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daisey

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About daisey

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Wow, I just found out that Pizza Pizza in Toronto has gluten free, egg free crust, for $3.25 extra for a medium. Can't wait to try it
  3. Thanks for the great advice, frosting also seems like a great Idea. I'll keep everyone posted about my cooking experiments. Cheers Hi Daisey, I've been experimenting with some of this recently. I agree with artgirl on the bread, except for fruitbreads which seem to be okay, just substitute a variety of egg replacers. (For example: 4 eggs required - gelatin for one, tofu for second, banana for third, egg whites or egg replacer for 4th. Also add a tsp or so of flax meal to your dry ingredients.) You might need to add some sort of frosting though, my breads seem a little dry. And make spicy cookies, with cinnamon or nutmeg or ginger. Wheat and eggs impart a flavor that's missing when you don't use them. When you add spices it's less obvious.
  4. What a great recipe, thanks, I will make it this weekend for sure Daisey
  5. Hello, can anyone help me?? I am trying to find a cookie recipe, or anything dessert like e.g cake, that does not contain EGGS, DAIRY of GLUTEN. Thanks
  6. Hang in there, I had severe D for about 2 years after being diagnosed. It turns out that I have many allergies I was unaware of, eggs, dairy, red beans, white beans and a few others. Perhaps get an allergy test now and again in a few months. You are not alone, my thoughts are with you. Also, make sure you have your own toaster!!!!!!! Daisey
  7. I love Lakefield Bakery. Their pizza crust is the best, their bread is delicious and egg free...Check it out. You won't be disappointed
  8. [Welcome, I am Canadian also (Toronto). Double check the caramel issue. I believe diet coke is o.k because caramel in Canada/U.S is gluten free or must be labelled with gluten if it is in the product. Let us know how it goes. quote name='Rachiebaby' date='Dec 4 2006, 08:22 PM' post='242493'] I noticed this thread hasn't actually been posted for a while but I thought I would say hi anyways. I'm from Saskatchewan, Canada and I was just diagnosed this morning with Celiac Disease. I was online doing a bit of research (I won't be seeing a nutritionist for at least three months unless I admit myself into the hospital, and that just ain't gonna happen) to see what I can do for myself, what to avoid and so on, when I came across this site. It's been very informative and has helped with how incredibly overwhelmed I feel at the moment. I was out shopping with my mom this afternoon trying to find some food that I can eat, and it just become so clear to me how different my life has to be from now on. I'm an admitted Diet Coke junkie and I've read a few posts about how Diet Coke has gluten in the caramel coloring..yikes! Such a lifestyle adjustment. Anyways, good to say hi. Talk to you all later!
  9. I am so sorry that that happened to you. I have had the same intense pain. Sometimes when the pain is so intense, an antispasmotic, or a tranquilizer like ativan may help. Check with your M.D. Recently, I was so sick with d and vomiting that I gave myself a hernia!!!!!!!! quote name='Electra' date='Dec 1 2006, 06:16 PM' post='241493'] Well I ate Ritz Crackers again trying to get a reaction because I had my nerve test scheduled today and I NEVER got to have the test. I had to call the ambulance from the dr's office parking lot because I thought I was dying. The pain in the upper part of my stomach was so unreal that I could barely breath! I was transported by ambulance to the hospital. Directly before the attack started I went to the bathroom and it was (as usual) extremely soft. Then the stomach pain begun and I still can feel like twitching and muscle movement down my vaginal cavity and my colan!! Anyone else ever have "SEVERE" abdominal pain with Celiac?
  10. Hi there, I am always freezing. I sleep with a heating pad every night. I know it sounds nuts, but I am truly cold. My thyroid is fine. I have always been cold, but after going gluten free--it is even worse. Sometimes in July and August I have to wear a sweater!!!!!! So Shawn, bundle up, baby, it's cold outside.