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  • #85922

    Angor
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    I know Almond Flour isn’t allowed since it contains mold, but I can’t tolerate any of the flours on the food list, and without those, the all-vegetable-diet can be a bit tricky in the long run (especially when I have to limit what vegetables I eat, since my stomach is sensitive to fiber).

    Isn’t there anything you could do with Almond Flour to make it more tolerable? Like, putting it in the oven for a while to burn away the mold, or … You see what I’m after?

    Thanks in advance!

    #85927

    raster
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    Have you tried almond meal? I haven’t seen almond flour before, so don’t know anything about it…

    Have you tried teff or buckwheat flours?

    -raster

    #85945

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    raster wrote: Have you tried almond meal? I haven’t seen almond flour before, so don’t know anything about it…

    Have you tried teff or buckwheat flours?

    -raster

    I’ve tried it a couple of weeks ago, but I don’t remember how I did react since it was just in the beginning of my diet. I think almond flour and almond meal is the same thing different name 🙂

    I also tried buckwheat it gave me bad gas.

    Any ideas on the Almond Flour? Oven mold burn ..?

    #85980

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    I don’t think the almond meal/flour contains many molds; I never had a reaction to it and I am very sensitive to molds. They might use fresher almonds or only use the inside part of the almond (not the outside).

    -raster

    #85998

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    raster wrote: I don’t think the almond meal/flour contains many molds; I never had a reaction to it and I am very sensitive to molds. They might use fresher almonds or only use the inside part of the almond (not the outside).

    -raster

    Oh. Thanks. Then, there’s maybe another reason their not allowed? Why is it? 🙂

    #86000

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    I’d ask able about it and why its not on the list. I think it should at least be included in the test food item part of the page. He did make it more strict than before…I bet his main concern is molds.

    -raster

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