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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Madrox View Post

    So i'm curious as to what spices are out as far as nightshades go.

    What I use on a daily basis for my own salad dressings with olive oil, cidar vinegar, and lemon juice are black pepper, garlic, onion/chives, oregano, and sometimes instead of just plain oregano i use an "italian spice blend" which has oregano, rosemary, marjoram, thyme, and sage. Is this all good? What about white pepper, turmeric, and mustard seed?

    I do use paprika and spicy mustard so I know those are out. Looking to make my own mustard I guess.
    Out - paprika, chili powder, taco seasoning, Tabasco, wing sauce, cayenne pepper, cajun seasoning, sun dried tomatoes, tomato paste.

    In - pepper, oregano, basil, cumin, thyme, tarragon, ginger, cinnamom, mustard seed, celery seed, onion powder, garlic powder, dill, rosemary, chives, sage, coriander, bay.
    Last edited by Adrianag; 02-13-2011 at 10:25 PM. Reason: Moved pepper from out to in. Added a few more to in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrianag View Post
    Out - Pepper, paprika, chili powder, taco seasoning, Tabasco, wing sauce, cayenne pepper, cajun seasoning, sun dried tomatoes, tomato paste.

    In - oregano, basil, cumin, thyme, tarragon, ginger, cinnamom, mustard seed, celery seed, onion powder, garlic powder, dill, rosemary, chives, sage.
    I think pepper is okay - as long as it is black pepper. http://plants.montara.com/ListPages/...es/Solana.html

    Otherwise, that is pretty much the list I follow. Lots of things that just say "spices" end up having paprika if you dig deeper, so I tend to make my own spice mixes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    I think pepper is okay - as long as it is black pepper. http://plants.montara.com/ListPages/...es/Solana.html

    Otherwise, that is pretty much the list I follow. Lots of things that just say "spices" end up having paprika if you dig deeper, so I tend to make my own spice mixes.
    You are correct, I added it at the last minute and put it in the wrong place. I 'm going to edit it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    I think pepper is okay - as long as it is black pepper. http://plants.montara.com/ListPages/...es/Solana.html

    Otherwise, that is pretty much the list I follow. Lots of things that just say "spices" end up having paprika if you dig deeper, so I tend to make my own spice mixes.
    Black pepper and other spices contain oxalates which come with their own set of problems.

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    Count me in. I don't eat nightshades.

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    Hi,
    I am going to have to trial going nightshade free sometime soon. I've done a whole30 and my shoulder soreness is much better but I still have some joint aches and pains. Staying completely away from gluten and corn is the biggie for me but I would like to get rid of these lingering symptoms.

    I don't know when I'll do it as I have a lot of things to consider- also I think I am sensitive to coconut, want to try going nut free, and am working on a leaky gut and candida protocol. So I thought I'd hang out here for a while and get ideas on how to do it before taking the plunge.

    No tomatoes, no aubergine, no chilli.... seriously I don't know how likfe will be worth living lol!!!
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    I tossed out my dried red peppers, and I am not planting any this year along with tomatoes.
    So I'm with you to see if this helps. I will replace them with more zucchini and squash. So
    instead of battling the tobacco worms this year, I get to put up with squash bugs. Nasty
    pest.

    Good luck!

    Quote Originally Posted by Horsewoman View Post
    Hi,
    I am going to have to trial going nightshade free sometime soon. I've done a whole30 and my shoulder soreness is much better but I still have some joint aches and pains. Staying completely away from gluten and corn is the biggie for me but I would like to get rid of these lingering symptoms.

    I don't know when I'll do it as I have a lot of things to consider- also I think I am sensitive to coconut, want to try going nut free, and am working on a leaky gut and candida protocol. So I thought I'd hang out here for a while and get ideas on how to do it before taking the plunge.

    No tomatoes, no aubergine, no chilli.... seriously I don't know how likfe will be worth living lol!!!

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    Good luck guys! It can be life changing if they impact you (they totally impact me!)...
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    Life without the joint/muscle pain is so much tastier to me than even peppers!! Thanks for this thread. It has been quite interesting and helpful. I have been nightshade free exceot goji berries in one of the only gluten-free snacks at Borders this weekend. That one little snack was abig boo-boo. Anyway, I love being nightshade free. It has been a revelation. That and gluten-free have made great improvements.

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    Thanks, inspiring to hear success stories. I am thinking maybe this is more important that going nut free for me, might do it first.
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