Tuesday, 8 December 2009

The anti-food list...

...but in Swedish!

I had to compile this since I decided to attend work's Christmas party the coming friday, sent it in today. Lovely, I am sure the people responsible for the catering loves me (though in all fairness, last years catering company did a wonderful job - the avocado-potato-sallad was to die for). Pasting the list here too for your enjoyment.

It is actually censored; there are alot more things on the list that I refuse to list because I either like them too much so I pretend I can eat them, or that I have never had bad effects from. Here are a few of those items: Tea. Coffee. Cocoa/chocolate. Cranberries. Raspberries. Mango. Papaya. Wheat and alot of cereals/other grains. Carbonated soft drinks. Wine. Beer.

The list goes on....

Here is the forbidden-list in Swedish, enjoy... ;)


Skaldjur
Fisk
Ägg
Nötter
Bär
Tomater
Ost
Mjölk och mjölkprodukter
Jordgubb
Ananas
Soja och sojaprodukter (även margarin), sojabönor
Miso
Röda bönor
Aubergine
Vinäger
Konserverat mat (tillsatta konserveringsmedel, torkat, frystorkat, rökt, inlagd, saltat. Även mat som är tillagad och sedan fått stå ett tag eller förvarats nåt dygn i kyl i tillagat form kan ge mig reaktioner – speciellt kött/fisk. Inkluderar sylt, korv, pickles, ketchup, mm)
Artificial food colouring och smaktillsatser (”with flavour” eller ”With spices” är normalt dåligt)
Anis
Pumpa
Sauerkraut
Aprikos
Körsbär
Dadlar
Nektariner
Apelsiner
Persika
Russin och katrinplommon
Plommon
Druvor
Curry
Chili och andra pepparfrukter
Äpplen, päron
”färdiglagade” eller halvfabrikat dressing, såser mm

Oh, och jag äter inte svin.

2 comments:

  1. I can see why you like living alone, my list is about 1/4-1/3 of yours, and dining/cooking along with someone else is a pain as long as I don't do all the cooking myself.

    Oh well, it is a good thing there is pasta and cow.

    how about lettuce ?

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  2. I don't have to take any extra nutrient pills at this point, actually - I manage to get what I need through food. I find my diet very varied these days, but I suspect that it is all according to the eye that sees (or the tongue that tastes in this case) - in the past I have been eating just a few things for long periods of times. I suspect that others would find my food habits monotonous if they had to put up with them on a daily basis. Still.. there are many things I -can- eat. More than there are things I cannot, in fact.

    A simple rule for vegetation is that fruit/vegetables that can become red (ie, all apples because some apples are red, all pepper fruits because some peppers are red, all currants because redcurrants are red, etc) are bad.

    I was trying to explain why I sometimes react to anaesthetics to a dentist and sometimes not, and suddenly he said "oh you have that disease where you cannot eat red things" and I was like "what?". But it is a good rule of thumb.

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Be nice!