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Old 06-09-2012, 09:38 PM   #11
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Re: Gluten free on a budget

I will be watching this thread as we are going to try a gluten free casein free diet with my 5yo with HFA


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Old 06-09-2012, 09:48 PM   #12
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Re: Gluten free on a budget

We're partially gluten-free, as in we eat GF dinners most nights. I like to make porcupine meatballs, shepherd's pie, chicken and rice, grilled kabobs, meatloaf (use GF oats instead of breadcrumbs) and GF cornbread (I make it from scratch and use safe corn meal), hamburgers on the grill (no bun just on a plate with toppings, I cube the kids and they dip it), bean and ham soup or vegetable soup in the crock pot, spaghetti using spaghetti squash strings instead of the noodles, chicken drumsticks on the grill, tacos/nachos with corn shells/chips, white chicken chili, loaded baked potatoes. The kids like PB on rice cakes, all fresh fruits and veggies, freeze dried or just dried fruits and veggies, popcorn, homemade granola bars, trail mix, meat and cheese roll-ups.
B... newly type II diabetic, wife to B 9/16/05, mama to B 1/23/07 H 9/27/08 (after three years of GI issues FINALLY getting a celiac diagnosis!) and our miracle baby C who joined us 9/6/2011, and is forever greatful to his "milk mamas" who pump for us! We do lots of crunchy things and some soggy things, too.
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