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  1. Here are some of my favorite blogs: someone mentioned Elana's Pantry - love her site because all her recipes are easy and don't require a lot of ingredients (she does usually only use one flour). Www.Lillianstestkitchen.com has fun cooking...
  2. Another trick I've read is using club soda for the water. I've never tried it, but I can't imagine it would hurt!
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    Bread Machine Recipe

    Thanks for the replies! Mamaw, I checked out the reviews for this cookbook and it looks like it was designed for a specific type of bread machine - not the one I have (the Cuisinart). If anyone has tried her recipes for the Cuisinart,...
  4. Hi - I recently got a bread machine with a gluten free setting and I love it! I've had really good luck with Pamela's bread mix, but would really like to use my own ingredients to save $. Does anyone have a tried and true bread machine...
  5. I bake the nuts at 350 for about 8 minutes, then I let them cool slightly. I process them while they are warm but not hot. I wonder if the temperature helps? Do you have a high quality processor? I wonder if your food processor isn't...
  6. Kelleybean

    Table Service Options

    We usually pack our food too. But it's nice to have options when I don't have my act together. I love that Jason's has gluten free bread and wish other chains would have that option.
  7. Kelleybean

    Table Service Options

    We are in Orlando so sadly no In n Out or Red Robin for us . He won't do Asian food either. We've actually been working in therapy to increase his food options and he's come a long long way but still very limited.
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    Table Service Options

    Hi - Any suggestions for quick meals out for my 5 year old? Super picky so will only do grilled cheese and PBJ or a cheeseburger with no bun. Right now we do Jason's, Wendy's, and 5 Guys but looking for other options. I was surprised that...
  9. My son is autistic. We transitioned VERY slowly to gluten free which made it easier for us but I suspect that's why we didn't see any significant behavior changes. But every time we try to add it back, we see huge changes in behavior....
  10. I don't know about the cookbook, but love this website: www.chocolatecoveredkatie.com. All her recipes are vegan. She is not gluten free but every recipe I've ever seen her publish either is or includes modifications.
  11. Kelleybean

    Babycakes In Downtown Disney

    I'm so sorry that you got sick! We go to Babycakes a lot as we live in Orlando. But my son has a gluten intolerance related to his autism and not celiac. Cross contamination doesn't seem to affect him. I wonder if they use an unusual...
  12. There are a couple of boxed brands at my local health food store - sorry I can't remember the names. But I thought they tasted really bad. Amy's frozen was better. Can she do nuts? I do either the "Oh Geez Mac and Cheese" from Chocolate...
  13. Our son may be different b/c he has a gluten intolerance vs celiac, but we typically don't see any changes till 2 days after eating gluten.
  14. We use Almond Breeze and Silk (whichever is on sale) with no apparent problems. But my son did appear to have a reaction to Rice Dream's rice milk. In case you are interested, super easy to make your own. Just blanch the almonds, slide...
  15. Gluten most certainly affects my 4 year old's behavior! He's actually not celiac - on gluten-free diet for his autism. When he has a lot of gluten, he has major meltdowns (usually he's very easygoing), he's spaced out, and defiant. We...
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