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3 hours ago, notme! said:

noodle noodles?  like egg noodles????  dooooo tellllll - stroganoff has not been the same lolz i just realized how long it's been since i made stroganoff and that's probably why i haven't - no noodles.  i did find some a few years ago (on vacation, in some wierd little supermarket store in fort myers beach)  but, ya know, can't always run to florida hahaha :)

Well, no.  Target ones are elbows, penne or rotini. BUT I've had jovial brand egg noodles. They come in a box. Closest thing I've found to real normal egg noodles so they may work for your recipe.

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I have had the jovial brand egg type noodles twice now and I really liked them. They are in a large box and look kinda like nests. Stroganoff....one of the many things I miss. Anyone make bread homemade?  I've been thinking about getting a bread maker. The frozen gluten-free bread is okay, but soon expensive. 

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1 hour ago, ChrystalC said:

I have had the jovial brand egg type noodles twice now and I really liked them. They are in a large box and look kinda like nests. Stroganoff....one of the many things I miss. Anyone make bread homemade?  I've been thinking about getting a bread maker. The frozen gluten-free bread is okay, but soon expensive. 

Try just making bread without a breadmaker.  The breadmaker is really just for the kneading and gluten-free bread does not require kneading.    If you have time to let it rise, just do it by hand.  That will save you money! 

 

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On 11/8/2016 at 9:05 PM, cyclinglady said:

Try just making bread without a breadmaker.  The breadmaker is really just for the kneading and gluten-free bread does not require kneading.    If you have time to let it rise, just do it by hand.  That will save you money! 

 

Thanks for your advice!  I was thinking about getting a mixer instead too.  But I may just wait a bit and see..

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Just now, ChrystalC said:

Thanks for your advice!  I was thinking about getting a mixer instead too.  But I may just wait a bit and see..

I bake a lot.  My kitchen is small, so I just use a hand mixer (no room for a fancy mixer).  But mostly, I stir by hand.  That is what my grandmothers did.  No mixers for them!  I need to keep my muscle mass.  Why lift weights?  Knead or mix dough!  ?

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I don't have a bread maker, but do have a kitchenaid stand mixer. It's big and heavy and expensive, but I'm glad I have it. If you're thinking about getting one kohls has a Black Friday deal that's worth looking at.  I have kids so maybe the mixer if more useful if you've got kids or cook for more than just one person. Nt sure of your situation, but figured id share the deal info. 

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fyi - they actually DO make breadmakers specifically for making gluten-free bread - my husband found them online and has been threatening to get me one.  i am pretty curious (and lazy - used to love to dump ingredients into the bin and push a couple of buttons, boom, done, lolz) and somebody on another site posted this cranberry loaf that would be cool to do in a breadmaker, but i don't want to fool with it mixing it by hand (i might do it anyway, but i don't wanna......)  i might need another cabinet for all my kitchen 'toys' hahaha

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