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My Very Own-- “Grandma’s Gluten Free Flour Mix”

We usually turn to rice when confronted with wheat allergy, or the need to stay away from gluten.  Rice flour is the base of most cake, cookie, bread and all purpose gluten free flour mixes.  But rice does not provide great nutrition and cakes can be quite crumbly, especially when made egg free.  I have combined some amazingly nutritious gluten free flours—Amaranth, Sorghum, Quinoa, and Oats with a starch for binding, to produce fantastic cakes, cookies, pie crusts, Indian rotis and just about anything that wheat flour can make.  These flours are available in most specialty food stores and are becoming increasingly available in mainstream stores in the US. 684 more words

Cakes, Cookies And Desserts

Gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookies

The original recipe for these cookies came from Bob’s Red Mill. I thought it was funny that it says “low carb” in the recipe description. Maybe that’s a relative term … 389 more words

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"That Neighbor"

I am the proud owner of a new grain mill. Isn’t it pretty if you mentally erase that big ol’ piece of plywood that we’ve screwed it onto? 264 more words

Gluten-free Peanut Butter Dog Snacks

I enjoy giving Milo snacks when he’s being a good dog – and he loves getting them! I have found gluten-free treats at the pet store, but they are about twice as expensive as ones made from wheat flour. 473 more words

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Buffalo Cauliflower Is My Newest Love

Have you ever watched The Real Girl’s Kitchen?  Haylie Duff is the host.  I stumbled upon it not too long ago and fell in love with it.   734 more words

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Cinnamon Roll Muffins

Welcome to my blog FIGHTING GLUTEN!

Ah, the heartless wench, trying to make us miserable by denying us the foods we love because of the evilness, awfulness of gluten. 522 more words

Zwetschgendatschi! (plum cake)

I made it!
Two of em actually.

found a Gluten free flour that says “cup for cup”  so I used it cup for cup and didn’t think no more about it.   69 more words