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Substitutes: I Eat A Larger Variety Than Ever Before.

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Substitues for:

Grains: Buckwheat, almond flour, coconut flour, bean flours. Arrowroot starch, Potato flour, Guar gum (Great for thickening)amaranth

Dairy: Rice milk, coconut milk, almond milk, hazlenut milk, bean milk, peanut milk

Night shades: Fennel bulb, burdock root, I have been using mango for tomato sauce. How to make mango sauce. *Skin the Mango. Place in blender press blender. It is a perfect consistency.

Grain free granola: You can make it with nuts

Cereal: Pancakes, wraps, muffins, and pies made with allowed subs.

Eggs: I have heard Quail eggs have a different protein and might work.

Cheese: Almond cheese, soy cheese, eggs

Maybe someone can add to this, it is only a start.


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Although I do not avoid nightshades, canned or freshly cooked pumpkin makes an excellent sauce ingredient in soups and stews.

With sweetener, it can be made into really good pudding or pies with coconut milk.


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