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11/14/10 6:06 P

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Thanks. Appreciate your answer back on this.
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11/14/10 2:46 P

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Any type of oil as long as it is ok with high heat.
And oh, yeah. Of course... cornstarch. I guess potato or tapioca starch could also be used.

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11/13/10 10:12 P

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Thanks for that recipe. I am always looking for new recipes. I printed this out. Would Olive Oil work just as good as the coconut oil?
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11/13/10 9:05 P

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I think Dj meant the cornstarch. It's used for thickening. Corn is gluten free. Unless there's an allergy involved.

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11/13/10 8:58 P

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Corn? Must be a typo. There wasn't any corn in there. I'll check

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11/13/10 8:56 P

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Thank you so much for sharing that. It's practically impossible to find a good gluten free battered fish out there that tastes good. I put the recipe in my recipe book.

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11/13/10 8:53 P

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Will have to find substitutes for the corn but it looks great.

Dorothy

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11/13/10 6:37 P

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Found this recipe. It ROCKS! Nobody even new it was gluten-free.
The nutrtional info includes the amount of fat that was absorbed during deep frying. I used heart-healthy coconut oil.
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