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QotD: Can’t Do Without…


What food item would you miss the most if it were removed from your diet and recipes? 
Submitted by scorpion1116.  

Wheat I think. I've been trying to remove refined white flour from my diet, but my mom had to give up all wheat related things and man, I don't know if life would be worth living.  I mean, sure no pastries and fresh baked bread and pasta and whatever. Fine.  But no scotch or whiskey?  Discovering that wheat is hidden in many foods you thought you could eat? Yuck. And so sad.

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2 thoughts on “QotD: Can’t Do Without…

  1. But there are so many alternative foods to eat that are really yummy and that you'd never even try if you could have wheat still! Don't get me wrong, there are a lot of drawbacks, and that includes social issues regarding food, but I'm kind of glad that Mr. Rhi has this problem because I think we eat a more varied and healthy diet than we did before. Though, I have no idea if he agrees with me or not in that sentiment. LOL! He'd probably be like, "Well, *you* can still have wheat so SHUT UP!"

  2. Yeah my mom can't have scotch or Mike's Hard Lemonade, her two favorite drinks. And then I just started thinking about all the things with potential unknown wheat. Bleh.Refined flour I can do without. Baked goods/pasta/etc made with alternative grains is fine, sometimes even better. But no, I can not fathom having to think so hard about every single thing I eat. It seems horrible to me.

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