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New In Beijing And To Gluten Free! Please Help!


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#1 kckilpat

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Posted 04 January 2011 - 01:09 AM

Hello,
I only found out that I was gluten and lactose intolerant 2 months before moving to China. Right when I start getting comfortable with what I can eat, we move to a place that has a limited selection of gluten free items. I have found one place that makes gluten free bread here and it was inedible (and thats being kind). I don't have an oven, so I am thinking of buying a bread maker and a gluten free baking cookbook. I feel like I might have to order a bread maker from Amazon and have it shipped here...because I want the instructions and machine to be in English. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you -Katharine
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#2 Dixiebell

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Posted 04 January 2011 - 07:37 AM

Welcome kckilpat!
This site has a recipe for making bread in a crock pot.
http://crockpot365.b...d-baked-in.html
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Started on this journey w/ my 9 yr old son after a bout w/ the flu in the fall of 2009.
2 neg celiac blood tests, mine was also neg. No endo done. Son had x-ray, showing severe constipation. Son has latex allergy. KP for both of us.
Long family history of bowel problems, auto-immune and all sorts of cancers. My G-mother informed me that she was put on a gluten free diet after she had my mom (1950's), of course she stopped when she felt better. She has had problems ever since I can remember.
So here we are! I do have my son's Dr to thank for even bringing up celiac! Thank You Dr.B!
My adult daughter also has been helped by eating gluten-free.

#3 beefree11

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Posted 04 January 2011 - 10:47 AM

Welcome kckilpat from me, too! (I am new here as well, but for my daughter who is gluten intolerant :))

I like dixiebell's suggestion and Thank You to dixiebell. I am going to take a look at that recipe as well.
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 06:51 PM

Welcome kckilpat from me, too! (I am new here as well, but for my daughter who is gluten intolerant :))

I like dixiebell's suggestion and Thank You to dixiebell. I am going to take a look at that recipe as well.


Thank you to both of you, I will check that recipe out. Befree11, welcome to Beijing. I am always looking to make new friends, email me if you would like to meet up. kckilpatrick@gmx.com
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Posted 05 January 2011 - 06:53 PM

Welcome kckilpat!
This site has a recipe for making bread in a crock pot.
http://crockpot365.b...d-baked-in.html


I just tried the link and unfortunately because its connected to blogspot, its blocked in China. Anyway you could post the info here again?
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#6 Dixiebell

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 05:48 AM

--one box of 365 Gluten Free Sandwich Bread Mix (Whole Foods)

--the stuff the box tells you to use---warm water, butter, eggs, enclosed yeast packet

The Directions.

--prepare dough according to the instructions on the box for oven-method.
(I always use hot water with gluten-free baking. The boxes say luke-warm, but I use hot.)

--spray a loaf pan with cooking spray, dump in batter

--put the loaf pan into a 6qt oval crockpot--you don't need to wait for rising time, it will rise in the crock

--prop the lid ajar with a chopstick or spoon

--cover and cook on high for 2-5 hours. This loaf was done right around 3 3/4 hours.

--remove from pan; let cool before slicing


She has a couple of books too: Stephanie O'Dea- Make it Fast, Cook it Slow and more Make it Fast, Cook it Slow
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Started on this journey w/ my 9 yr old son after a bout w/ the flu in the fall of 2009.
2 neg celiac blood tests, mine was also neg. No endo done. Son had x-ray, showing severe constipation. Son has latex allergy. KP for both of us.
Long family history of bowel problems, auto-immune and all sorts of cancers. My G-mother informed me that she was put on a gluten free diet after she had my mom (1950's), of course she stopped when she felt better. She has had problems ever since I can remember.
So here we are! I do have my son's Dr to thank for even bringing up celiac! Thank You Dr.B!
My adult daughter also has been helped by eating gluten-free.

#7 etta694

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Posted 03 March 2011 - 06:59 PM

This one has a gluten free setting. Cuisinart CBK-200 2-Lb Convection Automatic Bread Maker. I make bread from scratch.. my machine (Black and Decker) is ancient and kinda busted.
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Anemia and IBS through my life
2005 Joint pain, exhaustion, general feeling of not being well 2006 Beginning of testing for everything but Celiac 2008 Bloating, more muscle stiffness, feeling sicker, more exhausted-testing 'normal' 2010 March insides begin to shut down, cough that won't go away 2010 June Colonoscopy, Endoscopy, biopsy - all show no problems
Self diagnosed gluten intolerant - went gluten free. Within 3 days feeling better.
After 5 days - insides began to move
Now - feel better than I have felt for 15 years (except when I gluten myself.. which I'm good at)

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Posted 17 October 2011 - 05:57 PM

:) http://www.(Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned)/Gluten-Free-Kitchen-Delicious-Recipes-Intolerance/dp/0761522727/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1318902803&sr=8-2

i started with this book
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for chips this list will help

http://www.fritolay....ngredients.html

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that book has good recipes in it trust me

and heres my fav gluten-free store too

http://www.celiac.com/glutenfreemall/

im glad to help you.

your welcome.





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#9 Lawrence

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 08:52 AM

Try to have a gluten-free card in Mandarin with you wherever you go, even if you speak Mandarin because explaining gluten-free will be very difficult.
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