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Gluten Free Cooking School.
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So there is this website that I have signed up for and started getting emails from to help me learn to cook gluten free. I have been reading them, not yet tried them, is there anyone here that gets them, and does this lady know what she is talking about?

My mother is a baker and I would love to sit down with her and make gluten free bread, since she has been gluten free for ten years and still never tried making gluten-free bread. Some of the recipes dont seem so bad. "She" also is selling her cook books and other things that right now I have no interest in but I think that maybe my mother might be.

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I didn't sign up for the emails, but I found some info. from that site helpful, and I did find a flat bread recipe there that's a winner!

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I didn't sign up for the emails, but I found some info. from that site helpful, and I did find a flat bread recipe there that's a winner!

Uh, you guys gonna keep talking in code? Give a girl a hint!

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I can't imagine myself spending good money on a gluten-free cooking school...so many recipes just need a substitution or two and for baked goods there are many gluten-free blogs and recipe sites. But then I've been cooking *forever*. I did invest in a few gluten-free cookbooks (mainly for baking and especially bread, which has been elusive for many of us starting out)

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The Betty Crocker Site also has gluten free baking recipes. Be well.

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I can't imagine myself spending good money on a gluten-free cooking school...so many recipes just need a substitution or two and for baked goods there are many gluten-free blogs and recipe sites. But then I've been cooking *forever*. I did invest in a few gluten-free cookbooks (mainly for baking and especially bread, which has been elusive for many of us starting out)

I havent spent the money on it yet the emails are free, the books are online but cost around 20 bucks. She also has several recipes online.

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