Unable to eat most raw fruit.. help?

I've been vegetarian for 14 years and vegan for 5 years. I have never been able to handle raw fruits (which has been sad); I get pins-and-needles in my throat, and have had throat closing reactions to nearly all uncooked fruits. I have seen allergiests for this issue and have been told I had a mast cell disoder (eg one day I can drink coconut water and the next I have a throat closing reaction and thats how it is with most fruits) however on allergy testing I am not allergic. My body craves fruit and all through the day my mind says it wants sugar. It's to the point I get low blood sugar levels and pass out. Can anyone find any recipes with my restrictions? 

 

- Tomatoes *true allergy 

- Poppy seeds *true allergy 

- Corn *true allergy 

- Garlic *true allergy 

- Coconut (big one cooked and not cooked)

- Bananas (big one cooked and not cooked) 

- Peaches (sometimes OK raw always OK cooked) 

- Starberries (sometimes OK raw, blended and steamed OK most of the time) 

- Oranges (huge issues) 

- Mangos (sometimes this is one of my fav fruits too) 

- Pineapple (Can only eat if steamed or slightly cooked) 

- Grapes (lightly steamed and blended is OK)

- Apples (only if juiced and blended or cooked) 

- lettuce (chronic nausea)

- Brocolli (steamed is OK; no raw)

- Raw peppers are OK. 

- Nuts (cooked is OK; not raw)

- Cucumbers (no issues) 

- Watermellon (no issue); no issues with most mellons.

- Dragonfruit no issues 

- Raw peas (no issues) 

- Carrots (no issues)

- Ginger (no issue)

- Dates (no issues)

- Jackfruit (no issues).

- Pickled beats (OK)

- Most raw herbs are OK 

- Advocado (sometimes swelling issue) 

- Nori (no issues) 

- Tofu (is OK if i dont eat more than 2-3 times a week). 

- Sweet potatoe (Only OK if steamed) 

- Squash (only slightly steamed and blended)

- Calliflower (only steamed) 

- Brown rice (I can't handle white rice)

- Sunflower seeds OK 

 

 

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    • I think you misread it wrongly. I am not getting enough sugar and have low blood sugar levels. I do not get high levels. I haven't tried restricting my diet in volume and try to eat as much as I can. I do get chronic hives/ swelling/ nausea and my calories get restricted due to means beyound my control on days. 

  • Maybe just eat more of what you have no reaction to.. maybe after awhile your body will adjust 

    • I was asking for recipes within my limited scope of what I can eat. The reactions have happened since the age of 3 years old (and I still try them) so I don't think it's something I'm randomly gong to adjust to being able to handle. 

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