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Member Since 09 Jul 2004
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Valentines Box Chocolates

22 January 2005 - 01:36 PM

Hello, I know Valentines day is still a few weeks away, but I was curious if anyone knows of any gluten free boxed chocolates? Thanks!


Baking Bread

15 January 2005 - 06:47 AM

Hi everyone,
I think I'm going to give up the baking bread business. The first time I baked a bread it was in the oven, and it came out burnt on the outside, and totally gummy on the inside. The second time, I purchased a breadman that was on sale at target, and used this and it was wwwaay under done. Yesterday, I thought I'd buy a new machine, its a Sunbeam, and was so excited when I took it out and it actually looked done, besides the fact that the crust on the top was not hard at all (you couldn't hear anything if you tapped on it). The heals were fine, but all throughout the rest of the bread was gummy doughy texture. To be honest it looks done even on the inside for the most part besides looking doughy toward the bottom of the loaf.
I was wondering...even though I'm following the measurments exactly for the recipes, maybe if I used less liquid if it would come out more done??Because these breadmachines have no way of programming them to cook longer than the set cycle, and anyhow baking longer would burn my crust...any suggestions?

Thanks, Rachel


11 January 2005 - 10:02 AM

Hello, I have been craving sushi like crazy lately, and have had to many flops trying to make it. So I was curious if anybody knows of a certain restaurant or grocery store that sells gluten free sushi? When I was at Whole Foods, and Safeway, I read the ingredients on the sushi they had there and of course either it had crab meat in it which had wheat starch, or it had soy sauce marinade on the veggies in the sushi. I saw Trader Joes had a veggie sushi that was gluten free, but when I went there I read the ingredients, and it had wheat, and found out its ONLY there east coast stores. Also, I'm kinda nervous about going to a sushi bar where the workers don't speak the best of English, and might confuse my requirements of what I can and can't have...Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!


Taco Time

10 December 2004 - 11:39 AM

Hello Everyone,
I was curious if anyone has had a good experience at taco time? They have no info on their website regarding gluten free items, and I searched the board on here, and found nothing, but people talking about Taco Bell. Thanks!


Ener-g Tapioca Bread

19 November 2004 - 11:01 AM

Hello Everyone,
I got the Tapioca light bread from ener-g, and was surprised when I first opened it and made a pb&j sandwich, that it tasted like white bread, and wasn't as heavy as a brick! But, the next day when I tried toasting it, it absolutely wouldn't toast, and tasted like cardboard. It tasted better the previous day not heated or anything. So then I tried making a sandwich after heating the bread in the microwave, and it tasted a lot like tapioca or I don't know exactly what but had an odd taste and was all crumbly. Has anyone else experienced this bread only tasting good the day you opened the bread?? And also the problem with getting it to toast? Maybe it's only the new light bread's they sell. That sucks that I only get one good sandwich out of the whole loaf for 5 bucks! Thanks for your input...


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