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I've been eating carrot stick, celery, peapods, hummus, chicken, bananas, and chicken, since this started....

This may not be the right place to post , but I just found nirvana!!!

 

A BODACIOUS Gluten free short bread cookie at Winco, Lady at front of store was so helpful and sent me there. I was so excited (don't eat cookies, etc) I went back to show her... she was soooo happy for me. The brand is Seattle Shortbread!

 

and

 

a frozen dinner Michael Angelos Chicken and Mushroom Risotto frozen dinner. OMG YUM!!

 

of course, I am not suppose to have cheese and will proly pay for this, but tonight, it is worth it. I gave up sooo much- no Gluten, soy, dairy, eggs....

 

wow this is so good if you haven't tried it!!! and my house smells so good I am drooling!!! <G<

 

 

So forget the sugar!

TELL ME your favorite recipes with mushrooms, onions, ground turkey/chicken, zucchini, corn, whatever you love! I love most veggies and most fruits. Like meats I can get at groc store...

 

I LOVE mexican, stir fry, soup, stews, crock pot,  one pan add it all in....

i can find subs for what i need to avoid, although soy is a big problem....

 

 

Love to hear it, thanks!

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I like to make pasta with mushrooms, zuchinni, and sometimes yellow squash sauteed, tossed with a little cooked pasta and Parmesan cheese.  I will reserve the pasta water and add a little in to make a little sauce.  Sometimes I add meat in the form of cooked ground turkey, cut up chicken, or italian sausage.

 

I also like to sautee cubed sweet potato with kale and add in grilled chicken chunks.  Really good.

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LauraTX - that sounds good. I usually cook the whole bag of chicken at once and freeze it - have to try your recipe...

 

Ipellegr - Thank you for the link! I've already book marked several recipes to try. I love the ease of throwing it all in the pot and having it be done later!

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