OK. So, A – Time Warner Cable is just as horrible as any other massive service provider, and when I moved my TV in to another room, I lost cable and internet, and so I have been unable to post. B – I have been really sick for awhile and turns out I have a food mold allergy. So for the next couple weeks I am to be without the following foods until it can be narrowed down.
shellfish (different allergy)
pickled and smoked meats and fish, sausage, pastrami, corned beef, etc.
all cheeses including sour cream, sour milk and buttermilk
dried fruit, raisins, figs etc.
fresh rolls, sour breads, coffee cakes, yeast
melons, esp cantaloupe
NOW. If you read this blog, you know that these are MY food groups! As my dear friend Ian said “Don’t you usually eat those all at the same time?”
YES. Yes I do.
So, this is where you come in, dear readers. I need HELP. I need it NOW. I have a few recipes I know and love (and will post) but I am at a loss, especially without vinegar or soy. If you or anyone you know has a recipe, please post it or a link in the comments.
For more info on exactly what I am talking about please reference Yeast and Mold Free Diet. I clearly have no idea what I am doing, so any advice would be appreciated. : )
OMG. That’s terrible! I just read the info on the link that you posted. That is, like, EVERYTHING!
Brown-rice sushi obviously out (vinegar on rice, and possibly soy), all leavened anything, anything that could possible ferment and/or is fermented. It looks like bacon is out too!
You poor thing!
I will keep my eyes peeled for recipes. In the meanwhile, roast chicken with olive oil? Blanched green beans with almonds? Steak. Lots of steak. And fish. Whole, stuffed with thyme and drizzled with olive oil. Can you have fresh lemon juice?
Ugh. Will keep thinking!
This site has a mold-free cookbook: http://www.auburnmich.com/moldfree/index.htm
sometimes mold allergies are hard to prevent since mold can live at every corner of your home.^
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I’ve been dealing with mold illness for over a year now and was looking for recipes as well. You should check out this site (provided a link below) – it explains everything you can and can’t eat. Avoid tomatoes and especially corn –corn is very moldy! The book, The War Within has some useful info.
Here is the website: http://www.survivingtoxicmold.com/mold_detox_diet1
Hope it helps hun, good luck!