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GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« on: December 14, 2017, 05:18:53 PM »
It’s tough having a family member who is gluten intolerant.

Looking for some proven yummy recipes, or if you know of good gluten free products/substitutes.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2017, 08:17:23 PM »
It sucked pretty badly at the beginning but it's been 10 years now for us and really don't even notice it much.  Lots of recipes on the inter-webs.  Not sure of stores around you but Safeway, Freddies, New Seasons usually have a well stocked section with basics. 

Baking takes a little experimenting but we've found Pamela's brand baking flour to be the best for one for one replacement in most recipes.  Bread you can purchase has been the biggest battle.  Most recently Franz makes two gluten free versions.  Our local Costco carries a two pack which is super convenient.  Udi's is the other brand that makes breads, wraps, muffins, cookies, etc.

Other than the freaking expense of purchasing gluten free stuff it will work out once you find your go to items.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2017, 08:22:33 PM »
Thanks, we’ve been dealing with it for awhile, plus we have 5Bees Bakery in town which is a dedicated gluten free bakery.

Really looking for dinner type recipes.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2017, 08:32:08 PM »
If wanting to make pizza try the fat head pizza crust. I am not GF but prefer the fat head crust over a. Or so crust.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2017, 08:35:33 PM »
If wanting to make pizza try the fat head pizza crust. I am not GF but prefer the fat head crust over a. Or so crust.

What store carries that?

Papa Murphy’s has a good gluten free pizza.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2017, 08:50:45 PM »
Thanks, we’ve been dealing with it for awhile, plus we have 5Bees Bakery in town which is a dedicated gluten free bakery.

Really looking for dinner type recipes.

Baked potato, bacon wrapped backstrap, and fried broccoli... there you go!   :chuckle:

For pizza crust look up a recipe using cauliflower, it's actually pretty good.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2017, 08:53:56 PM »
Thanks, we’ve been dealing with it for awhile, plus we have 5Bees Bakery in town which is a dedicated gluten free bakery.

Really looking for dinner type recipes.

5 B's!?!  Shoot that was one of the selling points for trying to convince my wife to drive up there for the sockeye fishing in Baker Lake.  Still haven't made the trip.  Maybe this year with some GF goodies to boot

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #7 on: December 14, 2017, 08:55:10 PM »
Dinner we keep pretty much like lokidog mentioned (minus backstrap because we are having tagstrap this year!).  Just basic meat, vegetable type stuff.  Chili, soups,etc

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #8 on: December 14, 2017, 09:21:22 PM »
Costco has gluten free flour and a chocolate chip cookie recipe is on the back.....they are really good cookies. :tup:
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2017, 09:31:03 PM »
Costco has gluten free flour and a chocolate chip cookie recipe is on the back.....they are really good cookies. :tup:

I didn’t know that they had flour.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2017, 09:57:11 PM »
If wanting to make pizza try the fat head pizza crust. I am not GF but prefer the fat head crust over a. Or so crust.

What store carries that?

Papa Murphy’s has a good gluten free pizza.

Not carried in store. You make it. Here is a link

https://ketodietapp.com/Blog/post/2016/04/06/fat-head-pizza-with-pepperoni-and-jalapenos

Use the recipe for the crust and add whatever you want for sauce and toppings.


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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #11 on: December 15, 2017, 06:47:06 AM »
Costco actually has a fair bit of stuff. UDIS frozen baggers, Bob's Red mill flour thier 3lb bags of corn chips, several different kinds of crackers, and I think even pasta from time to time.

The Trumpeter in down town MV is where I go when I get a hankering for something fancy... but I often get fish and chips. My mother is a celiac and won't eat most places but goes there most of the time.

One of the things that helped me was the fact that I choose to try and eat less processed food. Makes it much easier to keep from eating gluten.

Mod pizza, pappa Murphies, and I think even dominoes in MV has GF pizza crust.

Keep in mind that the effects of gluten on folks like me are cumulative. Eating just a little  on a regular basis just irritates the villi and makes you more sensetive. 

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #12 on: December 15, 2017, 09:36:05 AM »
My wife is gluten intolerant so I know this well.  Dinner staples include stir fry over rice, enchiladas made with corn tortillas, burritos made with rice flour tortillas, gluten free pizza, rice pasta.  Udi's makes a good pizza crust, it is the one Papa Murphy uses for their pizza.

The Costco gluten free flour mix is a good one and the least expensive option.  For finished bread her favorite is Olivia's multigrain.

The best pasta hands down is Tinkyada, just use a large volume of water to boil and rinse thoroughly after cooking before serving. 

Can't remember the rice tortillas brand, but Fred Meyer carries them in the freezer section in the natural foods.

Krusteaz makes an awesome GF brownie mix, we've found it a couple times at Costco but usually order it from Amazon.  Pillsbury makes great GF cake mixes, we order them from Walmart.

For dining out, Asian and Mexican are your best bets for lots of GF options.  Our favorite Thai restaurant's menu is all gluten free except for one dish (Pad Mee, wheat noodles).  Lots of pizza places offer a gluten free option.  Some Subway shops have gluten free bread.  Red Robin has gluten free buns.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #13 on: December 15, 2017, 09:52:17 AM »
just curious for those looking for gluten free. Have you guys/gals actually been tested and have celiac disease or gluten intolerance? The reason I ask is I hear a lot of people looking for gluten free products thinking that it is simply better for them which is false. Not saying any on this thread are like that but just curious.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #14 on: December 15, 2017, 10:07:33 AM »
just curious for those looking for gluten free. Have you guys/gals actually been tested and have celiac disease or gluten intolerance? The reason I ask is I hear a lot of people looking for gluten free products thinking that it is simply better for them which is false. Not saying any on this thread are like that but just curious.
My wife's intolerance was diagnosed by observed villi damage via endoscopy.  A biopsy to confirm celiac was not conducted as she has bleeding disorders.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #15 on: December 15, 2017, 10:17:05 AM »
Not a celiac, just intolerant thru process of elimination, the pain it causes her is just crazy, I know some people just grin and bear it how I don’t know.

I love Asian food, Mexican gets old real quick.
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #16 on: December 15, 2017, 10:45:48 AM »
Man if Gluten free was the only thing in my house to worry about it would be a piece of cake (pun intended  :chuckle:)

There should be alot of Asian foods you can make that are easily gluten free without much effort.

For intestinal health and good eating i strongly recommend you buy 4 books
The 3 cook books by Danielle Walker, and visit her website https://againstallgrain.com/
The other book is Breaking the Vicious cycle  http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.info/p/the-book/
this book is about the SCD diet which will have alot of good info for you and your wife, i dont think you will need to follow the diet as much as learn what and why of certain foods etc, but if she does follow it short term she should see a huge improvement then be able to bring back certain foods.






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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #17 on: December 15, 2017, 10:55:13 AM »
I am going to follow this, hope to hear more meal suggestions with recipes. My boy is coming home for Christmas with his gal who is gluten intolerant. Last time she was here we wanted to take her shopping so we had what she could eat. It made her uncomfortable and my son said it made her feel different and embarrassed. It would be nice to have stuff already on hand.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #18 on: December 15, 2017, 10:58:28 AM »
just curious for those looking for gluten free. Have you guys/gals actually been tested and have celiac disease or gluten intolerance? The reason I ask is I hear a lot of people looking for gluten free products thinking that it is simply better for them which is false. Not saying any on this thread are like that but just curious.
My wife's intolerance was diagnosed by observed villi damage via endoscopy.  A biopsy to confirm celiac was not conducted as she has bleeding disorders.
My mother was diagnosed the same way. I just figured it out through observation of what I ate, how I felt, and moving to a more simple less processed way of eating.

There is a blood test they can run to test you but you have to eat gluten in order for the test to work.

I have heard that gluten intolerance has a high probability of being passed genetically. I bet my Brother has it but he is too stubborn.

Gluten intolerance & celiac falls into a category of Auto Immune Diseases. Astma Diabetes, probes, renouds and some others fall into this catagory. The simple explanation is that people are ingesting/absorbing something that is irritating the body. We don't realize it because 1 we eat lots of processed foods so isolation of "Irritants" is difficult. 2 we often take some medicine alleviate the problem, masking the underlying issue.

I have a friend whom love his food and drink. A big guy but not morbidly obese. He decided to change his life, so he quit drinking and went on a meat and raw vegetable diet.  He has lost a bunch of weight, and no more diabetes.

In the GF circles there is some talk about the root causes of this problem. Some speculate it has to do with GMO and Roundup. I'm not sure I buy this, but it may be a factor for those whom are susceptible for genetic reasons...  One thing that is for certain is that the less processed the food we eat the healthier it is, as it more closely resembles  what our ancestors have eaten. Which is why I try not to eat gluten free products in any amount.  It finds its way into my daily diet because while I don't care about cake, cookies, breads and such my wife can't live without. So we always have a package of rice crackers and suchbfrom Costco on the list.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #20 on: December 15, 2017, 11:14:15 AM »
The only thing i really miss is BEER!

No one makes a good light beer that is GF. It all tastes funny like Sapporo or some other asian beer. Yuck... so on the occasion that a beer sounds really good... or the wife is really buttering me up with a big steak and a cold one these are my go to... Greens beer co often found at Hagen, wine and more ect.  They make the best stuff. Thier double dark is awesome sobis thier IPA. Stuff ain't cheep at $7 a pint at the store.  Ground Breaker out of Portland OR is another fine beer. BithbthebIPA and Darknare excellent.

There are several outfits that do a process to remove gluten from beer. They obviously taste like beer Ommission is the first one that comes to mind. If you are sensitive it's best not to drink it because the caveat is the process removes 98% of the gluten.

Here are some products you may be surprised has wheat or gluten in it.
Cheap icecream,  soy sauce, some corn tortillas,  many corn breads..

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #21 on: December 15, 2017, 11:23:30 AM »
Here is my story about the last time I "TESTED" myself many years ago...

I had been feeling sluggish so I went on the Atkins diet which is GF for over a year and I had been feeling great. I was invited to a country wedding and it was awesome! Music dancing, a feed trough full of iced down Coors and Fried Chicken! How could I resist? So I didn't over do it. I had 2 chicken thighs and 2 Coors... and guess What? I felt fine! We got sent home  with some left over fried chicken, and in the morning I opened the fridge and what did I see calling my name? A juicy chicken thigh. 2 bites into that my stomach started churning. I swelled up like I had been 6 rounds and the Chinese food buffet! I lay on the couch for 3 hours in pain. My stomach was as round and taught as Cool Hand Luke.

I love food, but nothing is worth that feeling. Hunger is nothing in comparison.

Because I had been a good boy my intestines were in good shape. It took the hit of the beer and chicken with no complaints, but it made it is and clear that  a second round was a mistake.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #22 on: December 15, 2017, 11:56:46 AM »
I've made several of the recipes on this website:  https://paleoglutenfree.com/recipes/

Most are very easy to make and I think they taste very good.  My wife seems to have a problem liking a lot of the recipes because of the coconut oil used in many of them.  She claims to not like the coconut oil...........(I can't even taste it in there).
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #23 on: December 15, 2017, 12:05:00 PM »
The only thing i really miss is BEER!

No one makes a good light beer that is GF. It all tastes funny like Sapporo or some other asian beer. Yuck... so on the occasion that a beer sounds really good... or the wife is really buttering me up with a big steak and a cold one these are my go to... Greens beer co often found at Hagen, wine and more ect.  They make the best stuff. Thier double dark is awesome sobis thier IPA. Stuff ain't cheep at $7 a pint at the store.  Ground Breaker out of Portland OR is another fine beer. BithbthebIPA and Darknare excellent.

There are several outfits that do a process to remove gluten from beer. They obviously taste like beer Ommission is the first one that comes to mind. If you are sensitive it's best not to drink it because the caveat is the process removes 98% of the gluten.

Here are some products you may be surprised has wheat or gluten in it.
Cheap icecream,  soy sauce, some corn tortillas,  many corn breads..

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Have you tried Redbridge from Anheuser-Busch?  It's not a "true" light beer but it is a lager, I thought it was decent and not very weird tasting.  I got to drink the Green's, Omission and a few others we got for my wife to try, too "good" for her.  (That was back before my liver turned into a sissy about handling my heart meds, now I don't drink any alcohol.)
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #24 on: December 15, 2017, 01:39:43 PM »
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For beer, try some of the Glutenbergs.  They're pretty tasty.
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« Reply #25 on: December 15, 2017, 03:12:39 PM »
I have not tried Gluetonbergs. Where are they out of.

Redbridge is horrible. I'd rather drink water

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« Reply #26 on: December 15, 2017, 03:15:59 PM »
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #27 on: December 16, 2017, 11:15:48 AM »
The only thing i really miss is BEER!

No one makes a good light beer that is GF. It all tastes funny like Sapporo or some other asian beer. Yuck... so on the occasion that a beer sounds really good... or the wife is really buttering me up with a big steak and a cold one these are my go to... Greens beer co often found at Hagen, wine and more ect.  They make the best stuff. Thier double dark is awesome sobis thier IPA. Stuff ain't cheep at $7 a pint at the store.  Ground Breaker out of Portland OR is another fine beer. BithbthebIPA and Darknare excellent.

There are several outfits that do a process to remove gluten from beer. They obviously taste like beer Ommission is the first one that comes to mind. If you are sensitive it's best not to drink it because the caveat is the process removes 98% of the gluten.

Here are some products you may be surprised has wheat or gluten in it.
Cheap icecream,  soy sauce, some corn tortillas,  many corn breads..

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Ghostfish is gluten free as well. I don't care for beer much, but my brother likes it.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #28 on: December 16, 2017, 11:28:17 AM »
As far as actual recipes, pick your favorite food and do a search on google.  My wife finds a lot of her recipes on pintrest. It's actually pretty easy to cook gluten free, it just takes a little different recipe. Just about anything can be made gluten free really.  Asian and Mexican are easy.  Gluten free pasta can be found in most stores including Walmart.  Walmart even has their own store brand Gluten free items.  Their Gluten free mac and cheese is good if you get the kind with the cheese sauce.  You know, the fancy kind!  All sorts of cookies and snacks out there too.  Tons of Gluten free sauces available in stores now.  Mexican, BBQ and marinades, even Sportsmans Warehouse carries a gluten free Asian sauce.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #29 on: December 16, 2017, 01:43:55 PM »
Wife picked up Ausie Bites at Burlington Costco today that are GF, New GF crackers besindes the rice ones i mentioned...
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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #30 on: December 18, 2017, 01:38:27 AM »
My wife cooks and bakes for a friend with Lyme's disease every week.  Paleo and gluten free.  She took a special course at Gretchen's to help.  From soups to breads to hot dishes to snacks to energy bars.  Our friend is extremely particular about the strictness of the Paleo diet, and has never been unhappy with her meals.  Pm me if you're interested, I'm sure she'd love to share.

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Re: GLUTEN FREE COOKING
« Reply #31 on: December 18, 2017, 12:48:54 PM »
We have a child with celiac disease. Eating out while traveling can be difficult, requires planning ahead for meals. Cross contamination at home with things like peanut butter, mayo and butter or anything you spread on bread has to be addressed with seperate containers. If you eat out at pizza or burger restaurants be sure to ask them to use seperate condiments and that the food is prepared in an isolated area and that the workers change there gloves. If not you will be getting contaminated. It is a real issue, that has to be taken seriously.
The funny thing is that my family are wheat farmers.
On the beer topic, I believe that budweiser is gluten free.

 

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