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  1. Have you tried any of the pizza crust recipes in Bette Hagman's The gluten-free gourmet bakes bread ? Lots of great recipes in this book.
  2. It's just that there are some days when her lunchbox comes home barely touched This isn't uncommon among 6 year olds in general Lunch is often a social time at school and eating is a secondary concern. As long as she leaves the house with a good breakfast and has a nutritious snack waiting for her after school, don't worry too much. Sometimes more of lunch will be eaten if the child helps make it. You might find she has some odd (to grownups) ideas of what to put in the lunch box, but she might actually eat more of it. I see lots of good suggestions here, have your daughter take a look and see what she thinks would be fun to eat.