For all members who suffer from this disease and need support and recipes and outsources for flours, baking mixes, and cereals or other products that need to be gluten free.
Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2015
Started by Cindy Gerstl. Last reply by LKC Jul 9, 2013.
Does anyone know where I can get a list of gluten free restaurants? I've checked several of the societies, but all I've found is reviews of restaurants that people have gone to. No actual lists.…Continue
i just joined this group. My husband is the cook at our house. He uses
gf Jules flour. He was able to use his mom's old recipes for cookies at Christmas last year. I am sold. I don't have Celiac but just sensitive to wheat and gluten.
Restaurants are now going gluten free. I call before I go. Most places we go have either a gluten free menu or can make dishes gluten free for you.
I hope that helps.
Welcome Andrea C. This group is rather small. Gluten free is becoming a symbol on packages, but it still can contain soy. I need to go shopping for some rice flour. I did put cup of flax-seed in my bread instead of cup of flour. It was really good made in the bread machine. I too have a longarm machine. Spent a few hours with it today. I need to quilt for others.
I was thinking about this site be for food quilts? I have a pie quilt and cherry table cloth quilt?
Any one made a good gluten free cookie. What do you use for flour? I tried rice cereal and oats. It had too much butter, but it worked. May try it again soon. I need a breakfast bar. School starts in a week.
That's great to hear, Linda. Nice to know you have less pain. My younger daughter is now off of gluten again. She is definitely sensitive to gluten. When I get around to it, I make our bread. I try to avoid soy as well. There's also a lot of sugar in gluten-free foods.
I have been reading more about this subject after being told my liver was having problems. I feel it was soy and taking too much over the counter drugs. The gluten free diet is the cure or help for liver damage. When reading about the liver one site said McDonald and Burger King where loaded with soy. I am surprised that many gluten free food also have soy. Soy is in all the bread. I have found in the last two weeks that the more I eat natural and homemade the less I have pain.
Anyone in this group actively chatting. I can't believe there are only a few of us.
Right now I'm listening to a radio program on gluten free diets.
Our 40 year old son was told he had to go on Gluten free diet or die. His liver is really damage. He is finding flour at Big Lot when I asked him about making him some bread. But he has also been told not to even eat the Gluten free bread. I know I tried the diet 10 years ago and felt better. It might be time to do it again, since his Dr. thinks my husband should also be on the diet. Sometimes it really found more in later life.
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