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    PinkieChef
    Sun Jun 30, 2013 8:49 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hello everyone my name is Jerry and I am a little confused on what to cook my partner, he has such strict restrictions till he can get some tests done, and a proper diet for him set up.

    Here are his restrictions:

    Not Allowed in Any Form (Allergies, not intolerances)

    Soy
    Dairy
    Eggs
    Pineapple

    Allowed but In Moderation (Gout, he can have 2 ounces of chicken or seafood 2 times a week if he is not having an attack)

    Yeast
    Wheat
    Meat
    Seafood

    So far I have found some yeast, wheat free bread I can make for his sandwiches, and breakfast is usually a fruit smoothie and a piece of toast.

    But supper is where I am so stuck!
    I have given him rice, and some rice pasta with some Daiya cheese he is allowed, and potato salad for different meals, but he is getting so tired of these choices.

    Any suggestions would be so great please and thank you.
    Jacqueline in KY
    Sun Jun 30, 2013 1:54 pm
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    The foods he is allergic to as you know you just have to avoid. As for gout, this website may be of interest to you and your partner.

    http://www.gout.com/

    Foods to limit or avoid:

    http://arthritis.webmd.com/tc/diet-and-gout-topic-overview

    I have several friends that have gout and the main thing they have been told to avoid was things such as sausage, bacon, processed meats, and organ meats.

    I also came across a site, doing a search for foods to avoid for gout, that had recipes for gout. I didn't get to look too close because my internet is so slow today. I am hoping this will post.

    Hope this helps some.
    PinkieChef
    Sun Jun 30, 2013 3:22 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hi
    Thank you for the two links, these look really great and I am going to take a better look in a few minutes, the one site looks really promising, it even had the pdf I can down load and take to the Dr's to discuss gout and things..
    I am not sure if there was just the two links or if you were trying to also do a third link with recipes?
    So thank you the help so far..
    Jacqueline in KY
    Wed Jul 03, 2013 10:25 am
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    Pinkie, I couldn't post the links unless it was one of the two above because my internet wouldn't let me download the complete page.

    Google Foods to avoid with gout and see if you can find it. Both my sister and her X-husband have gout and they really do not avoid much food, with the exception of bacon, sausage and processed meats.
    PinkieChef
    Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:22 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I looked it up, and I found it, thank you. I see there is not too much for gout food he needs to avoid, which is good, because with his food reactions lately he is becoming a bear! icon_smile.gif
    Molly53
    Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:18 am
    Forum Host
    PinkieChef
    Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:18 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Thank you for the recipes, some of them he can't have because of the sea food, meat and also the shrimp, but some are doable so thank you icon_smile.gif
    duonyte
    Sat Jul 06, 2013 8:15 am
    Forum Host
    Mr Grumpy had a very bad gout attack (like intensive care for a week), so I had to deal with the gout diet, although without the allergies, which complicates things. Unfortunately the recipe sifter is not permitting us to select diet, to exclude dairy, eggs, etc. from recipes, so I cannot do a more comprehensive search, but some of these might be things to consider. I imagine you are already using non-dairy milks and the vegan egg substitute and vegan mayo in recipes.

    Fancy Chickpea Salad
    Chickpea Curry With Fresh Dill (Rasa Walla Kabuli Chana)
    Tangy Tamarind Chickpeas - Khata Imlee Chana (Slow Cooker)
    Peach-Cucumber-Barley Salad
    Eggplant (Aubergine) Meatballs
    Flaxseed Wraps
    Rajmah (Punjabi Curried Red Kidney Bean) (Slow-Cooker)
    Sloppy Josephine Sliders (Vegetarian)
    Spicy Almond Soba Noodles With Edamame (soba noodles are made from buckwheat, which is not wheat, gluten-free) - you could use peas, chickpeas or some other veggie instead of the edamame
    Stuffed Peppers With Thai Curry Rice and Mushrooms

    I need to run off to an appt, hope some of these might help
    duonyte
    Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:03 pm
    Forum Host
    Molly53
    Sat Jul 06, 2013 1:35 pm
    Forum Host
    PinkieChef wrote:
    Thank you for the recipes, some of them he can't have because of the sea food, meat and also the shrimp, but some are doable so thank you icon_smile.gif
    Apologies, PC. I thought your post said he COULD have some meat/seafood.

    I wonder if you might be open to a different cuisine? Indian food is very tasty, health and uses very little meat or seafood. There's a terrific array of recipes in our db.
    PinkieChef
    Sun Jul 07, 2013 7:30 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Hi
    I am sorry your other half had such a bad gout attack! Hope he is feeling better soon..
    Wow these are fantastic ideas!
    I am making a folder for all of these recipes, and then some time today, I am going to add them to my recipe software I have.
    He is going to have such a choice for eating he won't need to be so cranky..
    PinkieChef
    Sun Jul 07, 2013 7:34 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Molly53 wrote:
    PinkieChef wrote:
    Thank you for the recipes, some of them he can't have because of the sea food, meat and also the shrimp, but some are doable so thank you icon_smile.gif
    Apologies, PC. I thought your post said he COULD have some meat/seafood.

    I wonder if you might be open to a different cuisine? Indian food is very tasty, health and uses very little meat or seafood. There's a terrific array of recipes in our db.


    Hi Molly
    No need for an apology, we all make mistakes, yes he likes Indian food, and I have made a few things in that area, I just cut back on the spice a bit for him.. icon_smile.gif
    I am going to take a look at the recipes in the data base, and see what I can find.
    I also got a couple books from work on Vegan cooking, our library had a few, but it is such a small library I am having to wait for some books to come from a bigger library further down the Island, so that will take a bit to get here..
    Also thanks for the tips and the recipes..
    PinkieChef
    Sun Jul 07, 2013 7:36 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Thank you for the recipes. these are looking good..

    This forum is great! I started out with no ideas, and feeling like I was a salmon swimming upstream during spawning season all alone, now I have a ton of new ideas, and recipes, our meals went from boring and depressing to wow, fantastic! icon_smile.gif

    I really appreciate all the feed back I have gotten!
    Molly53
    Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:19 am
    Forum Host
    PinkieChef wrote:
    Molly53 wrote:
    PinkieChef wrote:
    Thank you for the recipes, some of them he can't have because of the sea food, meat and also the shrimp, but some are doable so thank you icon_smile.gif
    Apologies, PC. I thought your post said he COULD have some meat/seafood.

    I wonder if you might be open to a different cuisine? Indian food is very tasty, health and uses very little meat or seafood. There's a terrific array of recipes in our db.


    Hi Molly
    No need for an apology, we all make mistakes, yes he likes Indian food, and I have made a few things in that area, I just cut back on the spice a bit for him.. icon_smile.gif
    I am going to take a look at the recipes in the data base, and see what I can find.
    I also got a couple books from work on Vegan cooking, our library had a few, but it is such a small library I am having to wait for some books to come from a bigger library further down the Island, so that will take a bit to get here..
    Also thanks for the tips and the recipes..
    Here are a few highly rated recipes, Pinkie:

    Crock Pot Chicken Vindaloo

    Easy Crescent Samosa (Indian Style Sandwiches)

    Aloo Gobi - Cauliflower and Potatoes

    Masoor Daal - Indian Red Lentils

    Qaubuli Palau (Yellow Rice With Carrots and Ground Beef)

    Urmila's Baked Potato and Eggplant Curry

    Masala Chicken

    I Can't Wait for Chole

    Channa Masala

    Ratatouille in the Crock Pot

    Amanda's Thai Peanut (omit the soy sauce)

    Quinoa Black Bean Salad

    Creamy Chickpea and Tahini Casserole

    Properly Prepared Spaghetti Squash

    Moroccan Chickpeas and Sweet Potatoes

    Hasa Al Hummus -- Moroccan Chickpea Soup

    Grilled Portabella Mushrooms

    Creole-Style Vegetarian Jambalaya

    Coconut Red Lentils With Spinach, Cashews & Lime (Vegan)

    Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchiladas
    duonyte
    Sun Jul 07, 2013 3:54 pm
    Forum Host
    Also,, PInkie, did you know you could create multiple cookbooks right here? You could have one for main dishes, one for side dishes, one for Indian - whatever categories make sense to you. Then you can save straight from the database into the cookbook, without having to transfer to other software. It might make it easier for you at least initially, while you are identifying recipes that might work for you.

    Just click the Cookbooks link to the right of the ingredients in any recipe. Then just select the cookbook to add to, or click Add a Cookbook to create a new cookbook.
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