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Member Since 04 Jul 2008
Offline Last Active Sep 22 2008 04:45 PM

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In Topic: Glutinous Rice Flour

22 September 2008 - 04:45 PM

Ahhhhh ... sweet rice and glutinous rice are the same thing then! I went on a mad shopping spree today in an Asian grocery and bought a couple of pounds of sweet rice flour but passed on the glutinous rice flour. I was thinking I needed to go back tomorrow and pick up some glutinous rice flour, but lo and behold ... I already have it! Thanks, folks. I also bought plain rice flour, tapioca starch and sweet potato flour (which I thought would be orange, but it's white). Not sure what to do with the sweet potato flour, but it caught my eye so I bought a couple of pounds.

The flours were less than half of what I've been paying at my local grocery store. I hope there are no safety issues with them ... yikes!

In Topic: Glutinous Rice Flour

22 September 2008 - 01:41 PM

If it has more "gluten-like" properties, why isn't it more commonly used versus plain rice flour? Is there a reason not to always use glutinous rice flour? I'm new to this so I'm still trying to figure what to use. Thanks.

In Topic: "tinny" Taste In Breads

15 September 2008 - 12:38 PM

The breads we've made using bean flour as one of the flours were not good. We like beans, but not bean-flavored bread. The bread I make most often does not have bean flour in it, and it's not a mix. I don't think I noticed bean flour in the pizza crust mix either, but I could have overlooked it. Hmmmm ....

In Topic: Catch Up Growth

15 September 2008 - 09:31 AM

My 3 1/2yo daughter has gained almost 3 lbs since she was diagnosed at the end of June, and I'm finally able to get rid of most of her 24mo-2T clothes. I've never had so much fun clothes shopping in my life!

In Topic: Glutened Or Just Sick? (poo Details Inside)

27 July 2008 - 12:37 PM

All of the Tums are gluten free per their website except 2 of their "smoothie" brands.

Which would be the kind we have. :(