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mandi
Wednesday, January 25, 2006, 3:01am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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who can help me? i've heard there is a nonnie email that comes around. how can i get put on the list? does anyone know?

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I applied to join it but never heard back from them.  I've forgotten the name of it now.


Kombu noodles are DELICIOUS (and wheat-free)
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I applied to join it but never heard back from them. I've forgotten the name of it now.


Same here


I am B- NON-Sec Explorer; my son is B+ SEC Nomad; my Mother was O+; and my Father was AB-
SWAMI Thanksgiving present 2008
Revised from Arlene B- NonSec to RedLilac on 3/31/06
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maybe we should start our own


Kombu noodles are DELICIOUS (and wheat-free)
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Or just keep this thread going as the Nonnie Clubhouse?


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mandi
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sounds good to me carol.  Are you currently on the e-mail list?
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Or just keep this thread going as the Nonnie Clubhouse?


That appears to be what some of the type B do.

One advantage of doing it here on the forum is everyone can benefit from the information sharing. Also any new nonnies can find it here.


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There is a Yahoo Group called Recipes4Nonsecretors which you can find here.  Apart from a lot of great recipes and cooking tips, there is discussion about the BTD in general, with a nonnie focus.


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Seeing as how none of us seems to know how to get on the existing email list, or whether there even is one now, Don has a good point.  If we do decide to keep a thread going for nonnies, then once we've decided on details, we should probably start a new thread with a more indicative title.


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Yes you should, I just took a peak here out of curiousity and look what I found, felt a llittle left out of this nonnie lovefest



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Laura,
You're a very important part of the nonnie Lovefest!  



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Thank you Victoria, but you crazy Oregonians, you love everything, I lived there, believe me I know about you crazy people



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You needn't start a new thread if you don't want to. Mandi (or a mod or admin) can change the title of this one if you would prefer...



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mandi
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now we have it our little nonnie discussion thread.  Lets try to keep this going for all the newbie nonnies
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Got my vote.  

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Thank you Victoria, but you crazy Oregonians, you love everything, I lived there, believe me I know about you crazy people


Hey nonnie,
Are you telling me you lived in Oregon, and now live in Tennessee?
I used to live in Tennessee and now live in Oregon.  

That's WAY COOL!  



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Hey, good idea to have a thread for us here.  The email list isn't very active, though it is informative and has lots of good recipes uploaded.  It's funny how much the nonsecretors have in common, regardless of their different blood types, so this is cool.  I'd love to see a book or cookbook just for nonsecretors...one day perhaps.


Type O+ blogger, secretor afterall. Gluten intolerant. With two gluten intolerant sons:  A+ Secretor 10 yo (also fructose intolerant and slightly egg allergic), and  O- 7yo.
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Melissa -- The only nonnie commonality I can think of off the top of my head is intolerance for most kinds of sugar.  Can you tell us more?


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All nonnies have less IAP then their secretor counterparts.


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And we all, in some way or another, have felt different from the rest of the human race, perhaps all our lives.

Am I the only one who feels this way?    Arggh!!  I'm different!!!  



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it is very informative and useful having this thread for all to share!!

although I m no nonnie, I basically follow the recommendations given to nonnies.

so I hope you all will share some of the recipes and tips given in the email list .......

I was thrown out of it literally, not being a nonnie, once upon a time!! (


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Don -- For the benefit of all us newbie nonnies, what does IAP stand for?  (Then if we still don't understand, we can go use that Search function that Lola's always talking about.)

Victoria -- Doesn't everyone feel like the odd one out?  I always have, but then I'm a nonnie.  Any of you folks with the visitor's passes care to share your feelings?

Lola -- You can stay, as long as you mind your manners!  

          But why do you follow the nonnie recommendations if you're not a nonnie?



Carol

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I don t do well with grains or sugars........
starch in general........

feel good eating this way.

maybe I m a weak secretor!! )

Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase......IAP


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If any of you folks own a "black" light (alias ultraviolet) and are willing to spit in the name of science, please check into the "I bought my black light" thread over on Little Fishes: http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?,v=display,b=rost,m=1138126776.

Thanks for your reply, Lola.  How about it gang, shall we make her an honorary nonnie?


Carol

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I'm in too!  One thing I have noticed about nonnies is the way we write!  We are entertaining!


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