So in my small northern Idaho town, there is a GREAT pizza joint, Garlic Jim's,that offers gluten-free pizza! I don't know about cross contamination yet but it was SO great!! Plus it's only $3 more for a gluten-free crust. So excited. But I also found a pizza crust recipe that my family and I LOVE. Good times!
The Cake mix Doctor is great but....
Has anyone found a way to make a "yellow" dry mix in place of the cake mixes this book recommends? I used to bake and decorate really fancy cakes for all my family members Birthday parties and wanted to keep it up and I LOVE the recipes in the book but don't want to buy boxes and boxes of GR cake mixes, it's too expensive. Just wondering if anyone has done that before. I know she also uses chocolate cake mixes too. Is there some science to it that makes an individualized yellow and chocolate cake mix in bulk that would work well for this book?
Just curious on how many people have tried this? I had some treatments done for Vitamin C and seasonal allergies and it has worked perfectly. Now I am just thinking it over as to whether to do it for my Wheat/Gluten allergy. The Dr. I saw for it says that severe allergies may need to be done up to 3 times to make sure that the treatment stays but I was just curious as to who has tried this avenue before.
So I have a lot of family that is intolerant of Gluten and so I thought I'd give it a try to see any changes. I lost weight so fast in the first week that I cut it out, so I think my body actually likes me better for not eating it. I am already very much into healthy foods and lifestyle so when I jump into something I go all out and just get rid of things in my house.Now the only problem is.....What is the best? We are on such a tight budget that I really can't afford to experiment too much and waste what I buy. What are the best blends of gluten-free flours? I have seen so many. What are some of the best cookbooks to check out to begin to learn how to gluten-free myself and my family? Need some tips. I have read a lot on here already so I've heard what kind of rice flour is best and what to do to help make things less "grainy" but I am looking for things I can make my kids for snacks and such. They are 3,6 and 8 and pretty picky.We do eat tons of fresh veggies and fruits and we hunt for our own meat so we do plenty of that, I am looking for great cracker recipes, things like that. I don't necessarily want sugar/sweet snacks though. We also don't do dairy if we can help it and try to stay away from soy because I have 2 sons and I know that too much can be bad for them. So really, cookbook suggestions or website/blog suggestions and a great gluten-free flour base that will help me transition over to this life style would be such a tremendous help!! Anyone have a review on the brand Gift of Nature, All Purpose Flour Blend, Gluten Free? Thanks SO much!!