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Thursday, August 21, 2014, 2:08am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi I am wondering if anyone has any good quick snack ideas that are Type A+ non secretor friendly??
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Welcome, kh.  One of the simple ones I reach for is a handful of walnuts or peanuts and dried currants.  Another that comes to mind is a rice cake spread with either peanut or almond butter and a good jam.  A surprisingly delicious one is a crumbled rice cake with nutrional yeast sprinkled on top along with a little sea salt if using unsalted rice cakes, and then drizzled with olive oil.

These are just three of many that I enjoy.  Hope they help.  


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My husband is an A nonnie.  I give him walnuts/dried apricots, yogurt, peanuts, rice cakes with nut
butter, chocolate covered almonds.  We found spelt sticks in the health food store. They're like
pretzels. Cooked turkey bacon is an option if you want protein....with a slice of almond cheese or
rice cheese. Wrap the turkey bacon around a slice of folded "cheese".  Iced coffee with almond milk
is a good beverage, or a small protein smoothie with berries.  Frozen grapes.  Your food list might
not be exactly the same as my husband's but you can easily make your own trail mix with a variety of compliant fruits/nuts. I mix in some chocolate chips.  My husband likes to eat food that takes awhile to eat like the peanuts in shells...I just put the nuts in a big deep bowl so the shells don't wind up all over the sofa.

In the winter, I bake apples using just apple juice and cinnamon in the center.

Check out the online company nuts.com for suggestions of all their dried fruits and nuts....whether
or not you decide to purchase from them....might give you some ideas.


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Plain Kale chips dipped in savory flavored yogurt.  


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Plain Kale chips dipped in savory flavored yogurt.  


Good one....I want that now!  



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