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Janessa

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I am vegetarian and going gluten free was not difficult but now I am also sensitive to corn and mildly sensitive to rice. My doctor suggested a rotation diet so I am hoping that helps me keep rice in my diet.

I feel like I am running out of foods, I am allergic to peanuts and large amounts of tree nuts give me a stomach ache, same with eggs

I love quinoa and buckwheat and am trying out other alternatives as well but am still having a hard time, anyone have any good recipes (with very simple ingredients to fit in a rotation diet) or advice.

I go on vegiac.com but it seems no one over there has multiple food issues, also please don't tell me to start eating meat I know that option exists.


peanut free Nov 06, gluten free June 07, corn and soy free July 08, latex free Oct 08 Banana and kiwi cross reacting with latex allergy

happily vegetarian

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I understand. Its very hard to find something that is gluten-free and meat, dairy and egg free all at the same time. My 16 year old is trying to be a gluten free-vegan for a month. She is not sick nor allergic to anything but we are watching it. She made it vegan for 10 days so far and almost gluten-free too except for some ritz crackers and some oat granola bars. I have had a hard time finding recipes. She eats melons, corn, beans, potatoes, peanut butter and banana muffins. We think she is allergic to gluten. She had a couple of mild reactions that she never had before. Flashing lights and 2 DH red spots. That shows us she must be allergic. I am going to try a new recipe tomorrow for vegan tortillas and she can have those (if they turn out) with beans or with apple pie filling. She doesn't like the vegan cheese so she put fresh pineapple on her corn tacos ;)

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gluten-free/Vegan Banana Bread (I made muffins)

1 1/2 cups brown rice flour (I used sorghum)

1 1/2 cups millet flour

1/3 cup sugar

3 T. ground flax seeds

2 tsp. cinnamon ( I would use less like 1 1/2 tsp)

3 tsp. baking powder

1/2 tsp. xanthan gum

1/2 tsp. salt

3 ripe bananas, mashed

1 1/2 cups water, or rice/soy/almond milk (I used 3/4 cup water and 3/4 cup almond milk)

2/3 cup chopped nuts ( you could omit those and add choc chips or more flax, another T. full)

Combine flours, sugar, flax seed, cinnamon, baking powder, xanthan gum, and salt in a large mixing bowl. Stir in bananas and water or milk. Stir well with a spoon or beat with a mixer for a minute or so. (I used a mixer).

Pour into a greased 8x8" pan or loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-60 minutes until center is set. Allow to cool in pan. I used a 6 cup jumbo muffin pan and baked them about 25 minutes and it made 9. Then I made them in 6 jumbo cup and in 6 regular muffin cup pans and it made 6 of each.


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1 cup dry red lentils

1/4 tsp cumin powder

1/4 tsp turmeric

1/4 tsp coriander

add water, cook until soft. Salt to taste. Lemon juice? Yum.


Gluten free 3/07 self diagnosed

Specific Carbohydrate Diet 4/08--yes, it works.

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Thanks for the recipes, both sound good


peanut free Nov 06, gluten free June 07, corn and soy free July 08, latex free Oct 08 Banana and kiwi cross reacting with latex allergy

happily vegetarian

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I just bought a cookbook called The Gluten-Free Vegan by Susan O'Brien. I haven't tried the recipes yet, but most look pretty easy and she varies the starches and seems to be sensitive to the fact that people may have other sensitivities as well. :D

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