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Raquel
Thursday, September 18, 2008, 2:42pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi all,
I just want to know what type of bread the nomads eat????

I get bored only with oats, millet, and rice
and lost too much weight , now I'm 1.70mt y 61 kg, the limit lower for me!!!!

What about wheat whole spelt, I donīt find in my list.

thanks all,


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I thought it was a black dot for Nomads.  You could try quinoa flour and make something out of it.  Or just quinoa all by itself is hard to beat.


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Good luck, Raquel.  I finally resigned myself to the fact that if I want to eat compliant bread, I would have to make it myself, which I don't have the time for with all the other foods that I make from scratch!  



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I posted a bread recipe on the recipe site here called Multi-grain flaxseed bread that you let sit overnight and then add leavening and bake, for my Nomad husband.  He loves it and uses it for lunch sandwiches.  It does have some spelt flour in it, not much, so there is some gluten,  but compared to the amount of gluten he was eating, this is very low and seems to agree with him. Letting the dough sit over night seems to help it hold together and not crumble too much.  It tastes good.  


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noooo similar thingies for US...da royals thweetheart.... just  go and let it be
no things for us... justamente n a d a

I posted 06 my private recipe of spelt breads...just little breads... and nope..just only makes us fat...

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Raquel
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Well, with BTD I've eating my ecologic whole spelt bread, made in from a Germany Bakery
Really I feel great eating it, I donīt have any problem with gluten, and any problem with fat or over weight.

So I'm looking for substitute bread for GTD...
I'll look the recipe, so I donīt have to much time to cook bread... at least I made Lola's Foccacia millet recipe, delicious!!!

thanks all for reply


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Joanne I get your recipe...Iīll try this week-end...
itīs similar to Lolaīs foccacia...


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DH uses rice cakes for everything.


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Yeah, I eat a lot of rice cakes too.  With some ghee.  Peanut butter.  Almond butter.  Throw a few craisins on top.  Man that's good!!!


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Rice and Millet with ghee so good!!!!



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DH uses rice cakes for everything.


I hate rice cakes.   It's like eating styrofoam. I'd rather use oat bran muffins or almond rolls.
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It's an acquired taste.  


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I hate rice cakes.   It's like eating styrofoam.




Well warriors can eat rye bread!!!
I still eat whole spelt products (and not cause me any health problem), because I bored eating only rice, oats, millet. BTD is good for me!!!


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Quoted from JoanneO
I posted a bread recipe on the recipe site here called Multi-grain flaxseed bread that you let sit overnight and then add leavening and bake, for my Nomad husband.  He loves it and uses it for lunch sandwiches.  It does have some spelt flour in it, not much, so there is some gluten,  but compared to the amount of gluten he was eating, this is very low and seems to agree with him. Letting the dough sit over night seems to help it hold together and not crumble too much.  It tastes good.  


Your recipe http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1053
looks good Joanne. My hubby loves to eat cheese and baguette as a midnight snack, but he tends to snore more  . Hopefully this recipe will yield good results. He didnt find the flaxseed foccasia bread enticing at all, but I love it.

Raquel, LakesLady posted a recipe using squash. I tried it and it's one of my all time favourites. Am not sure whether it is in the Recipe Central though...but it was in her blog..





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Raquel, LakesLady posted a recipe using squash. I tried it and it's one of my all time favourites. Am not sure whether it is in the Recipe Central though...but it was in her blog..





I'll try to find it...



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