thank goodness for english muffins

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dragonfly137927
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   Posted 8/17/2007 9:24 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi all,
 
I have been having cravings for english muffins since my recent surgery.  I only eat Kavanah's english muffins which are manufactured in Rhode Island, you can find them at local markets, local cumberland farms (thats a convenience store in new england the store brand is kavanahs just in a diff package with the stores name on it). I use to eat Thomas' for a while when I was younger then deceided 1 day that they tasted like vinegar and no longer would eat the.  My folks at the time thought I was imagining it until they read the ingredients list and found vinegar as an ingredient.
 
It seems when my belly is upset after having a BM if I toast up an english muffin and put I cant believe its not butter light it helps to calm it down.  Not sure if it is the baking soda in them or what but so far so good.  I wish I could have P butter on them but last year I was diagnosed with peannut allergies (I use toeat PB all the time) I cannot use jams or jellies sine I am allergic to most fruit...darn oral allergy syndrome whem most ppl are allergic by means of oral allergy syndrome they typically have GI symptoms...not me I have anaphalactic type issues.  I stay clear of all fruits and veggies I have issues with and the longer I have had issues with that item the worse the reaction.  But I am happy they can settle my belly :-)
Dx with Crohn's 1987, symptoms as early as 1984.
Temp iliostomy February 2007, reversed June 2007, Ovarian cysts, migraines, allergies (incl food allergies) , oral allergy syndrome (diff than true food allergies), Asthma, Gall Bladder removed 1999, Inguenal hernia 1987
 
 


ginger71
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   Posted 8/17/2007 9:44 AM (GMT -7)   
I love them, too but I don't really eat them anymore. Sugar and carbs are bad for me and my abscesses. :-)
My husband got me hooked on english muffins with butter AND peanut butter. So fattening but sooooooo gooooood.
Hope you're feeling better,dragonfly :-)
36 year old female. Dx'd and undx'd a few times. Was just redx'd again 04/2007.
History of rectal abscesses and fistulas (28 surgeries including abscess I & D, exploratory surgeries, 2 C-ton drains and 1 fistula plug) Count does not include self bursting abscesses.
1st Remicade infusion 6/5/07.  Lots of joint pain, and a new fistula since the 2nd infusion 6/19.
Praying I'll get better soon so we can have a baby.
Ginger :)


coco9
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Date Joined Apr 2007
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   Posted 8/17/2007 9:50 AM (GMT -7)   
I am also a English muffin lover but I put a slice of processed cheese on them.  On a good day I do the egg, ham and cheese........but I pay for that one usually.;o)  I've never tried them with peanut butter but I'm always looking for new ways to try food.=o)
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