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    Gluten Free Food Storage

    Sat Apr 22, 2006 7:56 pm Groupie
    I am new to gluten free cooking and baking and have a question about food storage. I am trying to make as much as I can from scratch, but am still in the learning stages of the whole gluten free world, so I'm relying on some prepackaged foods and premixed baking mixes, i.e. pancakes, bread, brownies, etc. Can anyone tell if everything I make from the prepackaged mixes needs to be refrigerated? So far, only the breadmix has said that it needs to be refrigerated after baking. I'm making brownies right now and am concerned about storage after they are cooled. Thanks for any information you can provide! icon_biggrin.gif
    katie in the UP
    Tue Apr 25, 2006 5:13 am Groupie
    I'm not very educated when it comes to gluten free....but it seems they do need to be refrigerated.
    Most rice products spoil quickly.
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