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marmalade
Monday, September 22, 2008, 4:40am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Oh yes, of course. I am in such a tizz, I can't think but that would be the obvious answer wouldn't it!   
Which is the nicest you think?
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For thickening, you might try arrowroot powder.  Or amaranth flour.  I usually don't thicken my sauces anymore, I just let 'em run.

Most gluten free purchased baked goods have other avoids in them (like potato starch etc) so you will find yourself making your own...which, once you get used to playing with the GF flours, is easily done.  There are lots of recipes for stuff in the recipe base.

Also, brown rice, quinoa, amaranth (not for teachers, sniff...)...and you can get rice crackers and also Lundberg brown rice cakes...all delicous and you won't even miss gluten!


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marmalade
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Eeek! No brown rice for teachers? However I am doing the BTD for now -I'm confused. Why can I have brown rice on one but not the other? Am I doing the wrong diet?
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Almond meal.. can be made into cake, pancakes and muffins.
They sell it at Trader Joes, with the nuts.

Flaxmeal bread is also a great alternative.



My son who loves his carbs (BT O gatherer) actually told me not to make wheat pasta for him anymore. He prefers the brown rice pasta, .

I just don't eat that much bread like products, prefer to fill up on vegetables.


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MIFHI

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them." Anatole France

"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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Gumby
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EEK, no, I only meant amaranth was a no-no for teachers!  Sorry, that was unclear!  I was just expressing my own pain there *lol*, as I love amaranth but don't eat it anymore!

Brown rice...GOOD!


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marmalade
Monday, September 22, 2008, 1:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Oh! (exhale) I see now. Gosh, I was looking at the bags and bags of brown rice thinking  
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Oh I read that link and there was a post by Victoria that really summed it all up for me. That was very useful. Thanks. I am sticking with the BTD for now, will get my secretor test done and move slowly onto GT later. Baby steps right now for me...along with going gluten free too I have to add  
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Every pesto label Ive read has parmesan cheese as an ingredient, alas Ive been making my own.  I never knew there was cheese in pesto.


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oh yes!
I use nutritional yeast to give my pesto the cheesy feel!  


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marmalade,

I can get away with a serving of wheat now and then (well . . .it is probably doing damage below my level of awareness) and maybe two; but if I eat wheat over three or four days, whammo!!!  Sounds like that's what might be happening with you.


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marmalade,
and maybe two; but if I eat wheat over three or four days, whammo!!!  


Hi,
I was wonndering about your symptoms.. what do you mean by "whammo"? D?

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marmalade
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apostive.....I agree with you.
Major storm here in Hong Kong today so couldn't get back to the store to hunt down all the stuff I need to get baking here at home  
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