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About Yenni

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  1. I am looking for info on how to do the SCD diet when one can't eat dairy or nuts. Looking for alternatives, books, just some general guidance I guess. I have been trying to look at different SCD pages but can't really find much... Would be great to talk to someone who is doing a "modified" SCD because of other food intolerances, like myself. (Also, is NuStevia OK with this diet?) (I joined the SCD official support group on yahoo. Maybe I can get some help there..)
  2. Happy birthday!

  3. Thanks!! I might give one of them a try to get some inspiration later. As is now I use oil instead of butter in recipes and coconut flour instead of nut flours. Not always working out but sometimes it does. And I try make stuff from Elaine's book so far only. Do you all get your yogurt makes locally or online? I haven't been able to find one locally so far. I am going to try coconut milk yogurt..
  4. Anyone got any of the SCD cookbooks from Digestive Wellness? I am very tempted to get one but every gluten free cook book I have gotten so far has more recipes that I can't eat than ones that I can. I can't do casein, soy, any grains, stone fruits, apples, carrots or nuts. If anyone has any of these books it would be great to hear if they would be any good for me... maybe a lot to ask, but I thought I'd try asking anyways.
  5. Oh, thanks! I had no idea there was a specific place to get stuff following this diet. Great.
  6. Does Elaine mention what type of Vanilla Exctrac to use specifically? I can't seem to find anything about it. I want to make the toffe candy in her book..
  7. I made som coconut flour muffins yesterday. Not so pretty, but they tasted good. Not sure why the image doesn't show up..
  8. I gained when I was sick eating gluten and lost when I stopped and got better.
  9. Coconut yogurt sounds good. Is the recipe in Elaine's book? I have read the text part in it (and I am very excited) but haven't looked through the whole gourmet section yet. Any recommendations on brands to use for Tomato Juice and coconut flour?
  10. Good to know. I am going to the dentist on Monday and I am nervous about it... I am going to make them check the polish.
  11. Good ideas. I'll look into it. Thanks! Coconut flour...I see possibilities in the horizon.. Mmm.. Deserts..
  12. I got my book yesterday (written by Elaine) and looking through it, well it looks very promising. I am allergic to nuts though and intolerant to casein, but it still had a bunch of new things to try. I have pretty much been eating this way for the last year without knowing it, so I don't think it will be too hard to follow for me... The hard part is when I feel peckish and crave snacks like popcorn.. And then maybe finding substitutes for the dairy. I am not sure if coconut milk would work.. Excited to start reading it though. Just a quick question, and probably a stupid one, green tea doesn't count as a herb tea right?
  13. I have been eating their "normal" sausages for a while and love them. The label say they are both gluten and dairy free. This Beef Knockwurst only says gluten free on it and the label has "flavorings" on it. Too late to call their costumer service now and I am starving with like nothing to eat.. I am desperate and hoping for luck. Maybe someone is awake..
  14. I gained weight when I was the sickest and have lost like 15-20 LB's since I started to feel better. I am now at the weight I was when I was 19 (110 lb's). I think this is where my body wants to be (I am only 5'3"). I do eat better in general too. Much better I guess I should say. Not that I ever ate that bad, but still.