GF flour 1 ½ c dry fruit, nuts, safe chocolate chips, whatever you want in a blondie Set oven to 360’F Lightly oil 9 x 13 pan Mix baking powder, salt, xanthan gum, baking soda, GF flour and cinnamon in a bowl. Spread dough into prepared 9 x 13 pan and place into pre heated oven. We took these to my daughters’ class to share and they were a huge hit. Making your own ensures you know what is really in there and you are able to alter for taste. I have made nut based cheese with great success in the past. Pre packaged GF/DF breads are readily available at most grocery stores and markets.
Let cool completely before cutting and serving (or it will fall apart) *what I will do next time* If you like a sweet treat, these will fit your needs. Yours will be prettier than mine if you let them cool. vanilla 2c Gluten Free All Purpose Flour 2/3 c corn meal ½ t salt Cinnamon to taste 1t lemon, lime, or orange zest (optional) How to: Line baking sheet with parchment Pre heat oven to 375′ 1c. Xanthan Gum helps with consistency and is used in many of your baked items. You can buy it pre packaged at the store, (I like Bob’s Red Mill) however, I make my own mixture. Almond or rice milk is a must for those avoiding milk. If you choose to get a brick, chill in the freezer before shredding for use on pizza or in a pasta salad and such. Some cheeses have ingredients you may be avoiding in the small print. Gluten Free/ Dairy Free breads and bread substitutes.
Good luck with your diet and exercise Steve Hi Russell, I was diagnosed in 2005 and luckily found the work of Prof Jane Plant within a week or two.
All she wrote made good sense to me and I've been dairy (and red meat) free ever since. George Hi Russel If I had been at the sharp end like George would I have gone down the same diet route? If I had been at low risk: G6 and had surgery – would I have cut out any dairy and red meat? As I see myself as somewhere in the middle I do have some, only some, dairy and non organic red meat – still here 10 years on. Whatever your diet enjoy Rayread all of this with interest, have cut out some dairy ie milk gone to soya, drinking green tea, but not cut out all meat, spoke to nurse about cutting out dairy and my prognosis, she said not to overindulge on any of my favourities but dont cut it all out if thats what I enjoy eating, its got to be live life with no regrets nidge Hi Russell I've been on no dairy, no red meats, no processed meats etc since diagnosis in January this yr.
There is a huge demand in Beijing for dairy-free products, especially yogurts.(1) Hi Alice, For some years I did not drink milk, but started to take a lot of milk just recently and discovered I cannot digest milk without developing a lot of gas, stomach aches, etc.I did not have that problem before I stopped drinking milk.Reader One, generally speaking, people produce less lactose as they age — that is, people become less and less able to break down lactose as they grow older.This may explain why you are now experiencing these symptoms.
There is a huge demand in Beijing for dairy-free products, especially yogurts.
(1) Hi Alice, For some years I did not drink milk, but started to take a lot of milk just recently and discovered I cannot digest milk without developing a lot of gas, stomach aches, etc.
I did not have that problem before I stopped drinking milk.
Reader One, generally speaking, people produce less lactose as they age — that is, people become less and less able to break down lactose as they grow older.
This may explain why you are now experiencing these symptoms.
She developed allergies and severe eczema as her body adjusted to the air, environment, and food.