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Joy of Cooking (a cookbook everyone should own imo) has some great tips for baking at different altitudes, on page 692.


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Has anyone used Chia seeds to thicken salad dressings or meat gravies?  


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no but if I could find some Pumkin seeds I might just try that in some form of salad dressing.. great idea..

to make the dressing more full and cohesive..  


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simply add a spoonful of compliant nutbutter.....that will cream it right up!


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I've almost got a Gatherer biscotti worked out, I need a replacement for tapioca flour, notice white rice flour is black dot. Only calls for 3TB but already has arrowroot in it. I'm adapting a recipe from a gluten-free cookbook. Does anyone know if it is the lightest weight of the rice flour?


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that type bread is pretty flat, right?

don t think it could go wrong, if you substitute the flours you need.


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Thinks,  My next question is does anyone know the ratio of agave, yacon syrup to white sugar.  The chia seeds didn't do as well as I'd like to thinking I can replace with a liquid sweetener and take the sugar and gum out altogether. I can also us honey ofcourse. Cookies call for 1/2 cup of sugar

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Biscotti cookies are a dry, cumbly not very sweet cookie, we just happen to like them alot. But they also can be crushed and make a good "gramcracker" crust for cheesecake. This where i'm going. But we have to keep out corn, the gum, beside the wheat or else it won't be a family treat.

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use less liquid in the recipe......if adding the sweetener in the form of liquid instead of dry sugar.


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Thanks Lola ,
the two eggs are the only liquid, I guess that's why the chia seeds didn't work right. They did a great job with my stir fri.  But given all the help and info I'm going to work with the honey. I thought I'd read somewhere that the yacon is sweeter than sugar. Guess I'll just have to play. The guys (WH and dad) don't seem to mind.  


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