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#3841 Old 08-19-2016, 06:16 PM
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Fresh fruit for breakfast.

The lunch a kind of dish in a bowl where the top is potato and you break through and there are vegetables and peppers inside.

Hot dogs for dinner. Chilean style with avocado, tomato. The sausage was a new one I tried. It tasted like a "real" sausage almost wondered if it was actually meat for a minute until the aftertaste kicked in.

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Being someone who has many allergies to foods, may I strongly encourage you to go to an allergy specialist and get tested for a tomato allergy? Tomato allergies are quite common, actually, even though they are not part of the top 12 food allergies. It is more rare to be allergic to anything in the mustard-cabbage family, even though I am so allergic (or intollerant, depending on the veggie in question.) I would also get tested for Bell peppers - both green and red peppers; Paprika, cayenne, as well as other night shades. The allergy specialist should know which veggies are apart of the nightshade family.

I would also get tested for any vegetable that you are most likely to grow in your garden, that you are not sure whether you react to or not, in order to alleviate any fears and because you have a reaction many years ago, but do not know what caused it. But, I would also be proactive and just get tested for Soy, Quinoa, sesame seed, sunflower seed, mustard, celery, gluten, tree nuts, peanuts - all members of the top 12 food allergies. Often times, they will also test for any allergies to trees or grasses. Sometimes, an allergy to a tree, can cause a reaction to certain foods. I knew of a person who was allergic to every tree in my state, and could only eat 15 different foods.

Also, there is something called Oral Allergy Syndrome. This is where you only react to certain foods during certain parts of the year. I would ask the specialist about this, as I am not able to give a good explanation about this, so will not even try to explain further. I do not have this.

Normally, they would do a elimination diet, but because you have an allergic reaction, I would just go ahead and get tested just to be on the safe side. The doctor will ask you what you have ate, that you know you did not react too. These foods, can normally be skipped where testing is concerned.
Best Wishes! BTW, the test is normally a skin prick test. There are alternavtive tests out there, but so far, those alternative tests are still highly controversial and do not work for everyone. This is why I would still stick with the skin test. However, you must be antihistamine and cold medicine free in your system for more than two full weeks, or the test will not be accurate. Best Wishes!
Wow, thanks for all this information! I know next to nothing about allergy testing. Do I have to specify all the allergy tests I want? Or does the doctor go over my history and profile and decide what to test me for? I'm going to look more into this for sure!

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Lunch: Potato wedges. Roasted broccoli and tofu.

Snack: Smoothie - spinach and mixed fruit.

Dinner: Brown rice with spinach, cucumber, red bell pepper, and tofu (just a few pieces) topped with tahini sauce that I got from a small vegan place near me. The tahini sauce makes the rice taste amazing.

Snack: Couple of Gardein crispy chick'n fillets.
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The lunch a kind of dish in a bowl where the top is potato and you break through and there are vegetables and peppers inside.
Shepherd's pie? lol

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Lunch: marinated tofu, breaded in panko and pan fried, atop some lovely perfect basmati rice with a touch of soy sauce, and a big giant salad ^_^

Dinner: home made vegan nachos: used Daiya cheddar block, which was surprisingly good in flavour but a bit dry; I think next time I'd make a vegan cheese sauce instead ^_^
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L: Curried chrysanthemum oatmeal with a bowl of tomatoes

D: Gumbo burritoes with rice, veggies, an apple, and a bowl of tomatoes

S: Popcorn and a bowl of tomatoes

Summer makes me glad that tomatoes arent fattening
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I had Quorn chicken tenders in an Indian Squash sauce with potatoes and peas.
Rice noodles with Bean sprouts, spinach and tofu and spices.
A Blended hot chocolate that is only dark chocolate, soy milk and ice. (It is as vegan as I can get it.)
Dinner was not as healthy:
Rice with Vegan Mushroom burger, but no peas, as I wasn't in the mood for peas. Tomorrow I will go shopping for more veggies! Craving more spinach. lol


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B: 2 cups cooked oatmeal and banana; coffee

L: blended sweet potato and banana and plant milk; 2 chickpea flour quiche muffins with spinach, sundried tomato and green onion cooked into them; orange; cashew milk

D: sauteed (in veggie broth) fresh broccoli, onion, and peanuts over couscous with a red wine vinegar and spices in it; cashew milk

I also experimented and tried another one of my fresh tomatoes from the garden. no reaction at all. So I am stumped as to why I had such a reaction last week. I'm just glad I can eat my garden tomatoes! Yeah!

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Wow, thanks for all this information! I know next to nothing about allergy testing. Do I have to specify all the allergy tests I want? Or does the doctor go over my history and profile and decide what to test me for? I'm going to look more into this for sure!
An allergist will talk to you about your concerns and make recommendations for testing, but you can ask to add or subtract from their list if you wish. In my experience, they typically prefer to do skin testing, where they prick the skin with a tiny amount of allergen and watch the reaction. However, RAST blood testing is also available, where they draw blood and send it off to a lab to measure potential allergic reactions. I've been through so many tests with my son and have also had some myself.

I am glad you are feeling better! Hopefully, it was a fluke that you won't experience again.
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Yesterday it was homemade seitan on homemade bread, and it was yummy! This morning it was chocolate covered ginger from the local tree hugger shop, dark chocolate, a peach, coffee, and matcha.

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#3851 Old 08-26-2016, 03:47 PM
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Lunch and dinner the same, like a kind of taco with lettuce, avocado, tomato, and rice. Adding chips for dinner.

Mushroom, tomatoes and toast for breakfast.
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Wow, thanks for all this information! I know next to nothing about allergy testing. Do I have to specify all the allergy tests I want? Or does the doctor go over my history and profile and decide what to test me for? I'm going to look more into this for sure!
Be sure that you have had no antibiotics or antihistamines or pro-biotics for a few weeks first. Then, schedule the doctor appointment.

The doctor will ask you for a food journal, discuss symtoms and then will test you for whatever they deem necessary, and have on hand. This is when you ask to be tested for certain foods. The doctor wil then have to order the supplies and test you for those foods at a later date. Testing for tree allergies is easy, because that is normally in stock. However, he will test you for a histamine reaction. If he does not find any skin reaction to the one thing that those with allergies do react to, then he will call it severe intolerance, and do no more testing. This is when the elimination diet is your only option, as no test will determine a food intolerance with great accuracy. A simple blood test will find Celiac though. Also, those with Irritable Bowel syndrome... in my doctors case, he found that 9 out of 10 actually had Celiac and not IBS.
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Be sure that you have had no antibiotics or antihistamines or pro-biotics for a few weeks first. Then, schedule the doctor appointment.

The doctor will ask you for a food journal, discuss symtoms and then will test you for whatever they deem necessary, and have on hand. This is when you ask to be tested for certain foods. The doctor wil then have to order the supplies and test you for those foods at a later date. Testing for tree allergies is easy, because that is normally in stock. However, he will test you for a histamine reaction. If he does not find any skin reaction to the one thing that those with allergies do react to, then he will call it severe intolerance, and do no more testing. This is when the elimination diet is your only option, as no test will determine a food intolerance with great accuracy. A simple blood test will find Celiac though. Also, those with Irritable Bowel syndrome... in my doctors case, he found that 9 out of 10 actually had Celiac and not IBS.
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Thanks for the info! I was tested for Celiac disease many years ago when I had terrible digestive issues (which turned out to be hormonal as I had endometriosis, and then surgical menopause did a number on me later, and all had a profound effect on my digestion). At any rate, I had the blood test first, then a surgical endoscopy with biopsy of duodenum. No sign or trace of any Celiac disease. At one time I did strict gluten free for several months but it made absolutely no difference; though I learned I had an intolerance to quinoa lol. I also have to be careful with elimination diets as I have a long eating disorder history and it can be very triggering. But in a grave medical circumstance I can certainly see doing it. Been down that road numerous times.
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Had toast for breakfast today. Just had some strawberries for pre dinner snack.

Was in Mcdonalds today for the first time this year for lunch. Bit of a challenge here in Chile I asked for a salad without chicken, but it still had cheese. Had I asked them to exclude the cheese, I would have been left with just lettuce and croutons. I think I'm going to ask for two portion of chips next time, or take a packed lunch. I never really thought about it before but Mcdonalds does not seem to have a single real vegan or even vegetarian option, at least not in Chile in the place I was in today. You would think they would have a veggie burger at least.
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My Dad is here visiting from out of state and staying with me.

Breakfast: oatmeal and side of fresh fruit: strawberries, cantaloupe, peaches

Lunch: my Dad took my partner and I out to eat at a local restaurant that had a few meager vegan items. I had a sweet potato burger with onion and sprouts on it, and beet chips on the side. And tea.

Dinner: I made a homemade pot pie filled with peas, potatoes, celery, onion, carrots, green beans, and white gravy; The shells I bought though at my local Whole Foods Coop. I also made rice pudding for dessert. My Dad already drinks almond milk so I provided that too.

the night before I made him peanut butter sweet potato soup and crackers. I had never made that kind of soup before but man was it good!

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My favorite sandwich of all times--Reuben
Tempeh sauteed with diluted liquid smoke
Grilled rye bread
slathered with Just mayo, a bit of kethup and relish
Melted vegan mozzerella and
Sauerkraut
I had two!

Tempeh has become my favorite food
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My favorite sandwich of all times--Reuben
Tempeh sauteed with diluted liquid smoke
Grilled rye bread
slathered with Just mayo, a bit of kethup and relish
Melted vegan mozzerella and
Sauerkraut
I had two!

Tempeh has become my favorite food
Have you tried the Hampton Creek Thousand Island dressing yet? I saw it at Target, along with the smaller squeeze sized bottles of Just Mayo and Just Mayo Light and I grabbed four bottles of them lol. Those were the last four left on the shelves. I hate buying the huge sized jars because 1. I can't leave that stuff alone and squeeze bottles make it harder to eat globs of lol, and 2. I wanted a small size for traveling to hotels etc. I'll bet the Thousand Island would be great on that Reuben!

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I have Just Mayo truffle flavor! It's soooo savory! Like extra, extra umami. I had a $1 off coupon from coupons.com for a 12 oz. My Target has the 32 oz regular jars for $3.50 now so I wanted to try something different.
I've always made thousand island with mayo, ketchup and relish, sometimes onions- I always have those- so I don't even think of trying a premade.
I can't remember if they offered ranch?

I really have enough Just Mayo now! I think I have two big jars in the basement as well as an opened one in fridge

The squeezable does a good job of portion control

I also like to mix mayo with silken tofu when I'm using lots
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This was just dinner:

- Green salad with fresh yellow and red/green striped tomatoes from the garden, and ginger dressing.
- Fresh okra and more tomatoes sauteed with garlic and olive oil.
- Fresh sweet corn, on the cob with Earth Balance.
- Baked beans
- Homemade iced green tea to drink

Between my garden and a visit to the farmer's market this weekend, I have so many tasty veggies to enjoy.
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Had toast for breakfast today. Just had some strawberries for pre dinner snack.

Was in Mcdonalds today for the first time this year for lunch. Bit of a challenge here in Chile I asked for a salad without chicken, but it still had cheese. Had I asked them to exclude the cheese, I would have been left with just lettuce and croutons. I think I'm going to ask for two portion of chips next time, or take a packed lunch. I never really thought about it before but Mcdonalds does not seem to have a single real vegan or even vegetarian option, at least not in Chile in the place I was in today. You would think they would have a veggie burger at least.
Burger King where I live, does have a Veggie Burger. You could try there. At the bottom of this post, is Vegan options that are better, if the places are still around.
McD's does not cater to any special diet. They refuse to have Gluten free options, but will take "off" what you will not eat. This is still better than some restaurants who won't even do that. However, I avoid them like the plague. You may want to do a search for Vegan restaurants where you are, or vegan friendly restaurants.

Indian Restaurants will have good Vegetarian options, but may have Vegan options as well. I used to be able to name the recipe items, but I am not at home, so can not look up specific names. Paneer is their "cheese". You will want to find tomato based, not creamy.

Chinese - Rice in a pinch.
Japanese - Sushi is Vegan! And, I do mean Japanese Sushi and not "USA equivalent faked Sushi". Sashimi is not Vegan. Outside of Japan, I have noticed that some places call Sashimi Sushi, which is just wrong.

I do not know if these are near you or not.
Chili - Govindas Restaurant Vegetariano Ricardo Cumming 643, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
El Huerto Calle Orrego Luco 54, Providencia, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
One blogger I found, went to El Huerto and said that the meal was Vegan and very good. This was back in 2010.

Happy Cow Site This link may help you find places closer to where you are at.


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@Naturebound - With the elimination diet, you will be working with the doctor and with a dietician. The Dietician will be helping you with what you start eating and when to add in the next food or spice to test. You will have your diet very controled by someone else so that you will not be able to "trigger" as easily. The Skin test should come first though. If that test is successful, then you may not need to do the elimination diet. Allergies to food where hives are had, can be life threatening. Best Wishes!


What I ate that was Vegan - Cereal in Soy Milk. Nuts and Fruit mix. For Lunch, the rice noodles, tofu and spinach was the vegan bits. Guilty! It was not completely vegan. I forgot to have them leave off the Vegetarian bits. Oops!


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Let me start off with saying that I now attend an international boarding school in china, so I don't get much variety, we do get rice everyday at lunch and dinner. However, eating vegan here hasn't been hard at all!

yesterday:
Brunch (we do that on sundays): Fried noodles with carrot and cucumber shreds, fried rice, steamed pumpkin and soy milk.
Dinner: Green beans, a steamed vegetable we call "baby cabbage" here (not brussel sprouts lol) and some lettuce, cucumber and cherry tomatoes from the salad bar with rice.

Today:
Breakfast: A small plate of cantaloupe, a piece of toast with jam, a cup of soy milk.
Snack: chinese steamed brown sugar cake
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Breakfast: Cantaloupe, toast and jam
Lunch: Potato, cabbage with rice vermicelli and rice
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B: mango and almonds

Lunch and morning snack: pudding I made up involving blending a mixture of white beans, pumpkin, steamed apple, and blackstrap molasses (tasted like caramel); peas and mixed vegetables over millet with lots of spices and squirt of lime juice; cashew milk

Dinner: sauteed in light coconut milk: carrots, cauliflower, yellow split peas (precooked the day before) and onion with spices such as curry powder, turmeric, cinnamon, garam masala, garlic powder, all over brown rice; cashew milk
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Breakfast: Tomato and garbanzo bean puree with Ginger Tofu, Spinach, Brown Rice. Soy Milk

Lunch: Skipped, as Breakfast was late.

Dinner: Quorn Chick'n with Tomato and Garbanzo bean puree` over Brown Rice and Spinach. Soy Milk, Raspberries.
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B: smoothie (kale, pineapple, blueberries, banana, chia seeds)

L: homemade cornflour tortilla with pinto beans, zucchini, tomatoes, salsa tucked in it; homemade oil free banana molasses muffin; cashew milk

D: homemade falafal patties (blended chickpeas, fresh parsley from my garden, onion from my garden, oats, cumin, garlic powder, black pepper, and pinch of unsweetened coconut milk yogurt and then shaped into patties); steamed green beans; and coconut yogurt/vegan mayo lemon sauce to go over the whole shabang. More Cashew milk

This is the first time I have made homemade falafal, though this method wasn't the "traditional" one, but oh man were they good!

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Dinner last night: sunflower mac, and a ton of steamed broccoli ^_^

Breakfast today: plain multigrain bagel and soy latte
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Dinner last night: sunflower mac, and a ton of steamed broccoli ^_^

Breakfast today: plain multigrain bagel and soy latte
Good to see you back and posting again! I haven't tried sunflower mac yet, but I have the recipe from the Oh She Glows blog bookmarked to try someday.
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Good to see you back and posting again! I haven't tried sunflower mac yet, but I have the recipe from the Oh She Glows blog bookmarked to try someday.
thank you! ^_^ we can't decide whether we like the cashew variation better or the sunflower one, so I just keep alternating them! LOL

I'm using the sunflower mac recipe from Isa Does It; it's really yummy!
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thank you! ^_^ we can't decide whether we like the cashew variation better or the sunflower one, so I just keep alternating them! LOL

I'm using the sunflower mac recipe from Isa Does It; it's really yummy!
I totally meant Isa Does It and Post Punk Kitchen, not Oh She Glows!
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