Happy Start of Summer

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