Hi I just saw your note that you hate rice bread and am so with you on this. I use a cookbook by Carol Fenster that has a flour blend using sorghum flour that makes bread taste ever so much better to me. My 2 favorite cookbooks are "1000 gluten free recipes" and Wheat-Free Recipes and Menus. Both are available at Amazon.com and I initially checked the 2nd one out of the library before buying it. I also have made rolls with Pamela's Bread Mix and added Bob's red mill gluten free oats to them. This recipe is in my shared gluten free cookbook. I loved eating whole grain breads before I went gluten free and sorghum flour blends seam to be more similar to that. Finding bread we like is so important to keeping on this gluten free road and being successful. Hope you have a great day. Smiles Barb 1992 days ago
Thanks so much for your comment on my blog! Finding the right ratios is not easy. I by no means want to do a strict 80/10/10, I'm sure that's not right for me. I suffer from gluten intolerance too, as well as a few others... not fun, and it is a wake up call. Do you know exactly how to figure out how many grams and such to have along with your ratios? I'm no good with this stuff. Atkins diet is very good for losing weight, but it's not an easy diet to be on, that's for sure. Good luck with your goals! I know how much of a challenge it is with intolerances. 2201 days ago
HI and thanks for the comment on my blog. I know 10 minute miles is a hefty goal but what the heck. I have nothing to lose and lots to gain. And I don't mean weight. LOL
All a part of this journey and living a healthier lifestyle. Plus, the DH is joining me and that makes it even more special for me.
You'll get there. Just keep at it. You're doing great! I walked for over a year and a half before I got this urge to even TRY to run/walk. I had always convinced myself that "I" couldn't do it and for a variety of reasons but no more. I at least must try and see what happens and ironically, every time I go out, I want to do it again.