Dang, JR. I went to look up Ross' suggestions in the mood cure and the diet cure and their both loaned out right now. Maybe you could check her site? I can't recall what I took a day...so I'm no help at all.
Who Me, HAPPY ADRENALS TO YOU!
Originally Posted by JacquelineR
that recipe. We skip the green beans too and add bacon (because Tanya said so
). I always use the parsley, it's not the same without, and I double the capers (This recipe introduced me to capers
). I make my own sweet whole grain mustard (don't ask for a recipe, I just throw it together) and use that and use chicken broth in place of the vermouth. Sometimes I throw in peas.
I have a recipe that we like. I'll have to see what I have on hand. We're egg,gf,cf, strawberries, histamines, and melons, squash, nuts, ect. I basically take our recipes and tweek a bit for dd2 and the rest of us eat gf/cf. And dd1 adds eggs to her list. So I made rice for dd2 tonight, potatoes for us. DD2 is staying with me, so potato salad would work for the picnic at the capitol. It's eggless and yummy. It's adapted from Pascal's whole food allergy cookbook. I'll look at Dr Weil's too. Thx.
Originally Posted by TanyaLopez
Dannic, M2S, whoMe--you three inadvertently made my daughter's day today. She's 6, I guess things aren't as clear to her, sometimes, as they are to me. She brought up the idea of a baby, and we talked and she asked about gluten-free and I said I thought we'd probably be GF for a long time, and she's all crestfallen. Turns out she didn't think I could (?) would (?) get pregnant while gluten-free. I cleared it up, used you three as an example, she was much happier, even though I explained that the time's not right yet.
Kids do get some strange perceptions at times, don't they?
So I watched/listened to I.O.U.S.A. today while doing random things around the house. W.H.O.A. I knew things were messed up, but we're a bit over the top these days. Scary to think of the tax burden our kids are gonna have...
All you corned hashers out there...what the heck IS it? The name sounds a tad...gross? What do you eat it with? What's the St. Patty's connection?