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Kyosha Nim
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Mrs. T, last Thanksgiving I started a Holiday food thread.  I don't know if it's findable now, but I had a lot of compliant recipes there.  I don't know if they ever made it into the database or not.  But I had a stuffing recipe and cranberry sauce and I think a pumpkin pie too, but I'm not sure.  If you make them yourself you don't have to risk getting sick.

At Thanksgiving I always volunteer to bring the dishes I know are easy to tweak and others will still consider them edible.

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

Family: 3 As, 1 B, 1 AB, 1 O
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You can make your own cranberry sauce with fresh berries, just use veg. glycerine or agave to sweeten it.

I'll be deep in black dot territory for that day.  Probably not the day before or after, though (depending on how I do before then).

Type O+ Secretor.  Long time believer, currently redeeming myself from a decade or so of spotty compliance.  Mom of 2 (A & O), Wife of 1 (A).
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Kyosha Nim
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Twin, K has been eating the pickled beets I made for her and she had beeturia. It startled her too, but she knew what it was. So you're okay, I'm sure

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Genotype = Gatherer; BT/GTDer since 97 and lost 97
Kyosha Nim
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Quoted from Mrs T O+
BTW, aren't beets a dot for us gatherers?  It's one thing I miss.  ...I just checked the book. Yep, they are polka-dotted!

  Wing!  I just checked the book because I thought, surely Mrs. T. is wrong, they are not only a superfood for Gatherers but a diamond superfood at that.  Well:  NOT!  You are right.  They are a black-dot TTA.  Wild.  How did I get diamond SF from black-dot TTA?  The mind boggles.

Okay, well, good thing that the HFS never usually has these on sale, because they are usually too rich for my blood, price-wise, and now that I find out they are also too something or somethings, plural, for my genotype, the heck with 'em.  I will eat the remaining bag* at my leisure, but after that, THEY ARE DEAD TO ME!

* edited to add:  correction - I still have one and a half bags of the things to get through.  But then, DEAD TO ME!

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