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  1. So sorry this happened to you. It reminds me of when I was newly gluten free and my sister bought me a bag of Bob's Red Mill Baking Mix. I tried making biscuits out of it. The smell in the house was nauseating. I tried a small taste anyway...
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    Need Bread!

    I haven't made it with rice flour, but I think it would work fine. I'd use the same amount as almond flour. Let us know if it works!
  3. lonewolf

    Need Bread!

    Have you tried Chex cereals? Rice, Corn, Honey Nut and Cinnamon are all gluten-free and kid friendly. The flatbread recipe above is the best bread for sandwiches that I've hdd since being gluten-free, but it's not great just plain. The Ener...
  4. lonewolf

    Need Bread!

    Coconut flour "sucks" up moisture like crazy because it's so high in fiber. You always use less of it in a recipe.
  5. lonewolf

    Need Bread!

    I've found that a simple flat bread works the best. I make this almost every day and we use it for sandwiches, hamburgers, hotdogs and even pizza crust. (Not my favorite pizza crust, but passable if you add Romano cheese to the batter....
  6. Oh wow, I'd forgotten about this thread. My 14 year old son was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in July and we've been doing the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. I don't know why I haven't modified this recipe to make bread for him. No grains...
  7. It's too late for your dinner, but here is my "daily bread" recipe that would work for you. Soft Flat Bread 4 Egg Whites 2 Egg Yolks 1/2 C Almond Flour (can buy at Trader Joes)or any flour would probably work 1 tsp. Butter (or oil...
  8. Do a Google search for LDN and MS. It might be worth looking into!
  9. Do you have a Betty Crocker cookbook? I use the gingerbread cookie recipe from there and just substitute gluten-free flour. Make sure there is plenty of xanthan gum in it and it mixes up nicely. I've been doing this for 7-8 years and it...
  10. Pecan stuffed dates. Really easy and yummy. Make a slit lengthwise in top half of date and remove pit. Put in a toasted pecan half. You can also put a dab of cream cheese in before the pecan.
  11. lonewolf

    Giving Up On Celiac Diet

    Have you tried the Specific Carbohydrate Diet? It works for a lot of people who didn't get relief from gluten free or other restricted diets. It's a bit harder, but it can be very helpful.
  12. If you just want bread for sandwiches or to wrap up hamburgers or hotdogs, try this. It's way easier than trying to make a loaf of gluten-free bread. I make it several times a week. You could probably use any type of flour or finely ground...
  13. lonewolf

    Pierogies

    I've made it dozens of times and it holds together really well. Just don't try to roll it too thin. Also, make sure that there is enough xanthan gum in the dough. If it doesn't hold together before rolling out, there isn't enough x-gum...
  14. Being on the SCD has forced me to make several things that I previously bought pre-made. One of those things is crackers. I found and tweaked a recipe that has turned into a family favorite. They are way better than the rock hard nut...
  15. Thanks! I've missed "being" here. The SCD is so time consuming that I have little time for anything besides work, cooking and cleaning. My son was very sick over the summer and it took until the end of July to get a diagnosis. He's lost...
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