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Member Since 22 Feb 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 11 2014 03:43 PM

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In Topic: Ideas For (Relatively) Easy Nut And Dairy Free Xmas Baking

11 December 2014 - 03:42 PM

Do rice krispie treats or use the recipe on the back of the enjoy life chocolate chips for chocolate chip cookies. I also think godairyfree.com has good recipes that can be changed according to diet.  I made the fruit filled oat squares and they were good.  They were a bit crumbly but tasted similar to pop tarts. I substituted one of the starches for sorghum flour.  Hope this helps.

In Topic: Overwhelmed By My Intolerances

01 November 2014 - 11:06 AM

My list is similar to yours. I can not eat eggs or dairy and have other food that were troublesome. Vans has a frozen waffle that is easy for breakfast. I eat baked potatoes or sweet potatoes, vegetable or fruits. Some of orieda's frozen potatoes are gluten-free I have smoothies or various hot cereals. There is flax milk, rice and hemp that you can try. I eat daiya cheese and earth balance soy free butter. It takes some getting used to but is possible. I rotate my milks so now I can drink all kinds except soy. I do know my testing is accurate because if I eat eggs more than once in a while I am doubled over with pain. I have lived this way for 2 years and feel good. I am starting to eat an egg one time a week and some sharp cheddar cheese once in a while. No problems with eating it once a week in moderation. Good luck.

In Topic: Oatmeal Muffins

02 September 2014 - 03:28 PM

I used almond milk and applesauce and they were not crumbly at all. They are not extremely sweet but I eat them with dairy free yogurt.

In Topic: Oatmeal Muffins

01 September 2014 - 02:11 PM

I used Bob's red mill gluten-free quick cooking oats.

In Topic: That Aha! Moment- Egg Intolerance

11 August 2014 - 04:28 AM

I got tested and discovered that I am intolerant to eggs. You might want to experiment with eating just either the yolk or the white part as you may not react to both. You may also be able to eat them in baked goods but not just eat plain eggs. Losing eggs has been very sad for me because many gluten-free bread, crackers and bought desserts have eggs in them. There are a lot of substitutes such as using applesauce, flax meal or bananas in recipes. When you want a plain egg though, there is no substitution.