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Strawberry_Jam

Member Since 26 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 23 2014 05:50 AM
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In Topic: No-Cooking Celiac Options?

22 October 2014 - 08:54 AM

I got some spinach in the store that came with almonds and dried blueberries and that's good stuff

 

idk why I never thought to put sunflower seed butter on apples, what a good idea (I need to get some of that now)

 

I like snow peas ok and sugar snap peas a lot


In Topic: No-Cooking Celiac Options?

21 October 2014 - 04:25 PM

If you know anyone with a Costco membership - I have found almond butter there in a bigger jar for the cost of a jar half that size.

 

Also, a crockpot is about $17-20 at Walmart or Target.  And I got my son a good microwave for about $60 at Walmart.  So, something to save up for or ask for for Christmas?  These 2 items would open up a whole lot of super easy cooking options for you.

 

I think seeing the doctor sounds like a good idea.  

 

I can afford a microwave, I just have nowhere to put it, space-wise. I had to choose between a microwave or a toaster oven, and I like the toaster oven better...


In Topic: No-Cooking Celiac Options?

21 October 2014 - 06:12 AM

if I can make it another two weeks, I have a psychiatrist appointment, and seeing as I've had this same problem on and off since 2008, it's probably time to try medication.

 

good idea about the mini bell peppers, I like peppers, and there's gluten free hummus everywhere around here.

 

I was avoiding peanuts but I can get my butt to whole foods and get some sunflower seed and almond butter eventually. I eat that stuff on the, what is it, the lundberg brand rice cakes.

 

@SMRI -- I do have a toaster oven I bake chicken in, I didn't think to add veg with the chicken at the same time. I can totally do that. if you cook chicken from frozen how much longer do you put it in for?


In Topic: No-Cooking Celiac Options?

19 October 2014 - 01:47 PM

some of that stuff is too much work. sometimes, either I can pull it out of the package and eat it, or I don't eat.

 

obviously when I feel well I cook huge batches of things but the problem is getting worse, not better.


In Topic: No-Cooking Celiac Options?

18 October 2014 - 09:21 PM

eggs are pretty cheap. nuts, not so much. I have trouble with fats but I'll keep buying them for snacking on in the office.

 

crock pot, don't have it but have been meaning to get one. I guess if I get the little potatoes I don't have to chop them up even.

 

I do have some frozen veg I could just cook in a pot I guess. I'm having trouble with the motivation to eat in general but I do like peas. peas are good for you, right?