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Mayflowers
Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 4:48pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Hi Sage,
Welcome   for the buttermilk you can sub plain kefir. That works.
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I got back some results..my cholesterol came down 36 points. Oh lecithin non-believers...attend!  HDL.. 69
My celiac panel was negative.  Very interesting.. Since Enterolab said I was gluten intolerant... who to believe?  My vitamin D is low 26.6.  Supposed to be 32 or higher..(?)   Doctor I work with thinks it's a scam for the drug companies. He said everyone's got low vitamin D according to their scale.
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Lentil soup is good. I've always liked beans..My favorite is black bean soup and split pea soup. I have a lemony lentil recipe that's really good. It has slices of lemon in it..

Care to share that recipe Mayflowers?  A recipe that incorporates both lentil and lemon sounds like delicious medicine straight from Mother Earth to my ears or, ummm, stomach.  

I just recently discovered Lentils despite using beans as my main source of protein for many years now.  I was really disappointed to learn that kidney beans were avoids.  However, I quickly got over the separation anxiety upon my discovery of lentils.  Although they taste nothing like kidney beans they certainly don't give me that miserable feeling which I used to think was satiation.    

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try sprouting the lentils or any legume in your list, before cooking......3 to 4 days after soaking all night in a colander, keep them covered with cloth and rinse them twice daily......feel the goodness!


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Mayflowers
Wednesday, May 19, 2010, 4:05pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Quoted from MileHighRob

Care to share that recipe Mayflowers?  A recipe that incorporates both lentil and lemon sounds like delicious medicine straight from Mother Earth to my ears or, ummm, stomach.  


Hi Rob,
Sure. No problem! I'm at work so when I get home I'll get the cook book out that has it. It calls for home made vegetable stock also!! yummo.  

As far as kidney beans, you can have the white kidney beans instead. Those are ok to eat.  
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I've decided to introduce a new beneficial from my Swami every week. This week I started eating pinto beans mashed with farmer's cheese. It's like a healthy pintos and cheese alternative.
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Andrea, do you partake of dairy or do you choose to avoid it?  I was allergic to dairy and then out grew it..

Doesn't sound like a true allergy. We are lactose intolerant as A's it may not be full blown like some people but it is B and we are A. Bad blood transfusion for us.


I eat yogurt  or kefir every day  probably more then I should but my weight is stable for now so I feel it is ok. Very rarely will I eat goat cheese. If I eat any cheese it is usually  a small piece like at work, they had some brie that no one was eating so I had a piece .
I also try and keep in mind my sister tribe of Teacher and eat something from her list .  Ah to have been a B... how my life would be different.


My reaction to milk products and some avoids is that I get a bottom rash/ chaffing.. sort of embarrassing,  it must make bad bacteria grow in me. It goes away quickly.


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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Mayflowers
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec

Doesn't sound like a true allergy. We are lactose intolerant as A's it may not be full blown like some people but it is B and we are A. Bad blood transfusion for us.


When I was a baby, my mother said she had to boil milk and mix a formula for me because I was allergic to regular cow's milk. Some how boiling it ..changed the protein so I could digest it..?
But I had chronic D up until I was 7 years old and my mother ...God rest her soul, didn't realize it was a milk allergy and tried everything to get it to stop..all the time giving me milk every day on cereal  . I finally out grew the D part but I continued to have a stuffed up nose till I was 14. I didn't have any problems with dairy after that until maybe M and now when I eat cheese, my nose stuffs up for an hour or so after I eat it. Like my allergy is coming back again.  

I don't drink cow's milk. Since I started the GTD, I drink soy or almond milk. I never liked cow's milk to drink.  I love soy milk.. I can tolerate yogurt. It doesn't seem to stuff up my nose.   The odd thing is that I went off dairy while I've been sick with the bronchitis/cold and the last few days, my anxiety is flaring up.    .  I was going to try to stay off dairy but what can I eat to keep up the calcium?  My body notices the difference between dairy calcium and calcium added to fortify soy milk.
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Sharon, that combo sounds like a complete protein for your physiology


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I was going to try to stay off dairy but what can I eat to keep up the calcium?  My body notices the difference between dairy calcium and calcium added to fortify soy milk.

My recommendation is to drink or use bone broth in soups, or for cooking brown rice or beans... I usually cook the turkey carcass with some lemon juice to help pull calcium out of the bones.


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I started eating pinto beans mashed with farmer's cheese.

I have been eating pinto beans, brussels sprouts, garlic and/or curry powder, and cottage cheese.  I usually don't bother to mash them, since I am using canned beans that are pretty soft already.


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Quoted from Lola
Sharon, that combo sounds like a complete protein for your physiology


Thanks, Lola! I got the idea from the recent "bean" thread and from a comment you made about combining beans and how to make complete proteins. Adding a new beneficial everyday and combining them together with other beneficials or a genoharmonic combination is so much fun!
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Quoted from ABJoe

My recommendation is to drink or use bone broth in soups, or for cooking brown rice or beans... I usually cook the turkey carcass with some lemon juice to help pull calcium out of the bones.


Thanks Joe. I'm definitely going to try doing that with turkey. That would make a great stock.
It appears the only dairy that doesn't stuff up my nose is yogurt.  I made a smoothie today..I used soy milk, plain yogurt, lecithin, ground flax seed, stevia and frozen blackberries/blueberries. plus 3 scoops of soy protein powder.  In the vitamix. It was tasty.
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Wow! Had the yummiest meal tonight!

Spinach, Artichoke and Mushroom Pasta

1 pkg rice noodles
1 can artichokes
sautéed onions
sliced mushrooms
fresh spinach
ghee or walnut oil

I shredded some soy cheese on it. The nicely cooked spinach with the mushrooms and artichokes and pasta... It's such a shame I was the only one enjoying it!


O positive baby boy.
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Hey chris that sounds really tasty!  

I just entered the Lemony Lentil Soup.  

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1290
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I just entered the Lemony Lentil Soup.  
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1290

Much thanks MF

It sounds delicious... can't wait to try it!
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Here's a recipe for a fast green smoothie:

Start with Iced green tea then add, frozen blackberries (unsweetened of course) I then added
Lecithin, Harmonia, Green Magma (barley sprout powder), powdered kelp for that iodine we need, and ground flax seed.  I usually also add fresh spinach but I was out.. Plus I add one or 2 pkts of stevia.. Whirl in the vitamix and serve. It's icy cold from the frozen blackberries!  
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Quoted from MileHighRob

Much thanks MF

It sounds delicious... can't wait to try it!


My pleasure Rob!  
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I was going to try to stay off dairy but what can I eat to keep up the calcium?  My body notices the difference between dairy calcium and calcium added to fortify soy milk.


I don't eat a lot of dairy, either, but get my calcium from the loads of leafy green veggies I eat. I've been told that vegetable calcium is actually better assimilated into the body than dairy calcium and that the Dairy Board is just spouting propaganda when they say otherwise. (Read Marketing Ploy).

Here's another: On the back of the Nutella jar there is a statement that says...a glass of orange juice, a slice of toast with nutella, and a glass of milk is a healthy balanced breakfast...or something to that effect.



It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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I don't eat fish very well. I'm trying though.

Can anyone suggest a bread? I ate two slices of Quinoa bread
this morning and it almost put me to sleep. Maybe the wheat/gluten
in it? It's not an avoid on my list, but maybe my body doesn't like it.
First time I've tried it.

Otherwise eat a berry/yogurt/soy milk/lecithin/chocolate chip smoothie
with a spoon for breakfast....almost addicted to it. I'm not sure
I can have yogurt EVERY morning, but I'm doing the best I can.

This is a good thread - thanks Mayflowers!


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Can anyone suggest a bread? I ate two slices of Quinoa bread
this morning and it almost put me to sleep. Maybe the wheat/gluten
in it? It's not an avoid on my list, but maybe my body doesn't like it.
First time I've tried it.

We have determined that we just can't eat any wheat for the present at our house.  We still do spelt muffins and seem to be OK with them, but not every day.

I don't eat a loaf bread anymore...  
I use rice cakes with ghee and peanut butter or sardines.  I even had a turkey burger open-face on a rice cake, although you have to eat over a plate to catch the falling rice bits...
I make rye, oatmeal and flax pancakes and eat with fruit and maple syrup.  Leftover, they can be used in place of slices of bread.

I know there is a Flax Focaccia bread recipe in the data base here that many people like...


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I use thin rice cakes for "bread". In the morning sometimes I like to make an egg and cheese " rice cake sandwich". Farmer cheese is a beneficial for me so I usually make it with farmer cheese (beneficial) or manchego cheese (neutral).
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Quoted from Sharon
I use thin rice cakes for "bread". In the morning sometimes I like to make an egg and cheese " rice cake sandwich". Farmer cheese is a beneficial for me so I usually make it with farmer cheese (beneficial) or manchego cheese (neutral).


Can't you have wheat?  I have whole wheat toast in the morning.  I despise rice cakes blah.. Whole wheat is a beneficial for me..also spelt.  
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It's a bene for me, too. I think it makes me tired though.
I think I'll avoid for 60 days and see what happens.

Mayflowers: what kind of whole wheat toast do you use?
I really don't mind the rice cakes, but once in a while
it's easier to have bread (like for a turkey burger
Thanks!


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I don't eat fish very well. I'm trying though.
Can anyone suggest a bread? I ate two slices of Quinoa bread
this morning and it almost put me to sleep. Maybe the wheat/gluten
in it? !


Hi,
  You can't have wheat? I have whole wheat bread that I buy with no HFC in it. I also make spelt bread in my bread machine and I'll make spelt biscuits sometimes. Spelt is a lot easier to digest than regular wheat.  That's why wheat is so good for us A's.. The sleepy affect is good for keeping our stress down..which we need to do. I always feel more strung out when I don't have wheat.. But Dr. D said wheat causes us to also gain weight so we need to not eat tons...like I did the other day. I bought  a loaf of rye bread and it was soooo tasty.. I had a few slices...
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