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Old 04-07-2010, 01:54 PM   #11
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Dietary restrictions are so hard! When we were GF, DF (egg free, nut free, etc), I found that some online food blogs were exactly what I needed to inspire me. The gorgeous pics were appetizing and people often comment on how the recipe worked for them. My fav GF blog is http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/. Not all the recipes are DF, but she usually gives easy substitutions if it's not. HTH!

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Old 04-10-2010, 10:50 AM   #12
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Re: Gluten Free, dairy free and in a cooking rut...

Heres my new favorite, Thai inspired Steak Salad
(it's on my blog though)
http://noguchidesigns.blogspot.com/2...eak-salad.html

Also with all those eggs do you make frittatas?
it's like 8 eggs per pan and substitutes as a pizza for me, no need for cheese, but you can add on anything to the top.
Heres one for example http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Spinach...ta/Detail.aspx (adjust as needed)
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Dietary restrictions are so hard! When we were GF, DF (egg free, nut free, etc), I found that some online food blogs were exactly what I needed to inspire me. The gorgeous pics were appetizing and people often comment on how the recipe worked for them. My fav GF blog is http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/. Not all the recipes are DF, but she usually gives easy substitutions if it's not. HTH!
I love her blog!!! everything we've tried has turned out really awesome!
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There is some recipes at http://www.beautifulbarefeet.blogspot.com/ mostly for adaptations of fried foods that gf can't have, maybe that will get your creative juices flowing.
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Hormel has some gluten free sandwich meats. I don't think it keeps very long, though. Look for the burgundy box....Natural something or other. It says gluten free right on it.
I feel your pain on the pizza, and I know the Hormel meats you are suggesting! I buy them and freeze until the week when i know i will make sandwiches. Ive been gluten, dairy, corn, egg, peanut and soy free since my LO was 2 months old and started showing signs of "colic' which were relieved when I eliminated those foods from my diet. I'm looking forward to weaning after he is a year old so that I can have a HUGE omlete!
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lol, ive been dairy free since my son was about 4 months old, and he'll be 3 in october... my friend says when he weans, shes taking me out for a weaning party and the melting pot.... yum
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I use almond flour for cooking. Try elanaspantry.com for recipes. She is on facebook too. Her cookbook is awesome! I am gluten-free,wheat-free, rice-free,soy-free. The nuggets made with almond flour are amazing! Even the rest of the family who don't eat like me love them!
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Break out the crockpot!
I like the recipes at crockpot365.blogspot.com
They arent all dairy free, but I don't see why you couldn't substitute
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