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ISA-MANUELA
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wow.. today's notes Moishele never saw canada and  all the other storries... oups :-/.... I think
that the newest translation of the old testament shows something complete different about the mare....
and its walks into... it was more a  marshy country he crossed ;)  ;).....and thanks for sharing the test-results

and dear Victoria... if I could as I would like to... I'll get ya about all my blah's I've to tell but bloody works keep me away from this and be happy about it ;) betterrrrr

aaannnddd dear H.Kitty..... I do feel with you...... me too,me too soon = really I am so feeded with those bloody things in my mouth... no more to go for and I don't see to pay some 40'000,--Swiss Francs.... oups my little car was not that expensive...... .....and I won't allow my dents to be more expensive then my bruuuuummm bruuuummmmm ............btw...its goes marvellous

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What a great idea for BTD-compliant bread!!!


Isn't it the truth, Carol!!  

No avoids, no calories, no sugar, no........!!!



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Victoria,

Wow!  That fish is great!  Expensive, but great!


I'm glad it arrived, and that you love it!  I think it's the best I've ever eaten.  I think the shipping costs must be a lot since it's heavy.  
I just bought two more cases last night, and one of the family dropped them off here in town.  They get over here once a month or so, so fortunately I'm able to avoid the shipping.  It's made me fall in love with salmon.  I used to have a hard time eating fish.  Now I can even buy the fresh Chinook and cook it, and still enjoy it after the whole process of messing with the fish.




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Bravo for the starter of the Nonnie club house! I could relate to all of your posts. Feeling different and left out when it comes to sitting down to dinner and having a piece of any kind of bread with my meal - - NOT! My husband and sister are both "Os" with a side of secretor. I see them sit with Eziekel rolls with their meals and think of how I miss the taste of fresh baked bread. Okay - I'm over that now.

I have become creative with Nori and grape leaves for making wraps with my food. I take tuna and mix with olive oil and spices to taste. I then dampen the Nori or take an Olive leaf and wrap up the tuna into a roll and either eat like that or cut into small pieces. It is wonderful and it is satisfying. I finally found grape leaves that are not in vinegar and they come from Greece. I have also found that mixing kelp in with the olive oil and some garlic gives a nice taste like a caesar dressing.

Oh by the way, the teeth issues have been with me too. This alone makes me feel different. Everyone around me has these healthy white teeth. All my back teeth have crowns and three are with root canals.    I just found out two days ago that three more teeth have issues and need to have additional work. Thank goodness for dentist or I wouldn't be able to eat the recommended meat. YIKES  

I'm so happy that this thread exists.  


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I do the same thing with nori and lettuce leafs.  What kind of grape leaf (brand) are you using



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They are a product of Bella Famiglia - Mediterranean Grape Leaves. Says they are harvested early in the season to ensure superior tenderness and flavor. They use salt, which I'm sure isn't sea salt but I rinse them to remove as much as I can before using.


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Oh by the way, the teeth issues have been with me too. This alone makes me feel different. Everyone around me has these healthy white teeth. All my back teeth have crowns and three are with root canals.    I just found out two days ago that three more teeth have issues and need to have additional work.


Missy -- Before you have that dental work done, you might want to check out Isa's "About Teeth" thread:  http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=encloplib,m=1137592885.


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Does anyone know if citric acid is an issue with nonnies? I couldn't find this anywhere.

The grape leaves ingredients: Grapes Leaves, water, salt and citric acid.


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I believe Lola said that most citric acid is made from corn, so it could be a problem for either of us.


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regardless I get sick from anything that has citric acid in it



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I believe Lola said that most citric acid is made from corn, so it could be a problem for either of us.


Well this is sad news. Here I thought I finally found grape leaves that I could eat.  


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Missy -- Before you have that dental work done, you might want to check out Isa's "About Teeth" thread:  http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b=encloplib,m=1137592885.


Carol, Thanks for the link. I read some but will read in more depth tomorrow.


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Don's lists are great. It helped me with knowing what all can have no matter the blood type.

I found something at the HFS that I didn't know existed. Glutino makes Gluten Free Crackers made with flax seeds. Ingredients: Water, Whole Flax seeds and sea salt. I use these to snack on and as a filler with salads and spreads that most would use a cracker or bread. They taste pretty good.


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are those dehydrated?


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I believe Lola said that most citric acid is made from corn, so it could be a problem for either of us.


I thought citric acid came from citrus fruits.  


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Missy,
are those dehydrated?


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I thought citric acid came from citrus fruits.  



The name comes from citrus (which is apparently where the acid was first discovered), but it's cheaper to make it from corn.

I know, bummer.


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Missy,
are those dehydrated?


Hi Lola! Sorry I shut down and didn't get back on tonight. I'm not sure what you are asking about being dehydrated. Would you expand on your question a bit? If you are talking about the grape leaves, no they are not dehydrated. Why do you ask? Is there something more I should be aware of? Please do tell!


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Missy,
are those dehydrated?


If you are asking about the flax seed crackers, it doesn't say anything about the flax being dehydrated. It just says whole flax seed.


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I asked if the crackers were dehydrated, yes.

like the goraw ones:
http://www.goraw.com


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I asked if the crackers were dehydrated, yes.

like the goraw ones:
http://www.goraw.com


Lola,

The ones I have sure do look like the ones on the web link you provided. I didn't see anything on the box that said dehydrated, though.


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I asked if the crackers were dehydrated, yes.

like the goraw ones:
http://www.goraw.com


Lola - I feel like a real dummy at the moment. I was looking at the box and realized that these are dehydrated. I mother language is English but what I recognized was "Deshydrates" on the box and then turned the box around and did see that these crackers are dehydrated at a low heat to preserve full nutritional benefit.

So YES - - these are dehydrated.  


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Hi  MoDon,
In a Jan 26, 2006 message you mentioned that  all nonnies have less IAP(Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase).  Is is why we avoid acid foods?  I thought we had more acid or is that just "O" type blood?  And is there a way to measure the alkaline or acid?
 In the mean time I'll search on the Internet.  THANKS, love this forum!
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Molly,

Stomach acid and Intestinal alkaline phosphatase are unrelated and are in different organs.

Having less IAP is not related to needing to avoid acidic foods.

Type Os have a more acidic stomach environment and therefore can digest red meat easily.

I don't know how to measure either.


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