Laura said:I guess that what we are seeing is that there is no "one size fits all" case of candidiasis nor solution to same.
I would really like to get clear on the beans/legumes issue since some "experts" say you CAN eat them and others say don't touch them while taking the cure.
Dried beans are a major part of my diet - lentils, black-eyed peas, red beans, etc - and I have no idea what to replace them with.
Hola Laura.Do you fermented your dried beans? I fermented brown rice,quinoa,buckwheat,potatoes,tomatoes,etc.Then you can store them in the fridge.Then you can used then with meat or wherever you want. The fermented food helps a lot to repair the good flora,which is going to help to balance the excess of candida in the gut.
In the following link you will find how to make fermented potatoes.Sara has a very educated videos than help me a lot. ;)