Our family has a lot of food intolerences so when everyone is home it can be very difficult to find foods that don't leave someone out. I feel for what you are going through. Fructose though makes it very strained.
I make "cake" with ground almond meal, oil, eggs, artificial sweetener and lemons. If you can't use lemons, would artificial flavours work?
We eat quinoa with a spoonful of peanutbutter stirred into it while cooking.
Peanut butter cookies made with just eggs, splenda brown sugar and peanutbutter.
Meringues with artficial sweeteners and flavours for cookies.
Salba and hemp hearts, oatmeal (for some reason my DH can tolerate it) rice and potatoes and grilled meats or fish, plain lettuce or spinach salad are staples around here. Rice paper to wrap rice and meat/veggie wraps. I add oregano to eggs; or spinach and mushrooms and basil to eggs.
Be brave. Wish I had more ideas to offer and sorry if these don't work.
I guess you can't do corn.... hmmm. Too bad. We also use a lot of sweet potatoes or squash which would not be OK.
Edited by: JUSTYNA7 at: 11/24/2011 (14:39)
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