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Mateto

Member Since 04 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 06 2012 10:14 AM
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Topics I've Started

Here We Go Again!

24 July 2012 - 12:37 PM

Well, you all may remember the story about my mother's friend.

WELL, he cooked today. He seasoned my steak with seasoning that CLEARLY, in BIG LETTERS had written "MAY CONTAIN WHEAT, SULPHITES, NOT SUITABLE FOR COELIACS".
If you looked at the bottle, you'd see THAT before you'd see the label.

I explained it to him. He said he only put a little on.

Yeah, and I'd only give half a peanut to someone with an allergy.
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Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Flour

23 July 2012 - 12:26 PM

I bought Bob's Red Mill All-Purpose flour a few weeks ago, because it was on sale. I made some chocolate-chip "clumps" with them, and me with a major sweet tooth, had to try some of the batter. I tasted a strange, very RAW taste. What is it coming from, do you know? The flour is mostly comprised of bean flours...though there IS potato starch and tapioca flour.

Walking Through The Flour Aisle...

24 June 2012 - 06:36 PM

Does anyone here get sick when they walk through the baking aisle in their grocery store? One that contains the flour? I did today, it's the only thing I can think I've done today.


I've been "glutened" again, and I'm trying to figure out WHY. It's the only thing I've done differently....while looking for chocolate chips.

"de-Glutinated" Wheat...

17 June 2012 - 05:29 PM

Today I read of de-glutinated wheat. It's used in many gluten-free foods in Austria, and other places in Europe and Canada!

I know "de-glutinated" would mean without gluten, but, how could wheat be without gluten, and is it safe for the gluten intolerant and coeliac?

Explaining "it" To Family...

17 June 2012 - 05:25 PM

So I'm going to be staying with my GREAT grandmother soon for a weekend, to keep her company. As you might imagine, she's up in the numbers but she's not "old". However, I don't really know how I will explain this coeliacs to her! I don't think "I can't eat barley, wheat, rye or triticale" will work. My family grew up believing that wheat and barley are the best things you could ever put into your mouth, next to a strong cuppa tea and an apple.