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Mrs.M

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Help! I have officially run out of things to eat! If someone has any gluten/sugar/yeast free recipes I would appreciate it! Product suggestions would be great as well!

My diet is generally some minor variation of this:

Breakfast - creamy buckwheat cereal with almond milk

Lunch - big salad w/ veggies and beans

Snack - white grapefruit or yogurt or rice cakes with almond butter

Dinner - veggie and/or chicken stir fry with brown rice or beans and rice

Snack - nuts or pumpkin seeds or popcorn

I can't eat quinoa or amaranth right now because I recently got sick after eating amaranth and psychologically I can't handle the consistency.

Help!!! :unsure:

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Hi Mrs. M-

Are you recently diagnosed? I felt like I was in a food rut in the beginning too.

Here are some things I eat semi-regularly...

Breakfast: gluten-free cereals, yogurts, fruits, fruit smoothie shakes, eggs, breakfast burritos made w/ rice tortillas, breakfast pizza topped with scrambles eggs- gluten-free sausage- cheese-etc, omelets, gluten-free pancakes, muffins, frozen gluten-free waffles, gluten-free bagels and cream cheese, quiche, cinn french toast

Lunch: rice tortillas w/ tuna or gluten-free meats, gluten-free hot dog, gluten-free pizza, soups of all kinds chowders- homemade and store-bought, rice cakes with tuna, gluten-free pasta salad w/ pepperoni (hormel)- cheese- tomatoes- black olives- broccoli, chili, cold rice salad, tomato-cucumber salad

Dinner: eggplant parm, chicken parm, gluten-free pasta w/ tomato sauce or pesto, shrimp and veggie grilled kabobs, "breakfast dinner"- see above!, risotto (my fav), turkey- mashed potatoes-stuffing(cornbread), grilled zucchini, greens, spanish rice. meatballs, lasagna, paella, quiche, stuufed chick breasts, stuffed peppers, meatloaf, spaghetti squash, portabella pizzas

Snacks: blue corn chips w/ hummus or olive tapenade or salsa or guacamole, veggie dips & veggies, stuffed mushrooms, jalepeno poppers, smooshed fruit snacks, cocoloco bars, m&m's, fruit kabobs

I left out the sweets because you mentioned no sugar. Just some ideas- good luck

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Thanks for the tips, but it's not actually the gluten free part of the diet that's so difficult for me - I actually have a pretty good handle on that part! It's the candida part that's making my day to day eating so difficult! I can't have any sugar, including fruit sugar. Nor can I have yeast. So all of the gluten free breads and cereals (that I've found, anyway) are out.

I forgot to mention that I react to stevia because I'm allergic to ragweed...

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Hi Mrs. M-

Are you recently diagnosed? I felt like I was in a food rut in the beginning too.

Here are some things I eat semi-regularly...

Breakfast: gluten-free cereals, yogurts, fruits, fruit smoothie shakes, eggs, breakfast burritos made w/ rice tortillas, breakfast pizza topped with scrambles eggs- gluten-free sausage- cheese-etc, omelets, gluten-free pancakes, muffins, frozen gluten-free waffles, gluten-free bagels and cream cheese, quiche, cinn french toast

Lunch: rice tortillas w/ tuna or gluten-free meats, gluten-free hot dog, gluten-free pizza, soups of all kinds chowders- homemade and store-bought, rice cakes with tuna, gluten-free pasta salad w/ pepperoni (hormel)- cheese- tomatoes- black olives- broccoli, chili, cold rice salad, tomato-cucumber salad

Dinner: eggplant parm, chicken parm, gluten-free pasta w/ tomato sauce or pesto, shrimp and veggie grilled kabobs, "breakfast dinner"- see above!, risotto (my fav), turkey- mashed potatoes-stuffing(cornbread), grilled zucchini, greens, spanish rice. meatballs, lasagna, paella, quiche, stuufed chick breasts, stuffed peppers, meatloaf, spaghetti squash, portabella pizzas

Snacks: blue corn chips w/ hummus or olive tapenade or salsa or guacamole, veggie dips & veggies, stuffed mushrooms, jalepeno poppers, smooshed fruit snacks, cocoloco bars, m&m's, fruit kabobs

I left out the sweets because you mentioned no sugar. Just some ideas- good luck

I thought mushrooms were out on this diet? They are a fungus and it helps feed the candida, please correct me if I have this wrong. Mushrooms were one of my fav things, I have such a hard tme eating them anymore, I seem to get very ill after I do. No breads, very limited dairy, only yogurt.

Also, you have m&m's listed, and fruit kabobs....I thought they were a no no too? I was told pretty much vegetables, no potatoes, and meats, some fruits could be added in after a couple of weeks.

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You are correct - the diet includes no mushrooms, no fruit, no chocolate, no potatoes, no yeast, no soy, no bread.

You can see why I'm strapped for ideas!!!

If anyone has a recipe for gluten free/yeast free bread, I would appreciate it! I'm not even sure such a thing is possible!

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juliela,

perhaps you are unfamiliar with a candida diet. in your list, most of these are not applicable.

Mrs.M,

what about pancakes (or flatbread)? you can have them savory - even like zucchini cakes and stuff like that.

nori rolls?

the pizza dough in Mission in the Kitchen is yeast free, if that helps...

are you egg free? i forget if you're vegan.... yet.

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I'm not familiar with this diet . . . but I was getting ready to suggest Chebe bread to a friend of mine whose son is allergic to everything under the sun.

It's ingredients are Manioc (tapioca) flour, modified manioc starch, dry milk, iodine-free salt

To prepare, add oil, eggs, cheese and water. Can you have eggs & cheese?

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I'm not familiar with this diet . . . but I was getting ready to suggest Chebe bread to a friend of mine whose son is allergic to everything under the sun.

It's ingredients are Manioc (tapioca) flour, modified manioc starch, dry milk, iodine-free salt

To prepare, add oil, eggs, cheese and water. Can you have eggs & cheese?

The only dairy I do is yogurt with added acidopholus. I know there is a Chebe mix that is milk free. Is there anything you could substitute in place of cheese??

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I just leave it out, and adjust the liquid.

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