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Old 11-13-2014, 06:32   #271
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I"m really happy that so many of you loves the crackers!
A year ago the doctors finally foud why I lost so much weight and had so much pain in my stomach; I am multi-allergic
I can no longer eat any nuts, almonds, cod, shellfish, soya, gluten, any dairy-products at all (not even butter or cheese) or eggwhites.
I have also got IBS (Irritaded Bowl Syndrom) so there are several other things I can eat just a tiny bit of.
I couldnt live without my crackers, so I really soon found a way to make them (and love them) even without the almonds
I usually eat them with lots of mayonaisse, smoked salomon and spring-onion. That tastes really good!
Most of the days I start with Chia-porridge with some berries (50-100 gram) from the freeze. That is a meal that is easy to make, easy to like and it keeps you satisfied for a long time. I eat the crackers as snacks and also in the evening.
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Old 11-13-2014, 12:56   #272
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Good to "see" you again. Multiple food allergies are a real bummer (I know!). It's good, though, that you finally found out about them. I'm sure it makes a huge difference in the way you feel.

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I couldnt live without my crackers, so I really soon found a way to make them (and love them) even without the almonds
This is interesting. Could you please start a new thread and post the recipe for those? There are folks who are also allergic to nuts/almonds who would probably love to be able to make your nut-free crackers.

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Old 11-13-2014, 14:24   #273
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I make them without almonds now, and then the recipe look like this:
50 gram sunflowerseeds
50 gram pumpkin seeds
200 gram sesame
50 gram flaxseed
1/2 ts salt
some dries herbs (oregano, basil, etc.) about 1 ss
2 topped ss Psyllium hulls
1/2 liter cold water

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Oh, goodie gumdrop! i've been worried about you and it's so good to hear from you, Optimist. I keep some of those wonderful crackers at all times and think of you when I eat one. I'm so glad you are back and that you've solved your health issues. I have food issues too, but not as many as you have, and learning to eat around them is a real problem.

Welcome back. You've been missed!




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WB optimist!!!

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Glad to see you back! Those crackers are so popular, even with my friends who aren't low carbing it.

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Thank you all!
Its good to be back!

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My legs got as goose bumpy feeling as optimist crackers when I saw the name optimist was posting. It has been a long time and we did miss you. Welcome back.

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Welcome back Optimist!!! As the others have said, we've missed you!

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Really good to hear from you again optimist, glad you are back. It's always a worry when someone stops posting because you don't know what is wrong so it's great to hear some good news.
Always look forward to your posts.

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