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IronedOut

Member Since 05 Jan 2006
Offline Last Active Nov 21 2006 02:25 PM
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Topics I've Started

Dessert Suggestions Needed

05 April 2006 - 05:18 PM

Okay gang, I'm counting on you to help me out! My family is getting together to celebrate my son's first teenage birthday (holy smokes, I'm getting old :ph34r: ). We want to have a dessert that everyone can enjoy. Once upon a day, my son's very favorite apple pie would have been the centerpiece. Unfortunately, that is no longer good for all or even most of us.

So I'm hoping the more experienced group mind can help me come up with a fantabulous dessert that everyone can share. Is there such a thing? Any and all ideas are welcome. Thanks in advance for all the good thoughts you always share. :D :wub:

Breyer's Yogurt

15 March 2006 - 08:09 AM

I wrote to Cool Brands Intl this morning to ask about gluten in their newly acquired subsidiary products, Breyer's Yogurt. This is the briefest message I have ever received from a company on this subject.

Dear Customer,
All of our Breyer's Yogurts are gluten free.

Good answer! :)

Canned Baked Beans - Why The Warnings?

10 February 2006 - 01:28 PM

In a lot of the literature I've been gathering, canned baked beans are specifically listed as no-nos. But I've read through a lot of threads where people have suggested them as great carry alongs.

I'm totally inclined to take the advice from this group, given the real world nature of our 'testing'. Just wondering why it would be listed so specifically?

Blue Cheese - Yes Or No

01 February 2006 - 06:06 AM

I've seen blue cheese listed in several places as a no-no and was wondering why? I'm guessing that some grain product is used to make the 'blue' in the cheese?

Adding to my confusion is the list of safe meals my friends brought back from a restaurant called The Macaroni Grill. On it was their blue cheese salad.

Substituting Milks

26 January 2006 - 06:35 AM

In many of the recipes posted, there is a need for milk. Since some of us are DF and some aren't, when soy or rice milk is listed, can regular milk be substituted 1 to 1?

Thanks for any insight.

Julie