- April 24, 2013 at 4:01 pm #103434
jkh783MemberTopics: 1Replies: 0
I have an intolerance to eggs and most grains. I have just started the diet (not the one on this site though) and I am really struggling with breakfast. Is plain greek yogurt okay? I don’t know what I am going to do otherwise!
Thanks for your help!April 24, 2013 at 5:24 pm #103445
MarlauMemberTopics: 6Replies: 14
sautee or steam some veggies and pour olive oil on top after they are done. I also have been eating hemp seeds and hemp protein.April 24, 2013 at 6:48 pm #103453
RuffianParticipantTopics: 9Replies: 72
Breakfast was a problem for me too. I had to change the way I thought about it. Now I eat sliced cucmbers, some roasted almonds, and a glass of unsweetened coconut milk. Maybe some rotisserie turkey from the night before.April 25, 2013 at 1:16 am #103477
agray26MemberTopics: 0Replies: 1
I’m starting the strict candida diet on Monday and am already worried about breakfast…
I also have an egg intolerance and also a dairy intolerance, so yogurt is out for me too.
I have some brown rice cakes, but I just can’t fathom the idea of not eating them with anything on top of them. My naturopath says a little bit of almond butter is ok, but that I shouldn’t rely on it as an every day thing.
I would love some more suggestions!April 25, 2013 at 3:04 am #103479
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6821
pumpkin muffin bread (slice)
greek yogurt and kefir mixture with blueberries (8g of sugar)
oat bran or cream of buckwheat
eggs and rutabega (pan fried)
-rasterApril 25, 2013 at 5:36 pm #103523
barnmouseMemberTopics: 3Replies: 53
I like rutabaga hash browns or pureed rutabaga with lots of coconut oil, which I think makes a big difference in the taste and texture. Sometimes I’ll add coconut milk. If you can tolerate buckwheat, buckwheat pancakes can be made without eggs. Lately I’ve been drinking green smoothies, which I’m really enjoying.April 25, 2013 at 6:08 pm #103532
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
i do either buckwheat or oat bran cereal each morning with a glass of dairy kefir now, but when I started I would usually just make a big pot of soup every few days and have veggie soup (check out my Bieler broth recipe) for breakfast.August 4, 2013 at 10:31 am #108613
DaughterNatureMemberTopics: 20Replies: 82
Do you experience any reactions from buckwheat or are you able to eat it regularly. What ways do you prepare it (raw groats, soba, boiled, toasted “kasha”, etc.)? I think I have major problems digesting buckwheat.
Thanks.October 10, 2013 at 1:53 pm #111299
kjones02ParticipantTopics: 79Replies: 315
Lately, I find I have been nauseous in the morning, and still tired. I usually find just some puffed millet cereal is pretty good. I tolerate millet better than buckwheat. I was eating buckwheat for awhile, but I think I still do better mostly without, except every once in awhile. I always have herbal tea in the morning, just be careful which ones you get because I have found a few that react to me. I need to stop this; I have had coffee as a treat a few times (a low-acid 1/2 caffeine one). Sometimes though, it does help if I am feeling constipated though.
Then, another good breakfast option is having homemade veggie soup in the morning. Nice and filling, been great for these chilly mornings now, and easy on my stomach.October 13, 2013 at 1:34 am #111383
KRE1983MemberTopics: 12Replies: 15
I eat a lot of porridge…My favorite is oat bran (Bob’s Red Mill GF Oat Bran) or cream of buckwheat (Pocono is my favorite brand so far). Hopefully one of those two “grains” is okay for you?
I am fortunate that oat bran does not bother me…I eat so much of it that I have it on auto-ship from amazon.com, and it is so cheap that it’s a nice break from all the expensive organic veggies I’m buying at the market every week. I make a whole bag at a time (1 bag of oat bran + 10c water if you use the BRM brand) and keep it in the fridge. It is also very nice to have first thing in the morning or on the go when I’m running late!
The best part of either oat bran or cream of buckwheat is that you can make it “sweet” with cinnamon or savory with herbs. There is a really good recipe in the forum for Savory Breakfast Porridge too! It is good even without the nutritional yeast, which people earlier in the diet can’t do. 🙂
Plain unsweetened greek yogurt is okay if your body doesn’t react to it, and often we need to limit our daily intake. It tastes good with a little lemon juice squeezed on top!
Good luck!January 22, 2014 at 4:05 am #114890
not4saknParticipantTopics: 5Replies: 15
Where do you find pumpkin muffin bread? Is this ok early on the diet?
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