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  1. #1
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    Coconut, Pineapple & other stuff

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    I'm doing my best to eliminate gunk from my diet & am doing well so far .

    I purchased a nice coconut yesterday & would like to make a shake with it..What goes well with coconut milk?

    Also, a nice pineapple ventured into my basket & am searching for cool recipes.

    A bit more info..I'm in the process of eliminating Gluten & dairy from my diet (Dairy just goes through me)....Why you ask..I have been doing some reading/listening & found the following info...

    http://drknews.com/changing-your-die...ng-hashimotos/

    http://thehealthyskeptic.org/the-glu...oid-connection

    I love the Healthy Skeptic! Chris Kresser's podcasts aren't over the top & tons o fun to listen to!

  2. #2
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    What goes good with coconut and pineapple, you ask? Rum, of course!
    Speed comes from what you put behind you. - Judi Ketteler

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by OakLeaf View Post
    What goes good with coconut and pineapple, you ask? Rum, of course!
    I think CC is trying to eat healthy.

    So make sure it's a health portion of rum and some icecubes to make a nice frosty beverage.

    I'm enjoying fresh apricots, blueberries, raspberries right now.

    Back to CC's question. How about with some yogurt? Oh, never mind, that's a dairy. But I like pina collada yogurt.
    Beth

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    If you have an ice cream freezer, coconut makes AMAZING ice cream. Add some fruit purée, matcha powder or concentrated brewed green tea, and a bit of simple syrup or honey. You could do a virgin piña colada ice cream!

    But I forget ... it's not necessarily ice cream season where you are.
    Speed comes from what you put behind you. - Judi Ketteler

  5. #5
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    hmm

    I'm not a fan of rum but i do like gin...Ice cream's not really my thing...I could be tempted to eat something funky though!

    I want to add plums n peaches but they're not in season here in Australia...I had some yummy ones when we were on holiday in NZ the other week...mmm...

    I've rediscovered Nashi Pears..mmmmmm...mmmmm...

 

 

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