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Cooking for food sensitivities

The 3-in-1 cookbook didn't work out for me, but I've had good luck with some other food sensitivity cookbooks, such as Gluten-Free Quick and Easy, which gave me the cobbler recipe that I used many times last summer.

Next up, I'm trying the Flavor without FODMAPs cookbook. I don't remember the meaning of the acronym, but they consist of a few groupings of food. I've known for a long time that I'm lactose intolerant, but last year I realized that I do better reducing intake of some of the other FODMAPs.

My first impression is that this cookbook has a lot of appealing recipes. I picked 10 to try for judging this cookbook. But if I like these 10, I'll probably try many others. With the start of the CSA program approaching, I'm looking forward to trying some of these recipes with farm-fresh veggies.

The recipes that I will try are:
* Thai spring rolls
* Spaghetti sauce
* Lemon sole
* Meatloaf
* Warm chicken & rice salad
* Lemony carrot & pea salad
* Coconut basmati rice
* Roasted carrots
* Fish chowder
* Banana "ice cream"

I can hardly wait!</a>

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baggyk
May. 14th, 2014 01:43 pm (UTC)
What is the FODMaps principle?
mmarques
May. 15th, 2014 02:33 am (UTC)
FODMAPs are categories of food that might not digest in your small intestine - and can then cause bloating and other intestinal woes in your large intestines.
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