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List of Vegetables
Now that we have our Vegetables going let's see about
Sweeteners, Fruits, Seeds, and Nuts.

Occasional Use

amazake
apple cider
apple juice
apples, fresh or dried
apricots
barley malt
blackberries
blueberries
cantaloupe
cherries
chestnuts
dried temperate -
climate fruits
grapes
honeydew melon
peaches
pears
plums
prunes
pumpkin seeds
raisins
raspberries
sesame seeds
squash seeds
strawberries
sunflower seeds
watermelon
yinnie syrup

Very
Occasional Use

Almonds
filberts
lemons
tangerines
peanuts
pecans
walnuts


AVOID

Brazil nuts
bananas
cashews
coconuts
dates
figs
grapefruits
kiwi
mangoes
oranges
papayas
pistachios
tangelos

Fruit desserts, as well as fresh and dried fruits (locally grown fruits only) may also be eaten on occasion. If you live in a temperate zone (most of the continental United States is temperate), avoid tropical and semitropical fruit. The use of fruit juice is not advisable. However, occasionally in warm weather it is all right, provided you are in good health.
Roasted seeds that have been lightly seasoned with tamari soy sauce may be enjoyed as a snack or supplement. These include squash, pumpkin, sunflower, and sesame seeds.
Snacks such as rice cakes, puffed whole cereals, and popcorn may also be enjoyed form time to time, together with low-fat, northern varieties of nuts. Like seeds, nuts may be roasted in a skillet with a
little tamari soy sauce.

This page is my
attempt to help the people who are trying to make the transition to a healthy life style. All the ideas and
suggestions made here are from
first hand experiences, some good, some bad. Your thoughts
and ideas are always welcomed.

OCCASIONAL USE

taro (small ones)
yellow wax beans