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#1301 Sun 11 May 14 2:59pm

Maree

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From Newcastle, Australia
Member since Sat 10 Mar 07

Re: Ask me a cooking question

You're welcome. I don't use sugar smile.


"Cook with love and laughter ..."
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#1302 Mon 12 May 14 12:01am

JoyYamDaisy

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From Melbourne Australia
Member since Sun 12 Apr 09

Re: Ask me a cooking question

eleagnus wrote:

Hello Joy, thanks for the links, I will settle down and read them and maybe get some help.
There are some cookbooks for diabetics available here, but not too many, and the ideas are not always inspiring.
I was going back in time with the cream on the coffee, and have tried everything to achieve the 'float'. If I discover the secret I will share it with the world.
Thanks for your kindness.

Good luck with it!
I do know a lot of people can work out ways to adapt recipes to suit diabetes, but it is hard when you have to avoid the things that add such good taste and lusciousness.

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#1303 Tue 13 May 14 10:21am

Abby M

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From Jamie Oliver HQ
Member since Sat 15 Mar 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Eleagnus. Because every case of diabetes is different and requires tailoring to the individual Jamie's nutrition team are unable to provide recipes that we can recommend across the board to all diabetics. Instead we offer advice on cooking with diabetes in our "special diet guidance" which is available here: http://jamieoliverprod.s3.amazonaws.com … idance.pdf

I hope that helps!

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#1304 Tue 13 May 14 11:18am

hurrypants

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From Australia
Member since Tue 13 May 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

G'Day Jamie. I have decided that cleaning my oven, after cooking a roast, is for mugs. I am thinking about purchasing a stainless steel COVERED roaster. What is your opinion of these, and what hints do you have for cooking roasts (pork or lamb legs mostly) in them, along with roast vegetables? There seems to be as many negative comments online, as there are positive. Is this idea just a waste of money?
Regards
hurrypants
ps. Great website mate  thumbsup

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#1305 Mon 19 May 14 2:14pm

loullag

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Member since Mon 19 May 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie,

Any advise for two year old fussy eaters?  Do their taste buds change as they get older?  I'm told that at school my daughter eats very well but at home it is totally the opposite.

thanks,
Loulla Lote

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#1306 Tue 03 Jun 14 1:01pm

rebecca.baker.52090

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Member since Tue 03 Jun 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi JO,

I'm a long time watcher first time member & not much of a cook.  But u make it look simple & easy and I wanna give it a go.  I hope my food taste as good as yours looks.

This is my question, I am a vego, I only eat cheese if it has know rennet, and I only eat eyes if I can't see or smell them, know meat no seafood.
I see u cook and make a lot of veggie meals which is one reason why I enjoy your show also my partner is a meat lover.

Sorry my question, do u every cook or have veggie recipes that use veggie meat such as the product quorn?

Thanks again and thanks for helping a lot of kids out there, cheers to you.

Bbecca
Aust - brisbane, 'Go Qld, go for 9 in a row'

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#1307 Wed 11 Jun 14 12:43am

marchkatherine

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Member since Tue 10 Jun 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie, I am very excited that you are opening your restaurant in Hong Kong but sad to know that you are not attending the opening day.  When will you plan to visit Hong Kong?

Katherine

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#1308 Wed 18 Jun 14 12:26pm

Dalveer Kaur

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Member since Wed 18 Jun 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello Jamie,  Happy to be registered on ur site.
I reside in India n i m a complete vegeterian. I also don't eat eggs.Can u please share eggless cake recipes with me.Also its a request plz let me know the perfect doughnut, pastry recipes without eggs. smile
Eagerly waiting for your reply..... smile

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#1309 Wed 18 Jun 14 8:27pm

MsPablo

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Member since Fri 28 Mar 08

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Dalveer,
Have you checked out the Recipe section of the site?  Here is the Vegan section:
http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/cate … diet/vegan

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#1310 Sat 21 Jun 14 10:29am

esther.staedler1

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Member since Sat 21 Jun 14

Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello dear Jamie,

Thank you so much for all the hard work you put in all your projects to provide great and the highiest quality information and motivation to cooks and foodies in the world and, of course, those who want to become one....wink

I am looking for a natural and organic yet authentic soy sauce and teriyaki sauce, that contains neither MSG nor any of those E-number stuff to enhance the taste, no colouring or any artificial components. If you would no any supplier that sells organic sauces of that kind, please let me know.... Is it true that for example the KIKKOMAN brand is really natural and free of artificial components etc....?

Would love to hear from you!

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