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12/2/12 11:37 P

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I really like Hodgson Mils Cornbread mix. It really holds together well and is very tasty.

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12/2/12 8:21 P

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I've used some of Bob's Red Mill products, like some, not so much others. I wasn't excited about their corn bread or bread mixes, but I love their gluten free oats. Excellent quality.

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12/2/12 8:20 P

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Yikes! I'm so sorry corn affected you so badly. Definitely something for you to avoid. Do you carry an EpiPen in case you accidentally eat corn?

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12/2/12 7:55 P

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Wish that I could eat it but can't have any corn products. Tongue swelled up and now I am afraid to eat it and have something else swell up.

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12/2/12 2:16 P

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I am a big fan of Bob's Red Mill products. They have a whole line of gluten free items that are flours and mixes.

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12/2/12 1:40 P

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I baked corn bread using a mix from Nuts.com. It is easily the BEST gluten free corn bread I've ever eaten. I used low fat milk, safflower oil and free range (truly free range!) eggs to add to the mix. Lovely results. 120 calories per serving, and half a gram of fat, so it can easily replace toast at breakfast, or accompany a bowl of soup.

I also bought their whole grain gluten free bread mix, but haven't baked with it yet.

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