I have a special binder (for 8.5 x 11" pages)where I save proven recipes or those I have tasted and want to make. I also have cookbooks on www.allrecipes.comwww.recipezaar.com and on Spark, thenb there are all my favorite websites like www.lemongingergirl.com and the 365 crockpot (gf), many recipes saved to my computer desktop in a folder where they are very handy and many more saved to email where I can search for them easly. I've found just one source or place doesn't suit my style since each recipe comes from different places in different forms.
I have not but if you put in Gluten Free You will come up with allot of sites that do have recipes that are gluten free. If you have problems with other grains then you will need to be careful with what they call for in the recipe. I did a chicken parmesan but used coconut flour and almond flour and it came out great.
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