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What I ate in a day spring edition 2020 / Realtime (almost) cook #withme / Vegan low FODMAP meals

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This video was supposed to be up on Wednesday, but she's a big girl and took some wrangling! Follow along with this realtime cook #withme video to see what delicious vegan, low FODMAP meals I cooked and ate in a day. This is my spring/quarantine edition, let me know if you'd like me to make this a seasonal feature in the future.

Overnight oats prep: 1:41
Breakfast = PB & J Oats: 11:54
Lunch = Mandarin Curry: 16:33
Dinner = Epic Salad: 33:46

Want to cook #withme? Here's what you'll need, follow the method at the timestamp links above.
Breakfast makes 3-4 servings
1 heaped cup oats (gf if required)
1 heaped cup yoghurt (coconut if in elimination)
3/4 cup milk
2 heaped cups frozen berries (strawberries if in elimination)
3 Tbsps peanut butter
2 Tbsp Sweet Freedom Choc Shot (or cacao and maple syrup if in elimination)
Pinch mixed spice

Lunch makes 2 generous servings
46g dried red lentils
1 Tbsp garlic oil
2 Tbsp curry powder (recipe https://youtu.be/k7YVaz4Mhr4 )
1 tsp stock powder (recipe https://youtu.be/nr2SKaPynzg)
1 tsp asafoetida
1 tsp turmeric
200g grated carrot
150g grated sweet potato
15g grated ginger
Pinch ground coriander seed
300g canned mandarins in juice
2 Tbsp tomato puree/paste
120g canned coconut milk
2 large handfuls spinach
Pinch each of salt, black pepper and garam masala

Dinner makes one huuuge main meal salad or 2 side salads
20g pecans
1 portion of bread (gf, lofo if required)
1 Tbsp flavoured oil (I used leftover oil from a jar of sundried toms)
salt, pepper, smoked paprika & nooch
1 cup cooked rice
3/4 cup tofu feta (recipe https://youtu.be/MRKWa155g-U)
Your choice of FODMAP free fresh veggies (These should make up at least half of your salad. I used carrot, cucumber, radish, olives, tomato, red bell pepper, spring onion/scallion greens, lettuce & parsley)
Your choice of FODMAP containing fresh veggies at safe servings (I used avocado, baby spinach, sauerkraut & wild garlic flowers)
Enjoy! :-)

Elimination safe pb & j overnight oats recipe: https://youtu.be/u-Lzu3rNZm4?t=139
Jack Monroe mandarin curry recipe inspiration: https://cookingonabootstrap.com/2018/03/12/lentil-mandarin-curry-recipe/

Keep coming back for more chats about a vegan, low FODMAP lifestyle and some delicious, nutritious recipes.
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Recommended Resources:

The Monash low FODMAP app is the most comprehensive database of low FODMAP foods available. Monash University are the pioneers of the low FODMAP diet and regularly update the app to reflect their ongoing research.

The Monash University FODMAP app

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.monashuniversity.fodmap&hl=en_GB
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All views expressed are my own. All prices are correct as of the time of publishing. This channel is presented for entertainment purposes and does not constitute professional advice or prescriptive nutritional information. Please consult a registered professional before making any changes to your diet or exercise regime.

The low FODMAP diet should only be undertaken under the supervision of a registered dietitian. The elimination phase of the low FODMAP diet is extremely restrictive and should only be implemented for a limited period of time as part of a monitored treatment programme for medically diagnosed gut conditions. Due to the restrictive nature of the diet, it is not recommended for people with a history of disordered eating. Please talk to a professional if you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the low FODMAP diet for your individual circumstances.

All references to the Monash FODMAP App are not sponsored or endorsed by Monash University, they are simply our preferred go-to source for all things FODMAP. Due to the frequent updates and improvements please refer to the current version of the Monash FODMAP app for the most up to date and accurate information. All references to the app are correct to the best of my knowledge at the time of publishing.

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