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Member Since 07 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Oct 21 2013 07:54 AM

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In Topic: Now Why The Heck Would We Do That?

20 October 2013 - 01:58 PM

Hahahaha these are hilarious!

In Topic: What Do You Eat?

12 September 2013 - 09:33 AM

Now my question is...


What herbs/spices do you use?


I have found I'm okay with nutmeg, anise, and cinnamon, but in minimal amounts... (Especially the anise and cinnamon).  I can't use peppers of any sort, and no mint.  The onion and garlic powders are VERY limited for me.  And like I said in the OP I can't do rosemary at all.

In Topic: What Do You Eat?

12 September 2013 - 09:30 AM

Ooh that's really easy!!!!!  (And ugh... the peel is NOT pleasant.)  Now I just have to figure out where my cuisinart went... I KNOW I have one... but I can't find it... I tried to make nomato sauce the other day and had to use the magic bullet we have (which by the way needs to be tossed its SOOOOOO broken)

In Topic: What Do You Eat?

23 August 2013 - 09:34 AM

I have a more difficult time when I get off track. It's like my mind gets disorganized and I can't get it together. When I am on track it's fine. For tacos, I season my meat with cumin, oregano and garlic. I add guacamole (lime, avocado, cumin, garlic powder) and I don't miss the tomatoes. Noodles I use butter or olive oil with garlic and occasionally add some parmesan as dairy isn't great for me either.


No sauce on your noodles?  See that's my problem, I've always had this problem where I must have my food with a LOT of flavor, I hate blan food.


I don't have all of the same problems that you do but yesterday I ate spaghetti with a little Nucoa and parsley on it.  Can you eat Daiya cheese?  A little of that melted on would be good too.


I eat a lot of beans.  A common meal for me is bean tacos.  The beans don't have to be spicy. You can cook pintos or black beans, drain and mash.  Add a little olive oil for a good mouth feel.  Salt is good if you can have that.  Or you can use plain canned beans, drained and mashed if you find that the refried are too spicy for you.  You can also use plain ground beef or chicken in a taco shell or in a gluten-free tortilla.


Can you have salsa verde?  It's made with tomatillos.  I did make it once.  Can't remember if I put onions in there or not.

I haven't had salsa verde since trying to cleanse my system.  Haven't read anything about it in relation to esophagitis.  I don't know if I could though cause its pretty acidic.  


And what's nucoa?  Haven't tried Daiya cheese, but I have some vegan Mozza cheese.

That's a good idea with the beans.  (I have a ton in my cupboard now lol)


I have had tacos with:



olive oil


kidney beans


Diced mango


My pizza has:


nut crust

mango sauce

eggs with meat relish


I am looking forward to getting spices back soon, but things have been good to eat even without them.


They were delicious.


Ooh do you make the nut crust yourself and how do you make the mango sauce?  That sounds HEAVENLY.

In Topic: We Need To Start A Thread On Stupid Stuff Doctors Say!

13 August 2013 - 04:21 PM

      When asking if there was a test to see if I was lactose intolerant the physicians assistant's nurse could hardly tell me the response from the physician's assistant with a straight face. She said to tell you to drink a quart of milk and see what happens. :) I immediately said I am not going to do that!

       I haven't actually got much help from the doctors unfortunately.



That's ridiculous!

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