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#1 Ginsou

 
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Posted 05 May 2012 - 10:53 AM

While browsing today I discovered a wonderful website that has tons of allergy friendly cost cutting recipes. I'm gluten, soy, lactose, intolerant and have been purchasing So Delicious coconut milk and both my husband and I have been drinking it quite often. A few days ago I gagged at the price of about $5.49 a half gallon and decided that was the last time I would purchase it. I made some rice milk that was just ok....it was a bit thin and I will add less water the next time I make it. I found a coconut milk recipe on this website and noticed a slew of wonderful do-it-yourself allergy free recipes. The website is allergy free recipes

This is the first time I have inserted a link, so I will check after posting this to see if it works correctly!

Yes, it works!Click on recipes.
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Posted 05 May 2012 - 01:16 PM

While browsing today I discovered a wonderful website that has tons of allergy friendly cost cutting recipes. I'm gluten, soy, lactose, intolerant and have been purchasing So Delicious coconut milk and both my husband and I have been drinking it quite often. A few days ago I gagged at the price of about $5.49 a half gallon and decided that was the last time I would purchase it. I made some rice milk that was just ok....it was a bit thin and I will add less water the next time I make it. I found a coconut milk recipe on this website and noticed a slew of wonderful do-it-yourself allergy free recipes. The website is allergy free recipes

This is the first time I have inserted a link, so I will check after posting this to see if it works correctly!

Yes, it works!Click on recipes.

Thank you for sharing this link. I, too, have multiple allergies/intolerances and I am always interested in recipes that give the cook safe options while presenting new ideas and good taste.
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Posted 05 May 2012 - 01:39 PM

Try this site blender Girl. . She compiles recipes every week from other places. She has a lot of Vegan so they would be dairy free. You could see if you like any of the sites she links to. I made the " Megan Lust vegan pizza buns". I used eggs and real cheese but the original recipe is completely vegan using " flax eggs". They were good. M ate the two left- overs for lunch with extra cheese on top!
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