Re: Gluten and sugar free baking: from on 2003-04-09
Can you please help me with any recipe for bread for my little girl of 6 years old, that's not allowed to eat gluten,sugar,dairy or fruit. She only likes soft white bread and would not eat any of the other breads I have tried as they are not soft and white. Please
Re: Gluten and sugar free baking: from Peter on 2003-04-10
Mix 4 oz of fine rice flour / sorghum/ maize flour with an egg and a tablespoon of olive oil
Add enough water to make a runny batter.
Pour small amounts into the pan and spread thinly.Cook in a hot frying pan with a little more oil.
Turn until brown each side. Serve warm.
It is not soft and white, but don't call it bread. Tell your little girl they are a special treat.
Does anyone know of UK Gluten intolerance testing: from on 2003-05-09
I know there isn't a test, per say, but any info on any clinic that deals with Gluten Intolerances would be appreciated
Re: Does anyone know of UK Gluten intolerance testing: from Peter on 2003-05-13
The only effective test is free, via your own NHS Doctor.
But don't start a gluten-free diet before the test. It won't work after.
Re: Does whey have gluten in it: from on 2003-05-28
Thank you so much for the response to Brenda for this question.
It was the exact question I was asking.
It hard enough to find food that I can eat.
Re: What you can eat on a gluten-free diet: from on 2003-06-06
Are there any types of bread which can be eaten or is it only the special gluten/wheat free you see in the organics dept of the supermarket (very expensive!)? What about branded rice crispies/mixed nuts/raisins/dried fruit as a made-up cereal
Re: What you can eat on a gluten-free diet: from Peter on 2003-06-17
Look at the recipes in the book.
There is a very wide range of gluten-free bread you can eat.
Re: Gluten Intolerant? proxy free: from on 2003-08-31
Rachel Coppieters wrote:
> I was just looking at this web-site because I suspected a
> gluten allergy. When I was your e-mails, I thought I would
> share something.
> Have you thought of the possibility of MSG problems. I have
> had severe abdominal pain and sometimes almost instant
> diarrhea, especially in "commercial" buffet style not so
> Chinese restaurants. But if you look at the ingredients of
> many of those oh so wonderful sauces, you will find MSG
> (mono-sodium-glutamte) very close to the top.
> Hope this helps, good luck,
Re: Gluten Intolerant? proxy free: from on 2003-09-01
well, I have narrowed down my intolerant foods to two. HotPockets, those frozen things you can stick in the microwave. And Philly Cheese Steak. Either the kind you make yourself from some kit in the store or the kind you can buy at a restraunt. People have suggested that I cannot eat cheese, but I eat cheese all the time.
I am thinking that perhaps there is some preservative that is used with frozen foods that have cheese in them.
Of course I eat frozen pizza all the time and I am fine
Re: What you can eat on a gluten-free diet: from on 2003-10-09
Is there gluten in Rowantree's table jelly