I need recipes and money saving tips for this yeast elimination thing (can't get rid of thrush. Nutritionist recommended yeast elimination diet. Willing to try anything at this point....)

So, here's the deal, for the next four to six weeks, I can eat only off of this list, and I am about clueless as to what to make that James-friendly (not super chick foods, not too hard on the wallet.)

Here's the list. I need suggestions.

Also, boob nazi types, if I can't have oatmeal or brewer's yeast, what can I take to boost my supply? ***sigh****


Vegetables
alfalfa sprouts
artichoke, chinese
bamboo sprouts
bavarian endive
bean sprouts
bell pepper (green)
carrot
celeriac (celery root, knob celery)
curly cress
curly endive
eggplant
garlic
jicama
kelp
leek
lettuces (romaine)
okra
parsnip
pumpkin
radish
red sweet pepper
sea kale
shallot
squashes
string bean
tomato
water cress

LIMITED VEGETABLES
asparagus
bean sprouts
broccoli
cabbage (red or green)
collard greens
kale
cucumber
onion
spinach
turnip greens

MISC
agar-agar
aloe vera
flax (seed, oil, meal)
green tea
ground cherry
guava
herbal teas
rhubarb
safflower oil
sea salt
sunflower (seed, oil, meal)
tamarind

LIMITED MISC
oatmeal ****very limited
coffee

Animal Products
any fish
any shellfish
any amphibian
game
poultry
plain yogurt with live/active culture

Limited Animal Product
lamb
mutton
eggs
butter

Herbs and Spices
allspice
althea root
angelica
anise
apple mint
balm
basil
bergamot
borage
burdock root
caraway
cardamom
cassia
celery seed
chamomile
chicory
chive
clove
comfrey
coriander
dill
cumin
dittany
east indian arrowroot
fenugreek
ginger
ginseng
goldnerod
hibiscus
horehound
horseradish
lavendar
lemon balm (melissa)
licorice
lovage
marjoram
menthol
mint
nutmeg
oregano
paprika
parsley
perppercorns (black or white)
peppermint
pemiento
rosemary
saffron
sage
savory
spearmint
tarragon
thyme
tumeric
vanilla

From: [identity profile] seraphimsigrist.livejournal.com

squashed


perhaps squash could be the basis of
a cuisine of some imaginary country,stuffed
squash,baked, mashed etc
I am afraid it is a country people would
leave with some relief after a while but
still they might look back and say
"and yet there was nothing like the
squash my mother used to make....and
the 24 hour fast squash restaurants of
my home town where the crowds of young
squash players would gather from their
play...

From: [identity profile] katiedarling.livejournal.com

Re: squashed


hmmm. I do rather like squash. Although I've never played squash. It could be interesting to squash some squash after a game of squash.
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