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  • #16

    Mr. B, as I re-read my own post, I understand where your sarcasm might be coming from. If I was a stranger without any understanding just how drastically my lifestyle changed (including the new-found knowledge of allergies), I, too, would have been tempted to comment like you did.

    I have, however, received plenty of helpful responses and for that I am thankful.


    • #17

      Tara thanks for recommending my site. I appreciate it.

      I cook a lot and never feel "chained to the kitchen." I love cooking and embrace that time ... plus, the prep time is rarely more than 20-30 minutes.

      Lately for breakfast and lunch I have been mostly snacking due to pregnancy food aversions - eating things like cottage cheese, fruit/veggies, nuts, leftovers from dinner, whatever I can think of to grab and put in a lunchbox to take to work with me.

      But for dinner my husband and I make a meal plan each week so I don't have to think about what to cook. That saves a LOT of time... when it's time to cook I have a plan.

      We also boil a dozen eggs at a time so they're in the fridge ready to grab for snacks or meals (put in a salad, or make egg salad to dip carrot sticks in, whatever).

      Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.