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  • Abisali
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    Originally posted by Al-Mualim View Post
    Abisali - How's your gym and/or diet routine..?
    Not good, but not horrible. I was doing really well until last month. I still haven't gone to the gym, but today, someone made me realize that the reason I don't go is because I lack the courage to go. As a kid, I was always picked on, very badly and I've developed social anxiety as a result. It's hard for me to want to go out to do anything these days, which aggravates me because now I'm 35, and I shouldn't feel this way. So, I'm going to work up the courage to go and just pretend that I am the only person at the gym.

    As for the diet, I eat much, much less. I was able to give up sugar and wheat for two months, and deluded my self that I can tolerate a cheat day or two, which turned into a month. So I will have to take 3 days off to restart is and suffer the detoxification process. Pray for me.

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  • Al-Mualim
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    Abisali - How's your gym and/or diet routine..?

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  • Abisali
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    Originally posted by aelmo View Post

    It brings me a lot of peace to know that they will spend an eternity burning in hell.

    Any time people ask me where I'm from in Palestine they are always so confused because they have never heard of Al-Damun before and I have no way to even explain it to them because I have no idea. I wouldn't mind visiting Palestine but all of my relatives fled and I'm not sure if you can go to my town freely. I also heard there are only certain times that you can enter and exit. I'm not sure.

    I once stuck my finger into Palestine from a fence that separated it from Lebenon but that's about it. Maybe one day I'll manage to put my whole body in there inshallah.
    Inshallah you’ll be able to make it there soon. It brings me joy to know that the trees and rocks will call Muslims to kill the Jews after Prophet Isa (PBUH) comes, and as with you, it pleases me to know that they’ll be suffering in Hell for eternity.
    May Allah make us among the residents of Jannah so we could laugh at them, and question them while drinking water that they will never taste.

    As far as going on your own, at the very least, you should visit Al Qudds and Masjid Al Aqsa, even if you can’t get to your home town. I hope to go visit at least once before I die. I didn’t really appreciate anything while I lived there, being a stupid teenager, and not having a good foundation of Islam.

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by Abisali View Post
    Yea, it’s hard to find anything about Palestine prior to 1948 due to the fact that the Jews have been vigilant to cover up everything they did and make it seem as if there were no people living there before they invaded.
    It brings me a lot of peace to know that they will spend an eternity burning in hell.

    Any time people ask me where I'm from in Palestine they are always so confused because they have never heard of Al-Damun before and I have no way to even explain it to them because I have no idea. I wouldn't mind visiting Palestine but all of my relatives fled and I'm not sure if you can go to my town freely. I also heard there are only certain times that you can enter and exit. I'm not sure.

    I once stuck my finger into Palestine from a fence that separated it from Lebenon but that's about it. Maybe one day I'll manage to put my whole body in there inshallah.

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  • Abisali
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    Originally posted by aelmo View Post

    It's alright. It's not easy to find any information on the towns that were occupied. There's a wikipedia page and a page on Palestine remembered about it but that's about it. I've actually never met anyone who even heard of it before.
    Yea, it’s hard to find anything about Palestine prior to 1948 due to the fact that the Jews have been vigilant to cover up everything they did and make it seem as if there were no people living there before they invaded.

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  • aelmo
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    Originally posted by Abisali View Post

    No, sorry. I lived there when I was 11 and moved back to the states at 17, so I didn't really pay much attention to the many villages there- unless my classmates were from one of them. I lived in a village just outside of Ramallah.
    It's alright. It's not easy to find any information on the towns that were occupied. There's a wikipedia page and a page on Palestine remembered about it but that's about it. I've actually never met anyone who even heard of it before.

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  • Abisali
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    Originally posted by aelmo View Post
    Abisali I read in another thread that you lived in Palestine before. Do you know anything about a village there called Al Damun?
    No, sorry. I lived there when I was 11 and moved back to the states at 17, so I didn't really pay much attention to the many villages there- unless my classmates were from one of them. I lived in a village just outside of Ramallah.

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  • aelmo
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    Abisali I read in another thread that you lived in Palestine before. Do you know anything about a village there called Al Damun?

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  • neelu
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    Most gluten free alu paratha recipes involve mixing potato into the dough. As the recipe says, a dusting of rice flour should prevent it from getting too sticky when it's rolled out.

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  • Indefinable
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    Originally posted by .Hajar. View Post
    So..how's everyone doing?
    Alhamdulillaah. Life is good.

    What about you? How are the kids?

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  • .Hajar.
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    So..how's everyone doing?

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  • Veracity
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    Originally posted by neelu View Post
    There are a few different recipes if you look it up on youtube but I used this one (garbanzo flour means chickpea flour or besan will do)

    https://www.desiblitz.com/content/5-...e-desi-recipes


    Do you mix the potato mixture with the flour/dough or put it in separate between two balls of dough (if that makes sense lol)? Doesn't it stick if it's all mixed together? 

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  • neelu
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    There are a few different recipes if you look it up on youtube but I used this one (garbanzo flour means chickpea flour or besan will do)

    https://www.desiblitz.com/content/5-...e-desi-recipes

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  • Veracity
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    Originally posted by neelu View Post
    That has changed over the years because I've developed so many food intolerances over the years. I think during my teens my favourite meal would've been alugosht (lamb and potato salan) with mattar pulao (fried rice with peas) and I still love that. Alu paratha would've also been a favourite.

    My favourite foods before I became ill though were keema patties (minced meat wrapped in puff pastry) and I also loved alu parathas, chocolate brownies... I'm gluten intolerant so I look back at these gluten packed foods with a lot of nostalgia. I have since managed to try gluten free alu parathas, pizzas and chocolate brownies and they're okay but not the same.

    Since becoming ill I now have two main favourite gluten free meals:

    - Spinach and ricotta cannelloni is AMAZING (and coincidentally vegetarian)

    - Fried rice with griddled lamb and veg (griddled courgettes, asparagus and red onions)... even better if served with aubergine dip and the recipe is on this blog
    http://myalgicmuslimah.blogspot.com/...-gf-df-ef.html

    Since becoming ill, my favourite dessert is pear tarte tatin with a dollop of creme fraiche


    I love aloo paratha too.. my favourite breakfast lol paratha with chana masala, chutney and achaar!! But even if I had chana masala with puris.. that would do too! 

    Sister, have you got the recipe for gluten free aloo parathas? Do you just use gluten-free flour instead? 

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  • neelu
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    That has changed over the years because I've developed so many food intolerances over the years. I think during my teens my favourite meal would've been alugosht (lamb and potato salan) with mattar pulao (fried rice with peas) and I still love that. Alu paratha would've also been a favourite.

    My favourite foods before I became ill though were keema patties (minced meat wrapped in puff pastry) and I also loved alu parathas, chocolate brownies... I'm gluten intolerant so I look back at these gluten packed foods with a lot of nostalgia. I have since managed to try gluten free alu parathas, pizzas and chocolate brownies and they're okay but not the same.

    Since becoming ill I now have two main favourite gluten free meals:

    - Spinach and ricotta cannelloni is AMAZING (and coincidentally vegetarian)

    - Fried rice with griddled lamb and veg (griddled courgettes, asparagus and red onions)... even better if served with aubergine dip and the recipe is on this blog
    http://myalgicmuslimah.blogspot.com/...-gf-df-ef.html

    Since becoming ill, my favourite dessert is pear tarte tatin with a dollop of creme fraiche

    Originally posted by Abisali View Post

    What is your favorite food?

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