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missy'smom    78

I think I lost potatoes today :( bound to happen :( Good thing I get my endo and colonoscopy next week.

Anyway, I need another food to rotate in. I am thinking of trying another variety of beans. Chickpeas are already in but I can't decide which bean is up next and what to do with it. Chickpeas are so easy, just dump on a salad. What are some ideas on easy ways to use specific varieties of beans?

No tomatoes or bell peppers or dairy or soy. Thanks.

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cahill    189

I think I lost potatoes today :( bound to happen :( Good thing I get my endo and colonoscopy next week.

Anyway, I need another food to rotate in. I am thinking of trying another variety of beans. Chickpeas are already in but I can't decide which bean is up next and what to do with it. Chickpeas are so easy, just dump on a salad. What are some ideas on easy ways to use specific varieties of beans?

No tomatoes or bell peppers or dairy or soy. Thanks.

Sorry about you losing potatoes. :( I have finally been able to have them again but only occasionally and in small amounts.

I use navy beans on occasion but truthfully the only thing I use them in is bean soup.

If you are looking for a bean ,black beans may be something to try.I use them in tacos (no nightshades just onion) ,black bean brownies or just put them on top of a salad.

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IrishHeart    1,633

I'm a black bean fan, too. Can you eat black bean soup?

I just figured out that besides soybeans (I have a severe intolerance to those --IgG test) I am having a problem with bean FLOURS now---fava, lupin and garbanzo. So, I am beginning to suspect all legumes.... :unsure:

This is a bugger sometimes, isn't it? :rolleyes:

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missy'smom    78

Yeah, I initially tested pos. for legumes and soy. I won't re-introduce soy but after 2 yrs. I did try chickpeas and was ok but I am strict with the rotation of them. Potatoes were just waiting to happen. I depended on them too much, plus the starch in baked goods...and I have not been as careful with their rotation as I should have been. I've just struggled with it lately. Darn picky body.

No pureed beans or overly soft/melty for blood sugar impact reasons. Anything easily digestd hits BG quicker. I can put the canned in the bottom of the soup bowl(broth based soup)

Like I mentioned on another thread, inflamation impacts BG and sure enough, after my reaction this afternoon, my baseline BG is up.

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Aly1    23

My hubby cooks up cannelloni beans and brown rice with onion, garlic and seasonings. Yummy!

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