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LisaP

Member Since 07 Mar 2004
Offline Last Active Oct 12 2005 05:50 PM
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In Topic: Norway

05 October 2005 - 04:22 PM

Thanks for the response. I leave tomorrow and am very excited. I did my research on wheat starch and from what I have read, I have no issue with it. Usually, the US is behind Europe concerning what is acceptable for a gluten free diet.

I asked another Celiac who has a daughter who lives in Norway and she says she eats the gluten free breads provided by the hotel, burgers, and pizza and had no reaction......and she is the leader of our GIG group and very informed about Celiac.

I made my gluten free request with American Airlines and have my "stash" just in case they mess up, so I will be just fine.

My husband is already in Oslo and I cannot wait to join him.

Thanks for your input!

In Topic: Legoland In Ca

15 June 2005 - 07:07 PM

Thanks Stephanie. I'll keep an eye out for Mimi's.

In Topic: La Madeline

15 June 2005 - 07:04 PM

Thanks for the info. I will go tomorrow and check out the tomato basil soup and order a salad with salmon and bring my own dressing. I'll report in tomorrow night! Thanks for all the help.

In Topic: La Madeline

14 June 2005 - 07:28 PM

Thanks. Was the salmon in the salad or is that another entree all together? I'm can bring my own dressing that is a no brainer. We just always have one person who wants to eat here and I always decline. Maybe I'll give it a try next time.
Thx for the help.

In Topic: Please Recommend A Bread Machine

18 February 2005 - 07:34 PM

I bought one right after I was diagnosed and I bought the "best" I could find. I bought my from the Gluten Free Pantry. I got the #275 Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme Bread Machine Model X-20. It is fantastic. I have used it for a year. The trick is that this machine lets you set the number and time of the rise cycles. Gluten bread rises 3x. Gluten Free bread only needs to rise once. It's fabulous. It is pretty expensive, but since I use it atleast once a month, it is worth it. I also mix pizza dough and other doughs in it, take them out, shape and bake in the regular oven. It's great. I highly recommend it. It came with a whole bunch of gluten free baking tips and recipes.

Not sure about avoiding all the allergens you have to watch out for, but the Gluten Free Pantry makes a pretty good cookie too. Check out their mixes. ;)