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Member Since 06 Aug 2004
Offline Last Active May 14 2006 05:25 AM

Topics I've Started

Italian Pastas Vs. Tinkyada

14 September 2005 - 10:26 PM

Anyone ever matched Tinkyada (my fav and a lot of other folks favorite here on the boards) against a gluten-free pasta/spaghetti made in Italy?.....called Senza Glutine, (I think that's what it's called... but correct me if I'm wrong)

I have a friend going to Italy soon and I want to know if it's worth trying to convince her to bring me back some of their gluten-free pasta.

Thanks so much,


Manna From Anna

14 September 2005 - 10:17 PM

Anyone of you great bakers out there ever tried to duplicate (to some extent) the Manna from Anna bread?

Just curious...........I don't know what they do...but that stuff is sure good. I can't tell the difference between the DF and the non-DF.

Also, anyone ever tried using Montino flour, which is in Manna from Anna, in your baking? If so, how much and in what did you use it? It looks interesting and gives a nutty flavor.

Thanks so much,


(and Catfish, if you read this........I am so SOLD on your bread recipe--thanks again for posting it)

Looking For A Flatbread Recipe That Travels Well.

31 May 2005 - 10:47 PM

Not sure if this should have been in the travel section but this seemed the more logical place. I'm going to be gone for 2 weeks and won't be near, that I know of, to many health food stores, that I can pick up a loaf of gluten-free bread from, and even then keeping it refrigerated would be a problem.

I've considered trying to take a loaf of Mana from Anna or other homemade bread in my suitcase hoping it would last a while, say a week but don't know if it will work. (If anyone else has tried, please let me know how it held up, other than just getting really stale.)

Soo, my thinking is to take some flatbread (besides gluten-free crackers)..a flatbread I can make at home. (Sorry, but I'm not crazy about any of the recipes listed here on this site for flatbread.) Does anyone have a tried and true, travel friendly recipe they could share?

Thanks a million, as usual, to all the great help and recipes I've gotten from all of you!!!


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