Free and Friendly Foods Tuna Shares

Corn Free Tuna Lunches

It’s not often that I get to share my food with you, but today I will. I think I generally don’t because I see it as too simple, or sometimes a bit too out there, even for people with food allergies. I’m also fully aware that I have the strangest eating patterns. I think it’s how I cope with the disease. Many of you out there I’m sire know exactly what I’m talking about.

The two dishes here are both tuna based, and were delightful to eat. For those of you that really know my story, you know that I’m allergic to just about everything I eat. I was given a choice – eat was gets to me the least, or starve to death. There are no tubes that can save me, because I’m allergic to the food solutions. I can’t do what most people do, because even water is an issue. After having these meals, I can say that I won’t be eating them again any time soon, however, for a few days, it was sort of nice.

First up: My take on a Tuna Noodle Casserole

Free of: Gluten, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Nuts, Peanuts, Garlic.

This is a combination of SnoPac Organic Peas, Garden Variety Fresh Sheep Cheese, Eden Organic Buckwheat Noodles, and Celtic Sea Salt. I boiled the noodles in Raw Water, the water that I can somewhat tolerate. I also boiled the peas in the water at the same time, and so they would stay on the more plump side, rather than baked and dried out. After I drained the water, I mixed in the cheese and salt. The heat of the noodles melts the cheese a bit.

When this is fresh, I would rate is an 8/10. Once it was cold, it was about a 7. I’m sure if I could have more seasonings, and jazz things up, I would rank it a lot higher.

Free and Friendly Foods Tuna Shares

Next, my favorite of the two, a simple blend of tuna, celery, and raisins.

Free of: Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Nuts, Peanuts, Onion, Garlic, Corn. Paleo, GAPs, AIP.
1 tsp Spicely Organics Dried Shallots
1/2 tsp Celtic Sea Salt
1/2 can tuna (Wild Planet, no salt added)
few bits of Organic Celery
hand full Organic Raisins
optional, shredded cheese

I cooked the celery and tuna in olive oil, then mixed in the raisins, shallots, and salt. I found that the shallots didn’t add the flavor I was hoping for. I did find that grated raw sheep cheese was amazing, but I wasn’t able to tolerate much of it. This dish was a 10/10, even when cold. It was just SO delicious, and really really simple.

Free and Friendly Foods Tuna Shares

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked as *


© 2017: Food & Lego Blog, All Rights Reserved Disclaimer, Disclosure, and Legal Stuff Unauthorized use and/or duplication of our content including images without express and written permission is strictly prohibited. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site. The Allergy Chef and the team at Free and Friendly Foods are not doctors. If this is a medical emergency, please dial 911 and seek immediate medical attention. The recipes and information on this website are not medical advice. | Innovation Theme by: D5 Creation | Powered by: WordPress