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SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,681
1/8/13 5:26 P

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lots of gluten free, egg free, dairy free recipes including breakfast !!!!

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JENMC14 Posts: 2,707
1/8/13 11:07 A

Can you do egg substitute or does that have egg product in it? What about some turkey breakfast sausage with loads of veggies for a scramble of sorts? Or, you could do hashbrowns/homefries with the turkey breafkast sausage all scrambled up. On the tpoic of turkey bacon, I think most brands are the same. I know Jennie-O does the rolled breakfast sausage as well as links and patties, and I think Honeysuckle White does as well.

I'd suggest looking on some recipe websites dedicated to the Paleo/Primal lifestyle. Obviously, this isn't something you've chosen like people who follow that diet have, but there may be some good recipes or ideas for you. You'll have to weed through the beef/pork stuff, but Paleo eaters (the most hardcore) eat no grains at all and no dairy. For example, I've looked at this site before, and they've got some good recipes.
beta.primal-palate.com/

Edited by: JENMC14 at: 1/8/2013 (11:11)
LOVETHATDOG Posts: 25
1/7/13 11:50 P

Thanks for your speedy reply, Little_Nikke! I guess I forgot to include nuts in my crazy list. I've tried coconut and almond milks and yogurts. Unfortunately, they make me sick, too.

I will try the website you mentioned and also look for some breakfast muffins. I like the idea of having stuff made up ahead of time and just taking them with me.

I've never tried turkey bacon. I guess it just never occurred to me. I put that on my grocery list and will see what I can find. Are there any brands you prefer?

Thank you again for taking the time to answer me. I really do appreciate it!

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1/7/13 11:00 P

Yowza, that's quite the list!

I know that Soy Delicious makes cultured coconut milk (aka yogurt) and you can also get almond yogurt (both are naturally dairy and soy free). Think about maybe yogurt breakfast parfaits with fruit (berries) and nuts you're not allergic to. Add some flax seeds. Search around for some sort of puffed grain that you can eat (millet maybe? is that gluten free?)

Assuming you have some sort of bread substitute that you can eat, add some turkey bacon with some cooked or raw spinach with mustard for a breakfast sandwich.

I googled gluten free vegan breakfast muffins and both zucchini and carrot based muffin recipes popped up.

There might be a couple of good recipes for you at Post-Punk Kitchen www.theppk.com/ (she's vegan, but not gluten or soy-free, so you'll have to hunt a bit and adapt the flours to ones you tolerate). As an aside, try her cashew queso - it's awesome! (edit: sub the lemon with a bit of apple cider or white wine vinegar - it needs a bit of acid, but I jut noticed you can't do citrus!)

Edited by: LITTLE_NIKKE at: 1/7/2013 (23:02)
LOVETHATDOG Posts: 25
1/7/13 9:52 P

I have a lot of food allergies --wheat (gluten), rice, corn, soy, oats, barley, beef, pork, all citrus and tropical fruits, eggs, milk, and several more. I'm looking for good breakfast ideas. Friends have suggested chicken or fish, but I eat those for lunch and dinner, so I'm not really wanting to move them up to breakfast. Any good ideas?

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