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  1. Ennis, great idea. My first post in this website was very much related to yours, but it was blocked due to an issue of self promotion. I am gluten and dairy intolerant, allergic, whatever and have been successfully baking and cooking for people with similar issues for the last 2-3 years. I posted...
  2. (BIG) MAYBE. Regulations are necessary to establish a common foundation with basic allergens removed from the recipe (gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs). If FDA starts regulating EVERY SINGLE POTENTIAL ALLERGEN (Soy, fruits, other nuts, natural additives/flavors, honey, the air that we breathe, the water...
  3. I've baked scones before and they came out pretty good too. This was the third/fourth attempt to making cinnamon rolls and, according to my wife, they were pretty darn good. I believe that making a couple more changes to the last recipe, they will be as good as the glutenous kind. I was born and...
  4. Smart Food Services in Idaho Falls, ID carries several gluten-free single and flour mixes from Bob's Red Mills in the 25 lbs bags. I bought several bags before the mad rush. They were out of stock for about 10 days, but now they are back to normal. Staying at home with plenty of everything gives...
  5. It is true and I'm also thankful for that. Most of all, I'm grateful for the abundance of ingredients and recipes that can be used to experiment with and be able to produce your own goods. I don't know if it will happen, but one of the wishes in my bucket list is to go to a Cordon Bleu like pastry...