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Do you have recommendations for gluten free/ grain free products and recipe books, especially for baking? Now that I'm gluten-free, I've discovered that I can't do too many grains of any kind. That really limits my options, as most gluten-free mixes and pre-made things use corn, rice, etc. I've had to eliminate corn completely, I'm working on eliminating soy, and I can't eat too much rice or other carbs. My husband bought me a bread maker, just so I can make gluten-free bread, but now I can't eat very much of that because of the other carbs in it :-/

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Do you have recommendations for gluten free/ grain free products and recipe books, especially for baking? Now that I'm gluten-free, I've discovered that I can't do too many grains of any kind. That really limits my options, as most gluten-free mixes and pre-made things use corn, rice, etc. I've had to eliminate corn completely, I'm working on eliminating soy, and I can't eat too much rice or other carbs. My husband bought me a bread maker, just so I can make gluten-free bread, but now I can't eat very much of that because of the other carbs in it :-/

 

All these are gluten-free and grain free:

 

 

http://elanaspantry.com/grain-free-recipes/


 

 

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I have the very same issue. I find I can tolerate rice flours but not when they are mixed with any time of corn or sorghum ... Coconut and almond flours are the go to choice for me.  There is a site called Against All Grain, and she does great recipes.  Even breads. 100% grain free.

 

http://againstallgrain.com/

 

I have also found that JUST rice in the flour works alright for me. No added corn or sorghum flours etc.. Tinkyada pasta is 100% rice only and it is the ONLY one I can tolerate. Mix rice with anything else and I get sick. Every time :(

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Thank you so much ladies for this information, I have been looking for grain free recipes.  I am not very good with the web. as yet so I found it hard to search and find such sites as Elanaspantry, I love it.  Will be using this site often.

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And for days when you don't feel like cooking, if you can have dairy, look for these: http://againstthegraingourmet.com/our-products/


gluten-free since June, 2011

It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

Life is good!

 

 

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And for days when you don't feel like cooking, if you can have dairy, look for these: http://againstthegraingourmet.com/our-products/

I am about to head out to the local whole foods ( I havent been there yet since moving here), and look specifically for this product! WOOO WOOO  TY!

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