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RacerX35

Member Since 30 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 12 2012 04:23 PM
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#748447 New To Gluten Free. Advice And Serviving Thanksgiving

Posted by RacerX35 on 17 November 2011 - 01:05 PM

Here, I am cut & pasting from the other thread. This is the comment I made there. :D


At our first Thanksgiving gluten free. My wife toasted some gluten free bread and we made a home made stuffing. Of course with the size of our family coming over, we usually have 2 turkeys and 1 ham. One turkey was "normal" (you have to remember as well, that when the turkey is being basted, there is gluten from the stuffing just soaking in the turkey juices) and the other was gluten free. Everybody that tried the gluten free one said that they didn't really taste a difference. My mother also cooked up a very good gluten free gravy for me! At my age and still spoiled by mommy :D . I had a niece that made a gluten free cake and my wife and I found some gluten free crusts for a pumkin pie and an apple pie. If you get the support, then Thanksgiving is just as fun as it always has been.

Good luck!

Ray
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#748415 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Posted by RacerX35 on 17 November 2011 - 11:11 AM

At our first Thanksgiving gluten free. My wife toasted some gluten free bread and we made a home made stuffing. Of course with the size of our family coming over, we usually have 2 turkeys and 1 ham. One turkey was "normal" ( you have to remember as well that when the turkey is being basted, there is gluten from the stuffing just soaking in the turkey juices) and the other was gluten free. Everybody that tried the gluten free one said that they didn't really taste a difference. I had a niece that made a gluten free cake and my wife and I found some gluten free crusts for a pumkin pie and an apple pie. If you get the support, then Thanksgiving is just as fun as it always has been.

Good luck!

Ray
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#721854 If You Were Offered $100K To Eat A Piece Of Bread/cake/scroll/croissant...

Posted by RacerX35 on 10 August 2011 - 10:23 AM

For $10-1000K? I could possibly stand the (at least) day and a half of seizures. Then the couple of days of recovery would be pushing it. For $150? No! I'm not trying to bragg or boast about anything, but I make $150 in four hours at work and hopefully even less time after my annual review. So,,, $10-100K, maybe. $150,,,,,,, no, not worth my time. :D


Later!

Ray
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#714410 What Good Things Have Happened To You Since Being Gluten Free

Posted by RacerX35 on 05 July 2011 - 03:35 PM

Quick response to this. I have much less siezure activity :lol: . Makes me less moody and as stated by others, have a clearer head.

Later,

Ray
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