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    Inspired by Carol Fenster's Bread recipe, this gluten-free (and now dairy-free) bread recipe is wonderful. Not too dry, soft but not crumbly, and with just enough flavour, this is perfect for sandwiches. It can also make a french style bread if you skip the rising stage.

    Recipe #226855

    A great gift for the Holiday season. From the BBC's Vegetarian Christmas Magazine.

    Recipe #203103

    A wonderful mix of mature flavours give a surprising sophistication to this simple recipe. Perfect for cheese and wine and an ideal gift for Christmas.

    Recipe #203104

    I'm not exactly fond of eggs, but there are times when you have to eat them. This is a really simple and easy way to to use them. Especially useful after Easter! Also good for testing eggs in elimination diets. Preparation time includes boiling and peeling eggs.

    Recipe #164941

    This works well as a creamy sauce for pasta. Especially useful for those unable to have dairy or tomato sauces. This is a beginning point, and maybe quite useful for Elimination Diets. For those with less restrictions, I'd suggest adding herbs and onions to taste. (I plan on developing such a recipe once I'm allowed onions again.) I've been eating this with rice & millet pasta twists.

    Recipe #163358

    This isn't intended to be better than normal houmous, it just conforms to a local hospital Elimination Diet (UK) It's adjusted to eliminate the lemon juice and still be edible. It's actually alright as elimination foods go. The houmous goes well with carrots and celery as well as on rice cakes. I like the spinach version on rice cakes especially as it gives you another flavour. TEST FOOD: For testing onions you can add two tablespoons of onions to the spinach houmous. If you gain onions I'd just add one tablespoon there after.

    Recipe #162649

    This is Be-Ro recipe, my family's favorite cook book. These are a smash at Christmas and always one of the first cookies to disappear!

    Recipe #162647

    I hate eating plain salads. Even oil dressings I'm not keen on. When you can't eat anything else this might help. It's specifically for a local hospital's Elimination Diet (UK). It goes well on salad topped with raisins. I'm not going to kid you that this tastes fantastic, on a restricted diet nothing's going to, but my boyfriend who refuses to eat any of my food admits it's not bad. UPDATED: I found it hard to use up the left over tofu before it went off, so I now make it to be OAMC. I've found it freezes quite well. Details at the bottom of directions

    Recipe #162646

    Another recipe I grew up with from the Bero book. This is a wonderfully thick sauce, great with mashed potatoes, steamed veg, and especially broccoli. Works well as a make-ahead, after being cooled in the fridge you can literally just cut a slice off the block so you easily get as much as you want. I usually buy the strongest shredded cheddar I can find as my joints won't put up with doing it myself. I'd advise picking the strength of cheese you are fond of though. I've listed it all as prep time as it needs fairly constant attention.

    Recipe #160710

    This is a great & simple way to add tofu to your diet. Especially if you are on a restricted diet. A lot of the taste will depend on the jam you use. I have a very tart one which is slightly odd. The jam can have seeds, as most of them break down in the blending.

    Recipe #160703

    I loved these growing up. They use the same batter as Toad in the Hole, so it's often convient to make these meals within a couple of days of each other.

    Recipe #157615

    Another Bero recipe popular in my family. This is usually served as one very filling portion for one person, but can easily be two or three if you add side dishes. I usually have about 1/3 to 1/2 a cup of batter left over to make a few pancakes the next morning.

    Recipe #157506

    This is filling and tasty without anything fancy going on. I tend to make two pans of this at once, so I have a few portions to stick in the freezer. Preparation time does not include soaking. For Food Intolerances be sure to check the ingredients on the stock cubes.

    Recipe #157246

    This is a great way to eat free-from bread. It satisfies the bread craving, and hides the odd texture often found in free-from breads. Be sure to check the bread ingredients if avoiding potatoes, dairy, or eggs. Some will only be wheat-free rather than gluten-free so chose as appropriate.

    Recipe #157201

    I found this in a UK supermarket magazine. These are frequently requested at my house. Makes a lovely brown cookie, with peanut chunks.

    Recipe #157200

    Obviously these won't be quite the same as the originals. I find them very sugary, but then I don't have much of a sweet-tooth. They have a good consistency though and a great peanut butter taste. For those with dietary restrictions they are a great treat.

    Recipe #156703

    My family's favorite cook book is printed by the Bero flour company. These cookies are always popular.

    Recipe #156701

    Wonderfully filling and so easy to make! Good no fuss soup. For food restrictions: Be sure to check the stock cubes for offending ingredients.

    Recipe #156697

    I really don't have much of a sweet-tooth, so I've modified this to have more cereal, the salt on the peanuts also helps cancel the sweetness. Great as a travel snack, and with peanuts they are quite filling. For food restrictions: THIS RECIPE ISN'T VEGETARIAN. Also check the cereal to make sure it is wheat-free.

    Recipe #156692

    Created by Dr. Nancy Dunne and published in "What to eat when you can't eat anything" by Chupi & Luke Sweetman. I've not tried it yet but wanted to share it with family. Remember this kind of bread doesn't rise, and as with many gulten free breads it may be better toasted. For Dairy-free diets chose the soya milk option. To make it nightshade free you have to check the baking powder for potato.

    Recipe #155813

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