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slyparrot
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Lookie!  Lookie!  Dr. D gave us our own forum!!!  We really are special!!!

Lola,  You're gonna have to post a really exceptional and phenomenal nonnie recipe for nonnie initiation!  Ha-Ha!









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Great!  What should we do here?


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It's cool that we got our very own nonnie forum now. I feel honored to be part of this group!  
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Quoted from Victoria
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?

That'd be a resounding "NO, you are not the only one who feels that way!" from me! I've always felt extremely different from the other members of my own species. Not sure if it is all about being a nonnie in my case, but I do believe that nonniehood is at least a player in the mix.



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ummmmmmmmmm..........can I say...........ditto



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When I was growing up, I used to look around at everyone, and wonder to myself how they all knew the rules to the game and I didn't.  Maybe only on a nonnie board would that make sense.

I genuinely wondered if there had been a mistake, and maybe I had been born to the wrong family or wrong town, or maybe I had been put on the wrong planet.  I felt that different.  I wasn't interested in the things others were.  I didn't have anything to say when others were talking.  I had plenty to say, but no one was interested in the things in my head.  And I had plenty of interests. They just didn't seem to be shared by anyone.

I was raised in a coal mining town in Eastern Ky.  When I was a kid, I used to do yoga poses a lot, but I had never heard of yoga.  I did shoulder stands, cobra, the bow, alternate nostril breathing.  My mother used to gather her friends around to watch me touch the soles of my feet to the top of my head.  They thought it was cute.  It wasn't until Lilias came on tv years later, that I saw that I wasn't crazy.



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I hope I can join you club one day. I haven't had my status checked yet. I don't know what I would do if it came back secretor. I already give up all dairy and red meat , I don't know if I could handle giving up tomatoes. Maybe soon I will come up with the courage and money to have the test done.
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thats so weird.  I've always told my husband that i'm different than most people.  must be a nonnie thing.
i'm so excited about tis post.
someone needs to start posting some recipes and other things they've noticed being a nonnie.  I'm to new to really say much now.
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Quoted from Carol_the_Dabbler
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?


Being a family of As and Os, there are a lot of other similarities...the sugar is the biggest one, but also tomatoes, bananas, sweet potatoes, no corn, etc. The sugar and tomatoes can make a lot of difference in common recipes. Beyond food though, we have similar health challenges and just the commonality of having to be more strict with our food choices, or suffer the consequences. In a way, we're all going through a refiner's fire at much higher temperatures than other blood type dieters.


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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I just saw on another thread that nonnies tend to have more trouble with their teeth.  I still have virtually all of my teeth, but only a few that have no fillings.  Hubby (the suspected secretor) has no fillings at all, and even has functional wisdom teeth!

Victoria -- Whoo, yeah, me too!  I never invented yoga, but I always wanted to do things from square one, so I'd understand them fully.  Like when our art class did textile painting, most of the kids ordered a stencil out of a book, but I designed my own pattern and cut the stencil myself.  It was just a little basket of stylized flowers for the corner of a hankie, but it was mine.

A friend says, though, that nobody knows the rules, they're all just faking it....


Carol

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sorry if i would look on, i would see there are other threads in this forum. duh!
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Here is a list of foods that (I think) are avoid for all nonnies.

Some of the foods are avoids for everyone like pork so I marked them with a "*".

Bacon/Ham/Pork *
Conch *
Crab
Crab (horseshoe)
American Cheese *
Blue Cheese *
Camembert Cheese
Emmenthal Cheese
Parmesan Cheese
Provolone Cheese
Swiss Cheese
Corn Oil *
Cottonseed Oil *
Safflower Oil
Cashew/Cashew Butter
Pistachio
Sunflower Seed/ Sunflower Seed Butter
Garbanzo Bean (Chickpea)
Corn (all)
Cornmeal
Popcorn
Wheat (Germ)
Wheat (Gluten Flour Products)
Wheat (Refined Unbleached)
Wheat (Semolina Flour Products)
Wheat (White Flour Products)
Wheat (Whole Wheat Products)
Agar
Juniper
Olive (Black) *
Rhubarb *
Bitter Melon *
Cantaloupe
Honeydew
Acacia (Arabic Gum) *
Cornstarch
Pepper (Black/White) *
Aspartame *
Corn Syrup
Dextrose
Invert sugar
Maltodextrin
Sucanat
Sugar (Brown/White)
Carrageenan *
Guar Gum *
Mustard (with vinegar and wheat)
Pickle Relish
Soda (Misc/Diet/Cola) *


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Here is a list of foods that (I think) are beneficial for all nonnies.

Some of the foods are beneficial for everyone like cod so I marked them with a "*".

Cod *
Mackerel
Sardine
Olive Oil *
Walnut Oil
Walnut (Black) *
Walnut (English)
Beet Greens *
Broccoli *
Collard Greens *
Ginger
Kale *
Blueberry
Cherry (all)
Cherry Juice (Black)
Fig (Fresh/Dried)
Plum (Dark/Green/Red) *
Yeast (Brewers/Nutritional)
Green Tea *
Wine (Red)


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Don,
you have won your entrance into this nonnie group, with your two great lists! )

let s see what I come up with to be accepted!

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Lola,  You're gonna have to post a really exceptional and phenomenal nonnie recipe for nonnie initiation!  Ha-Ha!


anything special you guys want?? lol


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Laura,
I loved your blog today.  A tribute to nonnies!  An anthem for nonnies!
"I don't eat wheat, cause I don't secrete!"

Thanks, I love the friendship.



p.s. ok, so I'm an Oregonian and we "love" everything!    But hey!  I can think of worse traits to have!



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Quoted from lola

let s see what I come up with to be accepted!


anything special you guys want?? lol



Lola,
If I could have my way, I'd like to see you drop in everyday and just visit, like a favorite neighbor!   Nonnies need "regular" people too.





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Hey Lola, after all you don't eat wheat..................

Ok, here is a recipe challenge for you, I have a birthday coming up, I want to fix a meal that is not just my usual fare, spice me up Lola



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Quoted from Edna

That'd be a resounding "NO, you are not the only one who feels that way!" from me! I've always felt extremely different from the other members of my own species. Not sure if it is all about being a nonnie in my case, but I do believe that nonniehood is at least a player in the mix.



I've always felt different even from those whose share some of my eccentricities.  But at least now I feel connected to others on this thread with my weird (to others) food preferences.



I am B- NON-Sec Explorer; my son is B+ SEC Nomad; my Mother was O+; and my Father was AB-
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Quoted from Victoria
When I was growing up, I used to look around at everyone, and wonder to myself how they all knew the rules to the game and I didn't.

I felt that different.  I wasn't interested in the things others were.  I didn't have anything to say when others were talking.  I had plenty to say, but no one was interested in the things in my head



Me Too!  I am not a player at work either.  When situations force me to do so it will cause extreme stress and exhaustion on my entire system.

We need to have a nonnie's get-together at the next btd conference!  Along with a nonnie's cook-off!


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Hey Victoria,

Seeing that you are from Oregon, can you recommend a fishing company who can send me some fresh wild caught salmon?  WF only has farm raised....lately anyway.  Oregon has the BEST salmon!


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oooo Don shrinked our foodlists ......typical O-style to say what we've had to eat
and yes.... Peppy-Twist is right- dito all the others and until now but soon
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Hey,
Let's think about Don's great bennie-for-all list and come up with a few recipes for our nonnie-clubhouse cyberparty! Post 'em on the nonnie recipe thread!


(formerly plhartless).

"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well."
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That was the reason I posted the lists.  I thought they might help kick start the process of coming up with nonnie beneficial recipes that are compliant for all nonnies.


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thanks father of all nonnies and moah's  
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Here is a list of foods that (I think) are neutral or beneficial for all nonnies, since most recipes aren't made of all beneficial items.

Category/Food
Meat     Goat
Meat     Lamb
Meat     Mutton
Meat     Ostrich
Meat     Pheasant
Meat     Rabbit
Meat     Turkey
Fish     Bluefish
Fish     Bullhead
Fish     Butterfish
Fish     Carp
Fish     Caviar
Fish     Chub
Fish     Cod
Fish     Croaker
Fish     Cusk
Fish     Drum
Fish     Grouper
Fish     Halfmoon Fish
Fish     Harvest Fish
Fish     Herring
Fish     Mackerel
Fish     Mahi-mahi
Fish     Monkfish
Fish     Mullet
Fish     Opaleye Fish
Fish     Orange Roughy
Fish     Parrotfish
Fish     Perch (Ocean)
Fish     Perch (Silver)
Fish     Perch (White)
Fish     Perch (Yellow)
Fish     Pickerel
Fish     Pike
Fish     Pompano
Fish     Porgy
Fish     Red Snapper
Fish     Rosefish
Fish     Sailfish
Fish     Salmon
Fish     Sardine
Fish     Scrod
Fish     Scup
Fish     Shad
Fish     Shark
Fish     Smelt
Fish     Snail (Helix Pomatia/Escargot)
Fish     Sturgeon
Fish     Sucker
Fish     Sunfish
Fish     Swordfish
Fish     Tilapia
Fish     Tilefish
Fish     Tuna
Fish     Weakfish
Fish     Whitefish
Egg     Egg (chicken)
Egg     Egg White (chicken)
Egg     Egg Yolk (chicken)
Dairy     Ghee (Clarified Butter)
Oil     Almond Oil
Oil     Black Currant Seed Oil
Oil     Flax Seed (Linseed) Oil
Oil     Olive Oil
Oil     Walnut Oil
Nut/Seed     Almond/Almond Butter
Nut/Seed     Butternut
Nut/Seed     Flax Seed (Linseed)
Nut/Seed     Hickory
Nut/Seed     Macadamia
Nut/Seed     Pecan/Pecan Butter
Nut/Seed     Walnut (Black)
Nut/Seed     Walnut (English)
Bean/Legume     Cannellini Bean
Bean/Legume     Green/Snap/String Bean
Bean/Legume     Northern Bean
Bean/Legume     Snap Bean
Bean/Legume     White Bean
Grain     Amaranth
Grain     Essene Bread (Manna Bread)
Grain     Ezekiel Bread
Grain     Millet
Grain     Quinoa
Grain     Rice (Cream of)
Grain     Rice (Puffed)
Grain     Rice (White/Brown/Basmati)/ Bread
Grain     Rice (Wild)
Grain     Rice Bran
Grain     Rice Cake/Flour
Grain     Rice Milk
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Arugula
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Asparagus
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Asparagus Pea
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Bamboo Shoot
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Beet
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Beet Greens
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Bok Choy
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Broccoli
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Carrot
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Carrot Juice
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Celeriac
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Celery/ Celery Juice
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Chicory
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Collard Greens
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Daikon Radish
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Dandelion
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Endive
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Escarole
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Fennel
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Fiddlehead Fern
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Garlic
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Ginger
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Horseradish
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Kale
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Kelp
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Kohlrabi
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Lettuce (except Romaine)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Lettuce (Romaine)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mushroom (Enoki)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mushroom (Maitake)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mushroom (Oyster)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mushroom (Portobello)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mushroom (Straw)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Mustard Greens
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Okra
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Onion (Green)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Onion (Red/Spanish/Yellow/White)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Oyster Plant
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Parsley
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Parsnip
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Pea (Green/Pod/Snow)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Pimento
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Potato (Sweet)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Pumpkin
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Radicchio
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Rappini
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Rutabaga
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Scallion
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Seaweed
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Shallots
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Spinach/Spinach Juice
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Squash (Summer/Winter)
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Swiss Chard
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Tomato/Tomato Juice
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Turnip
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Water Chestnut
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Watercress
Vegetable/ Veg Juice     Zucchini
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Blueberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Boysenberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Breadfruit
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Canang Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Cherry (all)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Cherry Juice (Black)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Christmas Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Cranberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Cranberry Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Crenshaw Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Currants (Black/Red)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Elderberry (Dark Blue/Purple)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Fig (Fresh/Dried)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Gooseberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Grape (all)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Grapefruit
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Grapefruit Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Kumquat
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Lemon/Lemon Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Lime/Lime Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Loganberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Mulberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Musk Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Nectarine/Nectarine Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Peach
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Pear/Pear Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Persian Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Pineapple
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Pineapple Juice
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Plum (Dark/Green/Red)
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Raisin
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Raspberry
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Spanish Melon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Water & Lemon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Watermelon
Fruit/ Fruit Juice     Youngberry
Herb/Spice     Arrowroot
Herb/Spice     Basil
Herb/Spice     Bay Leaf
Herb/Spice     Bergamot
Herb/Spice     Caraway
Herb/Spice     Cardamom
Herb/Spice     Carob
Herb/Spice     Chervil
Herb/Spice     Chili Powder
Herb/Spice     Chives
Herb/Spice     Chocolate
Herb/Spice     Cilantro
Herb/Spice     Clove
Herb/Spice     Coriander
Herb/Spice     Cream of Tartar
Herb/Spice     Cumin
Herb/Spice     Curry
Herb/Spice     Dill
Herb/Spice     Dulse
Herb/Spice     Licorice Root
Herb/Spice     Marjoram
Herb/Spice     Mustard, Dry
Herb/Spice     Nutmeg
Herb/Spice     Oregano
Herb/Spice     Paprika
Herb/Spice     Peppermint
Herb/Spice     Rosemary
Herb/Spice     Saffron
Herb/Spice     Sage
Herb/Spice     Savory
Herb/Spice     Spearmint
Herb/Spice     Tarragon
Herb/Spice     Thyme
Herb/Spice     Turmeric
Herb/Spice     Wintergreen
Sweetener     Molasses
Sweetener     Molasses (Blackstrap)
Condiment     Apple Pectin
Condiment     Lecithin
Condiment     Mustard (wheat-free, vinegar-free)
Condiment     Sea Salt
Condiment     Yeast (Bakers)
Condiment     Yeast (Brewers/Nutritional)
Beverage     Green Tea
Beverage     Seltzer Water
Beverage     Wine (Red)


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