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Good GF/low FODMAP recipes?
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    Thread created on 18:02:19 - 12/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    Last replied 21:55:45 - 24/08/22 (1 year ago)
    Hi Everyone!

    Soooo my partner is being put on an elimination diet as they suspect he may have Crohn's disease, Celiac, or some other similar gut issue. So he can't have any gluten, caffeine, or most high FODMAP foods like red meat and whatnot. In addition to this, he's also lactose intolerant. So needless to say our diets need to change quite a bit lol. I'm looking into recipes already, but I was wondering if any of you folks struggle with the same sort of thing and have any recipes you want to recommend? Thank you in advance!
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    Posted on 00:46:09 - 13/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    Have you tried google?

    My brother has Crohn's, so I know it is not easy...

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 02:07:39 - 13/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    Sweeney_Todd [27468]

    Have you tried google?

    My brother has Crohn's, so I know it is not easy...
    As I've said, I'm already searching through recipes online and in cookbooks and whatnot, so yes, I've tried Google lol. Mostly I'm looking for recipes that people with Crohn's or a loved one with Crohn's has tried and liked and would recommend to others.
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    Posted on 01:19:48 - 24/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    One of my friends had to go on a low FODMAP diet. It was a bit of a nightmare because she spent a great deal of time complaining about how the food wasn't the same.

    Anyway, veggie noodles might be your best friend for a bit. They're NOT like normal ones, so ignore the websites saying they are, cause they LIE. But they work well enough--at least zucchini & squash do, haven't tried carrot--and are an easy side to have with the lighter proteins you can have on the low FODMAP diet like poultry/seafood. .

    Just remember though, the restrictions are only for a bit, so while frustrating, it has an end!
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    Posted on 17:45:56 - 24/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    I just looked up buckwheat and it seems to be on the low FODMAP scale. Where I eat buckwheat noodles or things for other health reasons. I do not have any recipies at the moment though. Although Buckwheat has no gluten in it.

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    Posted on 21:55:45 - 24/08/22 (1 year ago)
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    Hey, I have a lot of experience with the FODMAP diet. Download Monash's FODMAP app. It will show you everything that is consumable under the diet. 

    Red meat isn't a restricted item.
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