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Squirrel
Monday, March 24, 2008, 9:23am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My A-nonnie and I (O-nonnie) suffered badly from the dry food effect before we discovered ghee and nutritional yeast (currently unavailable in Singapore ). But we have yet to find a compliant sauce/topping for desserts. Not that we eat much in the way of puddings anyway, but our scrummy fruit crumble last week really could have done with something poured on top. We used to love Soya Dream or Provamel soya desserts on fresh fruit, but soy's out for me now.

I saw a recipe for cream substitute which involved melting ghee and rice milk together, but I'm guessing that's mainly for cooked savoury dishes rather than cold sweet ones.

Any ideas from you fantastic folks out there?


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Squirrel, did you try Nature's Farm for Nutrional Yeast?


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Squirrel
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It was own-labelled from Brown Rice Paradise (RIP  ) and the place on Tomlinson/Orchard Bvd says no deliveries are due for a while. I haven't tried Nature's Farm - thanks for the heads-up! I'd better get in there quickly...


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try eggs and oil or ghee, sweet or savory, depending.....
something creamy is bound to come out of that!

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