:LOL Moneca!!!! This is hysterical, we cross posted and I'm sharing my small victory just as you asked for them. Kinda creepy.
Ground lamb (free range) is our tip for the day b/c it's more easily digested than beef.
We also like lamb steaks done in crock pot with just water or broth and onions. We love salmon too, make sure it's wild. Fresh pineapple and avocado are loaded with enzymes, DS has always tolerated these very well.
Breakfast: Almond flour or banana pancakes or waffles (the Midas Gold recipe) or scrambled eggs. Fruit, usually banana b/c now he wakes up asking for one before he asks for me, but then he'll want (but not get) banana pancakes too
Lunch: Meat, veggies, fruit
Snack: fruit and/or almond bread or muffin with coconut butter depending if he didn't have any almond stuff for bfast. Also likes apple slices with almond butter. Tried peanut butter and it seemed okay but I'm limiting it.
Dinner: Meat or salmon, 2 veggies
It's kind of boring, I need to make more things from recipes... but he likes and tolerates a wide range of veggies. He loves cauliflower and broccoli for ex. Frozen peas and green beans. Butternut squash, but only if I puree it. Zucchini and summer squash sauteed in olive oil. I will be SO happy if I can give him dairy someday soon.
I'm not sure I'm being much help b/c it's such a plain menu right now. But his stools haven't changed, they are as firm as they have been so he seems to be doing well. He's eating a TON lately. Wonder if that means he feeling better. He's always been a good eater, the kid is 34 lbs. but he's sometimes eating more than me now!
Don't you think it's weird that he is doing fine on more fruit. He eats raw veggies like cucumber and even red/yellow pepper! And almond flour things too but well cooked carrots turn his usually firm stools mushy (with bits of carrot still in them, so obviously he's not digesting them.) Don't know what's different about carrots b/c I thought they were monosaccharides too.
I gotta get some of those Houston enzymes. Which reminds me, I think protease, the enzyme that digests proteins also kills probiotics, so they shouldn't be given with yogurt....have you seen anything about this?