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1/10/11 1:37 P

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Just saw the Pizza and Bread Recipes topic under Recipes. That will answer my questions. Am going to try cornbread too!

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1/10/11 1:08 P

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Hi Anna- I make corn muffins using the recipe on the "Albers" yellow corn meal box and substituting the sorghum flour blend and adding 1 tsp. of xanthum gum. I like the sweet corn muffins the best and often use this recipe for topping on chicken pot pie casserole. My family loves corn bread! Smiles Barb

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1/9/11 1:21 P

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Thanks Barb! I am going to try some of your suggestions and see what I can come up with. I grew up in the South and we always had cornbread with our evening meal. I tried to make some but got too much soda in it but it still tasted good because it had been so long since I had any. I just need to keep tweaking the recipe. I've used the cornmeal mix (with flour ) so many years, I had forgot how to make it adding my own soda.
Hope Barb's suggestions work out for you too, BLUEMRSM
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1/9/11 10:26 A

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I've been frustrated by the taste of GF breads. Does anyone regularly make their own bread and have suggested recipes? I really miss french bread and English Muffins--I think it's a texture thing. P.S. This group has been the most informational source on GF I have found. Thanks so much for all the info!!

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1/9/11 9:37 A

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Hi! Baking muffins or soda breads might be a good option for you. I use gluten free oats (bob's red mill0 and flax to add fiber to the muffins and make a flour blend of 1/4 sorghum flour, 1/4 tapioca starch and 1/2 potato starch that I mix together and then substitute for flour in my muffin recipes. You also need to add 1 tsp xanthum gum for every 2 cups of gluten free flour. I love to use cookbooks by Carol Fenster since she gives lots of ideas on what to substitute for multiple allergies as well as all recipes being gluten free. You can find her cookbooks online at Amazon.com or check to see if you library system has them. My favorites are her "1000 Gluten Free Recipes" and "Cooking Free". I make different kinds of muffins and rolls and then bag them and freeze them to use over a couple of weeks. Gives variety to life. Hope this helps. I am planning to post some recipes later this month and will try to put some muffin recipes on! Smiles Barb

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1/9/11 12:10 A

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I'm fairly new at this GF thing and I was wondering what (if any) kind of bread can I eat since I am allergic to wheat gluten, cow's milk and yeast. Also almonds, cashews and peanuts. Help!

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