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    Default Meal ideas - multiple intolerances.

    DS is on a restricted diet to see if we can pinpoint the cause of his eczema.

    No:
    Tomato
    Dairy
    Eggs
    Nuts
    Soy
    Wheat
    Citrus
    Strawberries

    I'm out of ideas for meals. DH is also fussy and won't eat pasta, risotto or soup.

    Any ideas?

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    You may have to just doing boring meat/ fish and veggies for a while - or what about stir fry (without soy) and rice or San Choy bow in lettuce cups, rice paper rolls?

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    If you jump onto taste.com.au you can filter recipes by groups (dairy free etc). Might help.

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    Do you know EM I just realised I forgot about soy sauce- so have still been using that. Der...

    We are doing meat and veg most nights but so sick of it. San Choy Bao is going on the plan thank you.

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    When learning to cook for my kids (multiple intolerences) I made a list of all what they COULD eat - and developed recipes around those foodstuffs.

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    Do corn chips or tacos contain soy? If not make your own beef or fish tacos ?

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    I'd suggest some Asian noodle dish. Vietnamese beef/chicken Pho, Thai glass noodle salad, spring rolls in rice paper wrap... Just use fish sauce instead of soy, arrowroot/rice noodle instead of egg noodle etc.

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    Elijah mum how would I do tacos with no tomato or dairy?

    Some good ideas thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    I'd suggest some Asian noodle dish. Vietnamese beef/chicken Pho, Thai glass noodle salad, spring rolls in rice paper wrap... Just use fish sauce instead of soy, arrowroot/rice noodle instead of egg noodle etc.
    Pho sounds great. As does Thai noodle salad. Rice paper rolls are a staple lunch already.

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    Subscribing, I'm on a similar elim to workout what is upsetting miss 5 weeks old.
    We just made a shepherds pie with frozen veg, gluten free / dairy free gravy, and used rice milk and nuttlex in the masses potato.

    We also do a lot of steak and steamed veg which gets boring.

    Last night was apricot chicken from scratch. Just apricot nectar, stock, coated the chicken in flour, herbs and we put in two cups of frozen veggies as I'm not eating onions (and that is what usually goes in).


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