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Hi all, I have a vegan and gluten-free cheese sauce recipe that's absolutely amazing. One of the ingredients is 1 cup of soy milk powder. Normally this wouldn't be a problem but recently I've noticed a correlation with me ingesting soy and me breaking out in acne, rosacea, and additional GI issues whenever I have soy similar to how gluten affects me. I'm experimenting right now with being soy-free also, so now my vegan gluten-free cheese sauce has to be vegan gluten-free and soy-free. Soy-free is new to me... anyone have any recommendations or advice on soy milk powder alternatives? Thanks all
There are lot of drinks on the market that promise to energize and rejuvenate us, but the only one I now use is DripDrop. This gluten-free powder works great and also tastes great! DripDrop has no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives and it comes in two delicious flavors: berry and lemon. DripDrop has been clinically tested to provide optimum hydration for both adults and children. Better hydration is available with this product due to the proper balance of sodium, potassium and sugars. If you want to feel better, don't use energy drinks that are bad for you, try DripDrop. For more information visit: www.dripdrop.com.
It's always wonderful to have the opportunity to review a versatile product you can use for seasoning, cooking, and baking. Paleo Powder is gluten-free and also free of MSG. Paleo Powder adds a nice taste to many different foods. I tried it on a frozen hamburger patty before grilling, and it was so much more tender and juicy. I also tried it on chicken before baking. The chicken turned out very moist inside with a crunchy but delicate thickness on the outside. Curious about it as a topping, I tried it on lettuce and it turned a regular Caesar salad into a delicious healthy meal. The powder has the "just-right" combination of chili, garlic, onion, and cumin to make it flavorful, but not overpowering. I no longer need separate shakers for salt and pepper and other spices, as a few shakes of the Paleo Powder Seasoning and food that seemed bland before is now tastier than ever. You can also add a little water to your saucepan while cooking to make a delicious basting sauce. You don't have to be on the Paleo diet to enjoy Paleo Powder. It is the perfect spice for every gluten-free cook's kitchen. For more information, visit their site. Review written by Patricia Seeley.