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02-21-2007, 07:14 PM
I am going to be meeting with a old friend march 9th with a new twist. I will be informing them on how to make better hash, butter, and I think starting a grow inside. She has chron's and with assistance from her wonderfull husband been using MMJ for help for many years. He grows outside but thats all i no. She seems to be in her 50s maybe 60s but extremely fit. They both are expert climbers. :) But I know she is missing a good bread so I'm going to bring some millet potato bread from http://www.delandbakery.com/ This stuff is freakin GOOD. I'm a vegan and sometimes want to go on a gluten free diet and when I found this stuff HOLY Moly It was Good. She has a almond bread that she can digest but its so dense. She has open face sandwiches. I hope that this will be to her liking! But I need some other good info on Chron's and what you as a person living with chron's miss the most. I will be showing them how to do a butter wash like i learned a couple days ago. But if there is anything that stands out as Man if I could have that again. Yeehaw that would be great. What is that? I will be searching chron's info here but any help is appreciated.
Michelle K Rainey
02-21-2007, 07:59 PM
Are you asking what foods we miss eating due to Crohn's Disease? I think that we are all different. White flour products are at the top of my list!
ps: your friend is lucky to have you!
02-21-2007, 08:35 PM
HMMM I guess Michelle you are definitely right about everybody being different. I want to bring something that will definitely surprise her. She is a wonderful grandmother and a WONDERFULL person. So i want to make sure I give her something really cool. I dono. But you miss white flour? Have you tried spelt flour? Really close on my taste bud sensing. I use it with cookies and cakes. Is my spelling incorrect? chrons?
EVFERYONE SHOULD BE EATING SPELT FLOUR. It was standard at one point in time. White flour is cheap and drags you down overtime.
03-10-2007, 06:04 PM
Whelp had the Dinner and it went well. When I left she was very happy and informed alot more than before.
Just as a FYI for other chrons patients SHE Loved the Millet Potato Bread. Freakin Loved it. They have their own orchard and her husband always eats the jam and she just sits there and smells it. She was sooooo excited to get up the next morning and have JAM ON TOAST. Thats what i like the most. Those little things that make life so much more. I mean its only toast but when you cannot have it. Its Like GOLD Toast with Daimonds and stuff. ANyways I showed them bubble bags and BHO, had some TY info they might be looking know but they are leery of the net. I had some tincture and we talked alot about growing inside and out. I forgot Oil and butter but I told them about it. They have the coolest house/Barn. Its so cool in there and they only cook with a coal stove. It was sooooo cool to see. Anyways just thought I would share this story. She volunteers time at a cancer center. She just started so she doesn't know anybody but I told her if she meets someone that needs help tell me.
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