I bought these items the other day when I went to Wal-Mart in Prescott,AZ. There will probably be other spices/herbs that I forgot to get and will need to buy later. I hardly ever get everything I need in 1 shopping trip. But this is a good start.
Now I don’t have a kitchen but do own a microwave, crockpot, rice cooker, blender and a mini-George Forman Grill. I also need to replace my juicer. Anyways I like adding a little spice to things, otherwise food can get boring & bland tasting. Living without a kitchen is also one way to put your wallet on a diet because without a kitchen…rent is cheaper. Why pay a couple hundred dollars more just to have a room with a stove/oven in it? And why do people think I must starve just because I don’t have a kitchen…I don’t know?
The reason I got the book: “The G Free Diet” is that I suspect that my love for pizza, bread & way to many crackers might be the cause for my rash & the gassy, bloating feeling and some other minor complaints. Course Brenda thinks that is all silly nonsense and that there must be another reason for it all. I agree that giving up pizza & crackers might not be easy at first, but since when is anythin g easy when you first try it? Will giving up certain foods be any harder then dealing with my rash all over my arms, or whatever stomache problems I have had….I doubt it.
There is actually 3 different conditions that make it necessary to give up wheat/gluten.
• Celiac Disease:
• Gluten Intolerance:
• Wheat Allergy: