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what's for dinner?
I can do flour substitutes, that would be awesome but also am watching carbs (when the server goes by I slobber)
Carbs are what makes your brain happy. Gawd. You cut them out completely? That's so hard!
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Not completely just dialed back. It's actually king of difficult to be gluten free out and about.
(10-13-2021, 06:44 PM)BigMark Wrote:  gluten free 

I'm seeing more & more brand name business's promote their gluten free products, flour, breads, muffins, stuff like that.
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Namaste flour is a nice flour to use for substitue
Or just using a brown rice flour, oat flour or quinioa flour-based on what sort of flavor you are going for. Oh-for banana bread or muffins I use hazel nut flour.
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(10-11-2021, 10:14 PM)Carsman Wrote:
(10-11-2021, 10:08 PM)MirahM Wrote: Mostly, it might have had a small scoop of ice cream on it. I had some corn flakes with granola.

Last night I made pancakes, just like I like them, crispy. I added a twist, I tried some lemon and ginger on one and it was quite tasty.

Good for you, adventurous one aren't you?  Smiley_emoticons_wink

A little yes. Or a lot. I don't know. I also just try to find ways to add certain ingredients during cold season. I like to experiment and play the "what if" game also.
Sometimes I end up in trouble, but sometimes I don't.