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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I don't have one for pork but I use this for chicken. Dip chicken in water or milk, then roll in a mixture of instant potato flakes, salt and pepper. Place on cookie sheet lined with aluminum foil and sprayed with Pam and bake at 375 for 1 hour. Or you can use the cornmeal coating mixture on the back of the Aunt Jemima cornmeal bag. This is also very good!
  2. I think monosodium glutamate has gluten in it. Be careful.
  3. Buy the corn tortillas and fry them up (both sides) in a teaspoon of vegetable oil. They are delicious!
  4. Does anyone know if Good Seasons dry italian mix is gluten-free?
  5. You can use powdered Ensure or Coffee Mate. And if you are baking, you can substitute almond meal for the dairy.
  6. I have had wonderful luck with Betty Hagman's "The gluten-free Gourmet Bakes Bread". I make her Basic Featherlite Rice bread and it is heaven. I substitute almond meal for the dairy and sprinkle cornmeal in the pan for a crunchy bottom. It is SO worth investing in this book. Does anyone else have any suggestions for good cookbooks?