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Member Since 26 Aug 2011
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In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

18 March 2013 - 09:38 PM

Chicken and artichoke hearts with feta cheese and Greek peppers.

1/4 extra virgin olive oil
1 1/2 tbsp butter
3 anchovies
5 cloves of garlic
1 lemon for zesting
1 14 oz can quartered artichoke hearts
1 lb chicken (tenderloin strips) cubed

Olive oil and butter in small sauce pan with anchovies over med-low heat. As butter melts mash anchovies with wood spoon until a paste. Once oil begins to bubble, remove from heat and add garlic (finely chopped or crushed) and lemon zest.

Set oven to broil.

Combine chicken and artichokes in rimmed baking pan, adding seasalt and pepper to taste. Drizzle oil over chicken. Mix well. Place in oven and stir occasionally. Chicken should be done in 15 to 20.

Serve in a bowl (over gluten-free pasta might be nice) with feta chease and peppers.

Serves 2

PS - Never use your phone to post recipies... silly text prediction

In Topic: If It Isn't Just Gluten, What Is It?

04 October 2012 - 07:54 AM

Are you still experiencing gum infections and loss of bone density in my teeth, constant rashes and allergic reactions, sleeping 12+ hours a night, foggy mind, sores in the corner of my mouth, depression and anxiety, sciatic pains, dry skin, poor circulation, hair loss and weak nails? Or have these symptoms started to show improvement?

Something to consider if you have only improved in some area is eliminating Sodium Laure Sulfate (SLS) from your environment. It is in a lot of stuff and will overwork your immune system (check tooth paste, hand soap, shampoo, bubble bath, and even some prescriptions). This may help with dry skin, the sores in your mouth, increase the strength of your hair (maybe nails, not sure) and decrease the overall inflammation level of your body and help decrease fatigue.

Insofar as loss of bone density, if you are having trouble absorbing calcium then you may have damage to the upper part of your intestine, where celiac does the most damage. Supplementing calcium may be a good start as well as digestive enzymes to help your system break down any fat soluble vitamins you might not be absorbing as well (Vit D or magnesium shortages can also cause decreased bone density).

Hope this helps.

In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

04 October 2012 - 07:04 AM


does this work for you? :)

Question---if the "yellow" is coming from saffron--can you just use saffron threads and skip all the additives/MSG in any "mixes" you would purchase? I can't do MSG either and avoid all packaged things for this very reason.

Hey thanks! I will try this. The yellow is coming from saffron (and tumeric), this has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. Even with the prepackaged stuff my wife does really well, but given the opportunity to cook fresh I will take do it.


In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

03 October 2012 - 12:42 PM

Chicken and yellow rice tonight:-) Maybe some black beans...

Only draw back is that I have not been able to find an MSG free yellow rice mix (dye free and of course gluten free though :-)

I ussually modify the recipee a little. Butter instead or margrin and chicken broth instead of water plus extra garlic and tumeric.

In Topic: Last Ditch Rant... I Need Serious Help

11 September 2012 - 04:56 AM

Mel. My wife and I are praying for you.

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