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Cookingpapa

Member Since 01 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 22 2013 06:50 PM
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#863387 Making Food For Others

Posted by Cookingpapa on 13 April 2013 - 08:58 PM

In my area of northern California, I find Sprouts supermarket to be reasonable. One of our big costs is bread... my wife loves bread and has not been able to give it up even though I try to cook other whole foods. They often have Udi's bread on sale and I buy a whole bunch and freeze it.

 

I agree with other people who have posted here. There are lots of foods that are naturally gluten free, so switch to those kinds of foods. If you stick to things that are traditionally made from wheat it get's difficult to keep food costs low.

 

For instance, buy corn tortillas which are gluten free from several low cost brands rather than a tortilla made from a mix of other gluten free flours and made to "look" like other wheat tortillas or wraps.

 

I have a question to anyone out there that may be able to answer it. How does anyone afford to shop glutin free is there a good place to shop that is affordable. I have a house of 5 and my pockets aren't deep enough to afford the cost of glutin free foods. Help


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#863378 The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

Posted by Cookingpapa on 13 April 2013 - 07:33 PM

Wow you really can cook. The combination of Vanilla beans and Cherry with pork chops sounds yummy!

We STILL have a solid three feet of snow in our yard, more elsewhere.  It just doesn't stop snowing!

 

Anyway...

 

Vanilla Bean Brined Bone-In Pork Chops with Cherry Gastrique

Creamy Herbed Grits

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Pumpkinseed Oil and Pepitas

White Wine Braised Fennel

Homemade Boule Bread


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