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Gluten, Soy, Rice, Potato, Corn, Nut Free Flour And Foods


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#1 Lucille Vecchiarelli

 
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Posted 27 May 2013 - 10:43 AM

My daughter cannot eat any foods containing gluten, soy, corn, potato, rice, and nuts which severly limits what she can eat.

She also cannot have beef, raw fruits and vegetables.  Are there any flours on the market with which I could make her cakes, muffins, etc.?


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Posted 27 May 2013 - 10:48 AM

What about tapioca? Here's one example. Some of the mixes say to add cheese, but you don't have to.

http://www.chebe.com...urpose-Mix.aspx

This site has a few different ones like millet, sorghum or coconut
http://theholisticch...-explained.html

Bean, pea, buckwheat?
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Posted 27 May 2013 - 11:23 AM

Since you didn't say no dairy or no eggs, these are a great "dinner roll" option. I love them and they aren't something adapted to be gluten free, they are a food that was born gluten free. For warning, egg substitutes absolutely do not work. I have tried several different things as subs, none work because the eggs are what fluff the rolls, they aren't simply a binder. You can use whatever oil makes you happy, I do. http://www.ourbestbi...ao-de-queijo-2/

 

For muffins I would try maybe lentils? I've used lentil flour here and there with success. I don't buy flour, I simply buy lentils and throw them in my food processor. I do the same with millet or quinoa. When recipes call for starch, off the top of my head I'm not sure what other options there are besides tapioca or maybe arrowroot.


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