17 Jul 18:12
I revise my previous post to "COOKED" nightshades. Not raw ones e.g. the raw red peppers I ate last night. YEOWWWCH 😣😣😣 Do you find a difference between raw and cooked foods? Apparently, I do!
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17 Jul 18:18
Definitely Sarah. I can't eat raw foods
17 Jul 19:01
For people who have issues with nightshades, the main issue is set of chemicals in the skin and seeds. For those people who are sensitive, you can eat tomatoes and peppers if they are de-skinned and de-seeded with no problems at all. Traditional tomato sauce from Italy by the way is always de-skinned and de-seeded, they probably knew about this issue a long time ago.
17 Jul 22:41
Ha Sarah yep same with me.
Jonathan thanks for that but still not going to try.
18 Jul 04:53
So interesting, right!?! Is it because the chemical compounds change when heated?? I should really test it out & try it cooked!
18 Jul 05:46
To me cooked makes a big difference. I agree with Jonathan about the tomatoes.
I am allergic to apples, when they are cooked or baked I can eat them.
18 Jul 07:48
I agree too Jonathan. I can eat tomatoes if skinned and seeded. I will do it if Im making a salad sometimes. But when you go out nobody does it.
18 Jul 07:59
Years ago, Polish body builders used to consume raw eggs.
I now do the same EVERY MORNING and combined with white wine vinegar and cod liver oil.
It has done me, no harm!
18 Jul 13:55
No not really Sarah. I can eat it cooked or raw. It has the same effect. I like raw veggies with some of my salads.
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