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I would just like to thank everyone who has sent me encouragment through the comments this week.
I hope you all continue the journey and enjoy everyone's blog, we all have different stories to tell.
Thanks for your comments this week. I hope I have answered the questions for you in my postings.
The recipe for the bread was posted for you in yesterdays blog.
Hope you enjoy it.
Don’t forget the recipe database for other ideas.
Thanks for your words of encouragement, you can keep the snow by the way. Keep sneaking a few beneficial foods into your daughters diet and eliminating or reducing some of the avoids. She may never even notice !!
Welcome to the BTD family. The weakness you are feeling after a Month may be your body going through a detox. Please if you are unsure of anything contact your own Doctor or alternatively post a message to Heidi’s column on this web site.
In answer to your question Miso is a fermented soybean paste, traditionally used in Asia. It has adapted to Western cuisine very well and can be used in soups stews casseroles, in fact almost anything that needs a flavour lift. As a vegetarian which I am it is also high in B group vitamins. For more information please go to
what is Miso
I hope you are enjoying your Muesli.
I can’t help you with your fish question unfortunately, as a practising vegetarian for over 15 years and someone who had a nasty reaction even to the smell of fish prior to that it is a subject I haven’t given any attention to. Maybe you could pose your question to Heidi on her segment on the main board.
Fish is particularly confusing as the same fish can be called different things in different parts of Australia as well as around the World. Maybe you could pose a question to Dr D’Adamo via this site to see if there is a cross reference list for fish species around the World.