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I had beef rendang and brown rice. It was so yummy but it was my mom who cooked it.

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I made some wild mushroom, vegetable and lentil soup. Blitzed half and left half chunky. Mmmmmmm...

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Methinks it will be a mango, raspberry, coconut and lime smoothie.

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Leftover Eggplant parmesan.  It was still yummy after freezing it.

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Eggs Benedict with lovely smoked honey ham

Frozen green grapes

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Brown rice mac 'n cheese.

 

I've got some black seedless grapes, you've inspired me to freeze them LTT.

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Brown rice mac 'n cheese.

 

I've got some black seedless grapes, you've inspired me to freeze them LTT.

They are SO good frozen!  A great snack.

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Mixed baby greens with toasted pine nuts, Parmesan shards, strawberries and orange Sherry vinaigrette

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I am a newbie to the celiac disease so I don't know what to eat so I had a rice cake with peanut butter and a cup of coffee LOL

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I am a newbie to the celiac disease so I don't know what to eat so I had a rice cake with peanut butter and a cup of coffee LOL

Read the dinner and lunch threads. There are lots of things to eat!

This might be helpful:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/topic/91878-newbie-info-101/

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A lovely and pristinely cool day so am doing some serious cooking. Made vichyssoise soup for lunch.

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First post!  Just found you guys.

 

* Ham sandwich with Udi's bread

* Fritos (gluten-free Scanner app said they were okay)

* Apple

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First post!  Just found you guys.

 

* Ham sandwich with Udi's bread

* Fritos (gluten-free Scanner app said they were okay)

* Apple

Welcome here!  Happy to have you.  Well, you know what I mean.  ^_^   Do you enjoy cooking, eating or both? 

 

Today was vichyssoise encore. 

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The cool weather demands Eggs Benedict methinks.

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grilled cheese (on rudi's) with cherry tomatoes (from the garden) 

 

i have been eating this same lunch for a week straight  :)  

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Pasta with sundried pesto I made earlier with Parmesan shards. But I gave in and used...um...bought pasta. Sorta lazy,I guess!

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Rice pasta with chicken sausage and broccoli with cheese. Salad with italian dressing and a banana. The pasta was not good. I'm still learning and shouldn't NOT have mixed the pasta with the sauce and stored together. Pasta was a mushy mess for lunch!

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I've had a very bad day today, have eaten chocolate, jelly, vegetable korma and had copious amounts of coffee which is why I've just run a few laps around the house in the middle of the night :ph34r:

 

Tomorrow is going to be a better day lol.

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braunschweiger <liverwurst!)  on rudi's (they changed their recipe in the past few months - i like it alot!  it's softer and fluffier) original bread with tomato, onion and brown mustard - it was so yummz i might just hafta have another :)  been eating like an oinker   :P

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Chive and Cheddar omelettes

Fruit salad with lime, honey and poppyseed dressing

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Every Wednesday my husband gets fed an enormous lunch at work so he won't want dinner when he gets home, just a snack.  So that day of the week is when I cook things he doesn't like, AKA most vegetables.  This past week it was a small amount of tinkyada rotini pasta with a mushroom meat sauce, more mushrooms in it than anything.  He hates those the most, and I love those the most, hehe.  This week I bought some great looking yellow squash and more mushrooms, and some gluten-free gnocchi at a store I rarely get to stop at, so I think I may whip something up with those three this wednesday.  I make enough for lunch and dinner for myself.

 

Yesterday was a toasted turkey and provolone sandwich on Rudis multigrain bread, with Amys french country vegetable soup.  Literally it is the best canned soup I have ever had, maybe because it has vegetables, too.

 

Today I was out and about so I cheated on the healthy kick and got Chik Fil A  :D  And a lot of See's candy, lets pretend you only read the first part about me eating veggies!  ;)

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Tuna salad with lots of capers on ciabatta

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Lunch?  Huh?  What time is it anyway?   

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Steamed Cabbage, broccoli & carrots wrapped in a corn tortilla. Yum!

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GrIlled boneless pork chop with steamed green beans and diced bacon. Yum!

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