i have LPR so not quite the same
i eat all vegies, (not onions etc) all friut except lemons, limes kiwi and blueberries
coconut milk is great lots of honey, almound butter, lots of yoghurt, flax oil, gluten free breads and crackers, wraps
use almound flour as low carb to make banana bread yummy
edam cheese occasionally
little bit of bacon on occasiions, little chicken and a little fish no red meat
dred friut, nuts, seeds, dandelion coffee, stevia, corn chips on occasion
i mostly roast lots of veigies in a little olive oil and sometimes make a almound satay sauce dip, without the lemon and galric
bascally i mix unsweeted natural yoghurt with lots of almound butter, and a little of tamari sauce and some dreid or fresh coriander and you can add garic or ginger, or chives etc if you toerate it.
i also make mash potato but i use coconut milk. gives it a different flavour, you can make heaps and then fry the next day in a non stick pan with a little oil and add some mushrroms and dreid herbs its very yummy.
for a pasta sauce you could use pumpkin if you can handle it, baascally its like a thick pumkin soup. chicken stock/vegie pumkin corander, parsely, salt, tamari sauce and what ever you can handle, you could add celery, chives, spring onions etc
im fine with herbs but i dont use any garlic or onions , i think a little chives are ok........
frozen yoghurt, buy some yogurt freeze it, then whipp it in a food process or whatever, then refreeze
it dosnt really matter what i eat for LPR, as i had a glass of wine in the weekend and no real differnence from my normal aily LPR stuff............but i try to eat very well mostly organic and i balance my day with some low carb food