SCD is not rawism :-)
We buy and grind both... depends what we want to use it on. If it's some raw recipe we use almonds with skin, if it's baking pastry or pies we
In your legal list. Yogurt is marked as legal, but milk that I use is illegal. What recipe can I use?
The one on our website. It's the 24h SCD yogurt. :-)
I found that the milk and yogurt I use for my SCD yogurt contain 3,5g saccharides and also 3,5g of sugar. Is this bad?
No, during the process of fermentation all lactose is transformed and it's not a problem :-)
Precisely, we try not to worry about such things, the same is said about teflon... oftentimes it's the conviction that hurts us more than anything...
If you are dealing with gallbladder issues, it is true you need to be more careful with nuts... Don't focus so much on pastries and prioritize pumpkin, zucchini, spinach and
You recommend using honey which is apparently not supposed to be heated – I even read a warning about the honey spongecake.
With SCD the priority is starving out the bad bacteria... Honey and dates are natural SCD sweeteners, if you want their benefits you can eat it the way they are...
It is not legal for SCD because the fermentation process does not involve only bacteria but also yeast.
Your list specifies that walnuts are legal, but I don’t see them very much in your recipes, is there a reason for that?
There is no specific reason. They are prone to mold... but also we simply prefer pecan nuts, for example ;-)
Choose another recipe that suits you more :) If you are allergic, you start with meals that don't irritate you and as SCD takes its course you gradually get rid