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My daughter's bestfriend's 1 1/2 daughter was just told she can not have wheat, soy, corn and milk. Other then making her own is there a baking mix out there that she can use. She is not looking forward to this. Her daughter doesn't understand why she now can not have the things she use to be able to have. So any help would be wonderful. Thank you.

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Several. King Arthur gluten-free flour mix comes to mind. I buy it at several grocery stores. They have recipes on their website.

A great site is Living Without, and they have a magazine too.

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Check out the Namaste line of products... Products made in a facility Free of: Gluten, Wheat, Soy, Corn, Potato, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Dairy, Casein...

www.namastefoods.com

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enjoy life brand has cookies, cereal bars, cereals, they are guaranteed top 10 or is it 11 now? Allergen free, we give them to our daughter who is celiac, and has anaphylactic milk and egg allergies and she loves them. The stuff is sweet, so we tend to break it in to portions

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and glutino brand pretzel and bread sticks.....sooooooo good, no-one in our family noticed the difference

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Is she allergic to nuts? Or eggs?

I have found that almond flour and coconut flour works very well. When you bake with these you can actually create things that are light and fluffy or very moist depending on how you use them. They are the 2 best flours I have worked with that don't end up being rock hard and tasting like cardboard. In my experience the potato, rice and soy flours often taste like cardboard or come out rock hard. Corn doesn't, but since she can't have that I think almond flour and coconut flour are your best bets.

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and glutino brand pretzel and bread sticks.....sooooooo good, no-one in our family noticed the difference

I love the Glutino Sesame Pretzel Rings...but I don't buy them often. They are positively addicting.

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Be careful with the pretzels. All of those have soy. There is only one GFSF pretzel I know off, the Wylde brand I believe.

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