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HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (67,698)
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2/5/18 10:16 A

If you're a vegetarian, then it doesn't seem to matter whether fish is okay -- it's been off your diet already.

If you're not going to cook, you are indeed pretty limited to salads with no dressing. Handsful of nuts and seeds.

There's cans of already cooked beans that can be gluten free. Combined with par-boiled rice already cooked -- a microwave would cook this.



POLSKARENIA Posts: 11,117
2/3/18 12:25 P

Curried veggies or in a peanut butter sauce over rice or roasted buckwheat. Really easy and fits the spec!

ZELDA13 SparkPoints: (95,593)
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8/25/17 7:13 P

It looks similar to the FODMAP diet. Here's a link with some info for that. You can Google to find others. www.fodmapliving.com/wp-content/uploads/20
13/02/Stanford-University-Low-FODMAP-D
iet-Handout.pdf


ESSCHULZE4 Posts: 107
8/25/17 5:15 P

It is difficult when you have a lot of food challenges. I am gluten free, I eat biblically kosher, no sugar, white potatoes, but luckily I do cook. It is really hard to eat good balanced meals when you have to eat processed food. My suggestion is that you try your hand at some easy recipes. If I can encourage you in any way, let me know. Best Wishes.

MISSRUTH Posts: 5,033
8/24/17 5:22 A

idk... looks like you can still eat almost every vegetable and fruit on the planet, except for a few. No almonds... but every other nut and seed. No gluten... but you've still got rice. No white potatoes... but you've still got sweet potatoes, corn, beans, peas for starches. Sometimes it's helpful to look at what you CAN do, rather than focusing just on what you can't.

It's all well and good to say you don't like to cook and you're a picky eater and you're on the go-- but don't hide behind those excuses, when it comes to your health. You can choose to be lazy and say "I can't do this" or you can rise up and take control. You can choose to view it as a personal challenge. The gauntlet has been thrown down-- so do you figure out how to win, or do you just give up?


JMELBERG SparkPoints: (38,785)
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8/23/17 1:03 P

Looks like rice and beans are still on the menu. How about eggs? A vegetable stew over polenta looks like another possibility. Vegie soups?

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8/23/17 11:14 A

I did a blood test to find out my food sensitivities and I have to remove all of these from my diet for at least 30 days, possibly forever. I don't cook a lot, and I'm a fussy eater, and I'm often eating on the go. and many of my favorite things are now off limits. Ideas please? No gluten, no dairy, no almonds, no white potato, tomato or bell peppers. No bananas or pineapple. no garlic or mushroom. No safflower oil. Also no barley, bran , malt, oats, rye, wheat...or black pepper. So far I'm good with a lot of fruits, all lettuce (I see a lot of salads in my future) and the only fish I can't have it crab. (and I'm a vegetarian). I'm a little freaked out right now. A lot of gluten free stuff has other things I can't have.

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