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Re: New to this
      08/23/06 10:27 AM
Smiling Strange

Reged: 07/13/06
Posts: 21
Loc: Florida, USA

Hello there! I am also new to the bored, but I've been on the diet for about 5 years now.

When you're trying to get back on track, it's best to stick to eating the soluble fiber foods as plainly as you can. When you are less touchy, you can add things like "light" dairy-free margarine and jellies/jams to toast, soy or rice sour cream on baked potatoes, soy/rice cheeses on pasta, etc. I can usually handle marinara sauce, also, but it can be tricky due to the acidity of the tomatoes so if you try that make sure you're stable. I usually make my own marinara so I can control the amount of spice and garlic in it.

There's a whole load of yummy alternatives for the things you need to leave out of the diet. In fact, I just yesterday discovered some low fat vegan meatballs at Whole Foods that are delicious! I definitely recommend taking a trip to your nearest health food/natural food store!

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