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  Subject :Fiber (for next year)
04/15/2012 11:25 
Joined: 03/02/2011 01:36
Posts: 45
So I realized over Pesach that most of my main preferred fiber sources are chometz or kitniyos. My stomach was not happy. What do you do for fiber on Pesach?
  Subject :Re:Fiber (for next year)
04/30/2012 07:03 
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
Use whole wheat matzah. The family doesn't taste the difference-in fact it really tastes better- and your stomach will be happy! By the way, I do not usually like whole wheat products at all.
Last Edited On: 04/30/2012 07:03 By CookMama
  Subject :Re:Fiber (for next year)
05/10/2012 20:19 
Joined: 04/15/2011 15:28
Posts: 21
I have the same problem every Pesach. Eating lots of fresh produce really helps. Think salad and fruit. I also keep prunes on hand. The O-U guide usually has a brand that can be purchased at a regular grocery store--these seem more palatable to me than the heimishe brands. I think they are fresher. I agree with Cook Mama that whole wheat matzah tastes better, but it didn't add enough fiber for me.
  Subject :Re:Fiber (for next year)
05/13/2012 19:00 
Joined: 12/13/2010 16:35
Posts: 107
Pears or apples with the skin on is 4-5 Grams of fiber.
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