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Best Websites For Gluten Free Recipes?

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What are the best websites for gluten free recipes? (I'm new to this)


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Now I have a new one to bookmark, thanks researchmomma! Here are a couple others I've bookmarked:

Jules Speaks Gluten Free (I think it's mostly recipes for baked goods.)

Gluten Free Baking (Elizabeth Barbone)

That's all I have for recipe sites, though I know there's one for crock pot recipes linked on the 'I'm tired of cooking' thread. (Or is it 'I hate cooking?')

Here's the site for crockpot recipes: http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/

I didn't bookmark it because I don't have a crockpot, but perhaps I should. :rolleyes:


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I just google gluten free anything (puff pastry, wonton skins, etc) and find lots of recipes. There are lots of awesome blogs w/ tons of good recipes. I love the reviews w/ suggestions.


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Glutenfreeville

Gluten Free Diva http://www.glutenfreediva.com/recipes/

The Irish Soda Bread is very good on Gluten Free Diva.


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http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/recipe-index/

Not a bad recipe on this site! Nor have I had any failures!

The combo of 1 tablespoon yeast and 2 teaspoons of cider vinegar

really work for making anything rise. My pizza was such a hit,

finally......


Alice in Gluten-Free Wonderland

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http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/recipe-index/

Not a bad recipe on this site! Nor have I had any failures!

The combo of 1 tablespoon yeast and 2 teaspoons of cider vinegar

really work for making anything rise. My pizza was such a hit,

finally......

also: a warm oven, 170*, let it rise for an 1/2 to 1 hour,

covered in plastic wrap, then bake it. I added all kinds of

stuff and to roll it out I used Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Cereal! It

was crunchy!! and chewy.


Alice in Gluten-Free Wonderland

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