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Gwendolene

Member Since 25 Jun 2005
Offline Last Active Jun 03 2007 01:25 PM
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In Topic: Croissants

21 March 2007 - 03:36 PM

Sweet!!!! Thanks!!

Do you know if there is a way to make this work dairy-free or would that be pushing the envelope a little too far? :blink:

In Topic: Any Suggestions On Cookbooks?

21 March 2007 - 10:19 AM

For those who might be interested in ethnic recipes, Nancy Baker has written a recipe book called Globally Gluten Free where she collected recipes from around the world in her capacity as a wife to a diplomat. She just released a second edition and I believe you can even get in electronically (as an e-book) for $10, or in print form.

I've tried some of the recipes and look forward to trying more, in particular her croissant recipe which looks complicated but sounds promising enough to be worth the effort.

http://www.theceliac...gluten-free.php


Has anyone tried the croissant recipe? Would it be worth buying the book for?

In Topic: Communion

19 March 2007 - 02:17 AM

Hi-

In regards to the original post. I am also Lutheran (ELCA) and my church has wheat-free (they are also corn-free & dairy-free) wafers available at each service.

I was really stressed regarding what to do about this, also, and even avoided going to church a bit. Then I finally decided to go again, and I was just planning to skip communion. Low & behold, the bulletin announced they were now offering wheat-free wafers. I was so touched by that.



Sorry it took me so long to reply back, I've been having technical difficulties. Thanks for all your support! Actually, I was playing phone tag with my pastor for a few weeks, but never actually said anything about gluten yet. Then I came to church and he announced they had gluten-free wafers now. I cried. It was like a mini-miracle. God knew exactly what I needed :D

In Topic: gluten-free & Soy Free Chocolate Bars And Donuts?

12 September 2006 - 05:32 PM

Thank you so much for the replies, I will try those! :)

In Topic: Hot Chocolate

09 September 2006 - 04:43 AM

I highly recomend Dagoba hot chocolate. And if you've ever seen the movie Chocolat then you HAVE to try the xchocolatl flavor! The best thing is there is no dairy added!