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03-28-2006, 07:23 PM
I try to practice proper food combining because I have a "delicate" tummy.
So I eat fruit alone, before meals and never after I have had a "food meal". I will have it a few hrs after a Green drink though. So I have a new love, raw ice cream (the Pumkin is AWESOME !!!) but I ate some tonight a few hrs after a meal and now I have a tummy ache. :( .
So based on my food combination schedule I really should eat my ice cream for meal one right !??? before I get solid food in my tummy. Right ?
Thanks so much food friends :D
03-28-2006, 07:34 PM
hmmm, I wonder if they temp of the ice cream irritates you stomach, those typically with weaker stomachs, seems to be sensitive to colder foods in my peronsal opinion,
may be better to have it as a meal alone since you are sensitive.
what is it made of Rawfigure? :)
03-28-2006, 07:39 PM
you might wish to try the food combining, or to try a different recipe, I have trouble eating undehydrated squash, I can eat only a little bit, then my tummy bothers me too, so that might be it.
03-28-2006, 07:55 PM
I have made them with Organic Banana's
Banana w/ Carob Chips...or
Banana w/ a date..
Banana w/ 1/3 cup sprouted pumpkin Butter was what is in the freezer right now.
03-28-2006, 07:58 PM
Pumpkin ice cream? Where did you find that recipe? That sounds yummy!
03-28-2006, 08:57 PM
The Pumkin Ice Cream is very very good. I read it in another post and experimented.
4 Organic Banana's frozen in small pieces
1/3 to 1/2 cup soaked (sprouted) and dried pumpkin seeds, grind (I use the coffee grinder) to a butter consistency.
I have done it in my Food Processor, whipping to ice cream consistency. Also done it in the Omega 8005 too. Freeze.
Optional: add to processor
1-2 Date puree, or whole if you want chunky ice cream
or 2-4 Tbsp. raisins if you prefer
or 2 packets Stevia
The KEY is to add the Pumpkin as a butter not the whole seeds otherwise it is not creamy.
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