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4/26/13 7:48 A

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On my first wheat free Thanksgiving my husband made a cornbread stuffing. I made the cornbread with a gluten free mix. It was delicious although not technically grain free it at least did not trigger any GI upset for me, nor any weight gain. I had only a small portion and frozen the leftovers in small containers so that HE could continue to eat it.
I should note that I follow a low carb plan that is more on the primal side than paleo. I do not count or restrict fat or calories. I do restrict carbs, but I don't actually count them.
This past T'day my husband made a totally grain free recipe inspired by one in a French provincial cookbook. The original recipe called for 2 lb chestnuts, 1 lb apples, 6 oz salt pork, a half pint milk, 2 shallots, parsley, and an egg. My husband added sausage to it and left out the parsley.
I think you are probably looking for a bready stuffing though, right?

If the early bird catches the worm, I'd rather be late & eat cheesecake!

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4/26/13 7:00 A

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I cheated this week. Yeah big time cheated. My husband made stuffing, delicious stuffing, with butter, and everything else that makes your mouth water! I cheated and I gained a pound. Does anyone have a recipe for grain free stuffing? Cuz if I don't find one by this weekend, I'll be creating one. I'm thinking I'll need to make a batch that makes between four to 8 cups so that I can make a batch and freeze it in individual serving sizes. Sounds like I need a trip to the dollar store for some small containers!

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