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Help-need no iodine recipes


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I need recipes that don't have-

1. Iodized salt, sea salt (Non-iodized salt may be used).

2. Dairy products (milk, cheese, cream, yogurt, butter, ice cream)

3. Eggs

4. Seafood (fish, shellfish, seaweed, kelp)

5. Foods that contain the additives: carragen, agar-agar, algin, algin= ates

6. Cured and corned foods (ham, lox, corned beef, sauerkraut)

7. Bread products that contain iodate dough conditioners (usually small bakery breads are safe; it's best to bake it yourself or substitute with Matzos)

8. Foods and medications that contain red food dyes (consult your doctor before discontinuing any red-colored medicines). The specific bad red dye is Red Dye #3 (erythrosine). The problem is that most ingredient lists do not tell you which red dye is used.

9. Chocolate (for its milk content)

10. Molasses

11. Soy products (soy sauce, soy milk, tofu)

Google has been no help so far, I need 3 weeks of recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Thanks in advance.

Matt

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