potato/ tomato

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Lyn
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potato/ tomato

Postby Lyn » Fri 19 Aug 2005 08:24

This is a simple little recipe that I enjoy (for munchfood obviously) 1 small baked red potato cut into cubes with a little unsalted butter then 1 tomato peeled and diced and "sprinkled on" and some chives.
mmmm good
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby Monique » Fri 19 Aug 2005 13:10

Mayb yolks would also b great on top of that?
Lyn
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby Lyn » Wed 24 Aug 2005 19:21

Yep, yolks are good too I hear...most people can mix the yolks with different things...for some reason I have a hard time doing that...for now I can only eat them by themselves...the other day I tried extra virgin coconut oil on a baked potato.I really like it.
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby tsilentlucidity » Thu 01 Sep 2005 09:43

The most delicious munch food I ever made was a burrito. I found low-protein tortillas. I filled it with some fried diced potatoes, avocado, egg yolk, and sour cream. d e l i c i o u s . . .
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby BlueFrog » Fri 02 Sep 2005 17:44

Potatoes and Tomatoes are recommended really? The Wai]http://www.13.waisays.com/constipation.htm]Wai pages[/url] say:

- not to combine potatoes with any fruit (including tomatoes and cucumber)

Is this information outdated or only for constipation? If it is constipating, wouldn't it worsen acne?
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby Brian » Fri 02 Sep 2005 19:13

Hi Bluefrog,

They are discussing munchfoods.
That is, foods that they enjoy that do not adhere to the sample diet.

Potatoes are a munch food, (raw) tomatoes are okay.
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby BlueFrog » Fri 02 Sep 2005 20:44

Hi Brian,

Thanks for responding. I understood that they were discussing munch foods. Potatoes can't be consumed raw so when would that rule apply except for potato as a munch food?

(Sorry if it seems picky. I'm new to the diet and there are a few things that are still not quite clear in my mind, so anything to clear up my confusion is appreciated.)
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby Brian » Fri 02 Sep 2005 22:06

Hi Bluefrog,

Perhaps I didn't understand your original question. But I will try to clarify what I meant.

Potatoe is not recommended as part of the sample diet.

But if someone chooses to eat it as a munchfood (or just in general) then not to combine it with fruit to avoid cramps.
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby tsilentlucidity » Sun 04 Sep 2005 14:16

I never got cramps from eating the potato burritos with avocado added, and I ate it for my munch food at least four times a week. But maybe avocados work a bit differently since they are composed quite differently than many other fruits? Hmmm...
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Re: potato/ tomato

Postby Lyn » Wed 07 Sep 2005 16:57

Hello,
I've never had a problem with combining tomato with potato but some people may I suppose...good point! :cool:

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