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Sample Recipes

I have a personal history of food allergies. I know how hard it can be to avoid major food allergens and find simple, tasty allergy-free recipes -- especially when following a 4-day rotation diet. That's why all recipes I've developed are free of dairy products, eggs, wheat, refined sugars and yeast. (Exception: the yeast rice bread recipe in Guide Book # 6)

Are your muffins turning out like hockey pucks? Do you have the "soggy middles syndrome?" Learning to work with non-wheat, heavier flours can be verrrry tricky, both for an experienced cook, or for a novice. So, no matter what other books you purchase, make sure you order my little "Allergy-Free Baking Tips." When you begin wrestling with bean flours or struggling to whip that rice flour into shape, the $3.50 investment will ensure sanity. Lord only knows, we need all the help we can get.

My bi-monthly newsletter, Allergy Alert, keeps you up to date on what's new in the world of allergies -- how to cope, recipes, menu ideas stress relief and more. Feel free to write to me for help and send ideas that work for you, so I can share them with others.

God bless and happy cooking -- Dr.Sally


A Sampling from Dr. Sally's ALLERGY RECIPES Book.
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Ideas For Meals With A K. I. S. S. ---- Keep it Simple, Sweetie
Steam a fresh vegetable; or place frozen vegetables in a small saucepan, cover and heat slowly; while microwaving a piece of squash or a potato and steaming or sautéing a fish fillet. Sprinkle with Tasty Topping - enjoy

NUT BUTTER COOKIES
Simple and tasty too! Preheat oven to 350 degrees Yield 2-1/2 Dozen
1 cup nut butter (sesame, walnut, almond, etc. See page 27
1/2 cup honey
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 teaspoon salt (optional)
2 cups flour (buckwheat, rice, soy, arrow root, etc.)
or nut meal: (sesame, walnut, filbert, almond, etc.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix nut butter, sweetener and oil together until smooth.
Add flavoring and salt and blend again. Add flour or starch a little at a time and mix well.

Note: Use a wooden spoon, or better yet, mix with your hands; do not use an electric mixer!

Roll dough into balls, place on oiled cookie sheet, flatten with a fork. Or form into 2" thick rolls on waxed paper.  Roll up, chill and slice 1/2" thick.

Bake about 12 minutes. Watch closely to avoid burning.

Uncooked dough keeps well in refrigerator. Bake as needed. Freezes nicely also.


From the COPING WITH CANDIDA COOKBOOK
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Hearty Seafood Salad
1/2 cup leeks, diced
1/4 cup radishes, diced
1 package frozen peas (do not cook)
1/4 cup water chestnuts, diced (1 small can)
10 olives, chopped
2-1/2 cups cooked, whole quinoa, (substitute chopped nuts or seeds)
1/4 cup olive or pumpkin oil
3 tablespoons unsweetened pineapple juice
Pinch of thyme
Salt to taste
Garnishes: chopped pecans, macadamia nuts, pumpkin seeds or cooked seafood or chopped nuts

In a small bowl, combine oil, juice, thyme. Combine remaining ingredients in large bowl, mix well. Add dressing, toss well. Chill for several hours. Decorate with garnishes.


Savory String Beans
1/2 lb. fresh string beans cut into 1" pieces
1 teaspoon tarragon leaves
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon lemon or lime juice
1 cup sliced onion

Place beans and onions in a saucepan containing 1" boiling water, tarragon, black pepper and lemon juice. Cook, uncovered for 5 minutes or until beans are tender.


From the BLOOD SUGAR BLUES Book
Contains dozens of easy menus
Complete with the Carb to Protein Ratio of each meal
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Breakfast Ideas
Food
Amt
Carbs
Protein
Ratio, Carb:Pro
Millet
1 Cup
57
9
Peach
1
10
1
Soy Milk
1 Cup
4
7
Egg
2
0
12
   Totals
71 g
29 g
2.3 to 1
Rice Waffle
1
13
2
Turkey Sausage
1 link
0
8
Grapefruit
1/2
9.5
   Totals
25 g
10g
2.5 to 1
Cholesterol-free, Vegan
Grapes
1/2 Cup
14
.5
Tofu
1/2 Cup
2.5
10
Pumpkin Seeds
1 Tbsp.
2
1
   Totals
18.5 g
11.5 g
1.6 to 1

From Dr. Sally's CALCIUM WITHOUT THE COW Book
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SMOOTHIES - Non-Dairy Milk Shakes
Basic Recipe for a 12 Ounce Drink
#1 - Pour 10 oz. of juice in blender. Add 2 tbsp of protein powder
Add a few ice cubes, blend till frosty
Add your choice of options below - Blend again

or #2 - Pour 10 oz. of designer milk in blender - almond, soy, rice, coconut, any nut or seed etc. Add a few ice cubes, blend till frosty
Add your choice of options below - Blend again.

OPTIONS: Add 1 or more of the following - in any combination:
1/2 Cup fresh or frozen fruit or berries
Sweeten to taste; agumeil (syrup made from cactus); date sugar; rice syrup; carob; unsweetened coconut, etc.
1/2 tsp pure, natural flavoring; vanilla, almond, lemon, rum, maple, butterscotch, pineapple, carob, etc.
1/2 tsp vegetable gum** - xanthan gum, guar gum, ground psyllium, or ground flax seed

**Vegetable gums thicken liquids without heating and provide a smooth, rich, creamy mouth feel.

Extra Calcium: Add 1 teaspoon Cal-Mag Citrate powder

SERVING SUGGESTIONS
Blend until smooth and frosty, or heat gently, serve warm:
Sprinkle with cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, carob powder, etc.


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Dr. Sally Rockwell: Counseling for food allergies, candida yeast, hypoglycemia, hyperactivity, eating disorders, and diabetes.  Books and tapes include allergy free, gluten-free, dairy-free recipes, elimination and rotation diets, and non-dairy calcium. Seattle, Washington. 

 

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