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#951 Fri 18 Jan 13 11:48am

The White Rabbit

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From Sydney, Australia
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Re: THE gluten-free thread

welcome to the club Deb! You'll miss it but you'll feel much better.

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#952 Fri 18 Jan 13 5:48pm

oliviascotland

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

Yes, welcome indeed - you really will feel better!  Looks like quite a list of things you have to avoid, but it's all worth it if it helps  thumbsup

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#953 Sun 20 Jan 13 4:13pm

MarielH

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I had the test done with probes attached to my finger which showed allergy to dust mites (explains sneezing) also wheat which if I avoid prevents bloating and seems to help with weight loss.  Not always strict as am not caused pain but try really hard!

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#954 Sun 20 Jan 13 5:01pm

wine~o

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

MarielH wrote:

I had the test done with probes attached to my finger which showed allergy to dust mites (explains sneezing) also wheat which if I avoid prevents bloating and seems to help with weight loss.  Not always strict as am not caused pain but try really hard!

And the probes were attached to a "gullibleometer"???

whistle

How much did this "expert testing" cost you???

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#955 Sun 20 Jan 13 6:26pm

MsPablo

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I made brioche rolls with poppy seeds recently.  I put together my own measurements using up the last of an expensive gluten-free flour.  Basically, I tried to incorporate plenty of butter and eggs and get a very soft dough . . . it was just a little too wet I think, but the end results was nice enough, could have had more lift.  I will try this in silicone muffin molds next time.  The non-stick cake pan that I coated well with butter, was nearly impossible to clean.  MrP mistakenly scrubbed the finish off, so that went in to the shed for some future messy non-food use.  I didn't mind.  I hate those cake pans.

I used Cup4Cup gf flour which is quite expensive . . . but works like a dream in recipes.  I hope the price comes down because I would buy it all the time if so.

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#956 Fri 25 Jan 13 11:41am

The White Rabbit

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

Recipe please mspab?

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#957 Fri 25 Jan 13 1:16pm

MsPablo

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I will weigh the ingredients today and pass along the results.  Going to make another batch using a less expensive flour.

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#958 Sat 26 Jan 13 3:25am

FlameRed

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

Sounds good MsP, my hubby is always looking for more recipes   cool   It's a pain trying to find something different he can eat that's nice...  mrgreen

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#959 Sat 26 Jan 13 3:32pm

MsPablo

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

I used a different flour and another method which was very simple, but I am still not finished experimenting . . . may have to eat a lot of brioche before this is over.

eta: This method took almost no rising time, just a little in the molds and then they puffed up quite well, but they're not pretty - too craggy on top, so back to the drawing board.  I used a bread flour mixture by Pamela's Products, last time I used Cup4Cup which is a very nice product and costs too much money! help

I made rolls with currants this time.

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#960 Sun 27 Jan 13 6:44am

TerryKay

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Re: THE gluten-free thread

The only decent gluten free or celiac friendly beer I've had. http://youtu.be/I3fJ0KG9b-s thumbsup


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