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What do u put in ur sandwhich wrap, i havent thought of that, im assuming u wrap it in lettuce.

I just had brown rice for the very first time with some salmon, it wasnt to bad at all.

paula

Yep, I use lettuce leaves as the wrap and I usually put turkey or chicken with avocado slices, cucumber slices, shredded carrot, sometimes pepper strips.

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Yep, I use lettuce leaves as the wrap and I usually put turkey or chicken with avocado slices, cucumber slices, shredded carrot, sometimes pepper strips.

Oh that sounds so good and refreshing. Im guessing leftover chicken and turkey, cause we cant have lunch meat right.

paula

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Oh that sounds so good and refreshing. Im guessing leftover chicken and turkey, cause we cant have lunch meat right.

paula

Lunchmeat is really not a good thing. Besides being loaded with Nitrites it usually has some type of sugar in it. I have found nitrite free, gluten free, and dairy free meats, but I think it still might have some sugar.

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Lunchmeat is really not a good thing. Besides being loaded with Nitrites it usually has some type of sugar in it. I have found nitrite free, gluten free, and dairy free meats, but I think it still might have some sugar.

That is what i thought, i was hoping someone would say the boars head lunchmeat was safe, we finally got it at our store here and i was hoping to try it out lol.

But im ok, im just happy im feeling better every day (well besides last night) when i glutened myself and i thought i was going to die, but other then that im feeling better lol

paula

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I do believe I heard boars head was gluten free, but I didn't pay it any attention because its still filled with nitrites.

Glad you are feeling better!

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I forgot to say that i am 2 days potato-free and i feel my body starting to herx. Which im not sure if that is good or bad lol i know its good to kill those little yeasties but i have so much to do in the next few days lol.

paula

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I have lunchmeat sometimes in a pinch, but most of the time I cook a bunch of meat up ahead of time, slice it into strips and freeze in single servings.

Whole Foods and Wild Oats has nitrate, gluten, and sugar free turkey and chicken. When I do get it I ask them to clean the slicer.

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I forgot to say that i am 2 days potato-free and i feel my body starting to herx. Which im not sure if that is good or bad lol i know its good to kill those little yeasties but i have so much to do in the next few days lol.

paula

Paula,

Wow, good for you. If you did not know about die off reactions one would think that they were doing something wrong instead of right. It will take a while for your body to adjust. Almost like when you first went off of sugar and white flours etc. The body gets used to those things and one doesn't feel right when you take them away.

There may be a time when you can put that baked potato back into your diet and not suffer ill effects but when one is batttling fungus it feeds the culprit.

Keep trying different things.... like the avacado or even some like squash as a substitute. Both very low glycemic and lots of fiber to slow down any fungal involvment.

I just made my bean salad with some brown rice and lots of fresh veggies in there too. It lasts me a whole week and I have it for one meal a day. Sometimes hot and sometimes cold depending on the weather. Some might think that this is boring but it is not if you know what you have to do in order to be well. One gets to the point when you eat to live and not live to eat.

moldlady :)

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I read a few pages back and saw that some are interested in making something like ice cream. Sorry that I do not get here but maybe once a day due to my slow dial up....

Here is an easy recipe:

Almost like ICE CREAM

1 3/4 c. frozen blueberries or chopped up frozen strawberries

1/8 t. stevia

1/2 c. whipping cream or coconut milk or cashew cream

eat immediately

the moldlady

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Whole Foods and Wild Oats has nitrate, gluten, and sugar free turkey and chicken. When I do get it I ask them to clean the slicer.

Yeah, my WF has a brand of sliced turkey that only has turkey in it. I do buy that to have on hand for snacks.

I read a few pages back and saw that some are interested in making something like ice cream. Sorry that I do not get here but maybe once a day due to my slow dial up....

Here is an easy recipe:

Almost like ICE CREAM

1 3/4 c. frozen blueberries or chopped up frozen strawberries

1/8 t. stevia

1/2 c. whipping cream or coconut milk or cashew cream

eat immediately

the moldlady

This is very similar to what I make, lol. I use frozen peaches, and I blend it in my magic bullet. I also have a small one-serving Deni ice cream "maker", I'll use coconut milk with some stevia and some nuts. That tastes pretty close to ice cream, lol.

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This is very similar to what I make, lol. I use frozen peaches, and I blend it in my magic bullet. I also have a small one-serving Deni ice cream "maker", I'll use coconut milk with some stevia and some nuts. That tastes pretty close to ice cream, lol.

Great! Now if we just had some warm weather to go with it! I make this often in the summer after dinner. But when it is below zero it's hard to fathom. lol I like the idea of some nuts.... like chopped pecans....great!

moldlady :)

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Paula,

Wow, good for you. If you did not know about die off reactions one would think that they were doing something wrong instead of right. It will take a while for your body to adjust. Almost like when you first went off of sugar and white flours etc. The body gets used to those things and one doesn't feel right when you take them away.

There may be a time when you can put that baked potato back into your diet and not suffer ill effects but when one is batttling fungus it feeds the culprit.

Keep trying different things.... like the avacado or even some like squash as a substitute. Both very low glycemic and lots of fiber to slow down any fungal involvment.

I just made my bean salad with some brown rice and lots of fresh veggies in there too. It lasts me a whole week and I have it for one meal a day. Sometimes hot and sometimes cold depending on the weather. Some might think that this is boring but it is not if you know what you have to do in order to be well. One gets to the point when you eat to live and not live to eat.

moldlady :)

Moldlady,

My body is freaking out without the potato, im just so tired without it. Maybe soon it will wear off and ill have some energy again lol. What is your bean salad, sounds kinda good. I

paula

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I read a few pages back and saw that some are interested in making something like ice cream. Sorry that I do not get here but maybe once a day due to my slow dial up....

Here is an easy recipe:

Almost like ICE CREAM

1 3/4 c. frozen blueberries or chopped up frozen strawberries

1/8 t. stevia

1/2 c. whipping cream or coconut milk or cashew cream

eat immediately

the moldlady

oh i cant wait to try that, were do u find cashew cream, ive never heard of it.

paula

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Yeah, my WF has a brand of sliced turkey that only has turkey in it. I do buy that to have on hand for snacks.

This is very similar to what I make, lol. I use frozen peaches, and I blend it in my magic bullet. I also have a small one-serving Deni ice cream "maker", I'll use coconut milk with some stevia and some nuts. That tastes pretty close to ice cream, lol.

Oh that sounds so good to, i need to get an magic bullet.

paula

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Great! Now if we just had some warm weather to go with it! I make this often in the summer after dinner. But when it is below zero it's hard to fathom. lol I like the idea of some nuts.... like chopped pecans....great!

Yeah, not below zero here, but for California it's been pretty darned cold!

Oh that sounds so good to, i need to get an magic bullet.

Yes, I need to buy another...I keep breaking them, but I love them so much I keep rebuying. :P

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I read a few pages back and saw that some are interested in making something like ice cream. Sorry that I do not get here but maybe once a day due to my slow dial up....

Here is an easy recipe:

Almost like ICE CREAM

1 3/4 c. frozen blueberries or chopped up frozen strawberries

1/8 t. stevia

1/2 c. whipping cream or coconut milk or cashew cream

eat immediately

the moldlady

This sounds really good moldlady, thanks for posting it!

Paula, I get way too fatigued without some starches. Try adding brown rice or the rice pasta other suggested before in place of the potato. Just small amounts though.

Donna, I thought that was the whole point of the Magic Bullet, powerful and indestructible?? :huh:

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julie,

I think i will need to eat more brown rice, i had it one night and it wasnt that bad. I guess i can just make a big batch and have it ready when i need it. I am going to go buy some pasta tommorow when i go pick up my charcoal.

paula

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I know fresh is best, but the only way I am able to pull a lot of these meals off is by cooking ahead and freezing.

I do this with rice too, I make a big batch of rice up and freeze in 1/2 cup portions.

I much prefer eating rice freshly cooked out of the rice cooker, it's all fluffy, and warm, and yummy, but this way it's fast and easy to pull out a portion and resteam.

I make this cauliflower soup some of you might like to try:

1 large head of cauliflower, washed and trimmed, chopped in small florets

1 tbsp coconut oil

2 tbsp dill weed, dried

1 onion, chopped

water to cover

melt coconut oil in large stock pot or dutch oven

stir in dill

add onion and saute until soft and translucent

add cauliflower and water to cover

simmmer until cauliflower is tender (about 20-30 minutes or so)

puree with hand held mixer (or put in blender, but be careful it's hot!)

If puree is thicker than desired, return to pot and add more water, simmer for 5-10 minutes

Season to taste, with sea salt (opt)

I LOVE this soup, I have it everyday :)

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Paula,

4 BEAN SALAD

4 cans beans (mix types) drain well put in crock on low fill up with water and cook over night on low drain water and refill again cook 6 hrs. on low drain water off and now the beans are gas free and ready for the salad. Blend dressing/marinade in blender except for the raw stuff. (Sometimes I use the pinto beans mixed with hot peppers.)

Blender:

2/3 c. grape seed oil (or olive oil)

1/3 c. lemon juice or ACV

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Donna, I thought that was the whole point of the Magic Bullet, powerful and indestructible?? :huh:

Apparently not in MY hands, lol. I've broken 3 of them now (or is it 4).

I make this cauliflower soup some of you might like to try:

Yummmm....that sounds sooooo good!!!! I must try it before the cold weather goes away. I actually might REALLY like this for breakfast!!!! And, it could be portable!

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Moldlady, your bean salad sounds really good.

Apparently not in MY hands, lol. I've broken 3 of them now (or is it 4).

Yummmm....that sounds sooooo good!!!! I must try it before the cold weather goes away. I actually might REALLY like this for breakfast!!!! And, it could be portable!

:lol: Well hopefully the 4rth (or 5th) Magic Bullet is the charm!

That is exaclty what I do, I eat the cauliflower soup for breakfast alongside scrambled eggs.

Oh, and it's got healthy coconut oil in it, beneficial for its antifungal properties, and the cruciferous cauliflower. It's good for you all the way around!

I'm also trying to up the veggies big time so this is a good addition to my menu.

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I think the soup would also be good with a little coconut milk in it... yum!! I want some now! I think even I might be able to make this!

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I think the soup would also be good with a little coconut milk in it... yum!! I want some now! I think even I might be able to make this!

That's a thought.

It really is surprisingly creamy, cauliflower puree makes an excellent "cream" like base to soups.

And yes it's so easy, even YOU can do it :lol:

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Moldlady, your bean salad sounds really good.

Thanks Julie,

It is a lot of work putting it together but once it is done, it keeps for a week in the frig. if you make it with ACV. If you use the lemon juice (which some prefer), it will start to ferment in 4 days. The beans get a bite to them and then you start to feel drunk. NOt Good for me! :wacko:

moldlady :)

I have other anti fungal recipes if anyone is interested. I have plant based only, dairy, no dairy, etc. Gluten , no gluten, etc. Just be specific on what your requirements are and I"ll check my list. :)

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Thanks Julie,

It is a lot of work putting it together but once it is done, it keeps for a week in the frig. if you make it with ACV. If you use the lemon juice (which some prefer), it will start to ferment in 4 days. The beans get a bite to them and then you start to feel drunk. NOt Good for me! :wacko:

moldlady :)

I have other anti fungal recipes if anyone is interested. I have plant based only, dairy, no dairy, etc. Gluten , no gluten, etc. Just be specific on what your requirements are and I"ll check my list. :)

Im looking for no gluten, dairy or soy then all our restrictions here. I will take any type of recipe. Thank you

paula

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