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Yum! I've got all of that - just knicking out to the kitchen to soak some rice and mung beans right now. Will report back tomorrow and let you know if it gets to stay on the regular menu...
Yup that was good! It doesn't say how many serves on the recipe but it looks like enough for 4. I used home made chicken stock instead of water and with that it works out at 200 cal per serve. I can see that one reappearing on the menu again.
Allergic to eggs? Have you tried duck eggs? They are waterfowl, not poultry, so the proteins are different.
Cereal made with rice, coconut oil, nuts, honey or maple syrup. Can you have goat's milk?
Fortunately the eggs made it back into my diet without any problems, and so has bacon so breakfast is sorted once again.
But I have found that I'm gluten sensitive. Which I never would have guessed! My eczema flared up the day that I started adding gluten. I ate it for 3 days and gained TWO kg! And a week later (having stopped the gluten again) I'm still loosing the extra weight. Bummer. So now I've got a steep learning curve ahead of me to figure out how to cook without gluten. At least there are plenty of resources out there for gluten free diets.
Dairy started to go back in the diet - so far so good! Was good to have butter and milk with the mash potato last night. It was a bit boring without it!
My mom gets really sick from eating gluten, and we are both avoiding all grains for now. If you can tolerate any grains, try quinoa, amaranth, millet and buckwheat, as they are not actually grains. I recommend soaking grains overnight with a bit of yoghurt or lemon juice - makes them more digestible!
Quinoa is a regular at home when I get bored with rice. I tried buckwheat but didn't like the taste. Will give the others a go.
It looks like dairy (or at least A1 dairy) is a no go zone too... My skin is itchy again and um well - lets just say it has slowed down something important at the bottom end. I had a hunt around for some info on A1 vs A2 dairy and lots of light bulbs went off because the symptoms of A1 intolerance sound a lot like me. I can get A2 milk, but I wonder if I can get it as butter, cream, yoghurt and cheese. I guess if push comes to shove I can make those from full cream milk....