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great job!


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Since we have not had any new requests recently, I created a consolidated list. It omits foods that were noted as already being listed by SWAMI and adds a few items requested in other threads. The list contains 90 items.


Kent, you left off Heavy cream and Light cream. Please add that to the list.  
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you left off Heavy cream and Light cream. Please add that to the list.  


The list already contains the following entries:

Quoted Text
Cream { Heavy/ whipping cream (cream with 38-40 % fat)}
Dairy variants {raw, ultrapasteurized, different fat content}


I will modify the entry for cream, even though I feel light cream will covered by by "different fat content" of dairy products.



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Regarding Oolong tea, tea expert Mary Lou Heiss told me it is a category unto itself; some kinds are greener than others. I know that Oolong has been studied on its own in terms of health benefits.

I added port (red or white). Are we to consider red or white port in the same way as red or white wine?
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lambs quarters
I believe might just have the same rating as lamb in general


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got so much yet to learn from you Ribbit!
thanks for the info!


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I think in Spanish lambs quarters is Quelite Cenizo.

Some of the Mexicans around me eat it, but it seems to be not as  popular as epazote.


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excellent!

yes, in fact quelites are abundant down here!

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I have consumed both Scrumpy from Kent and Calvados from Normandy.  Both experiences were qualitatively different from drinking any other kind of alcohol that I have had.  

One evening I drank 6 pints of scrumpy, which was not an unusual for volume of alcohol for my 20 year-old self.  Unlike with stout, larger or bitter I had no nausea at all.  For a lark I ran up from Canterbury to the university campus (about a 15 min walk).  I had no need to stop for a rest or to slow down on the way up, which would have been necessary if I was stone cold sober.  Had I drank anything else, I would have been forced to regurgitate from the taxing exercise. Instead of feeling tired I experience a warm euphoria and awoke next morning without any trace of a hangover.

Its sounds like something Elvish out of Middle-Earth, but I would never drink a commercial cider when scrumpy was available.

At my sister's wedding in Normandy we toured a local distiller of Calvados.  I would be willing to pay the price (!!!) of the hundred year-old calvados to taste it again, but I did experience a headache-less hangover.  

Port might also be different from other liquors, but I have nothing definite to go on.

The values for the Red & White Wine, and Beer for me definitely illuminate my immature experiences with them.

I am not suggesting that Swami Dieters should get drunk to test their favorite liquors, but perhaps not all untested alcoholic drinks are equally pathogenic.


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Suggestion. Have different lists for the common foods of different countries. Then, a person can enter their country and the list for the foods of their country would pop up!  
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Quoted from angel
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Dandelion root and/leaf tea
Pau d'arco/taheebo tea

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Will this update if we reprint our SWami express at a later time??


Do not expect the items in "Foods to be added" page to appear quickly. There have been a few items that have been corrected and others that have been added.  These changes appear for anyone that reruns their diet report.

Over a 100 new items have been requested. Dr. D. indicated that he would consider adding requested items in the SWAMI update. He has not indicated that all will make it. There are a number of items that I think it would be difficult to get enough information to include.

This update is not yet scheduled nor do we know whether people will have to pay for the upgrade.

Two of the items you requested I consider to be herbal supplements used to treat health issues rather than food items.

It is possible that Dr. D. might choose to have a different product designed to recommend herbal teas, tinctures, ... for naturpaths to use when treating patients rather than incorporating them in SWAMI.  This is speculation -- not based on information.


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there's no almond milk that I know of (but homemade) without nasty additives.
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there's no almond milk that I know of


Look for "Milk, Almond" under beverages


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Hemp milk, Oat milk (found on my last foray into the HF section of TGCSS (aka Super Zehrs)


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Yeali when you say "Anona" do you you mean: Annona cherimola (Cherimola is already listed).

See discussion of the Anona Genus in: http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1250789898/

or this wiki article (the wiki indicates cherimola is the type usually cultivated in Isreal):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherimoya

Or are you refering to another species in the Anona genus?

I think trees found wild in the Africa region are generally: Annona reticulata

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Custard-apple


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Acorns (white and red)


Ooooo. I've heard about acorn flour. It's a long process. You have to boil the acorns for a couple of hours, then bake them in the oven until they dry out, then grind them into flour.  I read that it's nutritious and tasty. I've always wanted to try it..!!  
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Australian Bush Flower Essences:


I could be wrong but those are considered medicinal and the suggestion list is for food. For instance Dr. D gave me some supplements that are herbs that he doesn't have on the food list.  

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This is the table we created of food choices that are not in the typebase but it is popular in our regions.  We provided research information on the reply numbers listed from the Research on Food Choices for All thread.

This table, posted in the 'Summary of Food choices for All' thread, gets updated regularly as we progress along with the research.  Do you want me to keep on posting these here as we update them?  

Non TypeBase Food Choices Summary
Common NameScientific NameLocationTestimonials
Fish and seafood
Australian Salmon/Kahawai(Arripis truttaceus)AU,NZReply 8,9,12,13,15,16,17,181,207
Barramundi(Lates calcarifer)AU,NZBarra,Giant Perch, Aussie seabass,Silver Jack - Reply 108,114,117
Blue MackerelScomber australasicus      AU,NZJapanece or Pacific or Spotted Mackerel, Spotted Chub - Reply 8, 213
Blue-eyed CodHyperoglyphe antarcticaAU,NZAntarctic Butterfish, Deepsea Trevally, Blue Eye Trevalla,  Reply 32,130
BonitoSarda SppAU,NZReply 215
BreamsPorgy in USAU,NZReply 329
Coral TroutPlectropomus sppAU,NZReply 221
GemfishRexea solandriAU,NZAlso Hake,King Couta, Kingfish, Silver Kingfish and Southern Kingfish Reply 26, 128
HokiMacruronus novaezelandiaeAU,NZBlue Grenadier, Blue Hake, Whiptail Hake - Reply 7
Ocean Breamnemadactylus macropterusAU.Also: Jackass, Morwong Reply 142
Tarakihinemadactylus macropterusNZ.Reply 142
Warehou, blueSeriolella bramaAU,NZReply 214
Fruits
Custard Apple and similarNutritional value comparisonAU,NZReply 379
Custard AppleAnnona AtemoyaAU,NZReply 379





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This is the table we created of food choices that are not in the typebase but it is popular in our regions.  We provided research information on the reply numbers listed from the Research on Food Choices for All thread.

This table, posted in the 'Summary of Food choices for All' thread, gets updated regularly as we progress along with the research.  Do you want me to keep on posting these here as we update them?  

Non TypeBase Food Choices Summary
Common NameScientific NameLocationTestimonials
Fish and seafood
Australian Salmon/Kahawai(Arripis truttaceus)AU,NZReply 8,9,12,13,15,16,17,181,207
Barramundi(Lates calcarifer)AU,NZBarra,Giant Perch, Aussie seabass,Silver Jack - Reply 108,114,117
Blue MackerelScomber australasicus      AU,NZJapanece or Pacific or Spotted Mackerel, Spotted Chub - Reply 8, 213
Blue-eyed CodHyperoglyphe antarcticaAU,NZAntarctic Butterfish, Deepsea Trevally, Blue Eye Trevalla,  Reply 32,130
BonitoSarda SppAU,NZReply 215
BreamsPorgy in USAU,NZReply 329
Coral TroutPlectropomus sppAU,NZReply 221
GemfishRexea solandriAU,NZAlso Hake,King Couta, Kingfish, Silver Kingfish and Southern Kingfish Reply 26, 128
HokiMacruronus novaezelandiaeAU,NZBlue Grenadier, Blue Hake, Whiptail Hake - Reply 7
Ocean Breamnemadactylus macropterusAU.Also: Jackass, Morwong Reply 142
Tarakihinemadactylus macropterusNZ.Reply 142
Warehou, blueSeriolella bramaAU,NZReply 214
Fruits
Custard Apple and similarNutritional value comparisonAU,NZReply 379
Custard AppleAnnona AtemoyaAU,NZReply 379



I think I can post a link in the 'Foods to be added to SWAMI (List only)' thread to the table in the 'Summary of Food choices for All' thread. That way the table will only need to be updated in one place.


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Sounds great!  




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how do we know if/when a food is added?
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how do we know if/when a food is added?


The definitive way to know if any foods have been added or updated is to run your SWAMI again.

Any new foods will appear in the listing.

Values of updated foods will be reflected in your new listing.

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Realistically only a few foods are being added. If a new version of the software is released, you will want to rerun your SWAMI.

If a number of new foods are added you will probably read about it on the forums.

One place to watch is the SWAMI Alerts and Software Updates thread







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KIDNEYS are not listed, I have learned to like them poached for breakfast, thanks to Anglophile husband and English friends, and in steak and kidney pie (great with rice flour crust, parsnips, carrots and beets, not the usual potatoes etc but yummy)-- usually we eat lamb or beef kidneys, since we can get them from a local farmer.
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read ingredients in the brime used to pickle.....


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