Replacements in the Low FODMAP diet
When you first look at the FODMAP diet, it looks like there’s almost no normal food left to eat. It looks like you can only have a plate of tasteless dry potatoes without sauce and a plain piece of meat. At least, that’s how it seems at the beginning. Nothing could be further from the truth. With some inventiveness and by replacing ingredients that you can no eat with ingredients that you can eat, you can still cook delicious meals.
In the “Replacements” section of my blog I pay attention to important products or product groups that are no longer allowed from the FODMAP diet. This may include onion, various vegetables, garlic, wheat, milk products and the like. I will suggest the most practical alternatives for such products and indicate how you can work without these products if necessary. Replacing most products from the “red list” in the FODMAP diet is actually much easier than you think. You just need to know how to approach it. So keep an eye on the Replacements section for these useful tips.
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