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Monklady123

Hope I Don't Offend Any Of You Southerners, But....

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Oh, oh, this is my favourite hot cereal! My grandfather always ate hot grits for breakfast, so I guess it's a tradition I'm carrying on now. :P Over here it's just "maize", but coarsly ground so it sounds the same as grits.

You can try sprinkling some cinnamon on that, mix it up with lots of milk and a good helping of sugar - can't be good for you, but oh so tasty :)


Feb 2010 - Start of continuous GIT problems and panic attacks

July 2010 - Blood and biopsy -ve, went gluten free after testing which completely relieved symptoms

July 2011 - 1 year gluten free, food intolerances (Chicken, eggs, olives, goat milk) gone!

2012 - Soy no longer a problem

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Gluten intolerant

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My dad used to beg my mom....... :D

I love it when that happens! B)


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Speaking of eggs and rice, am I the only celiac weirdo who melts a little cheese on leftover rice to have with eggs for breakfast? I used to make toast with a little cheese and missed it. B)

Does melted cheese on rice cakes count? :) Good idea to have it for breakfast, I tried this today for lunch with ham, would make a good savoury breakfast too.


Feb 2010 - Start of continuous GIT problems and panic attacks

July 2010 - Blood and biopsy -ve, went gluten free after testing which completely relieved symptoms

July 2011 - 1 year gluten free, food intolerances (Chicken, eggs, olives, goat milk) gone!

2012 - Soy no longer a problem

*************************************************************

Gluten intolerant

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