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    Positivo
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    Hey everyone,

    I wanted to know if and when it could be appropriate to eat quinoa, buckwheat, oat bran or amaranth?

    Any advice would be great. Thanks.

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    Able900
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    #74604

    Tuula
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    Hi Positivo,

    I started eating buckwheat, brown rice, quinoa flakes, quinoa, coconut flour and amaranth after about 2 weeks on the diet.
    Only now I have been diagnosed allergic to buckwheat, which is a pity since I like the stuff.

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    blakek89
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    Positivo wrote: Hey everyone,

    I wanted to know if and when it could be appropriate to eat quinoa, buckwheat, oat bran or amaranth?

    Any advice would be great. Thanks.

    I eat oatmeal, oat bran, sprouted brown rice, quinoa, coconut flour, and oat flour. I don’t eat the brown rice often but only 1/4 C of rice or quinoa at a time covered in coconut oil. Max once per day and it isn’t a problem.

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    Positivo
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    Thanks a lot guys. Ive had brown rice and didn’t see much improvement so I’ll start with buckwheat in a week or two and introduce oat bran after a month of having buckwheat. As for quinoa, I love the stuff but I don’t wanna steer to far from the veggies by eating to many grains or seeds.
    Thanks again for the input.

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    benc
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    Try making cauliflower rice, it taste more like couscous, but its pretty tasty (& I don’t really like the taste of normal cauliflower), I put a link on the recipe page

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