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The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

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meal replacement drink

banana mango strawberry apple sauce smoothie with ice and water

grass fed beef ground burger made into meat balls and made my own sauce sweet and sour and added cremi mushrooms spinach rosemary shredded carrot celery to the meat balls and sauce and put that over rice

had another smoothie like above but added hemp seeds this time and ohhh not doing that again i had major pain in my side

had the left over from the burger mix i made

still hungry mind you this is all i ate since 7 am

and its 9pm now gurr im hungry may have to make another smoothie lol

No wonder you're hungry!!! I would be, too, if that's all I ate today.

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Last night for dinner i had Mrs. Leeper's beef Lasagne (gluten-free version of hamburger helper). My first time trying it... yum!!

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so far i have had

meal replacement drink

bbq pork chops and 6 sweet potato chips

i have chicken in the oven roasting ill put the potatoes in the roaster about an hr before its done and im not sure about the veggies

i have spinach celery zucchini onion garlic shredded carrots leeks thinking of cooking that up

i can not use the oil that is in the house as it contains soy so ill have to use water

i dont have much seasonings in the house either

this lactose gluten soy diet is quite challenging for me i end up not knowing what to eat and by the time i do eat its almost 2 in the afternoon i have been searching my eyes off trying to find budget friendly taste friendly foods i have found out that i can not tolerate xanthaum gum either

its so frustrating

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so far i have had

meal replacement drink

bbq pork chops and 6 sweet potato chips

i have chicken in the oven roasting ill put the potatoes in the roaster about an hr before its done and im not sure about the veggies

i have spinach celery zucchini onion garlic shredded carrots leeks thinking of cooking that up

i can not use the oil that is in the house as it contains soy so ill have to use water

i dont have much seasonings in the house either

this lactose gluten soy diet is quite challenging for me i end up not knowing what to eat and by the time i do eat its almost 2 in the afternoon i have been searching my eyes off trying to find budget friendly taste friendly foods i have found out that i can not tolerate xanthaum gum either

its so frustrating

The roast chicken and potatoes sound really good! Do you have other food restrictions (besides the ones you mention)? Can you pick up some olive oil and some dried herbs (or plant some fresh) to get more variety which will enable you to make spaghetti sauce and things like that? Some of my favorite foods are budget friendly but that's the way I've eaten all my life. And a lot of foods I eat are naturally gluten-free.

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Really want BBQ Ribs and gluten free pasta salad . But since I ate something that did not agree with me( a different brand of rice crackers that usual <_< ) I am sticking with my safest meal.

Browned ground lamb, peas,cooked rice stir fried in some olive oil. :)

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Grilled Rib Eye (medium rare)

Baked Potatoes with Bay Leaves and Chipotle Lime Butter

Lemon Grilled Radicchio with Shaved Pecorino

Watermelon with Feta, Fresh Mint and Balsamic Glaze

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no i do not think i have any thing else im allergic to

this soy allergy came on all of a sudden

i quit lactose when i got sick in feb and have not touched it since

and gluten i started this 3 weeks ago or so

as soon as i can i want to plant a herb garden the spot is ready i just have to get the plants

what would you suggest i get?

ill be able to pick up some olive oil on thursday so ill have to go a couple more days with out

oh and the chicken dinner was really good

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no i do not think i have any thing else im allergic to

this soy allergy came on all of a sudden

i quit lactose when i got sick in feb and have not touched it since

and gluten i started this 3 weeks ago or so

as soon as i can i want to plant a herb garden the spot is ready i just have to get the plants

what would you suggest i get?

ill be able to pick up some olive oil on thursday so ill have to go a couple more days with out

oh and the chicken dinner was really good

Just planted my herb garden today (our summers are very short here). Each year I plant:

- rosemary (I must bring it in for the winter)

- lots of Genovese basil

- sage

- regular thyme and lemon thyme

- lemon verbena

- a few kinds of mint - if you plant mint, do so in a container - it is prolific and spreads like wild!

- chives and garlic chives

- lavender (as an annual in our climate)

- French tarragon

For a basic herb garden I would recommend at the very least rosemary, thyme, sage, chives.

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For a basic herb garden I would recommend at the very least rosemary, thyme, sage, chives.

I'd add some parsley and dill, too (if you like it)

ETA: While not an herb, if you can have tomatoes, I'd plant one of them, too (they even have patio tomatoes if you don't have a lot of space). They are so prolific and nothing at the store can compare.

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no i do not think i have any thing else im allergic to

this soy allergy came on all of a sudden

i quit lactose when i got sick in feb and have not touched it since

and gluten i started this 3 weeks ago or so

as soon as i can i want to plant a herb garden the spot is ready i just have to get the plants

what would you suggest i get?

ill be able to pick up some olive oil on thursday so ill have to go a couple more days with out

oh and the chicken dinner was really good

I plant my favorites! Right now I have a sweet basil growing strong (got plant for $2 at walmart) another basil growing from seeds. From past summers, basil always has grown very well for me. I love it!! I also have dill and lemon thyme growing. I'm hoping to get some chives growing soon. I live in an apartment and grow them in pots along with flowers. BTW, I have them all in direct sunlight.

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I'm cooking some lemon and chive chicken. Not sure what I will do with it. I boiled some eggs, cut some fruit....

It's movie night and I usually treat myself to a gluten-free snack I don't normally eat during the week. I found Kettle brand gluten-free BAKED chips! They are actual potato slices and not some potato corn mixture! Lower in fat and not full of grease. Love 'em!I'm able to eat potatos, but not often. I'll mash up an avocado with some lime juice and eat it with the chips during the movie. Might have the chicken in slices with it....

After that??? Perhaps a natural strawberry ice pop I found...a lazy Saturday night since I have Monday off!

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?? is single malt safe? I though it was made from barley??

It is safe. It's so distilled and aged that there is no gluten left. I've never had any reaction. I also drink the 15 year, if you choose the 8 or 10 you're on your own. :P

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All the following is being grilled as I speak:

- haloumi drizzled with new green olive oil from Croatia and toasted walnuts

- carrots with rosemary and scallions

- zucchini with Parmesan and chili oil

- pork tenderloin with Jezebel sauce

- rosemary skewered potatoes with roasted garlic aioli

gluten-free Coconut Layer Cake with Coconut Buttercream for dessert. A wee bit calorific tonight... :P

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<_< OOH. I haven't had single malt in years. Over a decade.

Tonight we ate like peasants, and it was really good. I made potato pancakes and homade chicken soup.

We had salad later, and I made a bomb dressing with chopped fresh herbs, leftover hummus, left-over balsalmic vinagrette, grated cucumber and coarse mustard. I stuck my immersion blender in the bowl and the dressing ended up all over the place, including my face, walls and appliances. I haven't checked the ceiling.

Thank God for profanity. That dressing probably never would have made it if I hadn't been able to really curse.

(The really stupid part is that I'd do it again, because it was the first really delicious creamy salad dressing I've made ever, even pre-gluten-free.)

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