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Martha Stewart Gluten Free Segment
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I was looking the other day at oils trying to decide which would be better and from what I saw both canola and vegetable oil are made of soy. WHAT THE HECK????? Is this true or was I looking at the wrong bottles, thinking I was looking at canola oil?

I wasn't feeling well at the time (brainfog).

-Laurie

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I hope it repeats.

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I never got to see it because I couldn't find it.

Are you telling me that they are so stupid that they did not know that Canola and Rapeseed are the same? They changed the name from Rapeseed in around the 80's to Canola because they thought rapeseed was insulting to women. Sheesh, i grew up in the prairies and I still call it rapeseed.

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I was looking the other day at oils trying to decide which would be better and from what I saw both canola and vegetable oil are made of soy. WHAT THE HECK????? Is this true or was I looking at the wrong bottles, thinking I was looking at canola oil?

I wasn't feeling well at the time (brainfog).

-Laurie

:lol: Canola is deffinately not made from soy.

Anyway, I don't use very much Canola as it tends to bother me. I use either Olive oil or Grapeseed oil.

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I really enjoyed watching someone bake with all those ingredients that I had never seen before.

I'm not much of one to experiment all of my own ...

Do they have something like this on any of the cooking channels ? Marcia

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I never got to see it because I couldn't find it.

Are you telling me that they are so stupid that they did not know that Canola and Rapeseed are the same? They changed the name from Rapeseed in around the 80's to Canola because they thought rapeseed was insulting to women. Sheesh, i grew up in the prairies and I still call it rapeseed.

:lol::lol: You are perfectly right Rusla, I can remember discussing it when they were changing over. My brother-in-law grows the stuff, and we always referred to it as Rapeseed . Beautiful yellow fields of the stuff. They do try and convince us that it has become more refined though :rolleyes:

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Missed the show, will have to check the website.

So, did anyone try those recipes?

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This was on Martha Stewart today, normally I don't care for her show but I had to catch it because they looked so yummy! The girl has a bakery in NYC with nothing but gluten-free & allergy free food in it, could you imagine! She's a fellow celiac.

Cinnamon Toasties

Serves about 10

Note: This recipe is free of wheat, gluten, dairy, nuts, casein, soy, and eggs.

1/2 cup canola oil, plus more for pan

1 cup garbanzo and fava bean flour

1/2 cup potato starch

1/4 cup arrowroot

1 1/4 cups unrefined sugar

2 1/4 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum

2 tablespoons ground cinnamon

1/3 cup store-bought unsweetened applesauce

1. Preheat oven to 325

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This was on Martha Stewart today, normally I don't care for her show but I had to catch it because they looked so yummy! The girl has a bakery in NYC with nothing but gluten-free & allergy free food in it, could you imagine! She's a fellow celiac.

Cinnamon Toasties

Did she say if she has an online store?

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These looked super yummy when they made them, I can't wait to try out the recipe! The bakery is in NYC and is all gluten & allergy free because she's a fellow celiac, I wish we had one of those bakeries here! I just had to share the recipe though!

Makes about 5 dozen mini brownies

Note: This recipe is free of wheat, gluten, dairy, casein, and eggs.

1/2 cup canola oil, plus more for pans

3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons garbanzo and fava bean flour

1/4 cup potato starch

2 tablespoons arrowroot

1 cup unrefined sugar or 10 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons agave nectar

2 1/4 teaspoons baking powder

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

1/2 cup store-bought unsweetened applesauce

2 tablespoons pure vanilla extract

1/2 cup brewed coffee or hot water

2 cups vegan gluten-free chocolate chips, such as Tropical Source

1. Preheat oven to 325

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