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Lisalea
Saturday, November 3, 2007, 4:14am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Is this ok for B's ??
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Yes, it should only contain white flour and water, Lisalea. However, store bought filo ( yes, some people actaully make their own filo!) is often dusted with cornflour. So my other answer is, no.


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The filo dough I buy does not contain corn flour... but really even white wheat is not the best thing for B┤s...
Yesterday I had wheat for the first time in a looong while-
a bagel ( wheat , yeast, salt ) and I realsied why I alwys used to have acid reflux... wheat is the anwser


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Ohhhhh  
I'm so sorry to hear that ...  

I absolutely love this greek pastry called Bougatsa ... it's delicious beyond words !!!  ... especially warm !!
What a divine experience  

http://greekfood.about.com/od/greekbreadspitas/r/bougatsa.htm



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Ohhhhh  
I'm so sorry to hear that ...  

I absolutely love this greek pastry called Bougatsa ... it's delicious beyond words !!!  ... especially warm !!
What a divine experience  

http://greekfood.about.com/od/greekbreadspitas/r/bougatsa.htm



Oh that is so yummi

I have just decided that unless I make it myself
( and to be honest even I who loves to bake wont make filodough myself) that wheat based things are for spcial threats once a month ore so  


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the rice flat rounds they sell in specialty stores are a great substitution for anything rolled and fried.


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Oh thanks - it might work in some situations...


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Oh that is so yummi



Oh YES ... TRUST ME Henriette ... it simply  IS one of the most heaveny desserts ever !! ... I repeat: d-i-v-i-n-e




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the rice flat rounds they sell in specialty stores are a great substitution for anything rolled and fried.



what r they exactly Lola ??  
I live in Canada btw ... where would I get some ??  
Thanks  



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they are similar to tortillas, but made of rice flour only.

those work great as substitutes for filo rolls, etc.


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Even better, Lisalea and Henriette, Bougatsa is eaten for breakfast, not as dessert. eh


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Even better, Lisalea and Henriette, Bougatsa is eaten for breakfast, not as dessert. eh


Yep I had it on Kos years ago, on a hot morning where the (over) hardboiled eggs , dry bread and diluted orangejuice at the "hotel", simply didn┤t look appealing - went to the cafŔ and had bougatsa and milky coffee instead.Heaven
I have made it 2-3 times myself... and to be honest- as a healthy secretor it is Ok once in a while


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Oh yes, a GREAT breakfast choice indeed !!
This way we have ALL day to digest it
I drank a green tea with the bougatsa actually to help it go down and for the digestion process ...

I have it more than once in a while Henriette ... sigh ...  
I can't help myself, it's so yummiiiiii

Thanks for sharing everybody and please keep it up


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