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Menu for one week
This 7-day menu is one of the hundreds of possible combinations.
| Breakfast || Dinner || Dinner |
| Rice cream || Whole rice or bread, vegetables (carrots, radishes) || Chapati, Russian soup |
| Oatmeal Cream || Porridge, vegetables (watercress) || G river pasta |
| G speech cream || Gomoku rice (mix rice with vegetables) || Soup |
| Rice cream || Missoni with whole || Jardiner soup |
| rice (carrot, onion) || (Ozawa's bread) |
| Whole bread || Tempura with whole || Mori (buckwheat) |
| with Mice || rice and tamari |
| Ozawa's Coffee || Fried rice, || Pumpkin porridge, |
| vegetables (carrots) || whole bread |
| Oatmeal Cream || Toasted buckwheat, || Whole rice, |
| Ozawa's Whole Bread || rice oden |
Gomassi with tamari (Ozawa-Suoyu soy sauce) can be consumed with all products.
Soo-ban (No. 311) is recommended before or after meals.
Broth (tea) My for those who need to move in the direction of Yang as quickly as possible.
Drink it with meals or between meals. But be careful, remember that quantity can destroy quality.
Tamari, miso, tekka or miso cream can be used daily instead of butter, cheese or margarine.
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Menu for one week
- MENU FOR A WEEK
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- Sample menu for the week with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer (diet 1a)
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- Composing a menu
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- Approximate one-day menu with the exception of meat
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