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18 March 2008 @ 09:19 pm
Anyone Out There?  
Hey!

I found this community when I was looking for wheat-free bread recipes and I'm really hoping that there's someone hanging around who might be interested in seeing it come back to life.

As for me, I'm cooking for a nursing momma who's little one can't tolerate wheat, soy, dairy, or peanuts. This is an improvement. Tree nuts and eggs are back on the "ok" list, and there is the possibility of trying wheat again soon. In the meantime, we've been getting pretty creative!
 
 
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SimSabalimsimsabalim on March 19th, 2008 03:59 am (UTC)
The celiac and coeliac_recipes comms are pretty active, although they're completely gluten-free (wheat, rye, and barley), not just wheat-free. And some recipes there may contain soy, dairy, or peanuts. There are some bread recipes, as long as you have a milk substitute.
themoggythemoggy on March 19th, 2008 10:33 am (UTC)
pecanbread.com is one that has recipes for the specific carbohydrate diet, so they are grain free, often dairy and egg free. We use duck eggs as our children can tolerate them but not hen eggs.

I'd love to see this board become active too! :)

Dawn, mom to 2 boys on the autism spectrum
jeswel on March 19th, 2008 11:47 am (UTC)
I myself am in the market for wheat free bread. I also have other food intolerances so my list is pretty limited. I found a bread machine mix at Whole Foods by Namaste that was pretty good. It was wheat free, dairy free, nut free, soy free etc. but it was a little dense and pretty expensive. I would much rather have a recipe that I can just subsitute a GF flour mix for and make at home.
I recently re-discovered that I like cooking and recipes in general. So my recent inability to eat certain foods has inspired my culinary muse ;) I would love to see more stuff on here. I just joined so wasn't really sure what the frequency of posting was or even the etiquette to posting.