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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Probably the only thing you can do is try some chocolate with lecithin in it. My family was intolerant to soy but do fine with lecithin now. We were totally soy free for over a year though. We will eat stuff with soyoil (like mayo) when we eat at other people's houses since we don't want to put...
  3. Many thanks for all of your support. I appreciate all you do for me and this community!

  4. I've started adding some coconut flour in and that takes care of the crumbs. It is a denser loaf though.
  5. Sherry, I don't know if you use eggs or not but I've found it doesn't fall so much (if at all) with eggs versus with egg replacer.
  6. I'm not sure about that but my assumption has been that you always have to ask for vitamin levels to be checked.
  7. The following site has b12 information. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000574.htm
  8. Definately make sure you have all your vitamin levels tested. B12 deficiency could cause tingling.....don't know if it does in the face though. Another thing to consider if all your other tests come up with nothing and this hasn't resolved is to have testing done for lyme. I know Igenix in the...
  9. Yes, this is scary. I had a hair analysis done last year for mercury and it came back on the moderate side for arsenic. I do buy organic rice but I suppose that doesn't make much difference. We eat lots of rice as well as we all tolerate that well and don't do so well on other alternative...
  10. I don't have an obvious reaction and never have. That may be a false positive but it was very high. Usually my reactions to foods are intestinal. I've only tried it once since we got tested.
  11. I'm not sure. I would think a flour would be finer. The meal is courser than flour would be.
  12. We haven't had a problem with sandwiches crumbling with this recipe. I make 3 loaves at a time with a mixer with the following ingredients. 2 3/4 c rice flour 1 c sorghum I've been using tapioca as I'm out of potato starch but plan on going back to that when I run out of tapioca. ...
  13. I've been using tapioca starch in place of potato starch. Looks like I should go back to potato starch. We have enough intolerances without adding to it, or getting serverely sick. I have Bob's tapioca that I use in bread and the children eat quite a bit of it.