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09-15-2014 03:08 PM
asja
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Originally Posted by mssandslinger View Post
for over a year and a half i have cut out all processed foods. i still eat carbs so its not a non carb diet i just will have baked potatoes and nuts. The only wheat i have eaten is the spaghetti noodles i order in from Heritage Grain Conservancy they are awesome and they go over how they processe thier what and that it is not GMO. And i rarely eat that even. I have noticed how buch better i feel from not eating any processed wheat, its scary at first because you feel like there is nothing really to eat but i dont notice it anymore. everywhere i go i get lettuce wrapped everything! i dont feel bloated i dont feel sleepy. my intestines are working properly if you know what i mean lol. and in the process ive lost 15LBS and im constantly eating and i never go hungry.. ive also been juicing alot recently and its become a new favorite for breakfast!
Have you tried the flour from Heritage Grain Conservancy?
09-13-2014 12:03 AM
DHau Oh. I was hoping you would mention the package sizes would be larger.
09-12-2014 10:54 PM
Twyla
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Originally Posted by DHau View Post
I have been there before. I live over an hour away and rarely go up there. What specifically are you suggesting me to look for?
Suggestion was for an alternative on the flour substitutes, other food stuffs. You have been there so the variety is no secret.
09-12-2014 11:34 AM
DHau
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If you are in the ATL area; check out the Dekalb Farmers Market. The price difference may make a drive worth it.
I have been there before. I live over an hour away and rarely go up there. What specifically are you suggesting me to look for?
09-12-2014 09:07 AM
Tattersail
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Originally Posted by DHau View Post
I have gotten three books from the library by the same author. The recipes seem simple enough. The only turn off is the recommended pasta which can be found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. The noodles are shirataki and are packaged in fluid. I looked at them and it just did not look appetizing. If somebody has tried them, let me know what you think. As I looked through the recipes, I think that going completely wheatless cold turkey will be very difficult considering how much I love pizza and some pasta dishes. I think we will have to slowly transition into this until I learn how to substitute recommended ingredients for the traditional.

While shopping I noticed how much white grapes have changed. They have become much sweeter and more oblong. Are grapes a GMO product as well?
There's a good pizza crust you can make with cauliflower that is gluten free and tastes pretty good! Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe | iFOODreal
09-12-2014 08:14 AM
Twyla If you are in the ATL area; check out the Dekalb Farmers Market. The price difference may make a drive worth it.
09-12-2014 07:02 AM
DHau I found most of the ingredients commonly used at Kroger and it has the best selection of flour substitutes. The prices for this stuff is unbelievable. I should buy stock in the companies. Lol. Anyway, corn is genetically modified as well as soybeans so the less I eat of either the better. My birthday is Sunday so I am thinking about trying a cheesecake recipe that I found in one of the books. Doesn't raspberry chocolate sound good! Raspberries in the filling and it has a chocolate glaze. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Lol
09-11-2014 03:31 PM
wyoung2153
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Originally Posted by DHau View Post
I have gotten three books from the library by the same author. The recipes seem simple enough. The only turn off is the recommended pasta which can be found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. The noodles are shirataki and are packaged in fluid. I looked at them and it just did not look appetizing. If somebody has tried them, let me know what you think. As I looked through the recipes, I think that going completely wheatless cold turkey will be very difficult considering how much I love pizza and some pasta dishes. I think we will have to slowly transition into this until I learn how to substitute recommended ingredients for the traditional.

While shopping I noticed how much white grapes have changed. They have become much sweeter and more oblong. Are grapes a GMO product as well?
I'm so with you on the pasta and pizza! For pasta, try gluten free dry pasta. The one I like is by Muellers, it's made with corn and rice instead of wheat. I can't tell the difference. I even cooked it for my BF who is the pickyest eater on the planet and he didnt' even know the difference until I told him.

Also, they make gluten free pizza crust at the store AND Dominoes actually has an option for gluten-free crust when you order I fyou are into baking too, they have all kinds of substitute flours that are gluten free, coconut flour, arrowroot, almond flour/meal, even an all purpose gluten free flour available.

I just started this too, and it was intimidating at first, but there is a lot out there to help! Most grocery stores have a Gluten free section to help too.
09-11-2014 02:59 PM
DHau I have gotten three books from the library by the same author. The recipes seem simple enough. The only turn off is the recommended pasta which can be found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. The noodles are shirataki and are packaged in fluid. I looked at them and it just did not look appetizing. If somebody has tried them, let me know what you think. As I looked through the recipes, I think that going completely wheatless cold turkey will be very difficult considering how much I love pizza and some pasta dishes. I think we will have to slowly transition into this until I learn how to substitute recommended ingredients for the traditional.

While shopping I noticed how much white grapes have changed. They have become much sweeter and more oblong. Are grapes a GMO product as well?
09-05-2014 11:43 AM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by lalachka View Post
csn someone explain in dumbed down terms what gmo is and what it's so bad
One example : Field crops which are tolerant of herbicides such a Roundup....nothing like a bit of herbicide in your food everyday????

SuperG
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