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Tonya
Monday, April 2, 2007, 3:53pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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This may not be the right place to post this--sorry in advance.

Has anyone heard of or tried any "personal chef" kinds of services that does or can do menus that are Blood Type Diet compliant?
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Monday, April 2, 2007, 4:24pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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No...I find I like cooking the things I buy.  Then I know what is going into them.

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P.S.  I just need someone to do all those dishes afterwards.


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Tonya
Monday, April 2, 2007, 4:36pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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That's my problem--I can't cook, nor do I really like to.  Not a very good combination! =)
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Alia Vo
Tuesday, April 3, 2007, 2:11am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have never personally seen specific BTD chef services; however, you could hire your own personal chef and devise your own BTD menus for the chef to make.  Or you can show the prospective chef the thirty day menu samples in the back of CR4YT to generate meal ideas.

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If I could afford it, I would definitely hire one - maybe just for a month, especially to get new, creative ideas for my diet.  I'm not sure what you are looking for, but maybe a nutritionist could help you.
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Tonya
Tuesday, April 3, 2007, 12:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'll have to look into the personal chef thing.  That's absolutely what I need--someone to just cook the food for me, since my culinary skills are nonexistent.  Hopefully it isn't terribly expensive!
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try following the cook right book .......the recipes are very simple to follow, ......
freeze your meals for the week, in separate bags.

still I wish you luck finding a non expensive private chef, willing to add the right ingredients for a B in the mix....

as they say.....where there s a will, there s a way! lol


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Tonya -
If you do find someone, let us know how it works out.

If it were me, I would be absolutely insistent about a chef not using avoid ingredients or about cooking with items that contain avoids.  Only you can do that by educating yourself and looking at labels - then communicating that to the chef.  

It really took me a long time to filter down foods that contain avoids.  Example:  the first few months on eating right, I was just thrilled that Costco carried half gallons of soy milk.  One day, I just happened to read the label and found out it contained avoids.  A while later, I purchased a soy milk maker and started to make my own soy milk.  I also started looking for recipes in books and on the Internet to make rice milk and almond milk.

You'll get lots of ideas from people in the forum and in the recipe database.

Keep in touch, I'm anxious to see how you do.
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Tonya- I have BTD Type O meals delivered to me by a catering company, who was willing to make what I told them I wanted, so that I could better my health.  I receive fourteen meals a week, at the price of $7.00 a piece. They are cooked, sealed, frozen, & delivered weekly.
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Lola
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sounds very handy and practical, for those not practicing cooking.

do they have a web address?
phone number?
name?


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Tonya
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That does indeed sound handy, and the price is not at all bad for a place who will do BTD compliant meals!
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I will look up name and phone number and you can check and see if they will do it for other people.  I am the only one their doing it for now, as it is new to them.  They send a driver every week to deliver 14 meals.
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great, thanks!


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What a great idea for a business - BTD compliant meals.  I wish Seattle Sutton would add BTD compliance to her meals.  She would make a fortune if she would advertise right.  I'm sure those who use her services would be willing to try BTD meals for a month.  Once they did, they would be hooked after feeling better.
There are so many ideas for business using BTD.  As I've said before, I would love to see a nursing home with BTD food.
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I completely agree about the Seattle Sutton's thing. I actually did try their program not too long ago, and if it were BTD compliant I'd have stuck with it.  The price was high but not outrageous, and the food was actually pretty good.  I'd never tried rice pudding before that...yum!
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I found the information:  Western Reserve Catering
                                     1-866-375-6800 Ask for Jan (she's the owner) I hope she will want to get into this.
                 I miscalculated price, my meals are $7.50 not 7.00 as I thought.
                            consist of  meat and vegetables  (three compartments filled)
                 She did do what I needed at request.  I will be tweaking them soon with her and
                             her staff.
                                          Hope this helps.
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Tonya
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Thanks for the info!  If they can't do anything in my area, they may know someone who will. =)
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thanks!


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