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TOPIC TITLE: gas? what works?
Created On 2/24/08 2:49 AM
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PB613
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2/24/08 2:49 AM
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Do you have gas with certain foods? What helps?

I never had an issue with this, till recently. and only really on motzei shabbos.....

I've seen beano, gas-x and charcoal tablets. They vary from taking them before during and after eating.
A big factor in this is kashrus. I feel that if im taking something, i want it to be kosher. i know for meds its ok.....but this isnt really a med.

Have you found one that really works?


 
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tomidbsimcha
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2/24/08 5:01 PM
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Cholent surely isnt good haha
I think all the nutritionists will tell you to try and experiment for yourself (I once read that it could change as time goes on so keep on trying new things..)
 
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PB613
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2/28/08 4:17 AM
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you got it.
The problem is that I love cholent, world's biggest fan.
my family doesnt use beans, we've always used barley/brown rice/Grunkern/Wheat Berries to give the Cholent heft and absorb water. It's delicious. They actually make the Cholent very creamy.
I just discovered oatmeal. A grandmother's tip, she sprinkles a few handfuls on top and it sort of seals over the top of the Cholent and makes a 'skin' on top. it disappears into the pot but adds alot!
 
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PB613
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2/28/08 4:27 AM
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To repeat the OP's question. What works for it?


Edited: 2/28/08 at 4:28 AM by PB613
 
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