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CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
6/1/13 8:21 A

There's a person I discovered, Danielle (cannot remember her last name).
She writes recipes, cook books, and a blog.

It's called, "Against All Grain"

www.againstallgrain.com/

She discovered she has severe allergies to most grain products, as well, and you may find the information she has there helpful.

SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 2,010
6/1/13 8:10 A

A grain free diet is one without any rice, corn, wheat, barley, rye or oats.

Possibly turkey bacon and eggs, with vegetables is a good choice that is likely to keep you satisfied.

Scrambled egg whites with handful of wilted spinach

Raw coconut slices, Crustless quiches, Cottage cheese with a handful of matchstick carrots and some romaine, apple slices, a fruit plate, or maybe a 1/2 of Avocado with crabmeat, or on top of lettuce

Be careful as most condiments have hidden grains....and some hamburger patties...stick to 100% beef products. Some sausage products also have hidden grains.

Just a few ideas...

BTW, the buckwheat might be a good choice as Buckwheat is in fact a seed. It is also called kasha available in the Hebrew section of your grocery store.... also check with your medical professional.

Edited by: SUNSHINE6442 at: 6/1/2013 (08:20)
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6/1/13 7:45 A

Meats, dairy, veggies, fruits, fats. There are millions of options that can come from that list.

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JUSTEATREALFOOD Posts: 1,818
5/31/13 10:06 P

I'd suggest eating vegetables, meat, eggs and fruit for breakfast and lunch.

Edited by: JUSTEATREALFOOD at: 5/31/2013 (22:07)
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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,250
5/31/13 7:33 P

I don't see wheat or whole wheat on your allergy list:
whole wheat toast and eggs
many cold cereals would work
whole wheat cream of wheat
whole wheat toast and peanut butter



MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
5/31/13 7:14 P

Can you have other grains/seeds like: buckwheat, sorgum, rice flours, tapioca, coconut flour, almond flour? Pancakes are pretty simple made with a combo of any of these flours. And potatoes, taro, yam, and squash are quick and grain free. (I like them with salt and butter or coconut oil, cinnamon and stevia)

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5/31/13 3:42 P

I have allergies to corn, oats, rye and specially barley. Any suggestions for breakfast and lunch. emoticon

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