View Full Version : Boil pasta in Evian?
11-20-2005, 06:51 AM
Does anyone know if it's okay to make pasta in normal tap water? I definately feel much better when drinking Evian (which I now always drink), so should I be boiling pasta in Evian as well? I guess what I'm wondering is how much water is absorbed in pasta when cooked. Or perhaps I should just rinse the pasta in Evian? Or is there another way to make pasta without water (I'm 20, I have no idea how to cook most things). This sounds like a ridiculous question, but I am seriously wondering!
11-20-2005, 07:52 AM
I boil my pasta and potatoes in tap water. I also do not not rinse the pasta.
i have never had a problem with it.
I use bottled water, but not Evian for boiling pasta & rice.
11-20-2005, 03:57 PM
I usually use filtered water for pasta. If I'm in a flare, though, I go Evian!
11-21-2005, 06:42 AM
What junk food can you eat? Like, potatoe chips? I went to the store yesterday- and everything has some of the bad ingredients! I have been in pain for 3 weeks- no relief yet- My doc only has me on the elmiron....dying here....trying everything.
Also...what pain meds work to take? I need to suggest to him something..the over the counter stuff you can buy (azo, etc.) does nothing...
11-21-2005, 06:46 AM
I eat Lays baked potato chips, fritos, Target brand archer farms rosemary and oil chips, air popped popcorn and Snyders pretzels.
11-21-2005, 06:49 AM
thanks...i spent like 2 hours in the store yesterday getting depressed...i took the cheat sheet....
Also, what are some low-acid juices? I found an all natural apple juice...no preservatives...drank some this morning, but its hard to tell-- since the pain is so constant.....
11-21-2005, 06:53 AM
Check out the two links below. Sticking to the IC diet is critical in the begining. Drink lots of bottled water too.
11-21-2005, 06:57 AM
I have printed out the sheet- I have just never paid attention before to all the ingredients...its a little overwhelming....
It just said some low acid juices "may be" ok....how do I know what low and high?
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