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I am new to the gluten-free diet. Will you please share good recipes for these grains as most are new to me? Thanks for your help.

GRAINS:

Teff (do you use brown or ivory?)

Millet

Amaranth

Quinoa

Sorghum

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I am new to the gluten-free diet. Will you please share good recipes for these grains as most are new to me? Thanks for your help.

GRAINS:

Teff (do you use brown or ivory?)

Millet

Amaranth

Quinoa

Sorghum

Welcome ECU mom! I'm an ECU alum myself :)

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Welcome ECU mom! I'm an ECU alum myself :)

Hey and thanks! I didn't graduate from ECU, but my oldest son did. My middle son is still there and my youngest wants to go when he graduates High School.

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Hey and thanks! I didn't graduate from ECU, but my oldest son did. My middle son is still there and my youngest wants to go when he graduates High School.

If you Google Gluten Free Goddess, you will find LOTS of recipes using those grains. There are lots here, as well. Sorry I don't have time to pull any up for you today. Pressing work deadline.

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If you Google Gluten Free Goddess, you will find LOTS of recipes using those grains. There are lots here, as well. Sorry I don't have time to pull any up for you today. Pressing work deadline.

Thanks for the info. I've never taken part of a Forum before, so I'm still learning. I appreciate the website and I'll try the search, but if anyone has a recipe that they've tried and loved, please let me know. Thanks.

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I love quinoa and I usually just substitute half the quinoua with lentils and cook it chicken broth.

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The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook has all gluten free, dairy, free, and egg free recipes. A lot of the grains you mentioned are used in this book. They also have a blog with recipes! I've had really great luck with everything in their book.

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If you like pancakes give this one using Quinoa a go...

Ingredients:

1 cup rice four

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Here are some flour mixes I routinely use:

FLOUR MIXES

1.

3 parts brown rice

3 parts cornstarch

2 parts sorghum

1 part masa harina

2. CAKE FLOUR MIX

1 part brown rice

1 part sorghum

1 part tapioca

3. ALL PURPOSE

1-1/2 cups brown rice or sorghum

1 cup white rice

1/2 cup tapioca

4. GOOD GRAINS

1 cup sorghum

1/2 cup millet

1/2 cup buckwheat

1/4 cup quinoa or nut

3/4 cup tapioca

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