I live in Italy. I have n't paid attention to flower seed butter but I'm sure my store has almonds and nuts butter. Cashew butter has a better 'profile' I think, actually I recall having bought cashew accidentally and it didn't give me problems if I recall correctly
@Zel in France
Thanks for the post. I definitely don't have a problem with all legumes as I'm perfectly fine eating this kind of (fresh) beans
can't remember the english name at the moment. I'm also ok with frozen peas and sprouted soybeans eaten raw.
I never thought about coocking the storebought tofu (in a plastic container), I could give it a try. It tastes really bad uncooked, can't imagine it tasting worse when coocked. No idea about how to cook it though. I tried cooked tempeh, it didn't give me as much problems as uncooked tofu but it was really awful probably because of the excess of salt in it. However I had some problems to so some extent even with that coocked tempeh.
Soy yougurt gives me problems as well.
As for canned beans, I never eat canned products as I think they have lost all their properties, also I had stomach problems after trying most of canned beans.
I don't eat chocolate, it's one of those food not really recommended in a general 'orthopathian' diet (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthopathy
Overall I'm eating really few legumes and not really often, some like 3 or 4 times a week. I think I'll to try again with dried legumes.
I will try soy powder proteins anyway as I'm curious to know how I handle them, it's the most complete non-animal protein so I think it's worth a try before going into the non-soy stuff...