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Member Since 28 Jan 2008
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In Topic: Dry Curd Cottage Cheese

05 March 2010 - 06:58 PM

I think if you take regular large curd cottage cheese and put it in a strainer over a bowl overnight, refrigerated and covered of course, that would allow much of the liquid to drain and then it could be used.

Thank you!
I think I will give this a try.

In Topic: Dry Curd Cottage Cheese

03 March 2010 - 12:58 PM

I found this link: http://www.scdiet.or...rd_sources.html

Also says you can sub farmer cheese.

hope that helps!

Thank you for the link. I made a note in my phone on what it may also be referred to as so when Im at the store I have the notes with me.
Thanks again

In Topic: Newbie Here - Looking For Lunch Menu Ideas

01 January 2010 - 11:00 AM

If you/he can do corn then Corn Tortillas are really helpfull (when I used them a lot I got the White Corn not Yellow). They work better if you heat them up some (I used a small pan on the stove) then make you lunch with them if you don't they tend to crack/break. I did cheese, meat, different seeds or nuts and carrots (those matchstick ones in the bag). I just fold it like a taco instead of a wrap and put it in a plastic container. Can do peanut butter/jelly pretty much anything you'd do on bread.

*Hormel Natural Choice -- Packaged deli meat labeled gluten free
*Castle Wood Reserve deli meat is also labled gluten free (I have only seen it at Sam's Club)
*John Soules Foods has bagged meat (chicken, beef) that is labeled gluten free (Seen at WalMart and Sam's Club). I've warmed it up and put in salads or with rice and cheese.
*Canned Chicken (I get the Sam's Club brand) I use cottage cheese though instead of mayo
*Rice (Uncle Ben's has some that are labeled gluten free and Minute Rice) -- can make ahead of time and eat cold with something else
*Pudding Cups
*String Cheese

I know you said no salads... but I didn't really care for them that much but you learn to like the things that you "can" eat :D A salad dressing I found that I like is Lite House brand Homestyle Ranch. I add carrots, seeds/nuts, meat even rice pretty much anything that mixes in so its not "just" salad... even corn chips (I use mission) I break some up in the salad sometimes if I need something else in it.

Dinner Leftovers are ALWAYS good =)
A lot are good cold so no need to use the microwave. An easy dinner that I found recently is Lasagna using De Boles noodles they make a Lasagna Noodle that you don't have to cook ahead of time just make it up and it cooks in the oven. I made one last week and it was good cold or heated up.

Good Luck

In Topic: Gluten Free Flour At Costco?

01 January 2010 - 10:26 AM

I don't have a Costco near me in AZ but my mom in Southern CA said that she has seen a couple Gluten Free things. One of the things she told me was Bob's Red Mill Quinoa. My SIL goes to the same Costco and said that that carry Organic Chicken.

I think it all depends on the Costco's location and what people are asking for in that area.

In Topic: Pizza Place For Supper - Never Doing That Again !

01 January 2010 - 10:19 AM

So sorry about the experience. Hope you get to feeling better soon and can enjoy some of your trip before it is done.

It makes you wonder sometimes what the person is thinking when they suggest somewhere that is surrounded by gluten and they are even related to you.
Personally I don't know what I would have done since you were gone on a trip... I know if it were a situation local to home I would have probably stayed home or gone for a short period of time and see how it went (I always eat ahead of time and bring something small in my bag).
Ha even going to Sam's Club with my husband and parents they always feel bad getting a hot dog or pizza and I tell them its fine... One of the last times I had to sit at the table next to them b/c the smell was really strong and I started to feel sick which was odd for me.

Hope you were able to enjoy the rest of your trip.

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