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cindyt
Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 5:36pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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TJ I glad that you can eat eggs, be carefull with eggs with hormones  


Hormones are banned in chickens in the US.  But we have to watch out for antibiotics, and arsenic in the chicken feed.  Organic is always better

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Raquel
Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 5:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Yes,  the chicken feed is a problem   we have too be carefull !!
Eggs is a good source of amino.



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Raquel
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TJota,
I'm curious with your new GT,
now are you eating cheeses , dairy ???or not????  


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Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 7:00pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm eating butter, cream, and cottage cheese.  I have some Monterey Jack (a B-nonnie avoid) that I'm nibbling on until it's gone.  It's neutral on GT2.  I might just keep it, despite it's BTD status.  When I was visiting home last weekend I cheated and had sour cream a few times, but I'm inclined to think it didn't do any harm.  I can't find reasonably price farmer cheese or queso fresca/blanca here!

I think the biggest change I would see now with SWAMI is that I'd have more dairy products, and I might get back a couple of veggies.  I miss my yogurt, but staying away from it.  I think it's on there because it's no good for Os (the majority of Gatherers).  I think the same thing about navy beans (yes, I know they aren't dairy!)
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TJota,


Very funny.


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I'll mail you a container if you like.



Ribbit you are too kind.  I should've tried outpost.  I'll have to see if they have a website and mail stuff.  I don't think I'm going to be near one any time soon.

So what does amaranth taste like?  What's the texture?


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Very funny.


So am I Jota Jota?  My name is J.J.  



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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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Jota Jota.  Jota Jota! I don't know how to cook amaranth just plain.  I tried to cook it like quinoa and it was a miserable failure. I just grind it up into flour and use it because it's good for ya.  Plus it's a nice binder.


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add it to your fruit, or salad, or as cereal, raw if you wish...
taste is very plain and the texture is crunchy.

you can also toast it and use as cereal....

add to smoothies.....endless possibilities.


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Quoted from JJR
I should've tried outpost.  I'll have to see if they have a website and mail stuff.


Outpost has a website, but are not set up to ship products.


Nu-World sells amaranth seed and a variety of other amaranth products online.

(the blue typed words above are hyperlinks to the websites)


MIfHI                            I follow a SWAMI diet.

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Drive, get a rice cooker! You are right about it being a very useful tool! I love mine!
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TJOTA, and what about your back pain it's better with Gatherer diet???...

Spanish lesson No 1 : queso fresco blanco

I also need SWAMI because NOMAD not working as well BTD AB non, but my measure are NOMAD sure

ABNOW, you are JOTA JOTA, junior-junior????


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James Jacob.  


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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So what does amaranth taste like?  What's the texture?

It's quite bland, and the grains are very very tiny, like the head of a pin.  TMI alert here...but I noticed quite a lot went through relatively undigested...   Maybe grinding it into flour or "popping" it would make for more thorough digestion.

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Drive, get a rice cooker! You are right about it being a very useful tool! I love mine!

Roommate has decided to give me his.  Yay!

Quoted from Raquel
TJOTA, and what about your back pain it's better with Gatherer diet???...

It was already improved just by going back to BTD, but it hasn't gotten worse again on Gatherer.  I just need to give it enough time to fully heal!

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Spanish lesson No 1 : queso fresco blanco

So cheese is masculine in Spanish?

Quoted from Raquel
I also need SWAMI because NOMAD not working as well BTD AB non, but my measure are NOMAD sure

I'm sorry to hear this.  What have you noticed that isn't working as well?  Is your back hurting too???
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Can anyone recommend a rice cooker that has a very small capacity?  All I've seen around here make so much grain that it would go bad in my fridge before it was all eaten.



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Yeah!!!!!  I have another cohort.  AB also better for me than Nomad.  Yeah!!!!!  Well, at least I think so.  Either that or it was just detoxing me so well it was too much for my emotional state.

The AB diet is a good one!


I'm only saying yeah, because now I don't feel alone!!!


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JAMES JACOB,so nice or Jaime Jacobo in Spanish you are not alone, we are 2 royals as Isa say

Well, I noticed that nomad not working for me, because my sinus allergies come back, maybe for all cheese ('masculine' yes TJOTA ) and also my old lesion knee get worse. I think that it's because I increased cheese and in my BTD I only can take 1 porcion a week. So I stopped GTD and prefer  BTD no pain, no allergies


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Victoria, my rice cooker is by "Zojirushi", it's not that big. You can make any amount. In fact I am eating some millet leftover from last night which I cooked with one c. millet, and 3 c. water...came out beautifully cooked if somewhat mushy...after it sat a while it absorbed more water and by next day was perfect!
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I made millet "grits" for the family.  Everybody loved them.  DH put butter and cheese on his.


ISTJ, BTD since 5/05.  Battling chronic Lyme disease since ~1985.

"Everything is permissible for me, but not everything is beneficial..."  I Corinthians 6:12

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