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STINGER

Member Since 21 Sep 2006
Offline Last Active Oct 05 2006 09:34 AM
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In Topic: Wanting A Flavorful Bread For My Friend

04 October 2006 - 12:07 PM

THANK YOU ALL, SHE IS PLANNING, ON GIVING YOUR SUGGESTIONS A TRY, WE DECIDED IF WE BAKE THE BREAD AT HOME, IT WOULD BE BETTER THAN STORE BOUGHT BREAD. SO I THINK SHE WILL PLAN ON TRYING ONE OR TWO MIXES. DO THEY HAVE BANNANA BREAD AND OTHER FLAVORS AS WELL?

In Topic: Help Please (boy I Need A Lot Of It)

23 September 2006 - 09:16 AM

THANK YOU ALL, I APPRECIATE ALL OF THE NICE COMMENTS, AND ALL OF YOUR HELP. I'M JUST PARANOID ABOUT ACCIDENTALLY POISONING HER. AND GEE WE NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT HAVING HER OWN TOASTER AND STUFF LIKE THAT, WE MADE A SPECIAL TRIP TO GET HER OWN KITCHEN IMPLIMENTS, AND BATH PRODUCTS. SHE WAS NONE TOO HAPPY ABOUT THE MAKEUP, AND SHE ISN'T REAL HAPPY ABOUT THE CHANGING LIPSTICK COLORS, SHE HAS GOTTEN PRETTY ATTACHED TO CERTAIN THINGS. BUT WE MADE A JOKE ABOUT IT AND MOVED ON.

In Topic: Anybody From Eastern Ohio , Western Pa Area?

22 September 2006 - 02:21 PM

I'M NOT A CELIAC, BUT I AM HERE FOR MY FRIEND, WE LIVE IN NE OH NEAR THE PA BORDER, ABOUT A HALF HOUR FROM ELLWOOD CITY. SHE WAS DIAGNOSED ALMOST A WEEK AGO, I'VE BEEN IN HERE FOR A FEW DAYS SEARCHING FOR INFORMATION FOR HER AND BUGGING FOLKS WITH ANOYING QUESTIONS. BUT I FIGURE, THE MORE I KNOW, THE EASIER IT WILL BE FOR ME TO HELP HER. I'VE BEEN TAKING NOTES, I KNOW IT SOUNDS REDICULOUS, BUT THIS IS NEW FOR US, AND I'M AFRAID I MAY FORGET STUFF. ALTHOUGH I THINK I KNOW MORE ABOUT THIS THAN HER DOCTORS DO.

In Topic: Help Please (boy I Need A Lot Of It)

22 September 2006 - 10:33 AM

That's great news for your friend! You mentioned something about recipes....honestly, what I do mostly is take old standby recipes and just convert them. ie. someone here posted about using the original toll house recipe to make gluten-free cookies. I also do that--meaning, take a gluten-free flour mix (don't forget the xanthan gum) and sub it 1 for 1 in old recipes. You can make your own gluten-free mix or buy them premixed to sub directly for gluten-flour. Gluten-free pantry and authentic foods and other brands have these mixes.



THANK YOU SO MUCH, I'M SURE WE WILL GET USED TO THIS EVENTUALLY, IT WILL JUST TAKE SOME TIME. I WAS WONDERING WHEN BAKING IF THINGS RISE LIKE THEY DO WITH REGULAR FLOUR, BECAUSE SHE BOUGHT A PANCAKE MIX AND THEY DIDN'T SEEM AS FLUFFY AS THE REGULAR ONES.

In Topic: Help Please (boy I Need A Lot Of It)

22 September 2006 - 09:38 AM

THANK YOU EVERYONE, THIS IS A MOST HELPFUL SITE, I DID PRINT THE LISTS OF THINGS SHE CAN'T HAVE, AND I TOOK IT TO THE STORE WITH ME. SINCE SHE STARTED THE DIET ON MONDAY, SHE HASN'T HAD TO RUN TO THE BATHROOM RIGHT AFTER SHE ATE, THAT HAD GONE ON FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS. I WAS WONDERING WHY IT TAKES DOCTORS SO LONG TO EVEN CONSIDER GLUTEN TO BE A POSSABLE CULPRIT? WHEN I RAN THE SEARCH ON THE WEB MANY SITES CAME UP, SO IT DOESN'T APPEAR TO BE AN UNHEARD OF THING, ESPECIALLY FOR A GASTRO DOC.