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Pseudograins on a carb-refeed

Answered on September 12, 2014
Created January 10, 2013 at 9:35 AM

So here's one I haven't found any info on. I'm trying to come up with a carb refeed diet plan that agrees with me, for diet compliance purposes mostly, otherwise I'm likely to say screw this, I'm eating a pig!

I was just thinking that if pseudograins would be given a free pass, without any detrimental gut killing or nutrient inhibiting effects it would make life on a carb refeed a bit easier. I'm also thinking 'gluten-free' products (with the ingredients properly screened for other nasties of course).

What do ya reckon?

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on January 10, 2013
at 11:54 PM

Nice. I'm thinking I'll make a batch of buckwheat pancakes or something and have them with homemade jam, that will be a bit of a treat. It's actually really difficult to break away from the high fat mind set. I'm having a tough time thinking what 'healthy' carb ideas are out there apart from the starchy veggies and white rice (boring).

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on January 10, 2013
at 11:52 PM

Oh I'll be eating sushi, don't worry :) I'm not always gonna be able to grab it, so the more options I have the better.

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on January 10, 2013
at 04:24 PM

why not just eat white rice? sushi is frickin awesome.

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on January 10, 2013
at 11:52 PM

Oh I'll be eating sushi, don't worry :) I'm not always gonna be able to grab it, so the more options I have the better.

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on January 10, 2013
at 02:56 PM

I do some soaked buckwheat, WAPF style, and don't worry too much about it. I make large batches of waffles from it and eat them a couple of times a week, sometime less. I usually start from a GF buckwheat flour from Bob's Red Mill or Dakota Prairie. I'd like to try Birkett Mills. When I'm on top of life, I sometimes manage to start from groats, a l?? Stephan Guyenet. As a recovering celiac and other stuff, my guts are pretty touchy but I tolerate the soaked buckwheat quite well unless I get glutened, and then it's back to no grains or pseudo-grains for a while.

81348acb7b886e2b32ca915d250268f3

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on January 10, 2013
at 11:54 PM

Nice. I'm thinking I'll make a batch of buckwheat pancakes or something and have them with homemade jam, that will be a bit of a treat. It's actually really difficult to break away from the high fat mind set. I'm having a tough time thinking what 'healthy' carb ideas are out there apart from the starchy veggies and white rice (boring).

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