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Member Since 15 Dec 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 23 2011 05:34 PM

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In Topic: What Is A Healthy Oil To Add To Cake Recipes?

19 October 2011 - 06:57 PM

I use canola oil. It is healthier than corn oil and vegetable oil and doesn't add any odd flavors.

In Topic: Reaction To Bananas And Pears?

05 October 2011 - 12:58 PM

It definitely sounds like an allergy. My son has a banana allergy. There are actually two different forms of banana allergies. One causes hives and what most people think of as the typical allergic reaction. The other causes a GI reaction which involves vomiting after exposure. My son has the 2nd form. From what I was told the latex link is a lot more common with the GI reaction. I'd investigate it either way though. FWIW, it does not appear that my son reacts to latex, at least not yet. He's only 10 months old though.

In Topic: Restaurants Near Disneyland gluten-free?

03 October 2011 - 06:51 AM

The Denny's right across the street was awesome too. The manager took my concerns very seriously and personally oversaw the cooking of my meal and delivered herself and told me exactly how they cleaned the grill and what precautions they took. I was seriously impressed by the care she took. They have a list with the allergens in all of their food. It takes a bit to decipher it and it mostly comes down to just eating breakfast, but our experience was so positive there (unexpectedly so) that we went there twice.

In Topic: Bj's Brewery

02 October 2011 - 01:08 PM

Farmers cutting and bundling wheat/barley in a field, putting it into a huge container (i guess to brew beer).Huge. Takes up a 20+ ft. High wall.

Anyway, enough to give some nightmares, I bet.

The BJs near me doesn't have a mural, but the Qdoba does. We go there on occassion. The mural shows women grinding wheat down into flour. And their cups showcase different ingredients and somehow I always end up with the cup with the flour tortillas. It makes my husband and I laugh every time.

In Topic: Gluten/egg/dairy/nut Free Bread

01 October 2011 - 12:45 PM

Yes gluten free, egg free, dairy free, nut free bread does exist. Ener-G bread and maybe Schar's. Ener-G has more added vitamins and mineral content and less salt. As for taste, toast or grill it.
corn tortillas and lettuce make excellent "rolled" sandwichy type snacks.


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