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RHTeacher
Saturday, December 22, 2007, 8:17pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I use plain almond meal- Bob's Red Mill (not a mix) to make my pancakes -

1 cup almond meal/flour
2 eggs
1/4 cup water (or sparkling water)
2 Tblsp oil
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tblsp sweetener (agave nectar)

Mix and cook/fry in a small amount of oil

I think I may have found the recipe on here but I'm not sure who to credit for it. If the recipe is from someone on here - THANK YOU!!!
I have been using it for a while and even serve it to visitors who have helped themselves to seconds!
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***GASP*** What a great recipe!  Thanks!  I make the same recipe using millet flour, but millet gets a little old.  Can't wait to try it.


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Quoted from RHTeacher
... pancakes -

1 cup almond meal/flour
2 eggs
1/4 cup water (or sparkling water)
2 Tblsp oil
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tblsp sweetener (agave nectar)

I made the pancakes today, but they turned out a bit dry (I made them without the agave nectar). Any suggestion of what I might have done wrong?  

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Lola
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they turned out a bit dry (I made them without the agave nectar)

that s what might make them less dry!


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Curious
Monday, December 31, 2007, 12:38am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Thanks Lola, I'll add the agave nectar next time and see how it turns out.  
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I've recently been looking at Ezekiel bread but can't find out for sure if it's gluten free because I'm gluten intolerant.  I think it might be better to just pass on bread period.  I may try making sprouted bread (manna or ezekiel) out of non gluten sprouts like bean or acceptable vegetables. Maybe adding some brown rice flour.  I'll respond if it works. Recently I started using a salad spinner and I love it.  I use organic greens + red peppers and onions etc.  It keeps the salad dry and fresh longer.  I get 3-4 big salads and its easy to do This is the easiest way to get good carbs fast that i've found. For dressing I use braggs olive oil with fresh ground pepper and dulse.  It's so freaking healthy. Eat 2 a day and you'll feel sooo much better.  I think that using the Zone diet with this diet is a huge plus.  Also "Natural Cures" ideas as well.  
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I've recently been looking at Ezekiel bread but can't find out for sure if it's gluten free because I'm gluten intolerant.
Ezekiel bread is not gluten-free.



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I'm convinced now that I'm gluten-intolerant too.  Being a Nomad, spelt was out for me.  It had been a staple for me on BTD, along with Ezekiel bread.  But once I started GTD, I finished up my spelt products, then started working on finishing my Ezekiel bread, not yet sure that I needed to quit it.  I seriously cut back on bread for a few days, then I started noticing that when I ate my Ezekiel bread, it left my stomach feeling strange, even with just a single slice!  After a couple times of that, I threw out the rest of the loaf.

Until I can find, or figure out how to make, compliant rice or millet or oat bread, I'll be bread-free.     Maybe these creases in my fingertips will start clearing up, too....
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I know I should eat meat in the morning, but the pineapple and walnuts just calls to me.  I used to fix a veggie/meat soup to eat when I wake up, but I have gotten out of the habit.  Maybe this is a wakeup call.


Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.  Blessings, meribelle
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