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    Hi, definitely not recommending anyone just stop B vitamins altogether: Was suggesting OP lay off them until getting over the flare. She said she was taking a B complex. High potential to exacerbate both MCAS attacks, and dehydration. And someone recommended an Ultima electrolyte powder, that reminded me it has those "extras" many of us with MCAS react to during acute episodes, b vits included...
    One thing I've observed with gluten-free bread type things is that a larger pan works better and it's hard if not impossible to produce a thick, high bread or cake type thing like you would get with wheat flour.  When the loaf is very thick due to a smaller pan, gluten free batter doesn't cook as well in the middle, and to get the center part done enough, you can end up with an overcooked crust....
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