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ILLINITEACHER52 Posts: 7,258
10/30/09 6:36 P

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I don't fry things very often but it would be nice to have for the few occasions that I might like to use it.

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10/29/09 4:17 P

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I would probably try this, but I don't do much of this type of cooking anymore. Always glad to see new things.



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10/29/09 4:13 P

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Thank you all for the info! I love this site I'm learning so much!



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NORMAMURIEL Posts: 106
10/29/09 4:03 P

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I see one is by my house so I might give it a try if it is not too expensive. I found the best way to fry things is coat in rice flour, dip in egg, and then coat in Mesa (corn) flour that I season myself. Turns out great an no one is aware they are eating gluten free.

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10/29/09 3:43 P

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looks yummy!!!

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10/29/09 3:34 P

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This was posted in our celiac support team. I never heard of it, so I thought I'd share:

www.choicebatter.com/
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Be curious!
Health is wealth, I wanna be stinking rich!


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