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mm134684
Friday, March 21, 2008, 1:07pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thnx Lola :O)
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Betul Ozmen
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Quoted from Lola
perhaps a teaspoon of each.....
Brighid might be more help there....


For baking soda to lemon juice ratio...
In my very old cooking book, it says, put a teaspoonful of plain soda into the juice of half a lemon.

Love,
Betul

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I like to keep some tins of sardines handy for when I am really hungry and have little time to cook. Yesterday, my daughter and I had some errands to run and when I got home was famished. I just grabbed the can of sardines and had a rice cake. That saved me from devouring something I know is not good for me (of course, not too much of that is left in my kitchen). Wal-Mart has sardines for $.50 a can packed in spring water.


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Lisalea
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Lisalea,
are you now a fully tested Nomad?


I'm a self proclaimed Nomad Lolita  
unless I've calculated wrong; which I really hope NOT  
Cheers  


The older I get, the more wide-eyed I become.  
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Kyosha Nim
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On the first page, someone mentioned rooibos tea. It tastes wonderful & is at least neutral for all GTs, so enjoy!
Finally, after so many years, I can have a tea that tastes good, can make over a quart with one teabag(at least for me) & has NO evil caffiene!!!!

Mrs "T" , enjoying great Tea!!


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Well they had a great sell on leg of lamb today. $2.99 per pound for a half that was big enough to be mutton and $1.99 a pound for a 2 pound roast that looked like the big  end of a leg. Just right for the crockpot. Also got some split peas, canned carrot, canned beets, sardines in olive oil(a bit pricey), goat cheese, and neuchaftel cheese, cage free eggs.
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Mayflowers
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Mr. Gulfcoast Guy,

  Mind if I ask if you are a picky eater?  My B son is so picky, he doesn't even like cheese on a sandwich. Un-believable.
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Victoria
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There are some foods that I was not eating before the GTD, and I'm enjoying them a lot:

Manchego
Cheese!  
split Sheldon's Turkey Breasts, baked in my toaster oven.  I rub with ghee, and sprinkle with paprika, onion and garlic powder and Himalayan crystal salt.
Eden foods canned Great Northern Beans!  My lastest "fast food".    Well heated, with maybe some fresh red onion sauteed in ghee, some fresh parsley, and sprinkled with grated manchego.
Wild Planet brand canned Minimal Mercury Albacore Tuna.
Oat Bran, cooked as a hot breakfast cereal.
Coconut oil, organic, extra virgin!  I like a tsp. every day on my baked sweet potato.  
Dried Turkish Apricots as a snack, with walnuts or soft boiled eggs.

Love, Love, Love the Nomad diet!!  



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Let me not pass you by in quest
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Mayflower, I'm not picky at all. That would be my younger O sister that you are thinking of. I have been BTDing long enough that I won't eat trash though which can make me seem picky to non BTD people. Other than avoids, I will confess to 2 dislikes, lima beans and rhutabagas. Of course I was raised not to be picky, if it wasn't in the garden, the grass fed beef in the freezer, of the staples Mom picked up at the PigglyWiggly you weren't getting it. Sis was the baby and got cut some slack but it was still a choice of what was in the house.
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Mayflower, I'm not picky at all. That would be my younger O sister that you are thinking of. I have been BTDing long enough that I won't eat trash though which can make me seem picky to non BTD people. Other than avoids, I will confess to 2 dislikes, lima beans and rhutabagas. Of course I was raised not to be picky, if it wasn't in the garden, the grass fed beef in the freezer, of the staples Mom picked up at the PigglyWiggly you weren't getting it. Sis was the baby and got cut some slack but it was still a choice of what was in the house.


My other son is an O.  He's not as picky as my B son. My O son actually likes vegetables.  It must be an individual thing...
My sisters kids are worse at being picky.  Unless it just runs in the family..
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Love, Love, Love the Nomad diet!!  


Until I found out my secretor status I was stuck between Explorer and Nomad. After being on the Explorer diet I am really, really glad to be a Nomad.


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The Nomad diet is very easy to follow, in my opinion.  My B daughter, who is a Gatherer had such a hard time following her genotype diet, she has gone back to eating as a B non-secretor.



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are nomads who believe they are gluten intolerant eating any form of oats?  I have been eating one kind of oat bran and then switched to another and had an upset stomach, and now that I switched back my sotmach is still irritated and its the only thing I've done differently, so I'm wondering if it's the culprit.  Knowing nomads can be gluten intolerant and are supposed to be avoiding gluten to repair the digestive track, I was surprised to begin with that it was on the list.
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i dont rele understand the whole gluten thing.
i have no idea if i am intolerant but i love oatmeal and it never makes my stomach upset!
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Oats ,by themselves, are glutein free. However they are often processed on the same equipment that wheat and other glutein containing grains are and some relatively minor(as long as you are not celiac) contamination creeps in. Personally regular oatmeal doesn't bother me but I have some glutein tolerance as long as I don't overdo it.
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Gluten appears to have been a major contributor to my decades-long irritable bowels, and when I eliminated gluten grains, the benefits were impressive.  I love hot oat bran cereal, but seem to get low blood sugar within a couple of hours.  If I try adding some protein, such as eggs, I'll get heartburn.  I don't think either of those are gluten issues, but I could be wrong about it.



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Tonight,  I ate brown rice spaghettis with 2 eggs, spinach, lots of onions, a tablespoon of EVOO, a tablespoon of NYF ... topped with lots of parsley ... it was so incredibly delicious !! Yum yum  


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