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Best recipes for those with diet restrictions


David Morrill
(@wolf1476)
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Throw out your best recipes or food ideas to help others that have food restrictions.


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Sandy
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I'm not a big cook, but I like to keep things simple by:

- chopping up fruits and veggies to have handy for snacks or dipping

- chopping up veggies that I can throw into a pasta, grain-free pasta, omelet, or scramble

- buying fresh rotisserie chicken meat for a quick sandwich or to put on top of a salad for protein

- buying pre-chopped options like sweet potatoes and broccoli that I can just put on a pan with chicken or fish and roast the whole thing in the oven with olive oil and seasoning

- making and freezing smoothie bags (usually with kale or spinach and a variety of fruits) to combine with a protein source (chia seeds, ground flax, lentils, nut butter) and some version of milk (oat, almond, regular, etc.) for a quick breakfast or healthy snack


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Brenda
(@bree)
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I keep an eye on sodium in condiments. A teaspoon here and a dollop there quickly adds up to my daily total


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lnmrley
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Posted by: @sandybrunner

I'm not a big cook, but I like to keep things simple by:

- chopping up fruits and veggies to have handy for coffee or dipping

- chopping up veggies that I can throw into a pasta, grain-free pasta, omelet, or scramble

- buying fresh rotisserie chicken meat for a quick sandwich or to put on top of a salad for protein

- buying pre-chopped options like sweet potatoes and broccoli that I can just put on a pan with chicken or fish and roast the whole thing in the oven with olive oil and seasoning

- making and freezing smoothie bags (usually with kale or spinach and a variety of fruits) to combine with a protein source (chia seeds, ground flax, lentils, nut butter) and some version of milk (oat, almond, regular, etc.) for a quick breakfast or healthy snack

I thought that I knew something about cooking and can prepare all the products, but you showed that there are moments to learn. thx!


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Jonas
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I think veggies are the best option for a healthy and balanced diet. 


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