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  1. In 2006, you posted a recipe for homemade worcestershire sauce. Flash forward to today...I am looking for a gluten free worcestershire sauce. This recipe is perfect! Thank you!!

  2. May I chime in? We don't have Udi's bread here, and I usually make a brown bread (the recipe can be found at this website http://www.gfchef.ca/sample_recipes.php ) but it calls for warm milk, not water. How would milk make a difference compared to using water? My son has been on the diet for...
  3. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  4. Double check the Teriyaki Sauce. There is nothing on the label to indicate gluten, but when I called a few months ago I was told it was NOT gluten-free. They do have a website with recipes, etc. but I can't remember off hand if they have a gluten free list/ingredient list on the site.
  5. Liz, I've never matched the success of my first loaf, but I've never had a flop. Re: the question of flours, for my bread I use: 1 1/4 cups gluten-free flour which consisted of: 1/2 cup brown rice flour, 1/2 cup sorghum flour and 1/4 cup tapioca starch. Then the rest as indicated in the recipe...
  6. I agree. I'll buy stuff that's made in a facility with wheat products, but if it says "may contain" I stay away.
  7. Hi Karen, Check your grocery in the cheese section near the Kraft grated Parmesan in the green shaker. In or around that area should be a similar Kraft product called grated Cracker Barrel cheese. It's in an orangey-yellow shaker. My kids say it tastes pretty much the same. http://www.kraftcanada...
  8. That was me with the 11 x 4. I figured for small 7 year old hands, the 9 x 5 bread was too "wide" and we'd be making 1/2 sandwiches all the time. This way, we get a nice sized loaf, not too wide and it lasts him a couple of weeks unless he's having toast everyday as well.
  9. Maybe that's his hemoglobin level? I confess I don't know the difference between ferritin and hemoglobin, but they're both iron of some kind. When Ty was first tested they said the level should be between 10 - 110 for a boy of 5, and his was 3. I only know they tested for iron, and...
  10. Here are a link to the recipe. http://www.recipezaar.com/recipes.php?chef=335609
  11. I used real egg whites. Separated 'em myself. No bits of shell in there either.
  12. Hmm. I'm not an experienced enough baker to answer that, but I do know they have different properties. I use sweet rice flour for thickening gravy, etc. I do know a lady who uses sweet rice flour in lieu of any white/brown rice flours, and she's happy with the results. I'd wait for more replies...
  13. Re: the question of flours, for my bread (2 so far, first one pictured in my avatar) I used: 1 1/4 cups gluten-free flour which consisted of: 1/2 cup brown rice flour, 1/2 cup sorghum flour and 1/4 cup tapioca starch. Then the rest as indicated in the recipe. (1/4 cup garfava flour, 1/2 cup potato...
  14. I checked the yeast and in tiny print it said instant. It did say quick or fast acting in big print. Next time I'll use regular and see what happens. Ty's been eating it anyway, so it must be all right.