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MGR

Member Since 17 Nov 2013
Offline Last Active Oct 21 2014 08:02 AM
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#898151 Ridiculous Conversations

Posted by MGR on 04 December 2013 - 02:26 AM

I have actually been very lucky with my family... Before I had my endoscopy which confirmed what I already knew, I had already been gluten free for two months - and I had to do a gluten challenge for the diagnosis... When I timidly started cooking gluten free I would at first do one thing for myself and another for everyone else, and one day my daughters asked me why I did this- I explained and they said- but mummy, you don't need to do that we also want to have the same noodles, etc WE ALSO WANT TO BE GLUTEN FREE!!! So now we are all gluten free, even my husband thinks it is great, he feels soo much better!! I think we probably all have to be tested! - my children are already booked in for a test...
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#897807 I Feel Like I Am Going To Die....:(

Posted by MGR on 01 December 2013 - 03:11 PM

I find I have to do everything in the morning when I am most energetic - I have slow cooker and prepare some stew in it or even chicken with veg and potatoes, soup whilst making breakfast- so that I can take it easy and rest for the day. Also on an energetic day I often cook two meals at once and freeze one (something like bolognaise sauce- make a lot in one go and freeze a couple of portions) So I always have something for the family which is easy and effortless- bags of salad- precook, rice, quinoa, millet and keep them in bags in the freezer so that we c an add them to the salads, soups,etc

In any case, have faith and you must find your body's rhythm and go with it!! We're here to help if you need us!!
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