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  1. I have 'issues' (diagnosed allergies) to evaporated cane juice from cane sugar and soy lecithin from soy. So I won't eat Kind bars.
  2. I can tolerate all kinds of beans and/or bean dishes, as long as they don't contain any of my diagnosed allergens. However, I used 'Beano' to digest beans and other 'gassy' vegies (like brocolli, onions, etc.) before meals, UNTIL Beano started adding an alcohol sugar (mannitol?) to their ingredients...
  3. I'm thawing and heating (microwaving) leftover homemade clam chowder with homemade buckwheat corn (yeast) bread. Our dinner will match the weather, which was 6-8 inches of snow fall today and a high of 29 F. That's not typical Seattle weather, but I love walking in the snow. Just wish I had some...
  4. We're having Applegate Farms chicken and apple sausages cooked with saurkraut, apples, apple juice and cinnamon with leftover sweet potatoes (mixture of yellow, orange and purple). We have the sausage and saurkraut dish at least once a week, because my husband has German heritage and I lived in...
  5. Yes, I loved the taste and texture of my bread, which tasted more like pumpernickel than rye. I was a bit disappointed that the bread didn't rise more, but it did double in size. So I guess it did what it should. Next time I'll try a different recipe from that book (The Allergen-Free Baker's Handbook...
  6. I avoid any of Amy's foods which contain my diagnosed allergens. So any Amy's food that are free of my allergens don't bother me at all. I often wonder, when people talk about CC from products, if they really have other undiagnosed allergens, besides gluten intolerance. I've only had one CC incident...
  7. No yet. Still waiting for it to finish rising, baking and cooling. LOL I probably wouldn't have had to wait so long if I weren't allergic to most common baking ingredients (dairy, soy, egg, cane sugar, nutmeg and vanilla) as well as gluten intolerance. Fortunately I recently found a great baking...
  8. Hot from the oven homemade buckwheat/corn/caraway seed bread (mock rye) with Amy's Lentil Vegetable soup for dinner. Fortunately my husband loves soup. (I made clam chowder from scratch last night.) This is my first attempt at homemade gluten-free yeast bread. After all the work to make the bread...
  9. Sunshine burgers (barbeque flavor), okinawa yams (purple) and brussel sprouts. The last 2 dishes were topped with Earth Balance dairy/soy free buttery spread. Actually the whole thing was a 'leftovers' frozen dinner from a few weeks ago. I'm running out of those leftovers frozen dinners. So I'll...
  10. I was really tired tonight. So I pulled out the last 2 (frozen) servings of my Thanksgiving leftovers soup. That included a butternut squash soup base to which I added carrots, celery, onions, kale, mushrooms, pumpkin (from a Halloween pumpkin) and leftover bits of Thanksgiving turkey. We had Seattle...
  11. We ate basa/swai (white fish) poached in Imagine chicken broth with sweet onions, steamed brocolli with Earth Balance dairy/soy/egg free mayonnaise, and Alexis rosemary olive oil (frozen) fries with the last piece of Lemon Poppyseed birthday (bundt) cake for dessert (recipe from gluten/dairy/soy...
  12. I've used ginger tea and candied ginger (available during holiday season) for years for fighting upper respiratory infections. However I went through a period when I had one cold after another. So I asked my ND to figure out why I kept getting colds even though I obsessively abstained from my allergens...
  13. The pizza crust recipe was from "the Allergen-Free Baker's Handbook". It used a basic gluten free bread flour mix with: 1-1/2 cup millet flour, 1-1/2 cup sorghum flour, 2 cups tapioca starch and 1 cup potato starch. I was supposed to add only 1 tablespoon of olive oil to the dough and save 2 tablespoons...
  14. My husband loved the thin crust. I stretched the dough intended for a 13x18 pan into those 2 10x15 jelly roll pans. I should have calculated that before I stretched it so thin. LOL Oh well. Next time I use that recipe I'll make smaller pizzas with thicker crust. Nevertheless, I loved the taste of...
  15. PIZZA! With homemade crust from recipe I found in an allergy free baking book (gluten, dairy, soy, egg, cane sugar, vanilla, nutmeg, nuts free recipe). I put the (yeast) dough in 2 10x15inch jelly roll pans. After that rises, we'll top each pizza with our favorite toppings. Mine will include tomato...