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Recipe blog catering for all sorts of diets
Tue 3-Mar-15
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Whilst googling for gluten-free recipes recently, I came across THIS blog, she's an American lady who has a son with Crohn's and has developed recipes for not only that, but all kinds of conditions.....eg GF, Paleo, lactose-intolerant, sugar-free, dairy-free, etc etc.  Under Recipes she lists the type of recipe, and there are 100s of recipes to choose from.  I'm going to give her GF cheese bread pizza crust a try this week.

I hope the link works, i'm not very good at this! big_laugh

learning to love veg…..except celery :-O

Tue 3-Mar-15
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Thanks Sue will take a look later when I am on the main computer

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Tue 3-Mar-15
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wave Looks great Sue, with lots of links.  Will have a really good look later!

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That looks good, Sue - she has a way with how the food looks, too - e.g. confetti coleslaw and rainbow salad. They sound lovely! ok

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Saw this page today, ways to use cauliflower. I must admit, I do like cauliflower, yet I understand there has been a bit of a shying away from this vegetable recently, so I make sure I buy one each time I shop!!!!  ok

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Have made most of those at various times in the past Val.

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Over the past couple of months I've regularly done cauli rice or mash, we really like them.  I did make the cauli pizza base once, ages ago, it wasn't really a success.....too mushy.  But I guess there are other ways of doing it to make it firmer.

Isn't it funny how foods can be 'in fashion' (or 'on trend' is probably the modern hip way of saying it....showing my age big_laugh).  For a while it was pulled pork, it was everywhere.  I read recently that quinoa is out of fashion now.....other grains like Teff (or something else beginning with a 'K' that i'd never heard of) are now the in thing.

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I like it raw...

I'll try that again!

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Gluten-Free Cheese Bread

2 1/2 cups ground almonds

1 tsp baking powder

Pinch of salt and shake of pepper

1 cup grated Cheddar

1/4 cup butter, melted

3 eggs, beaten

Mix together the ground almonds, baking powder and seasoning (I also added a shake of smoked paprika).  Mix in the grated cheese, then add the melted butter and beaten eggs, stir thoroughly.  Put into a well greased loaf tin (I used a loaf tin liner) and bake until golden and firm.  I did mine at 170c (fan oven) for about 35 mins. 

It doesn't rise much but tastes delicious.

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Thanks Sue , I will have a go will get some cheese next time I go out. Used the last I had in a cheese and tomato bread this morning

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