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Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 12:23pm
At the risk of starving... :'(

Does anyone have any ideas for quick, easy meals? I am fairly busy, as most people are these days, and am looking for quick throw-together stuff I can grab on my way out the door, or that takes a few minutes to assemble, yet remain good for my BTD.

The only thing that I have managed to make ahead of time is tofu burgers.......they can be eaten in the car.  ;D
I am real new to this, and I find my head spinning these days, a lot of info to absorb!

Seems like I live in the grocery store these days........but worth every minute.  :D
Posted by: logan, Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:15pm; Reply: 1
I find the easiest thing to eat on the go is an Ezekiel tortilla roll up. I'll spread the tortilla with a thin coat of softened goat cheese then add a large row of field greens lettuce mix then roll this up.

Package it up in wax paper so that when you open one end and the other is still covering the bottom of it, this makes it easier for eating in the car. Then to this  I'll eat a hard boiled egg. Instead of an egg sometimes I will put the protein into the tortilla roll, eg. cut up sausage, salmon, chicken or beans.
Posted by: Maria Giovanna, Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:23pm; Reply: 2
Hi cewyman,
you do not need to cook a lot, but for BTD please cook some times (two or three in a week) fresh veggies or frozen in case of hurry and a little bit of fowl or fish. For canned and frozen recipes read careful the labels and the ingredients.
Salads with canned tuna, salmon, mackerels or grilled chicken and turkey at your choice and boiled eggs, feta cheese  or mozzarella. Rice salad with the same protein and grilled zucchini, stir fried mushrooms, fennels, radicchio as you like it.
Rye or manna or ezequiel bread sandwiches. A hearthy soup heated form the fridge and put in a thermic pot. Carrot and celery sticks with nut butter and what else you can find the time to cook or find enough compliant and healthy for BTD !

My two cents an Merry new year
Maria Giovanna
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:26pm; Reply: 3
Logan,

Thanks, I will try it, and it sounds good to boot!

The hardest thing for me, is remembering what is good, and what is an avoid. I stroll thru the store with my book in hand...:-)

Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:31pm; Reply: 4
Maria,

Thanks....all that sounds good. Now I am hungry!

My plan is to make up some soups, etc! freeze them, and thaw out as needed, etc! The trick is finding the time to do this. I keep forgetting that I can have chicken. I have never eaten beef, and am so focused on the benificials, that I forget the neutrals.

I'll get it.......:-)

Happy New Year to all!!
Posted by: lstreat, Friday, December 29, 2006, 1:38pm; Reply: 5
All my meals take less than 30 minutes as long as you have prepared ahead. I always prepare my meals on the weekend at least a couple of hours in the kitchen on Sunday morning will save me time during the week. Cut up your veggies, make stocks, soups and freeze them. Lentil soup takes no time at all. Boil up some spelt or rice pasta and throw in some of your veggies and if your a nonnie you can have tomato sauce with that pasta. Salmon on a bed of fresh mixed salad greens. Cod fish with some olive oil and parsley. The list is endless really prepare ahead and you'll be fine.  ;)

Laura
Posted by: Don, Friday, December 29, 2006, 2:45pm; Reply: 6
Quoted from cewyman
The only thing that I have managed to make ahead of time is tofu burgers.......they can be eaten in the car.  ;D

Realize that you would be better off eating in a less stressful environment then while driving. Your food will be digested better. Maybe you also need to try to adjust your schedule.

Quoted from cewyman
I am real new to this, and I find my head spinning these days, a lot of info to absorb!

Seems like I live in the grocery store these days........but worth every minute.  :D

This does get better with time. Keep learning. You will eventually figure out what foods you can buy and which foods you should avoid then you can just zip in and out of the store.

Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 3:03pm; Reply: 7
Yeah...adjusting my schedule would seem easy....but then nothing would get done. :-)
I don't eat in my car everyday, but enough so that I wanted to find healthy and quick ideas.

Being a BT- A, and a Type A personality...is somewhat challenging. :-D :-D

As I said, I am new to this, and getting my kitchen properly stocked, I am sure, will make this easier as well.

I am loving all this advise...keep it coming!
Posted by: Lola, Friday, December 29, 2006, 4:48pm; Reply: 8
here are complete protein combos to work with when planning your meals:
Legumes + seeds
Legumes + nuts
Legumes + dairy
Grains + legumes
Grains + dairy
the exception is soy protein which is a complete protein.

buy nori wraps to make your compliant 'sushi' tacos!
cut the wrap into bite size pieces for quick snacks on the go!
Posted by: Drea, Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:30pm; Reply: 9
Hi cewyman,

My breakfast, which took less than 10 minutes to prepare, consisted of nitrate-free turkey kielbasa, sliced and browned in ghee, julienned ginger, sliced green onions, and brocolli florets, all steamed together in a cast iron pan with lid. Added a bit of wf tamari at the end. Yum.

A trick is to chop your vegetables beforehand and keep them in the fridge (I do this with carrots, celery, romaine, green onions, etc.). This way, I can throw together a salad or a stirfry in minutes.
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:34pm; Reply: 10
Drea,

That was breakfast? :-D That sounds more like lunch. How do you determine portion size?

I am amazed at all the clever varieties that everyone has come up with.

I must experiment more.

Colleen
Posted by: Don, Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:39pm; Reply: 11
Think dinner for breakfast, since breakfast should be your biggest and highest protein meal of the day.
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:44pm; Reply: 12
Don,

You have a point o wise one...:-D

Note to self:
Strike the traditional eggs, toast, pancakes from my mind thought....I will get it, I promise!

I can see now that I need to spend a weekend getting my kitchen, fridge, etc! in order.
Posted by: Drea, Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:44pm; Reply: 13
I don't eat grains at breakfast anymore ever since I noticed that they were bonking me (made me tired). Now I eat them at dinner, if at all, and only one serving. Also, I don't really follow portion sizes, per se. I allow myself unlimited amounts of veggies, and 2-5 ounces of protein per meal. I've found that I do better with more than the recommended amount of protein per day. I also do best with protein/veggies for breakfast; it fills me up nicely until lunch. Lunch is usually a nice big salad with the aforementioned chopped veggies, canned tuna or salmon, and some homemade beneficial dressing, which I make ahead of time in big batches.

I used to take my lunches to work when I worked away from home (saves money and I get to choose what I eat).
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 5:52pm; Reply: 14
Drea,

It is a good thing I love vegetables huh? :-)

Learning my body is coming along better. I have always been pretty attuned to it, but more so lately. I have never eaten beef, and knowing what I know now, I thank God!  
Bread...not sure what that does, I never really ate a lot of it...well crackers...love them!

I like the Kashi brand (heart smart) cereal, and I now have Amarath flakes that I have yet to try. I usually eat these dry, at my desk....bad, I know. :-(

I did try this one BTD waffle recipe....my, was that ever filling. I wasn't hundry most of the day.

If I had time in the morning, I would make a more condusive meal...until then, I have to settle for quick/healthy.     Any suggestions?
Posted by: Don, Friday, December 29, 2006, 6:03pm; Reply: 15
Try making your breakfast in the evening and then just rewarm it in the morning. That is what I do. I rarely cook my breakfast in the morning.
Posted by: Drea, Friday, December 29, 2006, 6:09pm; Reply: 16
Another suggestion is to bring in some homemade soup for breakfast. When I make soup I double the recipe and freeze individual portions. As products of the processed food society, we have been trained that breakfast consists of grains; but for me, breakfast can be soup, stirfry, salad, whatever I choose! Sometimes it is just dried fruits and nuts.
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, December 29, 2006, 7:08pm; Reply: 17
I agree!

Fortunatly, I am not a fan of processed foods, or fast food restaurants. I am finding out that, without knowing it, I have been following this BTD fairly close all my life, except for the dairy, nuts, and supplements.  I use, used forgive me :-),  skim milk for coffee, cereal.

I can see that planning is key....I will get on it! :-D

I agree...food is food, I don't think it matters if, say eggs for example, are eaten in the am or pm...but I may be wrong.

Colleen
Posted by: Lola, Friday, December 29, 2006, 7:14pm; Reply: 18
that depends entirely on you!

listen to your body, that s the best guide!
Posted by: Alia Vo, Saturday, December 30, 2006, 1:01am; Reply: 19
Pre-pacakged salads, cut-up vegetable and fruits, frozen batches of beans/legumes/grains/pastas, canned salmon/tuna, canned beans, Ezekiel bread/tortillas and manna bread are all items that can assist to make meals more efficient.

Choose one day of the week that is convenient for you to make some food from scratch, prep vegetables/fruits, cook fish/seafood/meats/soups/entrees.  

I believe that a little conscious pre-planning and organization will enable you to spend less time cooking before your meals.

Fresh salads topped with your choice of either beans, fish, meat, or a piece of bread is always easy and can be portable if you have a tight closing container.  Top with spices, herbs, lemon juice, olive oil, et al.


BTD compliant meals do not need to be complicated nor devised from complicated and lengthy recipes.

Alia
Posted by: mmdoppel (Guest), Saturday, December 30, 2006, 1:31am; Reply: 20
check out this website for some ideas...

[url][/url]   http://www.vegweb.com
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, December 30, 2006, 2:28am; Reply: 21
http://vegweb.com/index.php?PHPSESSID=6ecb9abf5f82517ade11a941b8373e17&topic=9300.0

Grapefruit and Avocado Salad

sounds like an interesting mix!
Posted by: sue_ab, Saturday, December 30, 2006, 3:45am; Reply: 22
Quoted from cewyman


Note to self:
Strike the traditional eggs, toast, pancakes from my mind thought....I will get it, I promise!



Hi there and welcome.  Why strike what seems to be a favourite?

Change it...chicken eggs (neutral), toast...try rye bread it toasts great, pancakes try using spelt flour and soy/rice milk (mmm thinks...what else goes in pancakes)...

It's not always about what you have to give up but how can you change what you already eat and make it compliant.  Even if all you do is start by eliminating the avoids first then start working out what you are eating and then start including more beneficials and then how and when you eat...gradually it all falls into place.

BYW I make my Type A husband compliant muffins.  They freeze well and can be grabbed for an extra snack when mobile.  Also dried fruit, seeds and nuts kept in a little container already mixed can be grabbed quickly and stave off the munchies.

Sue.

Posted by: Victoria, Saturday, December 30, 2006, 4:30am; Reply: 23
Sue,
Your mention of muffins, and then dried fruits and nuts, makes me think of a modified fruit-cake type of muffin.  Back when I thought my best way to health was to be a vegetarian (shudder at the thought, now!), I used to make breads into one-dish meals with lots of nuts, ghee, dried fruits, flax seeds, eggs, blackstrap molasses, oats, and spelt flour or sprouted ground grains.  Seems like a good light meal for a type A.
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Tuesday, January 2, 2007, 12:18pm; Reply: 24
I am loving all the advise! And look forward to it.

I strayed a little over the new years celebration (new years eve/day), but am getting back on track first thing this morning...hot green tea instead of the normal Latte!
I can honestly say, I noticed a big difference in how I felt after eating the "wrong" type of foods...........amazing!

I think where I am making this complicated for myself is, I am trying to do everything "organic" now, when I think, like mentioned, I should just weed out the avoids to start. Today is the day I have set aside to pre-cut/cook some meals for the week........here we go!

I have eaten more salmon and brocolli these past few days than I ever have...:-)

Side note: Without trying, I lost 3 lbs.....:-D
Posted by: Alia Vo, Tuesday, January 2, 2007, 7:55pm; Reply: 25
Great report and congrats, cewyman.

It is always interesting to hear how certain avoid foods seem to trigger negative responses once reintroducted back into one's new way of eating.  Our bodies' are very smart, if we truly listen to them.  I believe your body's trying to tell you something.

Thus far, your approach is good in regards to focusing on the avoids to discharge from your meals and pre-cutting and organizing your kitchen.  These factors can really assist at meal times when we can often be ravenous for something to eat.  It's nice to open the frig and have prepared or cooked and healthy foods to choose from.

xox,
Alia
Posted by: Victoria, Tuesday, January 2, 2007, 8:09pm; Reply: 26
cewyman!  
Way to go.  A little at a time, making a few changes everyday, and before you know it, you find it to be easier being compliant than when you were eating foods that weren't good for you!
Posted by: Lola, Tuesday, January 2, 2007, 9:26pm; Reply: 27
BTD is about health but weight loss comes as a welcomed side effect, right? ;)
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Wednesday, January 3, 2007, 12:49pm; Reply: 28
Ok..

I trust everyone had a safe and happy new year celebration? Anyone do anything extraordinary?

I spent a couple hours last night breaking down bulk items into portion size storgae containers, and had my first attempt at making the BTD tofu burgers. I am actually looking forward to trying them tonight for dinner.

Last night I made a fairly large spinach salad with canned salmon, soy mozzerella chesse, brocolli, carrots, and a little olive oil, and tamari to top it off. It was actually pretty good. If I could have changed something...maybe a little more flavor from somewhere?? and maybe soften the brocolli a bit.

I got this mac & cheese recipe off that vegweb website...that will be my next adventure...:-D

I found these black bean chips (compliant), and some soy herb cream cheese stuff. OK...not buything that again...to hard to stop eating them. I prefer to stay way from processed foods, but at times it is very hard...:-(
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, January 3, 2007, 5:26pm; Reply: 29
have fun fine tuning your diet!
Posted by: Victoria, Wednesday, January 3, 2007, 7:09pm; Reply: 30
I rested a lot over the new year's change.  I've been pampering myself instead of being out celebrating!
Posted by: 1475 (Guest), Wednesday, January 3, 2007, 8:28pm; Reply: 31
Quoted Text
hot green tea instead of the normal Latte!


I am one of those A's who really loves the fact that we are supposed to have coffee.  I used to always need a mocha with all the trims (whip cream, chocolate and milk).  But now in the a.m. on my way to work I get a regular coffee with some steamed soy milk and then I use a little sugar in the raw to sweeten.  Give it a shot! (or a soy latte).

My cooking schedule is a little easier because I stay home with my son most of the time, but some time savers are: pre-washed and cut greens for salads (I always put a piece of paper towel in with them so it absorbs the moisture and they stay fresh longer), snacks in baggies (nuts, carrots, grapes, whatever), hard boiled eggs in the fridge door for whenever, big batches of soup that are frozen in portions I can take with me (when I do work PT)- or a batch big enough so I can use it for 3 days or so in the fridge.  
Do you have a crock pot?  You may want to get a small one, they are great for wild rice mixes (with lots of veggies/chicken/veg stock/whatever mixed in) that you can leave on low.  Not to mention the zillions of other things you could make with it!

I was struggling with tofu and soy recipies, so I checked out vegan/vegetarian cookbooks from the library and sorted through the ones I could use.  Good luck!  
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Thursday, January 4, 2007, 12:21pm; Reply: 32
Yeah, I have a crockpot, it is fairly large tho'....I should get a smaller one, just for me! :-)

I have pretty much weened myself off the Latte's. I can't seem to stomach the soy milk they use at the local coffee joint. I can experiment at home, but what to do once I leave...?

I want to make some soup in bulk, but haven't had time, maybe tonight...it is on the list of things to do.

I tried that type A protein drink this morning...not sure if mixing it with grapefruit juice was the problem, but it did not taste good at all. I even tried mixing dried apricots into it...no help. :-(
I drank about 3/4 of it, then went for some ezekial toast, and out the door I went...:-)
Posted by: Drea, Thursday, January 4, 2007, 3:11pm; Reply: 33
Quoted from cewyman
I have pretty much weened myself off the Latte's. I can't seem to stomach the soy milk they use at the local coffee joint. I can experiment at home, but what to do once I leave...?


I have the coffee at home and green tea when I'm out and about if I have to have something hot...or sometimes I have coffee at home and also make a pot of green tea and take it with me in a thermos.
Posted by: Alia Vo, Thursday, January 4, 2007, 7:57pm; Reply: 34
Quoted from cewyman
I tried that type A protein drink this morning...not sure if mixing it with grapefruit juice was the problem, but it did not taste good at all. I even tried mixing dried apricots into it...no help. :-(
I drank about 3/4 of it, then went for some ezekial toast, and out the door I went...:-)


I believe I have read in one of the past older threads that soaking the protein powder overnight may assist with the gritty feeling in the powder.  Perhaps try pineapple juice, black cherry juice.

Alia
Posted by: purlgirl, Friday, January 5, 2007, 12:15am; Reply: 35
I'm new too ---- this is my first attempt at posting a message.

Really enjoying the breakfast ideas.  
I did'nt  see any mention of Peanut Butter on Toast or Celery.
I also like home made trail mix and it travels well.

The non secretor part of this threw me for a while, but I think I'm finally getting it.

???  Someone mentioned Muffins and Recipes. How can I find them?
Posted by: Lola, Friday, January 5, 2007, 12:23am; Reply: 36
welcome!

there s a recibase on line......
find it on the left hand margin of the site s homepage.
Posted by: purlgirl, Friday, January 5, 2007, 12:37am; Reply: 37
Thankx Lola.  

I'm really excited --- I finally figured out how to join in.
Big day for this computer challenged grandma.
Posted by: Lola, Friday, January 5, 2007, 12:56am; Reply: 38
here:
it s under 'blood type diet recipes'
add it to your favorites and you can always access it.
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm

type in muffins look what you get!!
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/csvsearch.pl?search=muffins
congratulations cyber grandma!!
I salute your inquisitive spirit!

wish my mom had a bit of yours! :'(
Posted by: Victoria, Friday, January 5, 2007, 5:04am; Reply: 39
Welcome Purlgirl!

Hang out around these Forum A's and you'll be in good company!  And hey, being a nonnie is not so bad, once we realize that avoids have no place in our lives.  After that, we're doing great.  :-)
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, January 5, 2007, 12:34pm; Reply: 40
The breakfast drink wasn't gritty...it just didn't taste good.
This morning I was brave enough to try it again...:-) this time I used pineapple juice, and a packet of sweetener. This helped, but I had to chug it...:-) I can't quite describe the taste, but for "taseless" powder....it isn't pleasant..:-( I finished with a slice of exekial toast with a little canned salmon on it.........not bad I thought...and green tea once at the office.

PS: The tofu burgers were awesome!! I repeat, awesome!!!
I could have them everyday, and just might..:-D
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Friday, January 5, 2007, 4:59pm; Reply: 41
OK...at the risk of getting to personal or providing to much info...eating a lot of these veggies and ezekial bread, has left me, well.......backed up a bit.  ;-)

Any suggestions to speed things along?
I can't stand the swollen bloated feeling...:-(
Posted by: Lola, Friday, January 5, 2007, 9:22pm; Reply: 42
try soaking the powder in the juice overnight maybe, so it doesn t feel as gritty in the morning.....
and add some molasses or any compliant sweetener so it doesn t taste so bland.
Posted by: ABJoe, Friday, January 5, 2007, 9:31pm; Reply: 43
Quoted from cewyman
OK...at the risk of getting to personal or providing to much info...eating a lot of these veggies and ezekial bread, has left me, well.......backed up a bit.  

I make sure I'm drinking adequate water and getting the recommended amount of fats and things usually pass OK.  I do sometimes backup a bit if I exercise more because of the stored junk that gets mobilized for removal.  

Of course, I'm rebuilding from extreme adrenal fatigue, etc., so your results may vary!
Posted by: Lola, Friday, January 5, 2007, 9:40pm; Reply: 44
and don t forget adequate protein for each type!!
Posted by: Victoria, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 1:21am; Reply: 45
I think any protein powder is better as part of a smoothie, and not just mixed in juice alone.  Try using a blender and throwing in some fresh and/or frozen compliant fruit. . . Something to give it a little "body" and flavor apart from the protein powder.
Posted by: Alia Vo, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 2:36am; Reply: 46
The vegetables are actually assisting you by 'moving along' your food in the digesive tract because of its fiber.  

Please remember that Ezekiel bread changed from its beneficial status to its present neutral status.  There are more optimal grain options for blood type A's.  Also be cognizant of portion/frequency guidelines; this may prove helpful.

Alia
Posted by: purlgirl, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 7:26am; Reply: 47
Evening everyone.   ?Trying to understand the clock. I noticed last night when I posted The time given was totally dif from my time.  I'm in Cal and its about 11:30 pm Friday

Cewyman - Can't wait to try the Tofu Burgers.  (just wish my dh was a tiny bit interested in healthy food)

This whole web site is a bit overwhelming to me. It's huge! I almost didn't find my way back to this thread.            There is no way I'll get this all figured out in the near future.  Any Clues???


Lola - thank you for your help. I found the recipes and have the link on my fav list. And thank you for the link to your page  (blog ?) It's reasuring to read of others  good results.  (wish I could add those cute little happy faces)
Posted by: Don, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 1:21pm; Reply: 48
Quoted from purlgirl
Evening everyone.   ?Trying to understand the clock. I noticed last night when I posted The time given was totally dif from my time.  I'm in Cal and its about 11:30 pm Friday

You need to set your Time Settings in the Member Center, the button is at the top right of the page)
Quoted from purlgirl
This whole web site is a bit overwhelming to me. It's huge! I almost didn't find my way back to this thread.            There is no way I'll get this all figured out in the near future.  Any Clues???

Are you using the Recent Thread button, at the top of the page? It will provide you a list of the most recent active threads. This is what most member use to read and post to active threads.
Quoted from purlgirl
(wish I could add those cute little happy faces)

Why can't you use the smilies? All you need to do is click on them in the Add Smilies box and it will place it at the end of your post. You can move it after that if you need to.
Posted by: Victoria, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 7:43pm; Reply: 49
You can also go to your Member Center and arrange to be notified by email whenever there has been a post to a thread that you are interested in.

You might bookmark on your computer the Recent Thread page that Don suggested, so that you will go straight to that page instead of the main site for ER4YT.  It saves time and steps.
Posted by: purlgirl, Saturday, January 6, 2007, 9:03pm; Reply: 50
MoDon & Victoria - Got it!      :o

Just learning the computer so sometimes I don't see the obvious.
Took me forever to get the idea of right clik on the mouse.

This is fun. Thank you  (sunny)
Posted by: Victoria, Sunday, January 7, 2007, 1:12am; Reply: 51
You're welcome, Purlgirl.  I am self-taught, so that often means a lot of trial and error!  :-)
Posted by: Lola, Sunday, January 7, 2007, 4:51am; Reply: 52
welcome PG! ;)
Posted by: ARachel (Guest), Monday, January 8, 2007, 5:30am; Reply: 53
Today I made something easy that I will be bringing for lunch...I cut up celery, broccoli, and carrots (all fresh) and sauteed them in olive oil and soy sauce...I made brown rice in my crockpot.  It's like my own version of a rice bowl but with all fresh ingredients.  Very easy, tasty and user friendly...
Posted by: 671 (Guest), Monday, January 8, 2007, 1:54pm; Reply: 54
ARachel, Could you give a quick lesson on the rice in the crockpot?  As an O I don't eat many grain servings but now with my hubby being an A I'm trying to make more things that are for his type. Thanks!
Posted by: 819 (Guest), Monday, January 8, 2007, 2:14pm; Reply: 55
Quoted from Alia_Vo
The vegetables are actually assisting you by 'moving along' your food in the digesive tract because of its fiber.  

Please remember that Ezekiel bread changed from its beneficial status to its present neutral status.  There are more optimal grain options for blood type A's.  Also be cognizant of portion/frequency guidelines; this may prove helpful.

Alia


I didnot kow that ezekial bread was now a neutral. Which ones are more benificial? Where do I find an updated list??
Posted by: Alia Vo, Monday, January 8, 2007, 6:47pm; Reply: 56
As follows is a link to TYPEBase4, then scroll down to Grain Food Category:
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/typeindexer.htm

From what I can remember right now (since I only eat certain grains) is that buckwheat, amaranth, Manna bread, whole rye, rye flour, oats, oat flour, 100% artichoke pasta are all beneficial for A secretors; please note that these values change if one is a non-secretor.

Yes, Ekeziel bread is now neutral.  I believe the food classification changed to neutral, due to the fact that not all of the grains may be fully sprouted.  This fact was brought up in one of the older threads.

Alia
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