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CAROLJ35 Posts: 13,182
10/19/10 6:17 P

The Gluten-Free Pantry and Pamela's Products provide many good GF foods.

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10/19/10 6:21 A

I don't know about specific products, but I just wanted to let you know that crockpot365.blogspot.com has has nearly all gluten free recipes. Actually, she makes ALL of hers gluten free since either she or one of her children has to have a gluten free diet, but not all the recipes are written as such. I love her recipes. My daughter and I both have gluten sensitivities, but only to rye and barley gluten oddly enough. Good luck!

CAROLJ35 Posts: 13,182
10/17/10 11:56 P

Oh, something else great for gluten-free diets. Just today on SP recipes I found a recipe to make your own creamed soups. I can't wait to try it!
BTW, read EVERY label carefully.

CAROLJ35 Posts: 13,182
10/17/10 11:53 P

You can buy bread mix that is gluten free. Just stir in ingredients, place in bread pans and bake. We prefer it divided into 2 smaller pans rather than one regular bread pan.
Our DIL orders most gluten free foods online. One great bread is called Sami's and comes from Florida.
Good Luck!

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10/14/10 8:09 A

Do you have a whole foods near or Trader Joes? They have a variety of bread products that are gluten free.

ASK4JJG Posts: 1,795
10/13/10 4:27 P

try:


www.cookingbread.com/gluten_free.html



www.glutenfreeinfo.com/

Edited by: ASK4JJG at: 10/13/2010 (16:33)
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10/10/10 12:36 P

I don't have personal experience, but I will tell you something important: Soy sauce has gluten. My sister-in-law had to go on a gluten-free diet for health reasons and I could have killed her with soy sauce because I didn't know. Luckily for both of us, it turned out that the gluten wasn't the problem, so she is able to have gluten again, and was never in real danger.

I guess I'm just saying read up carefully about the topic. You will be surprised how much gluten is in things you wouldn't expect.

FERNCREST Posts: 823
10/10/10 9:09 A

I'm going gluten free, any suggestions about bread that is wheat free and anything else to look for?

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