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Seraffa
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Quoted from chrissyA

Oh, okay... Let me try again... Let's see...

Manchego cheese
Gouda cheese
Pecans
Olive oil
Oatmeal
Avacado
Carrots
Ginger
Grapefruit
Lemon
Cinnamon
Coffee
Red wine


BTW -  I totally agree with you that black dots need not be treated as avoids. According to our favorite doctor they are only avoids for your washout period, then my understanding is that they become like a neutral that should be re-eliminated if, say, you don't feel well or feel like you're coming down with a bug. There's a lot of wiggle room here


OOoooooo  I want to wiggle, too.  


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Ice Cream!

Unless of course you implied "Something Compliant You'd Be Willing To Eat Every Day"


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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But, yes, I did mean Beneficials or at least Neutrals.


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Ice Cream!

Unless of course you implied "Something Compliant You'd Be Willing To Eat Every Day"




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Ginger tea, which I do have everyday.  eggs, chocolate, (I'd also like the brownie recipe, is it in the data base?) Salmon, most any fish.  (this is a new one for me I didn't use to like fish until swamix. (found new fishes to eat) Almonds and walnuts.  (That brownie recipe sure would come in handy) All are super foods for me.


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I love salmon.
Simple wild-caught salmon.
It can be grilled, poached, smoked, sautéed, roasted, baked...
I could eat it every day, somehow or other, maybe sometimes in a tiny portion, and that'd be just fine.

I love lamb, too, but I wouldn't want to eat it every day.
Nor turkey.
Nor cabbage.
Nor sweet potato.
Nor bread.
Nor nuts.
Nor beets.
Nor noodles.

Generically speaking, I'd say I love salad (fresh, raw greens-based combinations of vegetables) and could eat it every day, no problem.

Maybe brussels sprouts  
Maybe grapefruit, but not peaches. Not even plums, which I love-love-love. "Too much", they'd be, y'know?

So, I'll say: Salmon, some sort of citrus fruit, and some sort of salad are things I'd be "willing to" eat every day.
That and a dollop of heavy cream.  

And today I had salmon for late breakfast as well as for late lunch (or brunch and early dinner, whatever).  


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Choose one? Too hard...

Either pistachios (absolutely love!), or yogurt (comforting, balancing, healing).

The child in me votes pistachios, the adult in me chooses yogurt.
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There are a lot of foods I eat every day: onions, garlic,mushrooms, greens (though these might vary), eggs, sardines (most days) turkey, beef, carrots, sweet potatoes, ghee, green tea.....

I really do eat a lot of the same foods over and over, and I would probably benefit from more variety.


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Since I found ways to eat unsweetened chocolate, I could have chocolate every day.
I also love watermelon.
I could eat lettuce every day cuz it is the base of most salads.

As a Midwesterner, I probably could eat potatoes every day, but they are an avoid.  This past year, I have had them every few months with no apparent problem.  I just may have them when traveling or in a situation where there is little other choice. I used to eat butter about every day & could easily do that, altho I try to stick to olive oil for fat.

I'm sure that before the wheat ban, most of us could eat it every day as bread & sandwiches are so much a part of our culture. I ate little bread much of my life, but still it is dificult to avoid when eating out. No, I don't eat it - just saying that in general.  I got some rice bread free the other day & even eating that made me sleepy!


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Oh yes, I used to eat wheat daily, probably from the time I was 9 months old (or however old I was when my pediatrician gave Mom permission to feed me wheat) until I was low-carbing and decided to try dropping wheat from my diet. I'd  considered it earlier but decided it was too much work and expense for something I wasn't sure would help. Once grains became "a condiment, not  a staple" it was easy enough to substitute other grains.

I transitioned my kids more easily by substituting spelt products.


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I could eat tuna every day of the week and not get tired of it. Ever since I was a kid. Tuna salad, tuna right out of the can. With onion and tomato.

I do eat eggs every morning. Cage-free organic eggs. Yum.  





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Now that I'm off grains, I wanted to revamp my answer.

Some kind of almond product; yes, THAT I would eat every day.

In fact, been enjoying it so much, I think we should make something like "Almond Helper" in the food aisle at the grocery store   with the little nut on legs waving its hand.......mo more of that wheat macaroni stuff...


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Quoted from Dianne
Adzuki bean brownies that have pumpkin puree and are sweetened with glycerin! This is what I eat as my first meal of the day, usually after I've been up four hours or so. Who knew brownies could be so good for one's health?


Is your recipe anything like this one:
http://www.zenkimchi.com/FoodJournal/recipes/fusion/recipe-adzuki-bean-brownies/


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Salmon stew
steamed Brocolli
Beef stew



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Salmon stew

Tell us about this, please.



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Quoted from Chloe


Do you have a recipe for your brownies?  Sounds yummy!



Sorry Chloe and Spring I haven't been on this thread since I posted.

http://www.damyhealth.com and the recipe I used is called : "Clean Eating Two Bite Brownie". There are some wonderful snack options for all BTD/GTD that can be tweaked for our individuality. Be prepared to drool!!!! And...you'll probably be motivated to go buy your ingredients and bake A.S.A.P.

I add extra pumpkin puree and sometimes amaranth flour. I play around with it because I sometimes want to use up most of the can of pumpkin. Let us know how you make out and maybe a thread should be started with the success of tweaked recipes from this site all of us!  

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Tell us about this, please.



Sinigang - is a sour, tamarind(you can substitute guava,tomatoes,fish sauce and miso) flavored broth which can be made with fish, shellfish, pork or beef. When eaten with rice, it can be a meal in itself. This is an original Philippine dish

Tamarind can be substituted with anything that makes the broth sour - ie tomatoes, lemon juice etc.

My uncle is the one that cook it and most of the time I can only it at his house while helping and on restaurants. That is why I don`t know alot of details in it .

Here is the usual engredient and details


1. 6 cups of water to a boil, add 3 1/2 oz sliced onions and 3 1/2 oz sliced tomato. Simmer for about 5 mins.
2. Add 3 1/2 oz string beans, cut into 2 inches strips, 2 pcs chili or jalapeno peppers, 1/2 tbsp fish sauce, and 1 pouch of Philippine Tamarind Seasoning Mix. Continue to simmer for 3 mins, uncovered.
3. Add 1 lb salmon fish heads, simmer for another 3 minutes (or more if the salmon is not cooked yet). Turn off the heat, add 2 oz leafy green vegetable (e.g. spinach). Cover to steam cook vegetables.

Most of the time he adds salmon belly to.

What I love about this, is its sour taste of the soup



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Sinigang - is a sour, tamarind(you can substitute guava,tomatoes,fish sauce and miso) flavored broth which can be made with fish, shellfish, pork or beef. When eaten with rice, it can be a meal in itself. This is an original Philippine dish

Tamarind can be substituted with anything that makes the broth sour - ie tomatoes, lemon juice etc.

My uncle is the one that cook it and most of the time I can only it at his house while helping and on restaurants. That is why I don`t know alot of details in it .

Here is the usual engredient and details


1. 6 cups of water to a boil, add 3 1/2 oz sliced onions and 3 1/2 oz sliced tomato. Simmer for about 5 mins.
2. Add 3 1/2 oz string beans, cut into 2 inches strips, 2 pcs chili or jalapeno peppers, 1/2 tbsp fish sauce, and 1 pouch of Philippine Tamarind Seasoning Mix. Continue to simmer for 3 mins, uncovered.
3. Add 1 lb salmon fish heads, simmer for another 3 minutes (or more if the salmon is not cooked yet). Turn off the heat, add 2 oz leafy green vegetable (e.g. spinach). Cover to steam cook vegetables.

Most of the time he adds salmon belly to.

What I love about this, is its sour taste


This looks just delicious! Thanks.



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This looks just delicious! Thanks.



Your welcome sir


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my body-soul-and-mind need the rotation principe... if not they aren't content at all


Which one likes to eat what?  



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Your welcome sir

Anytime, ma'am.  



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Anytime, ma'am.  



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