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Raquel
Thursday, January 3, 2008, 7:22pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hello, I'm also NOMAD....

I don't know what type of gluten free bread we can eat? I usually eat rye bread 'beneficial' in LRFYT

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gluten free and corn free breads, those are the ones you can have, from your acceptable grains...and then on the toxin list
100% sprouted wheat and essene breads have black dots.
meaning, those can be introduced gradually after 6 months....
and avoid if there s a weight problem.


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Victoria
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Maybe LisaLea is talking about homemade kefir, which can taste like thin yogurt champagne.  



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Turkey is a problem for me since I don't know where I can buy organic and/or free-range turkey.  


I can find Shelton's free range ground turkey in my area. I did a store locator and this is what came up for Alabama--don't know if any of these are near you. I have no options for organic/free-range whole turkeys except around the holidays. I break down and buy Foster's Farms cutlets and tenderloin sometimes just to change things up but I don't feel great about it.  

http://www.sheltons.com/cgi-bin/sheltons/search.html



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These are from Kate's link for Sheldon's turkey:
     
Victory Market II
     5510 Hwy 280 S
     Birmingham
     AL
     35242
     
Garden Cove Produce Center
     628 Meridan Street
     Huntsville
     AL
     35801
     256-534-2683
Foods For Life
     1407- C North Memorial Parkway
     Huntsville
     AL
     35801
     256-533-2050
Manna Grocery
     2300 Mc Farland Boulevard #12
     Tuscaloosa
     AL
     35405
     205-752-9955

Sheldon's is my favorite turkey.  I buy the split turkey breasts and bake them.  I find them to be more juicy and tender than Diestel, which is still a good chemical-free turkey.  Diestel is sold at most Whole Foods stores.



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Don
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Quoted from kate4975
I can find Shelton's free range ground turkey in my area. I did a store locator and this is what came up for Alabama--don't know if any of these are near you. I have no options for organic/free-range whole turkeys except around the holidays. I break down and buy Foster's Farms cutlets and tenderloin sometimes just to change things up but I don't feel great about it.  

http://www.sheltons.com/cgi-bin/sheltons/search.html

Thanks, I hadn't gotten that far yet to check Shelton's website. I did check with the farmer that I buy grass-fed beef from today. He also sells pork and chicken, but no lamb, bison, or turkey.

I shop at the 2 Huntsville stores listed, but one is almost 100% vegetarian and they don't carry Shelton's Turkey products, except whole turkeys during the holiday season. I bought 2 from them this year. I might buy more if they have any left when I go in next time.

The other store occasionally carries some Shelton's products frozen and I think they will carry it all the time if I ask them. I currently don't shop there very often because they don't have much that I want, no fresh foods only processed.


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so I was just thinking about how beer is considered a superfood..but then it talks about how nomads especially are gluten intolerant and it bothers the digestive track..so how is beer a superfood when it contains barley malt, an avoid?
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American beer also often contains other things. Haven't touched it in years but I may try it in a few months.
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this is my beer of choice guys:
http://www.coopers.com.au/beer.php?id=127&pid=1

I'm pretty sure it's also available in the US as a boutique beer. Coopers have some fanatstic hops and barley malt beer varieties made without additives and fermented traditionally.

BTW Barley malt isn't listed as an avoid in the GTD lists under carbohydrates although barley is listed.
I'm assuming bm is a neutral for now, and that's because...

I'm having my first beer in ages tonight. It's summer here....


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Kefir is fizzy?  I don't think what I had was kefir, then.  It was much better described as "gluggy".


Yep ... a fermented effervescent beverage !!  
It's NOT to everyone's liking though that's for sure  
and
If I turn out to be a Gatherer ... kefir and yogurt is toxic for me, hence I'm really praying that I'm indeed a Nomad  


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I'm having my first beer in ages tonight. It's summer here....


Enjoy... along with a 'freshly washed' one, I hope  



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Quoted from Kristin


Enjoy... along with a 'freshly washed' one, I hope  



Kristen dear,
This is my first private joke with a fellow nomad.... I'm washing him down with my beer
eh


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Kristen dear,
This is my first private joke with a fellow nomad.... I'm washing him down with my beer
eh




And I'll raise my glass to that one.... bottoms up!


The true meaning of life is to plant trees under whose shade you do not expect to sit.

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girls, girls!!        



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Quoted from eh
this is my beer of choice guys:
http://www.coopers.com.au/beer.php?id=127&pid=1

I'm pretty sure it's also available in the US as a boutique beer. Coopers have some fanatstic hops and barley malt beer varieties made without additives and fermented traditionally.

BTW Barley malt isn't listed as an avoid in the GTD lists under carbohydrates although barley is listed.
I'm assuming bm is a neutral for now, and that's because...

I'm having my first beer in ages tonight. It's summer here....


oh I am going to miss coopers, how unaustralian that I will no longer be able to participate!  
But, enjoy eh!
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Quoted from Lola
gluten free and corn free breads, those are the ones you can have, from your acceptable grains...and then on the toxin list
100% sprouted wheat and essene breads have black dots.
meaning, those can be introduced gradually after 6 months....
and avoid if there s a weight problem.




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Quoted from Kristin




And I'll raise my glass to that one.... bottoms up!




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oh I am going to miss coopers, how unaustralian that I will no longer be able to participate!  
But, enjoy eh!


Bummmer, honeybee!


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Quoted from eh
this is my beer of choice guys:
http://www.coopers.com.au/beer.php?id=127&pid=1

I'm pretty sure it's also available in the US as a boutique beer. Coopers have some fanatstic hops and barley malt beer varieties made without additives and fermented traditionally.

BTW Barley malt isn't listed as an avoid in the GTD lists under carbohydrates although barley is listed.
I'm assuming bm is a neutral for now, and that's because...

I'm having my first beer in ages tonight. It's summer here....



well unfortunately..barley malt isn't a carbohydrate, its a condiment/additive and is listed as an avoid for nomads under this section..sorry
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well unfortunately..barley malt isn't a carbohydrate, its a condiment/additive and is listed as an avoid for nomads under this section..sorry


double bummmer, mm....still,  beer is listed as a superfood. I wonder why, too....


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well grapefruit was listed as a superfood so i thought i would add it to my routine..and i've had awful awful stomach aches..and that's the only thing i've done differently so i'm assuming thats the cultprit..no more grapefruit for me...i'm left with a very irritated stomach lining   somehow i gotta get it back on track
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As a nomad your stomach is sensitive...maybe try the grapefruit again after a few weeks on the new plan.


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I'm curious ...
What about rice cakes  
What kind of seasalt ... iodized or NOT
and
Pasta rice ... is that a Superfood on neutral
Thanks folks  


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Since rice cakes and rice pasta are not listed, I consider them neutral.

With salt, I stiil do not know if iodized is better or not. So what I do is keep several different types of salt in the house and rotate using them... so I am getting a mixture of the trace minerals in each. And different salts have different flavors too. Right now I have iodized sea salt (which I use the least of), Celtic grey salt, Himalayan pink salt, and Herbamare (herb flavored salt).

I use the grey salt in cooking, especially in soups and stews as it departs a wonderful, earthy flavor. I have some finely ground pink Himalayan for everyday use, and the Herbamare when I want a little more flavor.


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i'm indecisive about the rice cakes made of whole grain brown rice (superfood) and then rice pasta made of rice flour and rice bran (superfoods)..its hard to say..but i suppose i'll consider them neutral..sigh
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