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SAPPHIREWINDS
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1/25/09 8:12 P

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thanks for the info, I subscribed to the $5 dinners too!


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I recently subscribed to a blog called $5 dinners. Her family is Gluten-free, casein-free and soy-free, so her recipes are either GFCFSF as they are or easily modified to be so. They don't all have only like 5 ingredients, but the ones i have tried tasted good and were easy to make. I haven't looked at it yet, but my sister was also telling me about a blog called crockpot 365, where a woman set out to use her crockpot everyday for a year. She is also GF, so there are great recipes there as well. In addition, I found a cook-book that is called Cheap. Fast. Good., and it has a lot of good recipes in it. I actually tried some of the homemade-skillet meals using Tinkyada pasta, and they came out well. The other nice thing about that cookbook is that it is kid-friendly, as are the two above sites.

I hope this helps.



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1/24/09 3:56 P

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I am all about cheap and quick. I am gluten free but my family doesn't want to be completely gluten free. My sister who lives with me is also Dairy free. if you go to addall.com you can search for quick, gluten free recipe books and several will pop up and you can order cheap books there.



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1/24/09 12:22 A

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Hi Lyda,

My favorite website is the Gluten Free Recipe Exchange. I think the website is:

http://www.gluten.net/recipes/

But, the site is under construction so I'm not positive. They have recipes for just about everything and so far the directions have been very easy to follow.

What kinds of things do you like to eat? I have a great gluten free pasta that I buy. It is easy to fix with a basic spaghetti sauce with ground beef in it. Or sometimes I will broil a chicken breast or porkchop and serve that in tomato sauce with the pasta.

Drop me an e-mail if you want and I will be glad to share some more ideas. I don't have a lot of time to cook because I get home from work after 6 -- so most of what I make is quick and easy.

Michelle



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1/24/09 12:12 A

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i'm over 60 and can barely cook brown rice. never learned to cook. any gf recipes that are super simple with about 5 or so ingredients. at the moment, i cheat a lot. any free or cheap cooking classes online?



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