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  1. Dd's doctor wants us to cut out gluten for a few weeks and see if it helps. I have no idea where to begin with this. I know no one (at least I don't think I do) that is gluten free and I do not know where to begin. We are going to try starting after Thanksgiving. Please point me in the direction of websites, books, recipes, etc. Thanks!
  2. http://www.industrysearch.com.au/Gluten-Testing-AgraQuant-Gluten-G12-ELISA/p/113816 I just happened across this and had not heard of it before. I have no idea what it costs or how well it really works.
  3. ... of things I could eat. I am tired of eating the same things over and over again. I can have some dairy (cheese mainly), but no large amounts of milk.
  4. I would like to give away 5 handbooks I have made that you can give to a host before you go to stay at their house for a just a dinner or a week. My husband was diagnosed with a mental illness and I found out it was due to gluten. He's been gluten free for 2 years, and is now free from the mental illness. I have had a hard time describing how to cook gluten free to relatives and finally decided to make a 20+ page handbook. It teaches how to use recipes for each meal you already use and make them GF. If this really interests you please let me know and I can email you a pdf version of the handbook. I think it would be very helpful for anyone that's been in my situation. Thank you! Roanna
  5. I made a double batch of these for dh yesterday. They aren't Nestle tollhouse but were surprisingly very good. This is one I came across on Pinterest. http://www.texanerin.com/2012/04/grain-free-peanut-butter-chocolate-chip.html
  6. Dd turned 10yo several weeks ago. I would really like to start teaching her to cook some simple meals. I'm just not sure where to start. One problem is she is terrified of turning on the gas burners. It's really easy, but she is afraid there will be too much gas getting into the air before it lights and it will start a major fire. Yes, she is a worrier and always afraid of getting hurt when trying something new. She can use the oven and take out hot things with a mitt. The other problem is that she has to eat gluten-free. Because of this, some easy things that other kids could make are too complicated for her starting out. Any ideas for helping her learn this skill would be appreciated!
  7. Dd is gluten-free and I have made Chex mix with Rice and Corn Chex and GF pretzels. I like the pre-made Chex mix you can buy with all the different things in it and would love to add some variety to our homemade mix. We tried peanuts, but dd does not like nuts very much. What else can we add that would be GF?
  8. Can anyone recommend a GF sandwich bread that does not taste like goo AND which a kid might eat untoasted? We have some Rudi's cinnamon raisin, but it's only good toasted and obviously not very good with bologna, LOL. DS won't eat a toasted sandwich. I'd also appreciate any good links to tried and true GF pie crust recipes or brand suggestions. Thanks!
  9. I'm not looking for products to buy. I want to know what recipes for gluten-free treats you really like. The ones that we have really enjoyed so far have been these two: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Flourless-Chocolate-Cake-14478 http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/the-chewy-gluten-free-recipe/index.html We have used several mixes as well, but I'm looking for recipes rather than mix recommendations.
  10. I seriously miss the days when I *enjoyed* food. When I didn't have to be all paranoid about gluten sneaking in somewhere. When we could zip into anywhere as a family and grab something to eat and go, rather than have to search for somewhere I could eat w/out getting ill. When my choices for something to eat when out consisted of more than salad and maybe an omlette...if I'm lucky. When my supper didn't smell, as Diva described it, like 'salty play doh'. When it tasted good. When I enjoyed my meals, rather than choked them down b/c I need the fuel. When I didn't sit for a good hr later, fighting to keep it down. *gack* (And this is supposed to be the best gf pasta on the market. Heaven help me.)
  11. Breakfast Risotto: 1 cup uncooked arborio rice 1 (14 ounce) can light coconut milk (I used regular coconut milk in a cardboard box - they did not have a can of light) 2 cups water 1 (8 ounce) can pineapple chunks drained (I used fresh, already in chunks from wegman's produce department) 1/2 cup currants 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1/4 tsp ground cardomom 1/2 pitted mango or banana, peeled and chopped (optional) (I didn't use this) Pour 1 cup of water into a large skillet (I used a large saucepan) and place over medium heat. When it comes to a boil, add the rice. When the water is absorbed, add the other cup of water, and when that is absorbed, add 1 cup of coconut milk. Continue cooking and stirring frequently over medium heat till the liquid is absorbed, then add the remaining 6 ounces of the coconut milk. When the rice is cooked (you will have been at it about 20 minutes at this point) and all the liquid is absorbed, add the pineapple, currants, nuts, spices, and if desired, the optional fruit. Heat through (stir while heating through), serve. Bon Appetit! from: The Gluten-Free Vegan by Susan O'brien
  12. I have been reading about the benefits of going gluten free. I have hypothyroid and the more I read about the connection with it, I realize I really need to do it. (At the very least try it.) Dh and I talked about it and we are going to have the whole family do it. Now, I am pregnant right now so I am going to talk to my OB but I am thinking maybe it is not the best time to start. I don't want to shock my body and have that affect (effect??) the baby negatively. So, right now I am doing my homework. I would like any input, sites, links etc. that you all recommend. I wish that I could find somewhere that lists things we CAN eat as opposed to all the things we CAN'T eat, iykwim. BUT I am happy with any info you can give me. Ok, give it to me!! :bigear:
  13. Dd's biopsy results came back, and she was diagnosed w/ confluent and reticulated papillomatosis. I have long suspected a wheat allergy w/ her, and from everything I've read, others w/ this condition say it flares up when they eat wheat/gluten. So, do any of you have a favorite cookbook? I have a gift card to Hastings, and would love to run out and spend it on a cookbook. What about your favorite websites, a list of your favorite "safe" alternatives? Anything would be helpful. I have been looking at this website: http://www.celiac.com for ideas, but the lists are long! We may also have to cut out eggs. Are the egg substitutes safe? Thanks!
  14. I have been doing fairly well being gluten free expect for the evening. I just need a little something in my stomach to be able to sleep. I have a hard time with rice gluten free crackers and all the gluten free breads, etc. So far I have been resorting to potato chips but don't really think I should eat those every evening. I have been resorting to graham crackers and milk, which are not gluten free, of course. Any ideas for a little something that feels carby but isn't a store bought gluten free concoction of some sort?
  15. After much research, I think I need to go gluten free. I'm fairly certain that my stomach issues I've had for years are most likely a gluten intolerance. I'm also starting to think that Regina's stomach issues could be the same thing. So, how can I do this with a picky two year old? She currently lives on graham crackers, cheerios, crackers of all kinds (especially goldfish), whole wheat bread and fruit. She'll occasionally eat meat, rice, lentils, beans, and some veggies. How do I make this change without spending a fortune on processed "gluten-free" treats?
  16. Would you be willing to give me a sample menu of what this looks likes in your home? Also, what are the typical things to avoid and the things that have surprised you? I am still researching, but if I was to babystep the entire family into this I am thinking gluten, dyes, preservatives and flavorings. Other thoughts? I have been trying to navigate the Feingold site, but I don't know if I can gain much more without purchaseing the program. Thanks everyone!
  17. ...preservatives, food dyes, HFC and how this could be contributing to ds's ADHD. We are a very active and generally healthy family. That said I have had a difficult time getting on this particular bandwagon. I don't understand the connection. Also, I really need some peer reviewed scientific backing. I'm just not interested in implementing someone's latest theory if there isn't evidence behind it.
  18. I would like to make flourless chocolate cake for dd's grad party tomorrow. I have one that I can use, but have never tried it before. :ohmy: If you have a recipe that you have tried and it has turned out well, I would love to have it--I feel insecure with my never-tried recipe. Here's the one I've got, from The Joy of Cooking: Melt together 1 pound chocolate with 10T butter. Whisk in 5 large egg yolks. In another bowl whisk 5 large egg whites + 1/4 t. cream of tartar + 1 T. sugar Fold egg white mixture into choc mixture. Bake 30 minutes and chill overnight.
  19. It's my mom's birthday this weekend, and since we'll be visiting I thought it might be nice if she didn't have to bake her own birthday cake, for a change.
  20. What is your favorite cookbook? What are your favorite gluten-free foods? What is your best survival tip? I've been doing this for about a month and feel amazingly better but haven't completely adjusted to the lifestyle yet. I could use a little help from people who've btdt. Thanks.
  21. The topic has come up a lot recently, so I wanted to start a thread with recipes. Please add yours! I'm adding each recipe in a separate message, so we can see what's been added. Lisa
  22. I'm looking for the best cake recipe that fits my DH's new food restrictions! Please recommend some blogs or websites. I seem to be finding recipes that fit one or the other, but not both. Thanks!
  23. We're cutting waaaaaaay back on gluten, corn and dairy. They aren't total no-nos, but I want to really get those out of the main part of our diet. I've been able to adapt some old recipes, and we're not missing the wheat stuff when we have some decent subsitutes (like rice pasta instead of wheat), but I'm starting to run out of ideas for meals. What are some of your favourite suppers that don't include gluten, corn or dairy? Thanks in advance! :001_smile:
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