After 6 weeks of strictly following the Low-FODMAP diet I’ve finally started the reintroduction phase and it won’t come as any surprise that I started with avocados. Because god damn, I’ve missed them.
I should start this post by stating that I am the luckiest girl in the world that I have a financé who’s more than happy to cook for me. Constantly. And all despite my ever-changing dietary requirements.
I have a mild addiction to cake. Anyone who knows me can tell you that I can sniff cake down much like an accomplished sniffer dog can track down their bounty. If cake is placed in front of my person I have an overwhelming urge to faceplant it. I think you get the gist. However, when you have IBS like I do, the frequency of cake eating definitely slows down because cake is made of everything I should be avoiding. But last Sunday, Al and I got our bake on and whipped up this little free-from number.
When you have IBS you spend a long time reading ingredient labels and saying, “woah, hold the cheese please” when you eat out. You also spend a long time dreaming about all the delectable dishes you feel you’re missing out on. Damn you gut. You have one job! These are the foods that I miss the most…
It’s not often that I get excited about cauliflower. In fact, as a vegetable that I’ve avoided for years, it’s miraculous that my feelings towards the weird beige brain-shaped lump has mellowed. This can be attributed to two factors. One, K.O Rasoi always spicing it up in delicious curries and two, cauliflower pizza.[Read more]