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  1. Thanks for sharing is sounds like a great idea.
  2. Have you tried any of the IWISA brands like the Samp and the Cornmeal? The samp is white corn kernels. You can follow up with Premier Foods in South Africa re their IWISA brand and ask them to confirm if it is gluten free. See details below in South Africa. They distribute across Africa Premier Foods Head Office: Telephone: (011) 565 4300 Physical Address: 1 Joist Street, Isando, 1609 24 HR Consumer Services Team Telephone: 0860 122 300 Social Responsibility: social@premierfoods.com If you prefer to contact us via e-mail, please forward all company related queries to: secretary@premierfoods.com Please forward any website related queries and/or suggestions to: webmaster@premierfoods.com You can also try sorghum porridge the Maltabella by Bokomo I emailed them a couple of years ago and they confirmed via email that it is gluten free. It is another South African product and I know it is available across most of Africa. I buy it from the South African Deli in Oz. There is a corn flour/ mielieblom by the name of Maizena by Bokomo email them and ask them to confirm if it is gluten free. http://www.bokomo.co.za/ If you google some of traditional South African Cornbread recipes you will find that many of them are naturally gluten free. You can also try and get hold of Biltong & Droewors it is usually gluten free you need to always confirm ingredients. I buy it in Oz from the Stanley street butcher and really enjoy it. Def of Biltong http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biltong Def of Droewors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dro%C3%AB_wors
  3. You could possibly also have a look at Jean Duane she has a video on making Gluten-free Casein-free Kids' meals http://www.alternativecook.com/dvddetail.cfm?dvdid=15 I have her bake deliciously gluten free & dairy free cookbook and have been very happy with the results. I have yet to buy the Kids' meals video.
  4. We cook heaps of Indian & Sri Lankan, Balinese, Thai and Vietnamese, Middle Eastern etc meals. A number of the recipes are naturally gluten & dairy free and also very child friendly. Have a look via google you will be amazed. We also cow dairy, gluten, yeast, preservative free etc in our house. I tend to replace dairy in recipes with stock, nut milk, coconut milk or pear juice depending on the recipe. I
  5. I buy old time bakery organic gluten free wraps www.oldtimebakery.com.au it is a flat bread and then spread it with garlic dip by Mon Jay Mezza www. Mjmezza.com.au Sprinkle with sea salt and rosemary. Grill in the oven till crisp. You can also sprinkle it with sheep
  6. Uma have you tried http://www.toplisstarts.com.au/ gluten free range we tried some of their products when we went to the Emundi market ? They not available in NSW yet but are in Queensland and they Sunshine Coast based. Their products are excellent I wish they would could sell them main stream.
  7. Have you tried Allergy-Free Desserts: Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free,Soy-free and Nut-free Delights by Elizabeth Gordon ?See Link http://www.(Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned)/Allergy-Free-Desserts-Gluten-free-Dairy-free-Egg-free/dp/0470448466. Got the book recently and been very happy with the results.
  8. I have KitchenAid Mixer and blender use them both heaps. I use my Magimix http://www.magimix.com/index.php?lg=100for anything that needs to be chopped or grated it like an extra pair of hands in the kitchen. I also use a Sumeet for all spice grinding http://www.sumeet.net/Models/ModelsNew.htm as I cook heaps of Indian & Sri Lankan recipes etc. I also use it to grind small amounts of gluten free grains or sugar etc. I would start with the Mixer and then save for the rest.
  9. A friend and I made this for us over New Year
  10. We made a cupcake caterpillar birthday cake. We used one large cupcake as the head and then used smaller cupcakes to make the body. We decorated the cupcakes with dairy free butter icing and natural food colouring from Hullaballoo food www.hullabaloofood.com and natural colour sprinkles. We also used colourful pipecleaners cut in half for legs and made two antennae with yellow pompoms on the end, we made a mini pipecleaner with a pompom on as a tail. For eyes, we bought some toy eyes at Lincraft. We used the pipecleaners to make a smile as well. The kids loved the cake. Each child got two mini cupcakes. The cake was a great success. I hope this idea could possibly help someone else. The cake had to be free from dairy, gluten, nuts, soy, preservatives and all commercial food colourants. The only food colours we could use were from natural plant extracts. The Hullabaloo food colours worked well. The colours weren
  11. Have you tried the Naturis Organic Gluten free Buckwheat loaf? We really like it. I buy about 6 loaves a week and then just repackage them into 4 slices in a zip log and freeze them. We toast them before we have them. You can buy the bread at Franklins or Harris Farmers . I don
  12. You could try www.mindd.org or google Dr Joachim Fluhrer in NSW in Avalon. If he can't help he will very likely know who does.
  13. We make a Cape Malay Tasty Mince Dish ,just freeze it in portion sizes and take it to work for lunch. Cape Malay tasty mince dish Preheat oven to 180C 1) Chop 9 large onions finely in your Magimix, and push 6-8 garlic cloves (I prefer 8) through a garlic press and fry up together in a little olive oil. Fry until the onions are glassy. Add 3 teaspoons of ground turmeric, gluten free curry power and ground garam masala. 2) Remove the onions from the heat and cook 3kg of mince till it
  14. Have you considered using the orgran gluten free all purpose flour www.orgran.com I replace it cup for cup with my old non gluten free recipes and it works wonderfully. In some instances I decrease the fluid just a little.
  15. Sorry it should read add 2 ( castor sugar and water mixture) to 1 (almond mixture) together they become point 3