...feeling sad Honey @honey


Internet: Worse food for Psoriasis Patient.
1. White rice.

white rice?
But I'm Asian?! ๐Ÿ˜ญ
/hugs my rice cooker/
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5 responses

Susan @godcares

Honey you are funny. Hey! That rhymes. I might be a poet in the making. My reboot/cleanse diet that I sent to some people on this site has white rice. Apparently it is one of the non allergenic foods. I dont really eat rice and I also don't really buy alot of stuff on the internet. Even the fact that we, with psoriasis and other autoimmune diseases is pushed in our face that there is no cure. I beg to differ. I speak cure over myself all the time and I believe I am. If I'm not, then so be it. Today I am. I say, enjoy your rice darlin'!

Honey @honey

Thank you Susan! And yea I will still eat rice. No one can stop me. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Honey @honey

Hey Jacqueline, does it taste really bad? ๐Ÿ˜จ

john,Hulk @chewbacca

hello honey, i eat brown rice, i used to love basmati rice and others, i was curry holic 8 months and for years , i miss my favourite sometimes,wild brown rice is neutral for us so, its ok :)

Susan @godcares

Jacqueline I tend not to eat rice much but if I do I love it with just butter and salt. Maybe it's just the butter I like. LOL. Never was a fan of brown rice, but when I was married we made alot of Jasmine rice. Loved the smell and having a teenage boy... Well, anyone who has been there knows they have a hollow leg and carbs are a necessity. LOL

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I got it when I was 18 years old....

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