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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Hey Kaycee:

    I hope you're doing well!

  3. Kaycee

    Feelin' Groovy

    Mosaic, that sounds wonderful. We have just bought 18 acres, and it is a bare block, we have moved a house on, but the council is so slow, we haven't been able to do anything with it yet. Once we get the go ahead, we will start the renovating etc etc. It will take time, but it willbe worth...
  4. Yes the scrunch up (silicone) bakeware is wonderful. I have my own toaster too, but at one stage I had them side by side, mine and theirs, and twice I put my toast in the wrong one, even though one was white and the other black! So I now stick mine away in the cupboard and have to bring it out...
  5. Nutralady, this is the recipe I use from the Healtheries Simple baking mix bag Moist chocolate cake 1 3/4 cups Simple baking mix 1/4 cup cocoa 1 1/4 cups sugar 1 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp baking powder 3/4 cup oil 2 eggs 1 cup water 1 1/2 tablespoons vinegar Preheat oven to 160...
  6. Miss Wing Bat The thing that gets me with labelling is when they just put flavour, or nautral flavour on them, without numbers or reference to where it is evolved from etc. I'm a numbers fanatic as some numbers like 150c I wouldn't touch with a ten foot barge poll, well I try to avoid most numbers...
  7. Kassandra, Joss was right in saying that NZ is similar in it's labelling laws to Australia. We here have to have things labelled if they contain any 8 of the most common food allergens or intolerances. We may not have as much variety as Aussie, but we have an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables...
  8. We all have our secrets, some big some small, some we would like to share, and others we just want to hide away from. Bolts come out of the blue when least expected and can have the most profound effect on you. Sons are for keeps and sons keep me going, I would hate to think where I would be without...
  9. Kaycee

    One Month Now

    OK trying to be optomistic Ive been gluten free for 1 month straight now. My stomach pains have stayed the exact same. Headsches have decreased slightly. But starving constantly is worse than anything. I went to Sprouts and bought all the gluten-free foods they offer. My wallet is empty along with...
  10. MissWingBat, welcome, glad you found us. I live across the ditch in New Zealand so I know how frustrating it is trying to find sweets. I myself am not sure about wheat glucose syrup so I wouldn't touch it. If in doubt leave it out. I've just done a quick search on a NZ site mfd.co.nz which...
  11. Kaycee

    Getting Warmer

    Life hasn't crumbled. Summer is just around the corner. My second son Andrew came home from Australia. He has adapted to my gluten free life quite well. He is a bit hesitant to eat what he perceives as my food, but I tell him to help himself, the only things he can't touch would be my tuna...
  12. Kaycee

    Doctor Appointment Made

    Ohiodad, I bet you're a bit worried about this Thursday, but I wish you well and that the doctor will go ahead and test you. From what you have said, you have got symptoms that I feel they should look into. So you are hoping it could be something simple that could be causing all your symptoms...
  13. Kaycee

    The Beginning

    Ohiodad, all I can say is gosh, it sounds like it. Not nice is it? Cathy
  14. Before I go any further, Janeti, you wouldn't have anyproblems with peanuts would you? Just a thought. But what wonderful ideas. I'm tempted to give them a go. I had been wondering what peanut butter cups were and now I sort of know. Peanuts and chocolate, lovely. My favourite would be peanut...
  15. I am worried that I may not have the right culprit because I