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  1. Hi - I tried this, but cannot seem to get into the online group. All I find is a bunch of Top Sites and Sponsored Links
  2. Hi there, I am in Cary, NC. I even asked a friend who shops at Whole Foods to see if she could find it (just in case I'm missing it) and she didn't either I'll try the asian markets this week. Thank you!
  3. Hi all, Okay. I've finally worked up the nerve to start baking instead of buying mixes. I have searched off and on all week for a posting and cannot find it. A group of kind members had posted the types of flour combinations they use to bake breads, muffins, etc. I found lots of info except one vital tidbit. What is the brand name of glutinous (sp?) or sweet rice flour folks use and know is gluten-free? I ask because I cannot get this flour at Whole Foods and wanted to try the Asian markets, but want to make sure it's not flour produced on the same line as wheat... I'm also willing to order online at this point since I worked up the nerve two weeks ago but still haven't found the flour. Thanks to all the knowledgeable out there. If I could send the hugs of gratitude I have for all your previous posts, patience, and help, I'd fill up your inboxes! PS I read in a recipe book that sorghum (jowar) flour can be subbed for wheat flour w/o anything else - anyone try this (still need to find that flour too
  4. I've been searching the posts and online, and cannot find it anywhere. The chef at Biaggi's said this is the brand he uses (it's tricolor and fantastic). Please let me know if you know where I can buy this online. They do not carry it locally. And yes, if all else fails, I'll ask him
  5. Does anyone know what all yeast sensitivities means from Great Smokies? I had purchased the Uncheese Cookbook before I realized that almost all recipes call for nutitional yeast. Is nutritional yeast the same as what is referred to on that test? I'm lost!
  6. I think I'm going to be sick. We've had him on soy for over a year now. Actually, almost two years. My God, what if this is what has created his failure to thrive and not gluten?
  7. I'd very much like to see something tangible regarding the issues with soy - my son has been drinking 3 - 6 bottles a day now for 1.5 years and if there is something bad about it - please, please do let me know. And yes - Nilsa - please do tell the name of the cheese!!! Thank you all.
  8. Ordered one of everything (just about) from kinnicknincickicn - you know what I mean Will try Ms. Robsen's too - I think that is funny because someone else recommended Ms Robsen's, I had it up on the web, my machine froze, had to reboot and could not remember the site. Thank you all again!
  9. Tried the chreese - not for me I tried the cheddar type. Will try the alfredo version and let ya'll know. Called Turtle Moutain - thanks for the name (Soy Delicious) and am working on getting it ordered locally. It looks like it will be good (I hope, I hope Going to ask everyone on the board if they eat Toffuti cheeses w/o problems. Thank you all for replies.
  10. For those who equate stem cell with aborted fetuses - PLEASE READ ON. That is not what stem cell research or medicine is about. Stem cells are derived from many sources, including cord cell blood after a baby is born. These are precious cells that can change the lives of thousands on this planet - right now. Consider the argument of playing God. If a person decides it is okay to treat some diseases and not others, that person is indeed playing God. Every time someone has a heart attack and is resuscitated, are we playing God? Does that mean we let someone die who may just need a pacemaker? Every time a peanut allergic child is exposed and is given an epi pen, are we playing God by saving that child's life? Every time someone is stung by a bee and given treatment, are we playing God? If you are hit by a car tomorrow, and paralyzed from the waist down, but they can use stem cells to regenerate the damaged nerves, would you say no? What if you were paralyzed from the neck down? It's easy to play God when it's not you or your children who could be cured of a life-threatening illness, or paralysis, or in my son
  11. Hi, it's a salad dressing and long story short, I've waited 10 days to get the phone number to check with the manufacturer and still don't know. Soybean oil, water, pasteurized cultured milk, corn vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, eggs, corn syrup, vinegar, egg yolks, salt, garlic, anchovies, defatted soy flour, onion, citric acid, sodium banzoate, potassium sorbate, calcium disodium, xanthan gum, sodium inosinate, sodium guanylate, red pepper, caramel color. Thanks all!
  12. Why didn't I think of that!!!! I spent almost an hour last night toasting bread, letting it dry out, running it through the food processor, then baking it to make bread crumbs. (sigh) Live and learn!!!
  13. Does Kinnikinnik ship their items frozen? I want to buy everything in sight, but it will go bad before we can eat all of it. If not, do you buy in bulk and then freeze everything? Thank you!
  14. Hi all, I'd like to buy them at Whole Foods, but their selection is nill. So I'm looking for your favorite brands of Gluten-free Casein-free bagels, english muffins, and pizza crusts. I've tried gluten-free products on my own and whoo! Sometimes I get a good one, and others, not so good So before I go shopping online, spending a whole bunch of $$ on stuff that turns out to be in the not so good pot, I really would like recommendations from those who are in the know. Thanks so much, Robin
  15. PS I just hung up with toffuti, who stated that their products are all casein free, but that they do not guarantee gluten free.