Hope wrote: If you do choose to eat it, it would be tasty with mashed rutabagas or mashed turnips.
Hi, Hope and Katy.
Hope, when I read the word ‘rutabagas’ … man, what a memory that word registered in my mind. Is this a food item that you’ve always eaten?
I had heard of it, but never tried it until a while back. It was before I started my actual recovery, so no doubt the Candida was still fairly strong in my system. I had read that rutabaga was an excellent antifungal, and since I was trying to add as many of these foods as possible to my diet, I thought I’d try it. Well, I liked it, and ended up eating almost an entire, large rutabaga for one meal. By that evening, I was having one of the worse die-off experiences – or sickness of any kind of my entire life. It went on for hour after hour. This was when I discovered the products Candidate and Molybdenum to lessen the die-off symptoms. I went searching for something, anything that could help the die-off so that I’d never have to go through that again.
I suppose it all happened because I ate that much at one time and had never eaten it before. Not a pleasant experience. I plan to add them back to my diet, but I know I’m procrastinating about doing that, partly (no doubt) because of the horrible experience, but also… those darn things are so aggravating to peel and cut, man, you need a tree axe to slice them.
I guess you’ve always enjoyed them on a regular basis?