my stomach feels very tight, and i was curious if it was because of the new medicine i started today, so i searched for a list of GF medicines and actually found a good one! hope this helps someone else too :P
Hey all my gf friends! Can anyone out there recommend a good gf flour blend for general baking? I finally found xanathan gum and rice, corn, teff and almond flours by me so I can make my own. Any help is appreciated!
I like the one from The Art of Gluten-Free baking and the one from King Arthur flour’s site (and if you are travelling and just want to pick up one thing instead of buying a whole kit, either King Arthur flour or Pamela’s all-purpose gluten free flour mixes are good). My absolute favorite, though is Kumquat’s, but it contains some things I can’t always find in my local stores (like arrowroot starch). It works really well though. For baking, I tend to avoid any flour mix that contains bean flours because they have a odd flavor and are downright nasty if not cooked to complete doneness, which is means no gooey brownies or chocolate chip cookies.
Chicken Andouille gumbo recipe halved (I use half brown and half sweet rice flours for the roux and cook until it smells slightly like burnt popcorn and is dark tan as they don’t get darker than that before burning)
ingredients: 2 eggs 1 cup plain yogurt 1 tsp vanilla 1.5 cups rice flour 0.25 cup potato starch 0.25 cup tapioca starch 2 cups brown sugar 1 tsp baking soda 1 cup water 0.5 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1.75 sticks butter cayenne pepper cinnamon
directions: preheat oven to 375 stir together eggs, yogurt, vanilla in one bowl heat water, cocoa powder, butter in a pot on the stove, then add this into egg mixture, stir stir together flour, sugar, baking soda in another bowl, then add this into egg mixture, stir add much cinnamon and cayenne pepper to taste, stir pour into cupcake tin bake 23 minutes!
Most Easter candy (including some of the best like full-sized peanut-butter eggs, Cadbury eggs, and Dove chocolate) is gluten-free, but there are some odd surprising ones that aren’t. Consult the list and shop accordingly.
and they are also all gluten-free. Since the use of flour (except in the form of matzo or cake meal) is not considered kosher for Passover, tons of Passover goodies are gluten-free. If you haven’t done so recently, check out the kosher section at your local grocery store for special seasonal treats like macaroons, candies, and possibly more (my store is carrying gluten-free egg noodles and shells for Passover!).