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Tonight had my grilled chicken wraps again (grilled chicken, chedder, avacado and horseradish mustard). Made a side of quinoa salad with celery, snap peas, cherry tomatoes, green pepper, mozzarella cheese and the juice of one lime. Man that was good.
1/3 cup gluten free flour ( I buy the namaste premade mix)
1/3 cup almond flour
1/3 cup quinoa flour
2 tbls. baking powder
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. xanthem gum
4 tbls. sugar 1/2 brown 1/2 white
2 tbls. oil
1tbs. vanilla extract
about 1 cup of milk give or take depending on consistency
I am self diagnosed. My mother figured out my gluten intolerance when I was about 10 months old. At 6 months I was starting to eat solid foods and my health went down hill. I lost weight and looked sick. This was 31 years ago and I guess the doctors weren't as aware of gluten intolerance as they are know because they had no idea. my mother said she figured it out when she was chewing on a piece of wheat and it burned her mouth so she put me on a gluten free diet. My health rebounded and the rest is history. The most testing I had done was a blood test but I was, and had been, on a gluten free diet so of course it came out negative. As a kid I would from time to time cheat on my diet and would pay for it. I Like my diet, I work construction and have plenty of energy and am plenty strong. My brother went on a gluten free diet a few years ago also and I believe my 22 month old son is also gluten intolerant and lactose intolerant. I have a five year old daughter and she seems to be fine.
not at all. keep the posts coming you have some great recipes/ideas. actually made the soup tonight I i got hungry while I was making the stock so I made a chicken sandwich with the leftovers- chicken,piece of bacon,swiss,avacado and mustard.