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SheriBerry
Monday, April 14, 2008, 8:26pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ribbit, you said it all  so well...
And  the interesting thing is, is that once you've been eating the proper foods for awhile, the bad foods affect  you even MORE than  they did before... I'm sure   other people have experienced this...
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Well, yes and no.  I would have said the same thing 6 months ago.  Once I switched to the Warrior diet, and once I added ghee to my daily routine, I can occasionally have something as heinous as wedding cake and it not bother me at all.  Pretty cool, huh?  But 6 months ago I wouldn't have even dared to eat a bite because I'd have a dairy reaction ... at the very least.


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Quoted from Ribbit

Several years ago I put together a little book I called "Safe Recipes."  By "safe" I mean mostly allergen-free (though many recipes contain soy because at that time we could all eat that).  


Ribbit, was the book published?    And if it was, what is the title?


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No, it wasn't published, it's just typed up on my computer.  I printed out several copies for friends and I have one in my kitchen that I refer to, but again: there's lots and lots of avoids used in the recipes because I didn't know better.  Now I'd feel terrible about recommending a bread recipe that called for xanthan gum. I can start a thread and post all the recipes and people can change them as they want, if anybody's interested.


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I can start a thread and post all the recipes and people can change them as they want, if anybody's interested.


Are you kidding? anybody interested? are you kidding? did I say that already?        yes, please....  



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My husband told me several years ago we should set up a website for my recipes, but we never did it.  Now I wish we had....but again, most of them have to be significantly changed.  If you'll hold your horses I'll have a brand new set of them out, using golden flax meal.  I've got a batch of Cardamom Muffins in the oven as we speak.  But sure--I'll copy/paste them into a thread.  Give me a day or two to fix some typos.


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.  If you'll hold your horses I'll have a brand new set of them out, using golden flax meal.  But sure--I'll copy/paste them into a thread.  Give me a day or two to fix some typos.


We'll wait as long as we need. We are at your mercy .     You are such a sweetheart for taking the time to do this. A big hand for ya.....



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That's what happens to me too Ribbit! I've never met anyone who reacted to wheat like me until you just posted! Try to tell people wheat affects me mentally and they give me a strange look.  I also got anxiety from it.  I'm hoping also that the Warrior diet will clear up the problems so I can enjoy wheat again..


I have found out since going gluten-free that wheat (gluten) changes my personality - I am a totally different person! I even see differences in my handwriting being neater since off the gluten.  Anxiety/Depression run throughout my family also.  I am so glad to have a place where people understand. Thanks for sharing your stories on how wheat affects you!

Tea Rose






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