The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 17
Posted By: sc O rh(o)+ ISFP
In Response To: Thanks, I'm making a list (Meg)
...to add: seaweed, out of the bag, I've found to make a wondrous potato chip substitute, for those times when nothing will do but SALT. Good flavors - dulse (to die for! this is the strip form; the flake form is fantastic on salads) or kelp/kombu (an aquired texture, but great for releasing those teen angst aggressive TMJ locks). I've come to carry it around with me in my backpack for emergencies. There are fun things to do with it; read the bags (check out nori, too).
I think this is ok for O's: If you live around Hispanic populations, the local grocery stores may well carry Chifle's Cassava Chips (yuca chips); I don't eat them so much any more, but for a while there I couldn't get enough.
There is also the utterly scrumptious (but sadly expensive) Eden Brown Rice Chips - addictive. They're about the only thing I want to eat on the first couple days of my period.
And celery, celery, and more celery. In season, plums or black cherries - !!! Otherwise, prunes or dried cherries or pineapple, with plenty of water.
Spelt pizza, with babyfood sweet potato "tomato" paste (add garlic, oreg, basil, lemon juice, salt), and whatever cheese is allowable...or yeast...
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meg (A+) -- Friday, 21 September 2001, at 2:32 p.m.
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