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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I really like this recipe form gingerlemom girl http://gingerlemongirl.blogspot.com/2008/05/my-favorite-gluten-free-sandwich-bread.html My only problem is I don't know what to substitute for the dry milk powder. Could I just leave it out and not worry about it or could I just substitute the water in the recipe with some other milk substitute? I don't like soy milk so if I bought it for baking I'm afraid the rest would go to waste. Would coconut milk work? What if I left it out and used potato water? I really like the recipe the way it is, but since I am having problems with milk (the lactose) right now I need an alternative. Also, what could I use instead of cream cheese?

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Hi

The recipe says you can sub out the dried milk powder. You could use dari free, better than milk-- both alternatives.

Have you ever tried goat milk? I have heard from many that they don't have issues with goat milk

good luck

blessings

mamaw

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Hi

The recipe says you can sub out the dried milk powder. You could use dari free, better than milk-- both alternatives.

Have you ever tried goat milk? I have heard from many that they don't have issues with goat milk

good luck

blessings

mamaw

I saw something at the health food store this morning similar to what you describe. Unfortunately it was vanilla flavored and I did not think that vanilla would be good in sandwich bread. Yes, I have tried goat milk in the past when I eliminated dairy when I was breastfeeding my youngest son. I did not like it at all. I tried lactaid milk too and it did not taste good to me either. I just gave up eating cereal. I bought some Pacific orgaic almond non-dairy beverage and I'm going to try that and see if I like it. If anything I can use it in baking etc.

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Well, since I couldn't find what I needed to substitute the dry milk powder today, I went on a search for a different recipe. I found this one. http://aprovechar.danandsally.com/?p=228 Let me tell you I like it better than the other one. It even has a "crust". I gave DH a bite and he said "it's actually pretty good" which means alot coming from him. He is not shy when it comes to saying something is nasty tasting. This is a keeper in my book. Dairy free, egg free, soy free and vegan in case anyone was wondering. I had the small aluminum bread pans so it made three loves. I filled the pans 1/2 full and let it raise to the top of pan. I also made my black bean brownies so I'll see how those turned out. I used tofuti better than cream cheese.

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glad you found a recipe you enjoy....I was never a milk person , we use Almond Breeze (vanilla flavor) for our cereal. Most ofthe gluten-free cereal is way to sweet for us so we only eat rice krisps & corn flakes with almond breeze. The other kinds we eat dry with no liquid!

Have you tried Anna's bread mix? It is an earthy type bread we all (even kids) like it... plus I think she has ten variations so you should be able to find one to match your needs..What I love about it is there is fiber & protein in it which most gluten-free breads lack...usually its rice flour, corn starch, tapioca starch.....

blessings

mamaw

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glad you found a recipe you enjoy....I was never a milk person , we use Almond Breeze (vanilla flavor) for our cereal. Most ofthe gluten-free cereal is way to sweet for us so we only eat rice krisps & corn flakes with almond breeze.

I was wondering about the almond breeze. I was going to buy it today, but was not sure if it was gluten free since it did not say on the box. Just looked on Blue Diamond's website and it says it is wheat and gluten free. I got the other because it said gluten free on the box. Next time I'll get the almond breeze because it was cheeper. I used some of what I bought to make frosting this evening and tasted a little bit of it out of the container and I liked it, so I think I'm going to survive this trial of dairy free alright. I am partial to almonds anyway so this works out great!

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