Maple Dijon Pork Kabobs (fodmaps-friendly)

 

 

9 replies on “Maple Dijon Pork Kabobs (fodmaps-friendly)

  • Roz

    Thanks for your recipes. I’m just starting out with this so it’s good to have some resources. Just in case there are other Aussies using these recipes- the American Tablespoon is 3 teaspoons and the Australian Tablespoon is 4 teaspoons.

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  • Kate

    I thought summer squash was on the ‘no’ list for FODMAP eating? I don’t have the official Monash list, but I’ve done a lot of research online and found most list it as a ‘no.’

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  • Elisabeth Gardner

    Hi Kate,
    I am very new to this Foodmap Diet.
    Basically it seems to be Gluten and Lactose free. Correct?
    I found your site while researching the Foodmap Diet the Doctor recommended for my husband.
    We both dislike the taste of Olive Oil and I would like to know if I can substitute Safflower or Grape seed Oil for Recipes.
    Is there any way on the site to get the recipes Printer friendly?
    I tried to print the maple pork tenderloin recipe but it would give my more than 5 pages.
    I really love the site, lots of good information.

    Thank you,
    Elisabeth

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    • katescarlata

      Hi Elisabeth…I just updated the maple dijon pork kabob recipe so that you would be able to print the recipe only. Link: https://blog.katescarlata.com/fodmaps/maple-dijon-pork-kabobs-fodmaps-friendly/

      Some of my earlier posts I did not have the technology on my site to make the post print the recipe alone….my newer recipes however all can be printed –just the recipe! I wish I have an extra 2 days in the week to do work on my older posts…but unfortunately, I don’t… Yes you can sub in safflower or grapeseed oil –how about peanut oil or sesame….I love them too! The low FODMAP diet is a diet modified in small sugars and fibers that ferment and create gas easily. Lactose is a small fermentable sugar so the diet is low lactose. The low FODMAP diet per se–is not gluten free but because the sources of gluten are wheat, barley and rye (all FODMAPs sources)–the diet excludes many gluten rich foods. Gluten is a protein and the low FODMAP diet is focusing on sugars. Hope that helps! I know…it is confusing as first…but you will get the hang of it! And I am glad you like my site…means a lot to me…I spend a lot of time here! 😉

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