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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Add some peanut butter to the rice cake. I'm eating one right now. That will give you approx. 8 grams of protein.

Thanks for the idea, but I'm allergic to peanuts and a few other nuts. I've been wanting to try sunbutter, but not sure if I'll react to it. Does anyone who has to be nut free eat sunbutter alright? I've been thinking of trying yogurt. I was dairy free, but now seem to handle hard cheese.

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I'm baking banana nut bread right now. Will have that for breakkie with coffee. Hope it turns out!

Editing to say, ohmygosh, can you say PERFECT!!!!!!!!

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Carolina, I didn't know you had problems with nuts. How about getting some steak & cook it all up on say Sat. then cut it up into portions & freeze individually wrapped portions. Take one out in the am & nuke it & just eat it. Throw in a rice cake & some yogurt & you ought to be good to go.

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Grilled provolone and smoked ham sandwich. Handful of grapes.

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Breakfast this week will be CHEESECAKE. Yeah, I know, but the rest of my meals will be salad and vegetable lasagna. Besides, cream cheese has protein, right?

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Breakfast this week will be CHEESECAKE. Yeah, I know, but the rest of my meals will be salad and vegetable lasagna. Besides, cream cheese has protein, right?

Yes it does.laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif

I copied yesterdays breakfast again today. It worked great for 2 days now.

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Buckwheat, sorghum & blueberry pancakes, with a 1/3 or so piece of a boneless pork rib.

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Banana bread infused with lemon simple syrup.

Strawberries.

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I had my usual Cinnabun on a Spoon, made with my brown rice cereal. I eat this 5 out of 7 mornings a week, and never tire of it (really, who gets tired of Cinnabuns??). I just posted a long post in the recipe forum, with instructions to make your own hot, brown rice cereal, followed with how to make Cinnabun on a Spoon with it.

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Need to go shopping, scrounging from leftovers this morning LOL.

Sandwich made with last 2 pieces of Rudi's multigrain bread, Spam, avocado dip and melted cheese.

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I'm back out in the country house/dogsitting so this morning was simple. Rather than use the toaster here I sort of grilled my bread in my own pan and simply had it with some lovely apple jelly. And something unusual for me - a tiny bit of dark chocolate. Generally chocolate does not appeal to me but this morning it did. My morning snack will be an unsweetened fruit cup and fresh strawberries.

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Apple pancake -- grated apple, eggs, cinnamon pan fried into a big pancake topped with homemade blueberry syrup...tasted great, but I bloated a bit...haven't used cinnamon in a very long time -- will try again before I rule out cinnamon ;)

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A scoop of pumpkin mixed in with home made yogurt, and the scrapings from the bottom of the brownie pan.

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Pomegranate, cherry and raspberry smoothie.

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I toasted two slices of Udi's bread, topped them with fried eggs, and ate with a side of (leftover) Indian-style, stir-fried cabbage. Also, had a cup of herbal tea.

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A bowl of hot Quinoa with honey and a tad of milk.

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This morning was cheese grits.

Mmmmm....I LOVE cheese grits! :)

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My second-last morning housesitting so I am using things up that I brought along. This morning I had a raspberry mango smoothie.

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I decided to test coconut flour, and made some pancakes using the recipe from: http://www.tiana-coc...our_recipes.htm and they were nice and fluffy, and pretty yummy! I only got 5 pancakes out of it, rather than the 8 they noted on the recipe, I was hoping for a couple left over, but alas I scarfed them all down. :D

If the test goes o.k. (so far so good, a couple of hours later...), I think the flour will be a nice addition to my bread recipe when I use sorghum flour, which tends to be really dry.

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I decided to test coconut flour, and made some pancakes using the recipe from: http://www.tiana-coc...our_recipes.htm and they were nice and fluffy, and pretty yummy! I only got 5 pancakes out of it, rather than the 8 they noted on the recipe, I was hoping for a couple left over, but alas I scarfed them all down. :D

If the test goes o.k. (so far so good, a couple of hours later...), I think the flour will be a nice addition to my bread recipe when I use sorghum flour, which tends to be really dry.

Yum! I, too, am smitten with coconut flour and use it for pancakes, cakes, brownies, cookies and bread.

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