Saturday: 2 pieces Vogel gluten-free toast with peanut butter and a sliced banana
Sunday: Low-Salicylate Nutty Granola
Saturday: left over Chana Dahl Soup
Sunday: 3 Egg Omelette & a 1/3 glass of pro-biotic kefir yoghurt.
Saturday: Mediterranean Lamb Chops - I came up with three versions of this - one for my daughter, one for me, and one for everyone else.
Sunday: I had forgotten to get meat out, and was very tired; first I pulled duck breasts from the freezer, then realised I didn't have all the ingredients for the dish I wanted to make (and no time to come up with them), so in the end went to the supermarket and got some gluten-free sausages. The rest of the family had sausages, mashed spuds and green beans. As I can't eat the spuds, I used the sausages, beans, a piece of bacon and a couple of boiled eggs to make a yummy fried rice with some left over brown rice that was in the fridge.
How I feel: I slept poorly on Saturday night; I think handling the foods for everyone else may have been my problem, plus I have to confess to tasting the dish I made for the rest of the family. Sunday night I slept a lot better. Could have been better still, but at least I got 4 or 5 hours of sleep.
Other food prep:
* Since Nutty Granola is our family favourite, but it contains ingredients that both my daughter and I shouldn't have, I have come up with two new versions - one low in salicylates for me, and one low in amines for Sam. I made the low-salicylate version on Saturday, along with another batch of regular Nutty Granola for the rest of the family.
* Wanting to find some treat/baked snacks Sam can eat, I experimented and came up with a Carob Zucchini Brownie that turned out really well.
* I also had a go at making Oat Brown Bread - incredibly simple with only 4 ingredients, it takes 2 mins to put together, and 40 to bake. Tastes good too!