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   Posted 9/7/2010 7:33 PM (GMT -6)   
Here is my issue...I of course have CD but my better half has diabetes..his teen son will pretty much eat anything so it is easy for him but I prefer not to make multiple meals every day of the week if anyone has any suggestions or sites I can go to that have friendly recipies for both conditions that would be great my other probelm of course is darn Oral Allergy Syndrome and even some of the fruits and veggies I have issues with bother me even when cooked so yet another issue he is getting tired of the same ol meals ...doesnt help that tomatoes (even sauce )which I love he cannot stand so any suggestions please !!

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   Posted 9/7/2010 8:03 PM (GMT -6)   
have you tried looking up organic /vegetarian recipes? I bet a lot of those are "healthier" for diabetes (excluding rice, or course)

I wouldn't have the first clue where to start for you...I've found that most folks around here have such specific diets of things they do eat, or don't eat, that you should probably just pick a main ingredient that you know you tolerate and look for a recipe with that in it!

Good luck to you, i feel your pain. My 2 kids are 4 and 5 and you couldn't PAY them to eat the same things that dad and I's PB and J for them many nights a week.
UC dx in 1998 (age 18) - proctosigmoiditis - Allergic to Sulfa
1998-2009 Asacol 2/2X daily - very sketchy about taking it...pretty much drug-free for a long time.
Jan 2006 - Crohn's? UC?
Aug 2009 - flare - Mesalamine enemas and 4 Aprisos daily...still a bit sketchy about taking the Apriso once the flare was done
August 2010 - Flaring - Asacol HD and sfRowasa
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