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Cauliflower, broccoli, apsaragusm tomatoes. Is seeds. I cannot have them. Peas no skin but hey are gas to me..
No skin from my potato. I too have only Soya milk.
I have to bake my carrots in oven like baked potato. I cut them up sliced. I can have squach.
When I eat them it is only two veggies I can digest this way. . I have to eat everything slow and chew.
Do not have my drinks for a hour later or hour before food. It causes my food to pass through quicker and fruit does. So I have done this rhyme of reason . I am fine.
I used to eat this and that veggies the broccoli now I eat two veggies that agree with me.
The one with seeds caught up with me. I ended up in Emerge.
Not introduce another new veggie for two weeks. That is the only way I can keep track .
Fruit is applesauce smooth from the jar
I have tried to cook apples but I have to have it smooth . And alot of work.
So I am reading alot of problems similar to mine.
I have to stick to canned veggies. Fresh veggies - no matter how long I cook or steam them seem to trigger my ibs. I'm diabetic as well - I drink the v8 fusion - and get my veggies that way.
I do better when the vegetables are cooked or steamed. Raw vegetables cause the most problems for me.
Slow and steady wins the race.
I struggle mostly with gas from vegetables like peppers. But I love my cauliflower, broccoli, apsaragus, kolorhabi. Steamed. Yummy!
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I have been working on the Diabetic Diet, and I am running into problems.
I can't eat any vegetables with skin on them. That lets out peas, cucumber, squash, and alot more. I can eat Tomatoes, and for a time I could eat Romaine. Regular Iceberg lettuce really messes with my IBS.
What I think I am going to do, short of eating pureed baby food, is steam vegetables. I love Peas, so I think I will puree them and make a soup. I am also Lactose intollerent, so I use Soy Milk, Lactose milk is too expensive here in Kansas.
Any other suggestions would be welcomed