Helpfull Cookbook

27 Sep

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5 Responses to “Helpfull Cookbook”

  1. Seegel September 27, 2011 at 2:23 pm #

    I need to find resources to help a friend in Boston. Please! Does anyone know of a doctor who takes this stuff seriously?

    eric at:

    I need your help!

    • histamine intolerance September 28, 2011 at 11:12 am #

      have you tried asking the histamine intoelrance group @ facebook? They might be able to help you..

  2. Ella Elizabeth September 28, 2011 at 9:25 am #

    Hi Nele,

    Thanks for the book vlog – a nice surprise!!

    Not sure I mentioned this specifically when I suggested you chop veggies/freeze meals in batches etc. but we chop and freeze our root veggies (inc sweet potato) raw. That way, for the bigger wedges and chips you can parboil them first to defrost before roasting and if you freeze just little chunks they can usually roast from frozen raw, usually in only around 10-15 mins. Try them; they are delicious (especially tossed in a little coconut oil, if you can tolerate it, and s&p) and not at all mushy that way 🙂

    One of my favourite mid-week cheats is a portion of pre-frozen faux mato chilli and freshly roasted wedges, delicious!

    I also thought a nice tip worth sharing with your visitors, might be how yummy the ‘stock’ is if you then go on and lightly cook your other veggies (broccoli, peppers, celery…) in the same water. You can of course season it and drink it (like we do lol!) or freeze it to add to your next soup or casserole, etc. In fact, I’ve included these as little hints and tips in the next book..

    Sorry I haven’t replied to your longer email yet – the little man is still suffering from the bug he picked up from school :-(, will get back to you as soon as I can!

    Take care chic,

    Ella x.

    • histamine intolerance September 28, 2011 at 11:11 am #

      heya!! Thanks for the lovely tips! I’ll make sure to try them 😉 I was mostly focusing on the working people, who don’t always have the ability to come home for lunch like I do, and don’t have time to cook over noon. Microwave dinners can be such a blessing then! I don’t have time during lunchbreaks to fire up ye ole oven and make fresh potato wedges unfortunately, so hence the referral as them being mushy when they come out of a microwave meal 😉
      Take care of the little man! Speak soon! xxx

  3. Ella Elizabeth September 28, 2011 at 11:44 am #

    Oh, I see. Maybe also try soups, jacket potatoes, pates w’ crackers, pitta or wraps, pasta, lentil and rice salads too (for us non-ncgs types of course!)

    Keep well!


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