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mamaw

Member Since 10 Oct 2004
Offline Last Active Today, 06:03 AM
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In Topic: Sub Sandwiches

Today, 06:03 AM

I too have used Schar...several bakeries now sell them.... for a recipe I have used recipes from betterbatter or Nicole hunn from her bread cookbook....both were very good...I'm loving the pinterest gluten-free , so much to choose from... it can take several hours of my time as there are so many recipes...

In Topic: Lindt Lindor Chocolate And Barley Malt Ugh!

19 December 2014 - 07:58 PM

I just  found  out  See's  candy shoppe  is  all gluten-free  now.....I make  the  cookie/candy  turkeys  for  thanksgiving  &  needed  a  replacement  for  the  malted candy   that   is  used  for  gluten eaters & I found  the  perfect  size  ball  at  See's.....


In Topic: Yeast Bread Baking Question

19 December 2014 - 01:29 PM

I would  use  a  gluten free  flour  blend  like  cup4cup  , better batter,  or  King  Arthur flour blend....&  make  as  recipe  states.. Just  change  out the  flour... you also  could  google  the  recipe  using  gluten-free  Swedish Tea Ring.... I bet  you  would  find  one  esp. on Pinterest gluten-free..... I have  seen  gluten-free  bloggers also  baking  things  like  this.... good luck...

 

 

I just  did a  quick  search  on google  for  gluten-free Swedish tea  ring &  there  are  at  least  5- recipes  that  are gluten-free  & probably more.. Look  them over  &  maybe  you will even  find  the one  you  have  only gluten-free!  I'm on my  way  out the  door  so  I  don't  have  time  to  link you to them....


In Topic: Lindt Lindor Chocolate And Barley Malt Ugh!

19 December 2014 - 04:57 AM

me too, I  used to  love  Lindt chocolates....


In Topic: Traveling.......

17 December 2014 - 01:14 PM

gluten free  registry,  gluten free roads,find  me gluten free to name a  few....chick-fi -la  , Wendy's,  red robin, arby's , burger  king, chipotle, five  guys,  to name a few  fast food  joints......that  have a gluten-free  menu.... we  use the  first  two .....

I  suggest that  you  carry  along  a gluten-free  goodie  bag  for  a just in  case scenario...

many  motels  have  the  fast  breakfast  bar,  take  your  own  cereal, bread  ,  muffin  &  a  toasta  bag  so  you  could  have  breakfast  their.. they usually  have  yogurt, fruit, jellies, cream cheese   that  you can use... We  take  instant  gluten-free  oatmeal, cereal  &  a  variety  of  gluten-free  bread  items plus  the toasta  bag.... plus if  you  have  a gluten-free  bread  or  bun  you  can go to a deli &  buy a  slice  of  cheese  & a few slices  of a gluten-free  deli meat  for  a  lunch  .....anything  you  can put  in a microwave  gluten-free  is  a good  idea  as  many times  a micro  is  in  room  or  where  you  stop  for  gas  usually  has  one.....just  make  sure   its  clean  to  heat  up  your  food  which  would  anyway  be  in a  container  or in a  toasta  bag.... 

A goodie  bag  can be  jerky,  veggies, fruits,  snacks, canned  tuna , canned salmon,candy, nuts,  rice  cakes with  peanut  butter, dinty moore  beef  stew   ( which can be  eaten  cold)applesauce  pouches, crackers, hummus, cheese.... one  never  knows  when  traveling  on the  highway when  they  can easily become  stranded  for one  reason or  another... 

Be Prepared alsways  is  my best  advice.....