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Sharon
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Can't you have wheat?  I have whole wheat toast in the morning.  I despise rice cakes blah.. Whole wheat is a beneficial for me..also spelt.  


I can't have whole wheat (non-secretor) but my Swami has spelt and sprouted wheat as beneficial.
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How about bulgur? That is a form of wheat too.


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Bulgar wheat is a black dot for me. Flaxseed bread is beneficial but I' haven't made it yet. I'm going to try to bake some next week.
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bulgar? That is a form of wheat

bulgur


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Fixed..


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I just melted some dark chocolate with ghee in a saucepan,
and poured it over a rice cake then sprinkled with chopped pecans!
Very tasty and geno harmonic!

I'm thinking of making a bunch and sticking them in the freezer.


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I don't see corn on my list, but I thought it was a big
avoid for all A's in general?


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not really, unless a nonnie A and other variables


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On the generic A diet, corn is neutral for A's. On my SWAMI it's an avoid.  
Sharon if you have a bread machine, you can make spelt bread.  
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http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?1291

Just added this pancake recipe to the database...  I just realized that the Cream of Tartar is avoid for Teachers, so I'll be working on the amount of lime juice to make the substitution...


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or try arrow root or another thickener....


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Mayflowers - I read somewhere that making the spelt bread
in the machine was hard unless there was a "gluten free" setting?
Something about over kneading the dough?
Which recipe do you use (if you don't mind sharing).


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Right, you don't want to overknead spelt.  The less you handle it, the better.


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I used the whole wheat setting, 4 hours, I also used the light crust setting. then I used a gluten free recipe and sub'ed spelt flour. I can't find the bleeping recipe. I've been looking for it. grrr. I figured out by adding an egg to it, that it lightened it up and it rose a lot higher. I didn't end up with a brick like one most often gets with whole wheat.  It came out like a regular loaf of bread.  I wanted to make another loaf and I can't remember what I did with the recipe..senior moment..or blonde..

You just can't throw the ingredients in and walk away. You have to stand there and help scrape it off the sides to help it mix it, and maybe add more flour or water ..depending on how dry the flour is.  
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Right, you don't want to overknead spelt.  The less you handle it, the better.


Maybe that's why my loaf came out good. I didn't handle it. The machine did.  
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Maybe that's why my loaf came out good. I didn't handle it. The machine did.  







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MF do you still use yeast (like normal baker's yeast) to make your spelt bread?  




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Cream of Tartar is avoid for Teachers, so I'll be working on the amount of lime juice to make the substitution...

We have used 3 to 4 times the amount of Lime juice (frozen, juiced from fresh limes) to replace the Cream of Tartar in recipes calling for baking powder...  Works really well.  We have eliminated the sharp taste that Cream of Tartar always added to the quick breads as well!


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MF do you still use yeast (like normal baker's yeast) to make your spelt bread?  


Yes. I don't seem to have a problem with yeast. I use regular baking yeast in bread..  I use bewer's yeast in my smoothies ..ran out need more.
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Just to explain that I have a rather thrifty calorie storage system, I was eating more this weekend and I  had desert once.  I gained 4 lbs in 4 days. Now it will take me 4 weeks to lose it..unless I exercise a lot...
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Sorry to hear that.  I still have to eat like a pig to keep my boiler warm, but I'm burning lots of garbage, so that must be the difference.


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Sorry to hear that.  I still have to eat like a pig to keep my boiler warm, but I'm burning lots of garbage, so that must be the difference.


You're only 47. You haven't hit male menopause yet.  I weighed 137 at 47.  
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How are the Warriors doing today?  What's for lunch?

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I had some ground turkey mixed with feta cheese drizzled
with olive oil and oregano. Also a rice cake with PB and
an iced coffee. Kind of boring, but not in the mood to cook.
It's my second day with the turkey, but I was so run down this
week and it's the only protein that made me feel better.


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