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IrishHeart

Member Since 26 Jan 2011
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In Topic: 1St Holiday Season After Dx - How Did You Feel/do/cope?

09 October 2014 - 04:12 AM

I suggested using flour because most people already have G F flour in the house for baking pies and rolls. It probably won't be much of an added expense. 

 

A bit of flour and butter whisked into a roux is then added to the hot drippings and hot stock and honestly, that has never caused any clumping in the gravy I have made for over 30 years. ( all -purpose G F Flour now or Gold Medal back in the day) 

 

But, all cooks have their preferences.  ^_^


In Topic: 1St Holiday Season After Dx - How Did You Feel/do/cope?

08 October 2014 - 03:34 PM

This is so incredibly helpful and positive, thank you!  I'm coming up on my first holiday season after diagnosis.  I've been dreading it, but this really helps!  I'm off to look up other holiday posts on here.

Thanks for the recipes, too!

 

You bet. hon! Any recipes you have traditionally used can be converted. google away! ;)


In Topic: 1St Holiday Season After Dx - How Did You Feel/do/cope?

07 October 2014 - 02:58 PM

This is an awesome plan Irish! I'm planning on copying it this Thanksgiving!

 

I should note that we also made whipped potatoes and they were fabulous with the gravy I made from her pan drippings and my G F flour. 


In Topic: 1St Holiday Season After Dx - How Did You Feel/do/cope?

06 October 2014 - 05:17 PM

What great information. Thank you so much for this. 

 

 

You're welcome! ;)
 


In Topic: Could Your Retainer Be Preventing Healing? Yes.

16 September 2014 - 02:13 PM

 I recognise that our daughter's allergic/celiac reaction could have been to any ingredient in that plastic.

 

Good. I am glad you recognize that fact because 

not everything that happens to us, our children and families is because of gluten.

 

Having OTHER allergies/intolerances  opens a door to so many other things that may have caused a "reaction".

 

I know, I have other food intolerances and mast cell issues. 

 

I am sorry your wee one is not feeling well, but the science speaks volumes. And Dilettantesteph would be the first to agree that the science is important.