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Welcome mdhmf3! :)

 

You came to the right place then.  This thread is the place for those recipes.  Nightshades are tomato, potato, peppers and eggplant.  So they are part of  the thread.

 

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Hi all :). I've been eating a Paleo like diet for a little while now. Got to lax over the holidays, and overdid it with grains and dairy, but am back on the straight and narrow.

After 8 years gluten-free, my digestive issues are pretty much gone. Unfortunately, as those waned, joint and muscle pain has become a daily problem.

I've had the feeling for a while now that nightshades might be something for me to challenge. I'm going to do without them for a couple weeks to see if it has any effect on the pain. Dairy and grain free helped at first but not for long.

I love reading all of the good food ideas compiled here :). The walnut pie crust was intreguing.

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Hi friends, sorry I've been away for awhile. I was eating lots of Paleo recipes but the almond meal is upsetting my stomach. Blah. I can eat a little bit but too much and I am sick.

I bought some Teff flour in the hopes that I can tolerate it, but I haven't had a chance to use it yet. Any experiences / recipes to share?

I'm working on a chicken croquettes recipe as a way to both liven up chicken leftovers and for a finger food option to bring to parties. Basically, food process cooked chicken and roast veggies, then make a meatball.

Sigh. I'm tiring of these food restrictions, which lead to a lifestyle restriction. It has been a year.

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Hi AnnJay-- I forget..can you do coconut flour?  I find it works fairly well - I prefer almond flour since I got almonds back, but still do use coconut.

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Yes, i just bought some coconut flour! Made some banana bread with it!

I am leery of almond flour right now. When I eat a lot of it (say, a serving of a baked good once daily for a few days) I get sick. But I've been using Trader Joes almond meal which is not blanched and has the skins. If I bought one of the expensive, blanched, skinless, finely ground flours, would that make a difference?

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Yes, i just bought some coconut flour! Made some banana bread with it!

I am leery of almond flour right now. When I eat a lot of it (say, a serving of a baked good once daily for a few days) I get sick. But I've been using Trader Joes almond meal which is not blanched and has the skins. If I bought one of the expensive, blanched, skinless, finely ground flours, would that make a difference?

 

Hi AnnJay--

 

I buy my almonds in bulk from nuts.com -- then use a sealer to make one pound bags -- I eat them with a bit of salt, I grind them into flour and process them into almond butter or my favorite lately honey-almond butter.

 

I do buy 'Let's Do Organic' Coconut Flour....but had issues with almond flours I had purchased.

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Anyone in the mood for meatloaf?

I made a meatloaf with lots of diced (cooked) mushrooms. onions, carrot and celery. I cooked extra veggies and puréed them into a sauce with coconut oil and milk. Use LOTS of mushrooms and it is delicious! It was so nice to experience gravy again!

The meatloaf was good too, but the sauce really made it.

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Hi All, I was recently "diagnosed" with having a negative reaction to Gluten,Dairy, and NightShades. I am still learning how to eat. I think I have done a good job so far and deffenitely feel a lot better. Your comments and recipes in this thread are very informative but I was hoping some one could shed some light on the Paleo diet.. is this something worth following? Is it geared towards people with intolerances of those three food groups?

 

any info is greatly appreciated

 

thank you

Ray

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Hi All, I was recently "diagnosed" with having a negative reaction to Gluten,Dairy, and NightShades. I am still learning how to eat. I think I have done a good job so far and deffenitely feel a lot better. Your comments and recipes in this thread are very informative but I was hoping some one could shed some light on the Paleo diet.. is this something worth following? Is it geared towards people with intolerances of those three food groups?

 

any info is greatly appreciated

 

thank you

Ray

Hi Rayray,

 

Welcome to the forum! :)

I don't think the Paleo diet is designed specifically for these food intolerances.  It is mostly avoiding processed foods and grains in my understanding.  But if you are looking for a starting point on diet ideas it should work for that.

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