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#1051 Tue 12 Aug 14 4:34pm

MsPablo

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I prefer other brands to Bob's Red Mill for a basic baking flour blend.  I think it would work for something like pancakes or muffins, but for cookies, cakes, etc. I like a more finely milled blend.  I buy Bob's other types of flours regularly as the brand is available in many stores.

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#1052 Wed 13 Aug 14 3:31am

The White Rabbit

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#1053 Wed 27 Aug 14 12:01pm

Lanky Lou

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I am loving Jamie's focus on gluten free/ vegan right now! I eat a paleo diet mainly so always looking for new recipes.

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#1054 Wed 27 Aug 14 1:11pm

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

i have heard that there is a gluten free flour, might get a packet if i could find... smile  hmm


enjoying cooking easy and fast...
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#1055 Wed 27 Aug 14 10:34pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I'm finding the combination with vegan a bit irritating. I'm not vegan (that's a choice diet and one I'm not going to complicate my life with) so I'd prefer to use ingredients that I regularly use. Ditto for palaeo. Gluten free is not a choice for me, it's a requirement if I want to stay well.

There are lots of gluten free flours on the market. It does not easily (though I've heard good things about the American cup 4cup) replace flour. White sauces, small amounts in cake and batter recipes (ie. where the quantity of flour happens to be low anyway). Unless you are baking for someone gluten free I'd save yourself the expense. The are lots of nice flour less cake recipes out there that save you from buying something else.

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#1056 Tue 02 Sep 14 1:28pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

From the special on gluten free on the site

GF bread http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/brea … free-bread
GF pizza http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/reci … free-pizza
GF quiche http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs … ree-quiche
I've not tried any of these recipes but for the last two I'd have liked to have seen some commentary on what type of gf flour. There are so many mixes in the world and they vary substantially.

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#1057 Tue 02 Sep 14 1:29pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

GF pasta dough http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/past … asta-dough
Again I've not tried it. Tobie Puttock's version in Daily Italian works well.

GF lasagne

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#1058 Tue 02 Sep 14 1:31pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I'm just not sold on oats being gluten free http://www.jamieoliver.com/news-and-fea … l-cooking/

Anyone else? I have some contamination free ones in the cupboard and I get get away with it for a few days then the symptoms creep in.

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#1059 Tue 02 Sep 14 1:34pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

The gluten free recipes on the Jamie site http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/cate … luten-free

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#1060 Tue 02 Sep 14 1:42pm

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

Problems in that gluten free recipe list
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/vege … ghter-side has worcestershire sauce in it (you can get gluten free ones but it's not easy)

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs … de-up-eggs serving suggestion and photo not gluten free. Yes, us regular gluten free people are ok, but it is helpful to think about the people who might be cooking gluten free for a friend or guest and are not familiar with what is ok and what is not.

Skating on thin ice
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/vege … base-sauce the photo is with couscous - may be confusing to people who are cooking for someone who is gluten free for the first time. Is an alternative photo available?
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/frui … to-di-pere served with biscuits....

Yes I know I'm being a bit picky but I think it is important.

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