Low FODMAP Diet Day #2

Ha! Butternut Pumpkins are actually squashes, not pumpkins! Which means I can totally eat them!

*adds soooo many more recipes to list of okay things to cook*

Low FODMAP Diet Day #1 (part 2)

GF flour makes really nice batter for panfried fish. 

Low FODMAP Diet Day #1

Going to the grocery store now takes at least twice as long due to having to read the label on EVERYTHING.

thegirlbehindthecurtains said:The horror! D:

I am pretty unhappy about quite a few of those on the list… but at least citrus and potatoes are okay.

think i’m going to spend the easter long-weekend finding recipes and pruning my pantry and fridge. 

A list of things I’m to avoid eating (on advice of my doctor)

Apple, Mango, Nashi Fruit, Pear, Persimmon, Rambutan (whatever the fuck that is?), Watermelon, Apricot, Avocado, Blackberries, Cherries, Longon, Lychee, Nectarine, Plum, Prune, Sugar Snap Peas, Asparagus, Artichokes, Beetroot, Brussel Sprouts (ha! I knew they were evil!), cabbage, chicory, Dandelion, Fennel, Leak, Legumes, Garlic, Okra, Onions (brown, white or spanish - doesn’t say anything about red though…), Peas, Radicchio Lettuce, Shallot, Spring Onion, Cauliflower, Snow Peas, Mushrooms, Wheat, Rye, Semolina, Couscous, Bulgur, Honey (allergic anyway), Corn Syrup, Fruisana, Inulin, Artificial Sweeteners, Baked Beans, Lentils, Chick peas.

Yay! 

hmm… maybe i should make pancakes for dinner… 
so not feeling inspired to eat, let alone make food… 

hmm… maybe i should make pancakes for dinner… 

so not feeling inspired to eat, let alone make food… 

jayavant:

10 years ago - home food.
8th April 2004.
Every year when I lived in Korea, I had to leave the country to renew my visa. Typically I would go to Australia to see my kids. But my first stop on arrival was always a good deli, to buy olives and cheese. Then I’d go to a bottle shop and buy good beer. Foods like this were simply unavailable in Korea 10 years ago. They are still hard to get.
Home food is best.
All the Ten years ago posts.

and now i have a mighty craving for feta stuffed olives.

jayavant:

10 years ago - home food.

8th April 2004.

Every year when I lived in Korea, I had to leave the country to renew my visa. Typically I would go to Australia to see my kids. But my first stop on arrival was always a good deli, to buy olives and cheese. Then I’d go to a bottle shop and buy good beer. Foods like this were simply unavailable in Korea 10 years ago. They are still hard to get.

Home food is best.

All the Ten years ago posts.

and now i have a mighty craving for feta stuffed olives.

(Source: yeoshin)

stoned-levi:

itscolossal:

Artist Paints Common Foods to Disguise them as Other Foods

this is why i have trust issues

this makes me mighty uncomfortable.

allnaturallymadebyman:

geekhyena:

beloved-dreams:

Dogs and cats can’t be vegan.
Dogs and cats can’t be vegan.
DOGS AND CATS CANT BE VEGAN.
they’re OBLIGATE CARNIVORES. They HAVE TO EAT MEAT TO PROPERLY SURVIVE.
I’m a vegetarian, that doesn’t mean I make my cats have the same diet that I do. I can live healthily without meat, they can’t.

Animal nutrition PhD student here - DOGS AND CATS CANNOT BE VEGAN! NEITHER CAN FERRETS!

DO NOT ALTER AN ANIMALS DIET TO SATISFY YOUR OWN!!