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I am just starting as a pescatarian and have been gluten free for over a year now, so it is nice to know there are others out there. My sister is a pescatarian but she does not have to worry about gluten.
I am neither a pescatarian or vegetarian. BUT I do know wild caught fish is very accessible, even at Walmart, which is EVERYWHERE!! I actually buy wild salmon there it is like $5 a bag with 4 filets. They also have wild cod and soe i think and maybe halibut. Just look carefully! Also Aldi if you have it in your area has some if you look...
I have to eat GF and am transitioning toward consuming fish only. Loving good food it isn't easy but for the recovery of my health it is helpful. It is usually easy to get salmon and broccoli almost anywhere.
My biggest problem w/consuming fish is that unless it states otherwise much of it is probably farm raised and I prefer to stay away from farmed fish.
That's the hard part. Atleast for me.
Edited by: USE2BAGODDESS at: 6/10/2011 (16:37)
I don't have celiac, but I am gluten intolerant and a vegetarian. Which offers it's own pains! Especially when attempting to dine out. A lot of places I'd love to eat at only offer pasta as their vegetarian options, and not GF pasta. Or they tell me about all sorts of meat they can prepare gluten-free, not helpful! But at least eating at home I know I can make myself something good.
MUSCLE DOES NOT WEIGH MORE THAN FAT 5 lbs = 5 lbs
5 lbs of muscle simply takes up less space than 5 lbs of fat!
If nothing tasted as good as being thin felt, no one would ever get fat!
FOOD TASTES GOOD
Let us eat it in moderation.
Just wondering if there are any Celiac's or gluten free'ers out there who are also veg or pescatarian?
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."