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Recent Eats and Recipes: Going Back to the Basics

Recent Eats and Recipes: Going Back to the Basics


It’s been a really long time since I shared some eats. 

Not too surprisingly, as if you’ve been reading lately, I’ve been going through some dietary…. experimentation? 

I’ve been having to take a look at my food in a way I never have before.


Since it’s been so long, I thought I’d just go a ways back – a few weeks or so – and share some of my recent “food diary.” Some things I was – and am now – eating and the things I’ve been noticing and changing along the way. Plus some things I’ve been making to try and appease some of those changes. 

Lemon and ginger

A couple weeks ago, I was loving my ginger/lemon/cayenne shots. My co-worker and I had a tradition of starting each shift with “shots.” (I scored this fancy version for home one day, which I split over a few mornings).  Both lemon and ginger are known to be great immune boosters, detoxifiers and digestive soothers, and it always snapped me out of a brain fog immediately. I loved it.  I’ve stopped with the lemon and ginger for now, though. Too much acidity, possibly. 

Acai / yogurt / banana / strawberries / blueberries and a slew of seeds: chia, flax, hemp and pumpkin 

I was also loving me some fruit heavy yogurt bowls with lots of seeds, as per one of the suggestions made by the TCM doctor.  I was having a lot of strawberries back at that time – as you can see – and I started to get a strange feeling that they weren’t settling well with me. So I stopped buying them. 

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Chocolate chip banana muffin with homemade ghee + yogurt / cocoa / maca / banana / strawberries / hemp seeds 

I’ll say it now. There are still zero answers.

And this post is going to be one big smorgesbord of non-sensical analyzing. 

I have been following the low-FODMAP diet – pretty closely –  for the last couple weeks and, no matter its significance, I have noticed a large improvement in my symptoms. Mostly in regards to bloating and distention. I havn’t had nearly as much. 

That being said, the dietician that works alongside the NP I saw this week told me not to follow it. 

So, there’s that. 

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2 slices of my banana flour double chocolate loaf  + peanut butter + more strawberries 

I think the best advice I have gotten through all of this has been from my mother. 

My mom said I should just, “eat naked.”

…. to which I replied

“Mother. I already do that. 90% of the time.” #istilllivebymyself 

Ba dum bum ching.

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Baked oatmeal / blueberries / banana / peanut butter

What she really meant, of course, was I just need to eat plainly

Back. To. The. Basics. 

Essentially this matches well with a low-FODMAP diet as it means no fancy sauces (no onion or garlic), no weird baking (applesauce, honey), and just no complex recipes.

going back to the basics

Oatmeal + peanut butter + blueberries + a quinoa/black sesame/pumpkin seed crunch I created after the TCM suggested more black sesame seeds. Recipe will be coming!

So, out come the basics: Oatmeal. Rice. Potatoes. Meats. Veggies. 

I think the best medicine is just letting my body do what it needs to do, on its own.  I hope getting back to the basics and eating simple – non-acidic – foods for a while will give my stomach/bacteria time to turn itself around and get re-balanced. Even if it doesn’t, eating this way is proving to decrease a lot of my discomfort at least in the short term. It’s also making it much easier to pin point when I have something that triggers an upset. Which is very important right now. 

going back to the basics

Oat/ blueberry/cranberry muffin

Oats have been settling really well. 

There’s a cafe near my house that sells this wheat free, super dense, oat berry muffin, and each time I have it my stomach feels really good.  So, I’ve been heading there a few more mornings than I care to admit. But its delicious, and if it feels good…. I’m going to keep it coming. 

I’m not a smoothie person. Which sucks because there are some really awesome ones at work. There is one, however, that I really love and was trying to have nearly every shift.  Almond milk + banana + maple syrup + cocoa + coconut oil + maca + mesquite. Super delicious and super good for you. I’ve been pumped to get in more maca, as if you remember this post, I started incorporating it into my diet a while back for its hormone balancing benefits. 

I’ve been sticking away from most fruits lately though, so the smoothies haven’t been much of an option anyways. I tried having a fruit and veggie smoothie yesterday (orange, strawberries, blueberries, kale, spinach) and not even half way through my stomach started to ache. So, that was a bit of a testimony. 

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Yogurt/peanut butter/ berries + homemade sourdough blueberry muffins 

I made a batch of blueberry sourdough muffins, which were delicious, but I either burned them or shouldn’t have used muffin liners because they stuck like crazy. 

And unfortunately, this breakfast killed me.  I know this sounds crazy, but I think anything fermented is causing a not-good reaction.  I’ve noticed the burning sensation very strongly after eating yogurt, tamari, saurkraut, and tempeh. All of which I was having quite frequently at work. 

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Homemade gluten free sourdough bread that I was totally jazzed about. With peanut butter / banana / sesame seeds

This obviously sucks. Especially since I’ve been doing a lot of sourdough baking. You know, to do good things for my stomach. 

Ironic right? Fermentation = probiotics = supposed to be good for your stomach. 

Who knows. All that to say, I’ve stopped eating anything fermented. 

….back. to. the. basics. 

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My most impressive meal ever: Homemade sourdough + homemade ghee / farmers market eggs, kale and carrots / bone broth

I’ve been drinking organic/grassfed bone broth and have been finding it really soothing for my stomach. It took a while to get it to a place that actually tasted drinkable. But once I did, I’ve been excited to reap the benefits of the natural gelatin, collagen, digestive enzymes etc. 

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Chicken thighs / roasted potatoes sans onion or garlic / steamed broccoli with ghee and salt / homemade ketchup

In my low-fodmaps trials, I knew I couldn’t be happy without ketchup. I mean, come on. So, I made my own! This homemade low-fodmap ketchup is DELICIOUS. I added a few drops of liquid smoke (you don’t need much) and it absolutely wins over the real/fake/store bought stuff. 

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Chicken breast / roasted kabocha squash and japanese sweet potato / steamed broccoli with ghee and salt post pic

I’ve been reminded the wonders of simplicity – and that it is totally possible to have a delicious meal without onion and garlic.  I’ve been cooking chicken in a very simple marinade of maple syrup, worcestershire, soy sauce and balsamic vinegar and am really pleased with the results.  

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I didn’t see myself lasting too long without garlic though. So I finally found this gem that is hopefully going to open up a whole load of recipe options again. 

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Homemade meatballs / tomato sauce / zoodles

First place to use my new condiment was in throwing together a simple, low-FODMAP tomato sauce (tomatoes, garlic oil, Italian seasoning, kale and grated carrot) to serve with some really simple meatballs I also threw together (beef, egg, Italian spices). And if you saw Instagram you know the story behind the zoodles.

Homemade low-FODMAP chocolate pudding using this recipe (frozen – as I forgot to take a picture of the thawed version) 

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Ooooo and my new favorite treat: Robyn’s chocolate chip cookie dough bars. SO delicious. 

Waiting for a late night bus: superfood hot chocolate (almond milk, cocoa, maple syrup, coconut oil, maca) + kabocha + peanut butter + greek yogurt

Yogurt. No bueno. 

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Weirdly enough, popcorn has actually been a huge help. I swear there’s been a couple nights where it has actually made the discomfort lessen. I had never tried any of the skinny pop/boom chika/bagged popcorns before, but this guy was on half price and I gotta say, its pretty good. I just have to eat half the bag is all.

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I think these guys – digestive enzymes – have been the biggest help of all, though. It seems to be really helping taking one with each meal. 

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Dark chocolate + oranges + blueberries (low-FODMAP approved fruits)

Chocolate also seems to be on the safe side. 

…..thank god. 

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So to recap, in the last few days I’ve been eating a lot of oatmeal and blueberries, chicken and potatoes with my homemade ketchup, my homemade tomato sauce and meatballs, popcorn, and chocolate. Each of these things I’ve made have not contained onion and garlic, I have not been eating much of any fruit besides blueberries, no nuts besides peanuts, no complex sauces from work, and no fermented foods. Between this and taking digestive enzymes…I’ve been feeling quite a bit better. I don’t know what the real reasoning behind it may be, but I’m going to stick with keeping things really simple for at least a while yet. Then, if I continue to feel better, I’ll slowly start bringing back some of the “regular” items and see what happens. 

I don’t want to over-dramatize. In fact, I don’t think there is going to be anything found to be wrong. I still have a couple more tests I am being sent for and am being referred to a gastro specialist, but – unfortunately – I think this is a situation that is needing to be healed by me and me alone. 

Linking up with Laura for WIAW and Amanda for TOL

Tell me,

Have you ever made your own ketchup? 

Have you ever gone “back to the basics” to reset your body?

What is your favorite super simple meal?






  1. Jana | 17th Aug 17

    Go Cora!

    Momma knows best girl ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I had debilitating IBS (actually ended up being Crohn’s disease…) But eating ‘naked’ is the best ๐Ÿ™‚ White bread, rice, cereal, plain & gentle is where it’s at. Also chocolate & cake (lots of cake sometimes…) But seriously a good bit of plain baking (classic choc chip muffin or cookies etc) when I’m not feeling great works wonders for calming my stomach down. I can’t do anything acidic either, & fermented is the worst thing ever for my stomach (so ironic) Pickled anything is also a trigger (sadly) but I feel soooo much better that it’s worth the sacrifice & loss of spice ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Keep doing what works for you & feeling your way through- it’s a tough journey & you are doing so well!

    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Jana!! Thank you so much for this!

      So fermented hurts you, too!? Its hard not to think I’m just crazy or making things up with that one. Especially since that’s all the things you are “supposed” to have for a “healthy gut.” But I’m also 100% finding that things like rice, oats and breads are what feel the best -both physically and mentally. Its really interesting. I just seem to have an aversion to anything too veggie heavy right now. I’m not sure if that’s more mental fear or my body telling me it can’t do it, but the message is coming across very clear. That’s all I want.

  2. Patricia @Sweet and Strong | 17th Aug 17

    I love what your mom said, ‘eat naked’. Makes so much sense when trying to reset your body or discover any intolerances.
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      She’s a smart lady!

  3. Alyssa | 17th Aug 17

    Those digestive enzymes are awesome!! haha what you’re mom said is awesome. made me chuckle. also- those oats look amazing. and ghee is awesome too- i need to restock or make my own!!
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Oats and ghee and digestive enzymes are very close friends of mine right now ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Lana | 17th Aug 17

    Hi Cora,
    As soon as I started reading I knew I was going to suggest to simplify your meals…and then you mentioned your mom said the same thing. It must be true then! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      You are both smart women!!

  5. Joyce @ The Hungry Caterpillar | 17th Aug 17

    Okay. Now I want to try eating naked. (That might weird my roommate out, though.)
    This journey has been so tough and confusing for you, I know. It’s so confusing when one medical professional says one thing and another says another. What I *am* super happy about is that you have been able to find some relief from your symptoms–as well as identify some triggers. You’re very attuned to your body and I know you’ll find what’s right for you.
    Definitely checking out that chocolate pudding. I’ve yet to make my own ketchup–I buy the version with no HFCS–but I might have to give it a try too!
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      It has been confusing, but I’m also very happy to know that I am – slowly – figuring out some triggers, and that I have been finding a lot more relief in these last few days. My questions now are,”okay so juice hurts my stomach – but is this going to be forever!?” I just don’t know how permanent any of this will be.

      The chocolate pudding is great – I think you’d like it. But that ketchup! oh man. So good!

  6. Emily Swanson | 17th Aug 17

    I definitely think that God can heal your digestion. I have been so overwhelmed and amazed by how God has so mercifully knit my intestines back together. To me, it almost sounds like you might have SIBO, but I’m not a doctor or health professional so I could be 1000% wrong.

    Also, I love that you just went back to simple. When I first started doing a loose elimination diet for digestive healing, she had me not eat very many FODMAP foods especially onions and garlic because they’re usually some of the biggest offenders. It’s INCREDIBLE, because after working with Victoria, I’ve been humbled that I don’t really get any digestive discomfort any more after eating onions and garlic.

    I’m thankful that you’re optimistic Cora, and I know that the One who created your body can heal it. <3
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      I’m curious to get checked for SIBO. Anything is possible…

      Wow. Your experience working with Victoria is amazing. I can’t believe you no longer get discomfort from things that really bugged you before!? The gut CAN heal itself! May I ask, how long did you actually eliminate these major things for? Right now I am finding so much relief, but I just don’t know how long I should be doing this, and if what triggers me is a permanent thing or not.

  7. Naomi @ Naomi Why: Roots | 17th Aug 17

    Oh, I love that advice. As someone with a history of getting too preoccupied with food too easily, it’s a good reminder. I’m so glad you’ve found some foods that are settling well. You’ve got this! My favorite super simple would have to be toast and eggs and avocado. Rooting for you!
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Mmmm. Yep that’s a winner right there.

      You know, I’m finding a lot of surprising benefits from going back to simple. Although it may be restrictive in some ways, I’m actually finding it to he very helpful for my recovery and tendencies to over think food. Going back to simple means you appreciate what you have and you think less about it needing to be “perfect.” I think its been very good for me, in many ways.

  8. danielle | 17th Aug 17

    i want to make all of these recipes! i have also been reducing the acid foods and also noticed that yogurt does n ot sit well in my stomach, which is quite frustrating but i’m not going to fight it. no more yogurt! or fermented foods for me either acutally. isn’t it funny that these good gut foods are bad for our guts? during my extensive cancer and thyroid research, and metabolic research, i’ve found that the fermented foods are not good with my system. i’m actually happy to have discovered this because i AM one of those people that will eat for the sake of health versus pleasure. it’s a tough road to travel – do i eat for health or pleasure or both? well, with a thyroid cancer diagnosis and 20+ years of ED i definitely have a struggle internally. i want to heal my body, so i choose health. but i also want to heal my soul and my spirit so i choose to see those foods that will do that.. that feel good. what feels good anymore???? not muffins, sadly. i have been experiementing with all foods and every time i eat muffins made with regular flour they feel funny. maybe it’s because it’s been so long that i think about it? i’m being my own restoration guinea pig and allowing myself space to eat all the foods but consider how do i feel. does it bring me energy, joy, happiness, taste? what else? there are no bad things. i’m just allowing myself to sit with some physical discomfort and go from there.
    thank you for the recipes, i will be making the double chocolate things!

    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Yogurt for you, too?? and fermented foods? I was really thinking I was just crazy on that one. So this is actually super super nice for me to hear (though I wish it wasn’t an issue for you, either). I wonder why?!!

      Oh gosh. Eating for health vs. pleasure. I know I can sometimes ride the fuzzy line in-between where I don’t even know which is which. Maybe this current experience is my body actually telling me it doesn’t need any more of these “health” foods.

      This is all really motivating advice – what you’ve been doing in terms to allowing yourself to eat all the foods but really watching to see how they make you feel. I think there’s got to be a way to heal our bodies AND eat what makes our souls happy. Its just going to take a bit more time to figure it out, perhaps.

      “iโ€™m just allowing myself to sit with some physical discomfort and go from there.” —-> needed this. Thank you.

  9. Sarah @ Bucket List Tummy | 17th Aug 17

    I am glad you are starting to find some answers, even if it means eliminating some of your favorite foods (no tempeh, yogurt would be so hard!). But eating “naked” as your mom put it has some benefits. Also, a life without ketchup would be a sad one indeed. I need to try this homemade version!!
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      I absolutely could not do a life without ketchup. That was the first recipe I made, haha.

      Its definitely a transition away from foods I love, and I have no idea how long this will need to happen, but the relief in discomfort is making it 100% worth it. And, actually, going back to simple is proving to have a lot more benefits than I would have thought. Its rather calming to go back to simple.

  10. Ellie Pell | 17th Aug 17

    I agree with your mom, this sounds so stressful. My simple meal: rice, beans, salsa. Easy to eat, easy to make and tastes great ๐Ÿ™‚
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Yep that’s an Ellie-special right there. Simple and delicious.

  11. Sarah | 17th Aug 17

    First, all of your eats look delicious! I too like your mom’s comment taken either way. (I live alone.) It is interesting to read what your TCM practioner has said. Some of the recommendations are similar to those i have gotten. However, I am very grateful he is in agreement with eating fermented foods because I would have an awfully hard time giving up greek yogurt! It used to be that strawberries were one of my favorite foods. But after getting food poisoning from them about a year and a half ago I remain turned off. I have also read that they are not recommended for those with low thyroid. Like you, I have found blueberries to be well tolerated. I used to eat several servings of fruit a day but, anymore, that doesn’t seem to agree with me and blueberries are among a handful of those that work. I had my second acupuncture treatment yesterday. I do think it is helping with both digestion and appetite so I am so very grateful to you because had I not read your blog I would not have made the call to this doctor and found something that appears to be working.

    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      That’s so interesting about strawberries. I really don’t understand why I seem to not be tolerating them. I don’t feel like I’m tolerating much of any fruit, actually. How can that be!?? I’m going to look into the low thyroid claim…

      So glad TCM is having benefits <3

  12. Casey the College Celiac | 17th Aug 17

    SO PROUD of you girl! It’s totally not easy to have to always be thinking about what you’re eating and how it’s affecting your body, but you seem to finding your groove. Your mom is a wise woman! <3
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      You know, it really isn’t easy, but if you start to see patterns or answers, it is SO worth it. I can’t imagine how much of this documenting you have had to do in your years.

  13. chasetheredgrape | 17th Aug 17

    So even though you have seen a massive improvement the dietician told you to stop what you are doing? Very odd… Just you follow your heart and gut to help you figure out what works best for you as an individual. (But I understand she has put you in a very hard place by saying what she did).
    Buuuuut to get back to the positive – that’s great you can still use what you have learned to move forward. Funny my mum is the same with fermented products, she just doesn’t do well with them. The exception being some sourdough… She is ok with a slice or two per day.
    Your mums advice is wonderful though – basics are where it is at!

    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      It was one doctor that told me to go on the low-fodmap diet, and it was a totally different dietician – who hasn’t even seen me personally since all of this has happened – who told the NP I saw to tell me not to do it. So.. .confusing and frustrating, yes… but I’ve just decided to keep doing what I am doing and listen to myself. As long as I continue to feel relief and it enables me to get some answers. For now. Then I will need guidance to know where to go from here.

      That’s so bizarre how I’m learning some people don’t tolerate fermented foods. Especially since that’s what you are “supposed” to eat for healthy digestion. Must be something to do with an imbalance of good bacteria. But yes. Basics and simplicity are really important and seem to be helping in so many ways.

  14. Evangeline | 19th Aug 17

    Mommy advocates use this phrase when they’re helping new moms who are nervous about whether or not to breastfeed their babies or formula feed: “fed is best.” Weird example, but I guess it’s kind of the same situation here. You’re finding what works best for you, and if you are fed and satiated (hopefully without experiencing GI discomfort), then we consider that a major win! I’m super stoked to hear that the changes are helping. You’re so strong and wise. I’m praying that those painful symptoms will disappear completely and soon.
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    • Cora | 19th Aug 17

      Huh. Fed is best. I like this. I think it kind of goes along with the surprising joys I’m learning from going back to simple. Its taking out a lot of the questions about what to eat and wanting it to be “perfect.” When I can’t really decide, now I can feel satisfied in just knowing I had something simple and nutritious… because just being fed is best ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Rachel | 20th Aug 17

    Love this update!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Fermented anything rips me apart, I actually find a lot of the supposedly ‘gut healing foods & spices’ do the exact opposite of help! Weird- but I think it’s almost just logical that gentler or ‘naked’ (love your mom!) foods would be just that- gentle & settling for a wounded stomach. And that what ED’s do- they cause damage that needs to heal, not be irritated ๐Ÿ™‚ So keep doing what works, you are a rockstar.

    I find bread, toast, pasta with simple cream based sauce (cheese tortellini or spaghetti carbonara< yum!) & not a whole lot of veg (few peas here & there is about all I'm handling at the moment) is really helping me feel my best right now ๐Ÿ™‚ Also sponge cake.. Or just cake in general & ice cream ๐Ÿ˜‰


    • Cora | 21st Aug 17

      Rachel!! Thank you so much for this comment!

      They rip you apart too? Geez Louise this is nuts. When did it start happening for you? All of a sudden or has it always been this way?

      Ps omg cheese tortellini sounds AMAZING right now. And cake. Always cake.

      Keep in touch! <3

  16. Miss Polkadot | 20th Aug 17

    Leave it to me to be the last one to comment [not last one to read though, promise] :(.
    There’s so much I want to say after reading this – where to start? For one, this post is proof of two things: 1. Moms know best and 2. Simplicity in food doesn’t have to be boring.
    Regarding the first one: definitely one I’ve found to be true, too. While your mum really nailed it by ‘eating naked’, mine is an advocate of simple foods, too. Potatoes with a dab of butter and some salt might be one of her favourite quick meals.
    It’s so frustrating you have to miss out on many of your favourite foods because your digestive system has decided to hate them all of a sudden. Ir’s a true mystery and I wish I could offer any advice or insight to help you find more clarity. What I’ll say, though, is that you deserve a gold star or at least pat on the back for how you’ve been navigating this new situation. If I didn’t know about your current conditions, the food choices pictured here wouldn’t have made me guess much had changed. Same old delicious-creative Cora style.
    One odd thing I might be able to share regarding your reaction to fruit, though, is that some people apparently are allergic to the seeds only [i.e. those on strawberries] OR this one: https://www.healthtap.com/user_questions/560904-is-it-possible-to-be-allergic-to-a-fruit-s-seed-but-not-the-actual-fruit
    I first read about this in a German source which I obviously can’t link but this is the closest a quick search brought up.
    And since I’m this late commenting: Happy Sunday, lady!

    • Cora | 21st Aug 17

      You have such a gift for making me – any of us – feel more positive about our situations. And to help us recognize our strengths. Thank you for making me feel better, as always.

      Potatoes and butter are a big go to over here right now. I happily eat dinner with your mom.

      Seeds huh? So that’s super interesting. The fruit thing is really confusing me. I think it is almost –
      almost – time I give a piece of fruit a try again and see how it feels. I’m still kind of nervous too. Going to read up on this. Thank you love.

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  18. Kaylee | 21st Aug 17

    I now see where you get your wiseness from–your mother! That’s excellent advice either way you perceive it.
    It’s interesting and really quite impressive that you’re this in tune with your body. I can relate to having to eliminate certain foods (allergy purposes for me). It’s tough especially when it’s something you know you enjoy, is nourishing and has been a staple in your kitchen. Glad chocolate still fits in for you. Excited to hear more updates about this process. Crossing my fingers that you can figure this out soon though! Keep at it, Cora.

    My go-to, basic meal would be an egg and veggie scramble served with a side of toast. Essentially, breakfast for dinner. I’ve also been on an oat kick lately–oatmeal, overnight oats, oatty granola.

    (To Miss Polkadot, looks like I beat you at being the last one to comment ? I too am sorry for reading and commenting so late! Grrr life!)
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  19. Meghan@CleanEatsFastFeets | 23rd Aug 17

    I’m glad to hear you’re feeling a bit better, and I agree with moms, “Eat Naked!”
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