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    thank you so much for all of these everyone! please keep them coming


    many of these confirm what i had suspected about my substitutions and additions to old recipes and making them work for gluten free. now i know they will work without the experimentation. this has saved me time, and more importantly, money!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunybee View Post
    thank you so much for all of these everyone! please keep them coming


    many of these confirm what i had suspected about my substitutions and additions to old recipes and making them work for gluten free. now i know they will work without the experimentation. this has saved me time, and more importantly, money!

    In stew and casserole recipes, you can simple substitute rice flour for the regular flour without using xanthan gum, or sometimes just leave it out altogether.
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    this thread is so good, it was suggested i stick it










    so i stuck it
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    Mama ....have you had success with a great tasting BREAD?? I bought ALL and I do mean all the special things needed but I have to admit that the only one I liked, my DD still couldn't eat. The only think I can think of that is godd is a Flat breadd or foccacia (sp?) That is good. Otherwise I have been a flop. AL

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    i am still tweaking it, but i think i may have finally formulated a bread recipe. it is sinking a little bit, and it is a smidge wet, but i am working on the proper ratios. it is the best tasting one so far per every person in the family. it tastes very much like wheat. like i said, i am still working out the ratios for perfection and when i get it, i will post.


    animal lover, are there things you cannot have in the bread?
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    Well with Jr being on the GFCF and soyfree as well I will be passing this info on to my wife. All of the food that we eat fits the GFCFSF - if he is partaking in it. We do the cookies and cake things from the mixes that are found at Wholefoods, or Henry's (a local store) for the sweet treats.

    Quinoa for pasta - mama makes a killer spaghetti. She has mad pizza several times for Jr as well...I never tasted it, so I do not know how it turned out. He Loved it that is all that counts in my book...

    Thank You hunybee for the thread idea!!! Thank You to everyone else for the recipes!!

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    i tried another pancake recipe today, and it was a hit. everyone said they were the best ones yet. these are fluffy, thick, and don't crumble apart. veeeery tasty




    gluten free buckwheat pancakes

    ~1 cup white rice flour
    ~1/2 cup sorghum flour
    ~1/2 cup buckwheat flour
    ~7/8 cup arrowroot powder
    ~1 cup sweet rice flour
    ~1/2 cup sugar
    ~2 TBSP baking powder
    ~1 TBSP baking soda
    ~1 tsp salt
    ~1/2 tsp xanthan gum
    ~1/2 tsp gelatin
    ~4 eggs
    ~2 cups milk
    ~1/2 cup oil
    ~1/2 tsp vanilla


    cook on medium high
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    gluten free four tortillas


    1/2 c. brown or white rice flour
    1/2 c. garbanzo bean flour
    1/3 c potato starch or arrowroot powder
    1/3 c. tapioca flour
    2 tsp xanthan gum
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1/2 tsp. sugar (optional)
    1 tsp salt
    2 TBSP lard,shortening, or butter
    3/4 c. - 1 cup water or milk




    it seems a little softer and richer with milk.

    med high heat. heat cast iron pan, no oil. mix all dry ingredients to belnds well. cut into the dry ingredients the lard, shortening, or butter till it makes peas size bits. mix in the liquid. if it needs more flour, mix in more rice flour untill it forms a ball that is not sticky.

    i don't have a tortilla press, so i just use a flat and very heavy large pan to make the press. i make balls from the dough about the size of a golf ball and then take a gallon size ziploc bag and dust the inside with some sweet rice flour or corn starch so it doesn' stick. then put the dough ball in and place the flat pan on top and flatten out the ball. i then take a rolling pin and roll it out flatter to about 1/8-1/4 in. depending on how thick you like it. then, with a hot pan waiting, i take the tortilla and carefully put it in the pan and let it sit for about 15-20 seconds, then flip it over with a spatula. cook for another 15- 20 seconds ojn that side. take out and cool. do the next one.


    i hope i made that clear enough
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    Yay for tortillas. I'll have to give these a try!
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    Quick Crisp Snack Bars

    1/2 cup honey
    1/2 cup chunky peanut butter
    1/2 cup nonfat dry milk powder
    1/4 cup mini choc-chips
    4 cups crisp rice cereal

    In a large saucepan, combine the honey, peanut butter and milk powder. Cook and stir over low heat until blended. Remove from the heat, stir in cereal and choco-chips. Press into an 8-inch square pan coated with cooking spray. Let stand until set. Cut into bars. Yield: 12 bars

    None of items in this recipe contained wheat; but always read labels first.
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