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Thanks, DOTSLADY, for the link. I found it very helpful!
If you can tolerate rice and beans, and protein foods such as almond butter or other nut butters then I think you might be able to get enough protein. There are always plenty of fruits and vegetables to choose from. Also, some flax or rice breads might be available. Always check to see if they state they are gluten free.
I don't know how many members are gf vegan, but here is a google search for blogs/recipes. There are quite a few. Hope this helps!
KNOWLEDGE = POWER. BODY = TEMPLE. FOOD = MEDICINE. PREVENTION IS THE CURE. YOU ARE WHAT YOU ABSORB!
One person's food is another person's poison.
Celiac Disease: An autoimmune reaction from eating gluten grains: wheat, rye, barley and contaminated oats=nutrient deficiency=cancer. Have 1 of 300 symptoms? bit.ly/cdsymptoms
CD stories: bit.ly/cdstories
I am just finding out how good it feels not to eat gluten. I have not been formally tested, but my doctor (naturopath) is having me experiment myself. I have been gluten free for almost 4 weeks. I feel so much better, pain-wise, that I don't really want to test myself by eating gluten again for a day.
Anyway, I am wondering if there are any vegans out there who are also gluten free. I have to say that learning how to be vegan for the last year has prepared me for adding the GF component. I have learned many new recipes and have enjoyed reading and learning how to eat in a completely new way. I am the only vegan or vegetarian in my family, including parents, siblings, children, grandchildren. Things have gone quite well inspite of the lonely road I travel on.
Carol aka Peacegranny
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