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Posted by: Isannah, Saturday, July 7, 2007, 12:17pm
I am curious to what other AB's daily meals or menu's are like. I am looking for new idea's.
Posted by: Lola, Saturday, July 7, 2007, 2:48pm; Reply: 1

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here s from other ABs

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rolled oats, rye & rice flakes and a little }
dried fruit soaked overnight in pineapple
juice and then in the morning I stir in a
dessertspoon of amaranth add warm/hot soy milk
then a dessertspoon of ground flax seeds topped
with fruit and soy yogurt.  This really seems
to kick start me. Oh and a cup of green tea.

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peanut butter and Agave on toast (sprouted of course) MUMM can't be beat.
for a quick boost a spoon of peanut butter and squirt some agave on top..
on my oatmeal in the AM with a splash of soy milk! another mummmm with a handful of
blue berries more mumm
I would think the options would be limitless!!

worst avoids:
Certain types of whitefish
Lima Beans
Kidney Beans

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a sandwich for lunch and since I do not have a problem
with grains I find it easy if I am at home or out.

I use rye bread and drizzle with a little olive oil, a light smear with miso and fill with salad ingredients.  Usually some alfalfa and lentil sprouts, lettuce including my fav rocket and sliced cucumber.  Sometimes I have just that and find although plain it is still fresh when I need to eat it.
An apple and some dried fruit - apricots and dates - completes lunch.

You could add a slice of turkey or a thin slice of tofu or tempeh.

When it's cooler home made soup and a piece of focaccia goes down a treat.

other ABs will certainly give you better ideas......
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Saturday, July 7, 2007, 6:37pm; Reply: 2
what do you want to know ??) ;D :D....tell me :-)
Posted by: Isannah, Saturday, July 7, 2007, 8:13pm; Reply: 3
I am getting bored with my meal's so I feel I am starting to stray a little from the proper way of eating.I have been on the diet about 10 months now. I feel much better than I used to. I have lost about 30 pounds and my Ulcerative colitis symptoms are 100% better. I always avoid chicken and corn, I am not as good about the other avoid's.(coffee and the occasional shrimp ). My meals look like:
breakfast: steel cut oatmeal or 5 grain cereal(oats,rye,triticale?,barley and flax)with some berries and walnuts. coffee
lunch: sandwich with either turkey,tuna or egg. fruit and yogurt
dinner: Turkey ,fish ,emu or beef(rarely), rice and vegetable. Pasta and marinara with veggies.
As you see my menu is pretty boring .I like most foods (except soy) I am not a picky eater I just need more ideas. I also drink quite a bit of milk and yogurt products always natural and non-homogenized.Is this bad? I do not seem to have a problem with milk.
Posted by: Lola, Sunday, July 8, 2007, 3:39am; Reply: 4
30 pounds is great!!
do you still need to loose more?
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Sunday, July 8, 2007, 8:51am; Reply: 5
oooh wow suuupppaaa (clap)(dance)(clap)(clap)(clap)(clap)(dance)(smarty)(sunny)

perhaps you might go for some oistrich as well, rabbit,lamb,mutton, more fish, venison
then I wouldn't go for any kind of wheat in case of colitis ulcerosa....would change to spelt....better ;) ......
I am doing merely the mediteranian kitchen adapted with my nonnie diet.......lots of garlic, onion and my beloved herbs (dried or fresh) de Provence, tomatoes and all
the lovely veggies growing in those  regions :D ........
whats about some more salades??)......and fruits??) may have more than meeee :'(  ::)

ahem did you ever tried sheepmilk or sheep yoghurt??)...a great taste , add some berries and you've your snack :D......
Posted by: Isannah, Sunday, July 8, 2007, 10:38am; Reply: 6
Thank you all for the idea's. I still need to lose about 20 more pounds. I will try the sheep yogurt,I like goat milk and yogurt so I'm sure I will have no problem with sheep! I need to try and eat more  salads and fruit. After years of poor eating (processed and fast foods) it takes along time to change those bad habits.
Posted by: ABJoe, Monday, July 9, 2007, 8:31pm; Reply: 7
On Saturday I made a Lamb, Eggplant and Onion stew that was very tasty.

Caution:  All measurements are approximations...  I cook by smell and taste.

1 med. eggplant - cut into about 1 inch cubes and browned in ghee/olive oil
1 lg. onion - minced and sauted until soft and slightly browned
1 lb. lamb stew meat - browned through
15 oz. can stewed tomatoes
1 t. dry minced garlic
1 T. dry parsley flakes
1 T. dry Italian Seasoning(Oregano, Thyme, Marjoram,...)

Saute the first three items in order and put in stew pot when browned.  Add tomatoes, spices and enough water to almost cover...  Stir and allow to simmer for 30 to 60 minutes.  

You can stretch this by serving with rice or other grain, as desired.  Fresh vegetables or salad make good accompaniments as well.

This was great rewarmed for lunch on Sunday as well.
Posted by: Lola, Monday, July 9, 2007, 9:15pm; Reply: 8
tasty recipe!
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Monday, July 9, 2007, 9:26pm; Reply: 9
filled eggplants :D:

1 or 2 eggplants with normal seizes, cut it to a half, take out nearly all the green flesh inside....cut it very fine and add chopped onions, garlic, tomatoes spices of your desire and then go for some lamb sausages.....(Merguezes).....they are a bit hot and spicy, gives a very good taste to the whole thing ;) .D
and mix all together.....refill the eggplants.....and up into the oven for some 20 Minutes about 220-250 degrees......very yummy ;)

you can use turkey or other AB beneficial meat instead of the your ease .....;D

this is a complete meal for 4 persons ;)
and if you it with some AB-friendly cheese, goat cheese is suppa as a topic ;) ;D :D or mozarella.......(sunny)
Posted by: Lola, Monday, July 9, 2007, 9:41pm; Reply: 10
yummmm Isalein!
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 7:15am; Reply: 11

                                              :K) ;) :K)
Posted by: ABJoe, Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 7:51pm; Reply: 12
Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
filled eggplants :D:

We've stuffed zucchini squash (green summer squash).  Small squashes make good appetizers, while larger ones can be used for a meal.  Just scoop the seed out and throw away...  Stuff the squash with the meat, onion, garlic, spice, and a little compliant grain, if desired, mixture...  Baked until the squash is tender to taste - some like it very tender while others like a bit of crunch remaining...

Happy eating!
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Tuesday, July 10, 2007, 8:22pm; Reply: 13
sounds yummiciolous as well :D ;D (dance)(clap)(smarty)(dance)(sunny)
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