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  1. The topic says it all. I"d like to make a yellow cake but with no eggs. Has anyone done this with Betty Crocker's gluten-free mixes? TIA
  2. Well, we just ate there and they are in fact soy free as well, in case anyone else might be wondering. Great service and great food!
  3. I'd like to eat out today for lunch. It will be my first time in a few years. Woohoo! I'm excited. lol We have a Red Robins nearby that i will call ahead, once they are open. Does anyone know if their french fries are soy free as well? One of the problems I'm running into is lots of frozen fries have soybean oil already in the ingredient list. Soy is something dd is trying to stay away from and we're both gluten free. Thanks for any help!
  4. You can probably find it in a regular grocery store in the ethnic food aisle. It's also called Mochiko. The brands i've seen/bought come in a box, maybe the size of a New Orleans Jumbalaya rice mix. Sorry, that's all i could think of it to compare it to. lol
  5. Thanks so much! It's perfect b/c i wanted to make the pie tomorrow, that way i dont have to cook so much on Thursday.Thanks again!
  6. I havent called them or emailed them about it nor have i bought that, but they do clearly label their products. If products are prepared/made in a facility using any of the top 8 allergens, they will even put that on the label. Anyone, if I'm wrong, please correct me. HTH!
  7. That's great to hear! Thanks!! Now do you think it's the same for coconut cream? There's a filipino dessert i wanted to make and i thought it used coconut milk but it calls for coconut cream. Thanks again!
  8. Im looking for a pie crust to go along with karina's pumpkin pie. I know i should've looked for one sooner but i completely forgot. I can just go crustless if all else fails. We are milk free, egg free, gluten free and soy free. I also dont have any shortening(spectrum or other) available right now. I only have spectrum coconut oil and i can use olive oil. I also have gluten-free oats(can blend to make oat flour). We also have bobs red mill all purpose flour. Okay, so is there a crust recipe that is free of all these allergens and that i can use oil instead of shortening/butter? TIA!!
  9. Hi! I'd like to use karina's gluten-free, ef pumpkin pie recipe and it calls for milk(hemp or coconut or cows). I can only get a hold of coconut and I'm allergic to cows milk. The goya brand is out of stock here in our commissary but they have another brand available. I think goya is definitely gluten free. Do you know if in general, coconut milk, is gluten free? We're also staying away from soy. Any help is appreciated!! Thanks!!
  10. I found spectrum coconut oil in my commissary. It was such a surprise. I'm going to request they stock spectrum shortening. I just wanted to know if you can sub the coconut oil for butter/margarine in baking? The health food store is a bit far and there is no safe margarine/shortening in our commissary. The coconut oil is cheaper on base too. TIA!
  11. You can find sweet potato starch in asian food stores. From what i've read, they are not part of the nightshade family. I've not used it in my cooking but it's worth a try.
  12. Thanks! Do you chill the dough before putting it on the baking sheet? It's been a few years since i've eaten a cookie and I'm anxious to try.
  13. I went searching on the internet about this and this is what i found. Butter to Olive Oil Conversion Chart Butter----Olive Oil 1 teaspoon----3/4 teaspoon 1 tablespoon----2 teaspoons 1/4 cup----3 tablespoons 1/3 cup----1/4 cup 1 cup----3/4 cups http://www.best-ever-cookie-collection.com...il-cookies.html
  14. I'd like to make some pumpkin cookies for dd and I. I dont have any kind of shortening or margarine in the house and I wont be making a trip to the health store til next week. We are gluten, soy, dairy, egg and a whole lotta other frees. I was hoping to find someone here who has subbed oil for shortening in cookie recipes with success? Thanks!