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  1. thanks for the info - i need to work on making some nut milk yogurts. . . . i myself have lactose issues and cow milk is really for baby cows. . . . I'll watch for xanthum gum, black mold - yuck! i am sure my allergies aren't down with that.
  2. Yes - Holidays are worth extra cash on food! I have been making yogurt in my instant pot with lactose free milk and when i drain it with cheese cloth i can make it about the same consistency as cream cheese. it's really good. Headed to google what's wrong with xantham gum. . . I'll look for your pina colada pie recipe that sounds really good. I am wondering if i could make a key lime pie with my lactose free yogurt. . . mmmm on a gluten-free gram cracker crust. .
  3. Thanks everyone! so happy to see everyone's menu. This is our first gluten free Easter. I am thinking: rotisserie beef tenderloin with a red wine reduction sauce (will thicken with corn starch or gluten-free flour) green beans with mushroom sauce (i make a homemade bechmel sauce, don't worry i'll use gluten-free flour) scalloped potatoes (copy catting, as you've all got me in the mood for them) dessert is still up for debate. . . . . we're also reduced lactose as my daughters small intestines are still healing (crossing fingers for some dairy soon) we're inviting another family over so we can control all ingredients and limit all cross contamination risks. . . .. OH and how could i forget the deviled eggs!!! they are my DD very favorite! OK - so interested to know - who uses mayo and who uses miracle whip? and where do you live???
  4. HELLO! Anyone out here that has a 10 (+- a year or two) kiddo that would like to meet another kiddo that has celiac disease? My daughter was diagnosed in the past month and we're totally gluten free. She's feeling SO MUCH BETTER, but she would really like to meet other kids that have celiac too. We're considering the camp we can eat it, but might be too late to sign up. thanks! hoping that we can find another kiddo or 2 to meet up at a park or somewhere fun.
  5. We found out that our 10 year old daughter has celiac disease about a month ago. My cousin asked how our 23& me profile looked for it, I had totally forgotten about it. Anywhooooo my husband and daughter both have one of the markers but not both. They do however test for different genes than what the Dr mentioned wanting to test so we might opt to do that too. The nice thing about the 23&me test is that it isn't something that your Dr has or that your insurance can use against you for higher rates, etc. having a diagnosis of chronic diseases makes you a higher cost to insure.
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