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4/22/12 5:25 A

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Great recipes, thanks for posting.

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2/15/12 1:10 P

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An egg wash is just an egg beaten with some water to thin it out a little. The original recipe calls for dipping the chicken in milk before dredging it through the GF breadcrumb mixture. If you use non-dairy milk or an egg wash instead, the recipe should be fine for you.



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2/15/12 1:04 P

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I can have eggs, but what is the wash.

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2/15/12 12:52 P

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Wow! That sure would make meal planning tough. Yikes. I don't blame you for getting anxious when having to take all of that into consideration. :(

Some easy things you should be able to do is a broiled salmon (or other fish) fillet seasoned with just salt and pepper. That would work for a beef tenderloin as well. Chicken breasts can be simply grilled with a sauce that doesn't include any of your triggers (I posted another message that includes a link to a homemade BBQ sauce, maybe that would be safe for you?). Side dishes could include GF couscous (I made one last night that is a brown rice couscous and it tasted good), saffron rice, steamed broccoli, and so on.

A few of the recipes below that should be safe for you include: granola, all the soups except the chowder, honey mustard grilled chicken, chili, and oven fried chicken (if you can eat eggs, substitute an egg wash for the milk bath).

Good luck!!!


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2/15/12 11:29 A

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I am allergic to chocolate, beets, peanuts, wheat, dairy, shellfish, potatoes, and coffee. I big time have a challenge with finding food. Any time that I try to plan meals I start to have a panic attack. I am bad enough how to plan for others with different restrictions is even worse.

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2/15/12 9:27 A

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Having multiple allergies is a pain in the butt! I only have to avoid wheat, but my daughter is allergic to peanuts so I have to be very careful there. What other foods are you allergic to, if I might ask?

Take a look at the recipes I have posted, hopefully some of them will work for you, or maybe there are substitutions you know of that you can make to alter the recipe to your needs.

Good luck!!


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2/15/12 8:04 A

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I could use a lot of reciepies, but I am allergic to way more than just wheat which makes it very hard.

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2/14/12 10:25 P

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You're welcome, Dorothy! I hope you like them. One of our all time favorites is the potato chowder. Yum!


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2/14/12 10:21 P

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Thanks and I saved them too.

Dorothy





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2/14/12 7:55 P

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You're welcome! I hope it helps people out too. I know I felt completely lost when I first went GF, it seemed like everything was off limits.



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2/14/12 7:34 P

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Thanks for posting this! I hope some people who are struggling can benefit from it!

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2/14/12 12:19 P

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I've been seeing new members posting on the forum, saying they're having a hard time moving to a GF diet, having a hard time fitting their foods into their daily calorie range. I have some great naturally GF meals that I would like to share. They're all here in SP, so it's easy to track them in your Nutrition Tracker.

As you should always do, make sure your ingredients are GF. There are many more options for GF ingredients these days, including sauces and condiments, which makes our lives easier LOL.

Edited to make the links clickable. :)

Broccoli and Bacon Quiche (202 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1801552


Chicken & Rice with Vegetables (288 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
e-detail.
asp?recipe=1026234


Crock Chicken Veggie Soup (173 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1073527

Note: Use Ancient Harvest Quinoa/Corn Mini Shells Pasta in this recipe to make it GF.
www.quinoa.net/145/163.html

Curried Chicken & Rice (296 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1592950


Hash Brown, Sausage, and Bacon Frittata (278 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
e-detail.
asp?recipe=1165123

Note: Make sure your sausage is GF. Jimmy Dean Precooked Turkey Sausage Patties are.
jimmydean.com/products/turkey
-sausage-
patties.aspx


Hearty Gluten Free Granola (300 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1546902


Homemade Chicken & Rice Soup (230 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
e-detail.
asp?recipe=1107620

This is GREAT when you have a cold!

Honey Mustard Grilled Chicken (153 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1752916


Italian Sausage Soup (221 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1337189

Note: Again, make sure your Italian Sausage is GF. If necessary, substitute with pork sausage instead of turkey sausage and drain/rinse off fat from cooked meat.

Oven Fried Chicken (171 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
e-detail.
asp?recipe=1073506


Potato Chowder with Bacon and Sausage (332 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
e-detail.
asp?recipe=1856216


Valerie's Famous Chili (311 cals)
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recip
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asp?recipe=1396114




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