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    Gluten, Dairy and Egg free suitable recipes

    These recipes are to give some ideas as a starting point for gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free cooking. Where pasta is called for-substitute suitable gluten-free pasta. Butter-use a vegan margarine. Eggs -usa an egg replacer. Up to one cup of whet flour-use a gluten-free flour blend or a fine grind/asian style rice flour. Milk-use soy, nut milk, rice milk or lactose free milk (depending on what is suitable for your diet. For lactose free cheese- either a hard cheese like parmesan or tasty/matured cheese may be suitable eor use soy cheese.Powdered milk- use soy compound powder. Chocolate-use a vegan, dairy-free chocolate(eg "Sweet William" brand) or a suitable carob. Soy sauce-use gluten-free soy sauce or gluten-free tamari sauce. As always check all labels thoroughly every time you purchase a product. Speak with your doctor/health professional about your diet and your specific needs.
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    Quinoa makes a great gluten free hot breakfast /porridge. 5 to 10 minutes and it is ready.

    Recipe #235630

    A simple vegetable soup made without dairy. Leeks are noted for being rich in iron and the garlic/onion are noted for their immune boosting qualities. For some extra protein stir in some beans such as cannellini beans after the soup has been blended and heat through. Serve with some crusty bread, cornbread or a bread roll. An excellent soup for the colder months or for a quick re-heat lunch to take with you to work. I like to use butternut pumpkin but you can use any variety of pumpkin. I use Massell brand stock that is gluten free and animal product free (including their chicken stock). Shown in my posted photo with gluten free "recipe#218469"

    Recipe #237528

    This recipe was given to me whilst I was on an allergy elimination diet. It has no gluten, dairy or eggs. A basic recipe, but not bad when your diet is restricted. The best rice flour to use is a very fine textured flour-you can buy it at most asian grocers. The coarser textured rice flour will taste gritty in your baked goods. It's been a while since I made these-so I'm guessing that they serve 4. These are also vegetarian. As all gluten-free flours are a little different in how much liquids they absorb-add some extra liquid if required to achieve the right consistency

    Recipe #258425

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