I have been trying a lot of foods lately that I wasn’t able to eat before, and they have all been a great success. Mostly I’m trying vegetables and spices since I’m going to continue to eat healthy from now on, but I did splurge on pizza for my birthday with no consequences! I really think my fructose malabsorption is gone. I don’t really want to take the test again, since I’m afraid of that liquid fructose you have to drink, but I’m curious. Would anyone else want to know if my FM is gone? Continue reading
In my old life (before Fructose Malabsorption), I had never eaten granola. It’s brown, crumbly, and looks like it might taste like dirt. Now, faced with very few options, I thought I would give it a try. How wrong I was!!! Granola is the greatest! Specifically this granola. Although, I don’t have anything to compare it to.
Sadly, having Fructose Malabsorption means you might not be able to use all the ingredients I used. Perhaps you can’t have any. Which is why this post on how to make granola is so great. It gives you the basic rundown–the skeleton of the recipe–and you get to choose the ingredients. Which is what I did a few weeks ago, and Cinnamon Roll Granola was born. Continue reading