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Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Wheat Free, Soya Free, Help!

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Hi everyone. I've recently discovered that I am intolerant to the four things in the title: gluten, yeast, wheat and soya. I'm not going to try and cut them out for a few months but obviously they cover quite a lot of foods and I'm struggling to be positive about the prospect!

Sorry for such a vague question, but I was just wondering if anyone had any good recipes, alternatives, or little tips to make this time easier for me. Thank you!

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There are plenty of naturally gluten, yeast, wheat and soya free foods/meals.  Soya isn't found in a lot of things; gluten and wheat you know how to look out for, and yeast is in the breadstuffs.  Assuming you cook, there are many things to eat.  Much of the "recipe" part of the more involved suggestions below is just a conglomeration of the normal ingredients.  


Eggs and bacon. Eggs/homefries. Steak and eggs. Omelets.  Grits.  Fruit salad.  Check the gluten-free cereal labels.


Hamburger or steak on a plate with corn on the cob or cole slaw.

Corned beef/cabbage/carrots/potatoes - 1 pot boiled meal.  

Porkchops/saurkraut - 1 pot meal.  Served with homefries or boiled potatos.

Chili over baked potatoes.

Stuffed cabbages with mashed potatoes or corn.

Baked sweet potatoe with butter, cinnamon.  Or toppings.

Chicken stew (boneless breast, stringbeans, carrots, onions, tomatoes).

Veal and peppers in crushed tomatoes over baked potato.

Beef cubes, potatos, carrots, celery, onions, string beans - "beef stew" thickened with corn starch.  

Chicken soup w/carrots, onions, celery, parsnip (omg, the parsnip is so delicious).

Pea soup, bean soup - any kind of soup you can imagine.

Chicken cacciatore (tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, peppers) served over rice.

Stuffed peppers (ground beef/rice) served with mashed potatoes or mixed veggies.

Beef stroganoff - beef cubes, beef broth, sour cream - served over zucchini "ribbons" 

Baked/broiled fish with rice/potatoes vegetables.

Salads with meats/cheeses.

Quinoia salad with all sorts of chopped veggies.

Shrimp and tomatoes, shrimp cocktail.


These are some ideas that I hope are helpful.

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