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Gluten Like Reaction To Sorghum?

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Posted 16 January 2015 - 08:53 AM

I just tried a bread that used sorghum as one of its ingredients the other day too. It was a trial as well.  Yes it makes a big reaction. ONLY bread made of rice,  coconut flour, almond flour is a safe thing for me. It seems that rice it the ONLY grain I do not have a reaction to and even then, sometimes it does not sit well. I have gotten some great grain free bread recipes from googling grain free bread.

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Posted 19 January 2015 - 06:18 PM

Bit of a thought, try dropping both, getting the individual ingredients by themselves and try using just a teaspoon of one. Might be nasty and bland but would help figure out what it is that is bothering you. It could just be a one uses the offending ingredient in a higher concentration then the others or has something that off sets it. Oddly when you mentioned the udi, KF blend homemade and the other homemade. I thought of something, it might be the yeast. The UDI one is frozen after baking this could lower the yeast effect. I myself can't have any kind of yeast or I get extremely bloated and gassy to the point of visually having a distended gut. Just a thought for helping you through your process of elimination.

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Posted 03 April 2015 - 01:31 AM

Just had a gluten free beer here in the UK called St Peter's Brewery gluten-free and woke up aching all over. It's a sorghum-based beer and it has resulted in a swollen throat and glands. Will not be doing that again. I think my body definitely treated it like gluten. 

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