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Lola
Sunday, June 6, 2010, 6:18am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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pimentos are simply red, right
those other ones are not pimentos


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Green Root
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Lola, I quote myself:
"I think it seems (based on pictures on typebase4) that pimentos are flatter around the stem, red peppers' stem is like valley rounded by mountains."
-> Is this funny sentence approximately right?

Medavida, I think also that pimentos are usually a little smaller than peppers.

I hope you can sprout seeds and legumes successfully someday My taster status (slight taster) doesn't affect my superfoods or toxins any way. And now I know also that I'm secretor based on saliva test. I strongly guessed that beforehand.

Jungle / wild peanuts really are different, their color is darker and taste more aromatic I think (and cost much more ). But I have left them to my wife who I suspect to be an A type

What, your kidneys don't stand more vegetable proteins...? Oh, hopefully mine will... because during last days I have eaten some foods of that group at least once a day.


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Lola
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even interpretations are unique!!


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medavida
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Green Root,

  Well as for the kidney, because I have problems with them doesn't mean you do.  I lived in sweden for a total of 12 years eating a typical scandinavian diet, and while I always have had some mild health problems my whole life it didn't really start to become really bad untill I was a foreing student for 5 years, I had problems with just about every organ.  It has taken me about 9 years to get where I am today.

  Been holding on to the promis of 3 John 1:2 "I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth." and Proverb 3:5-6

  Your wife isn't intrested in finding out about BTD/GTD?
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Green Root
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Many thanks again Lola and Medavida

Medavida, so you are originally from Canada and just lived in Sweden? Which were the worst foods there, grains and dairy (latter being yet worse in Finland because of homogenization of milk and some other dairy products)?

Thanks especially for the Bible verses, they were marvellous and encouraging When I told some friend a little time ago about my overwhelming interest of foods and BTD/GTD/SWAMI, she quoted Hebr. 13:9 "Be not carried about with divers and strange doctrines. For it is a good thing that the heart be established with grace; not with meats, which have not profited them that have been occupied therein."
-> although that verse can be interpreted different ways dependent on (a little unsuccessful) translations, bolded words show the point
Finnish translation doesn't mention meat but food. But if you know anything about what is attached with people's doings with false gods so you know they (nearly?) always offered to them just meat...

Yeah, she isn't yet so interested (she really lets me to do things my way), but you never know...


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medavida
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   Where I am from isn't really a simple answer, I am actually born on Åland, but I have not been back there since I was a toddler.  Mother is Swedish, father is First generation Canadian (Dutch background), I have got dual swedish/canadian citizenship, and I just found out last year that I am eligible for Finish too, but I don't see the point as it is part of the EU.  And we moved many times.....

  Well as for food, swedish food tasts much better, (I think it has much to do with the soil as well as it being an older culture), including dairy, and if we ignore the foods loaded with additives and preservatives, the quality of the food is also better, I can even handle the sweets/sugar better, my theory being that they use more beet sugar instead of Cane sugar....   As for grain...I ate lots of bread and dairy my whole life, and while I didn't do well on it in sweden (9 of my school years), I know my health got a whole lot worse once we moved back to Canada....and even more so as a studen in the US.  So I am guessing that even the grain is better....or maybe was.  I was in sweden last year, but I didn't dare eat anything with gluten in it.  

  Mean while in Canada..well at least wester part... I can get just about anything, especially when it comes to fruit and vegetables, all year long.  We have the large Asian population to thank for that.

  Yes Grace is good then it is God who does the work.  I do understand this overwhelming intrest in food, it is hard not to be when almost everything I put in my mouth has a consequence (good or bad).  God gave me a promis for a progressive healing, I believe it is because I am supposed to learn and understand all of this (including BTD/GTD).  He could have just made me well on the spot, but then I would never have changed my food habbits and life style.  And I wouldn't have been able to help my family either, my mother and at least two of my three brother (all hunters) suffer because of wrong food habbits.  My father a type A Teacher has always been sort of health conciouse, but is only now starting to have more health problems...so even he has been listening.
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Wow, very interesting to hear all that! I wouldn't have guessed your Åland background

I haven't noticed that almost everything food has some clear consequence, maybe I'm not so sensitive - but my gut has been in a quite ill condition especially last year when I cut the gluten out in August. Recovery has been slow, but although I can still have sometimes a little diarrhea, I have much better health. Hard to know all the reasons (to why I'm better but not yet so much better ), but although I probably am not coeliac, I believe the biggest singular improvement is that I cut the wheat gluten out. And the second that the work of Dr. Peter D'Adamo (and eventually God knows all that ) has pointed to me some better sources of protein and fat, for instance. And yes, although it's usually hard, it's very important to have many bad habbits and life styles killed... (for the flesh is weak and has to be killed )


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yes, while I don't know much about Åland I do know they are an idependant lot, like myself.  

  I takes time to figure out what effect a food has ones system....after a while you will start to see a pattern.  Sensitive or not, things that you may never have attibuted to food causing (at least in my case),  pain, rash, foggy brain, stiff joints, mild headaches, hyperactivity, anxity, sleeplesness....etc.  I used to attribute much of this mainly to stress or pushing my self to hard or not enough.

  Hmmm... as to having the flesh killed (I am asuming you are speaking of our old sin nature), I am so glad that Christ paid that price, and that he is my strength in my weakness, that he has begun a good work in me that he will complet.  Perhaps I am reading to much of the scandinavian perfectionism/idealism in you statment    If it applies, please don't be to hard on your self.
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Yes, although Åland belongs to Finland (they would have liked to belong to Sweden when thing was actual a long time ago), it is quite independent part of Scandinavia.

As an inhabitant of Finland I was lucky to hear that the quality of the food was better in Sweden than in Canada, but sad to hear that from Canadian view.

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... as to having the flesh killed (I am asuming you are speaking of our old sin nature), I am so glad that Christ paid that price, and that he is my strength in my weakness, that he has begun a good work in me that he will complet.


To that I have only one word: Amen!

I don't think I am too hard on myself - although I admit sometimes I just try to be because otherwise things go more bad than good way. I mean that is mostly more "shoulding" than "determining" (which I got feedback from when I joined this forum )... so I often need improvement in my attitude.


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The pimento is pointed at the end, away from the stem, and has a thicker flesh than sweet or hot peppers.

If you look in a garden catelogue, you may find the plant family names of the different types of peppers. I haven't looked at it all, but I think a pimento is a different family.

Here is one link: http://www.gardenguides.com/2935-pepper-sweet-pimiento-seeds-bulbs.html

I know the role of pimentos in cooking is quite different from the role of sweet Bell peppers (green, yellow, red or purple) or the role of hot peppers.

I am surprised the Finnish language doesn't have different names.

Perhaps none of these plants grow there?  
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I've found the information about the black dots to be pretty correct, not sure when I would ever be through detox to be able to not have any reaction to.....   Generally though foods like carrots and wine aren't too bad, though I seem to be going through a detox all over again, have had some diarrhea lately.  I try not to worry about it.  Butter and ghee I've found help as much as anything else- all those years I ate my kale I really wish I'd used ghee instead of olive oil.  But oh well I can go forward and know that I will likely never have any major health problems in the future thanks to this diet.
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