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9/15/09 8:18 A

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Bob's Red Mill carries a gluten free oatmeal but as rule oats are gluten contminted due to cross contmintion during gowing (gows side by side with wheat fields) and processing plants don't clean their equipment well enough. I don't use Bob's GF oats because they are very expensive.

I also use the Bob's mighty tasty hot cereal. And they have a pancake mix too. Can you get Glutino brand cereal? Rice Chex is supposed to be gluten free now too. Just gotta make sure it says GF on the box.

So mny different ways to prepare an egg...I just love them!

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9/15/09 12:36 A

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Unless I've got my facts wrong...again, LOL, I don't think "sprouted" (as delicious and hearty as that is) means gluten free. Depends on just what has been sprouted I guess. I really like Food For Life Brown Rice Tortillas.

Other than that Laura, you have some tastes right after my own heart---what you said; YUM!!

I'm just remembering something I used to make for myself when I had to go gluten free for a while. I would plop a fried or poached or soft boiled egg on top of a helping of rice along with some kind of seasoning or sauce or salsa...or just salt and pepper. That was good. I also made pancakes out of amaranth flour.

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9/14/09 11:58 P

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I like the idea of scrambling some eggs and adding some spinach and mushrooms and tomatoes and putting it on a sprouted grain tortilla. I get these sprouted grain tortillas, made without flour, from Costco. They are organic also. I think they are made by Healthy Way???

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9/14/09 11:10 P

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Breakfast ideas:
There are other grains that can be cooked like oatmeal like buckwheat groats or cracked rice. Have you ever tried oat groats? ("Groats" just means that the grain has been cracked into pieces that cook up a lot faster than the whole grain.) Cracked cereals might be a way to do something different. Add a erythritol sweetener if you are concerned about sugar for any reason.
Can't imagine being sick of eggs; I love them so much but then I get mine fresh from a neighboring farm.

How about pancakes made from gluten-free flours.
Eggs with salsa, beans and onions on a gluten-free tortilla with lettuce or spinach might be good--I often use rice tortillas--very tasty. Or switch the eggs for tempeh---yum

Don't know if any of these ideas appeal to you. I'm an old lady with back-to-the-earth tastes that I've been carrying around for a long time...LOL!

There certainly are some, as you say, "sucky" GF breads on the market but there are some pretty good ones too. Food For Life brand makes some tasty ones. Well, they're not as good as a bread made with wheat, especially just cold but when toasted they are really good. Just drizzle on a tiny bit of olive oil, smother with mushrooms, tomato sauce and tempeh. (that's what I had for dinner tonight and it was great!) I think that would make a good breakfast as well. You only need protein, some veggie/fruit and some carbs and you've got breaky!

Edited by: ANIDUCK at: 9/14/2009 (23:18)
Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it's a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they're terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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9/14/09 11:04 P

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Check out the recipes here & ideas here:
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9/14/09 10:54 P

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I use Bob's Mill fiber hot cereal and I LOVE it. I mean nothing else comes close. I whip in 3-5 egg whites and let it thicken. Then add my cinnamon, agave nector, flax meal and fresh blueberries. Keeps me full till mid afternoon and then I have to make myself make lunch.

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9/14/09 10:42 P

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I'm not so sure that "Kashi" products are gluten-free. I haven't purchased any for a long time because I just cut down on a lot of packaged stuff (I still have some occasionally--not religious about it). "Kashi" brand cereals and bars didn't used to be gluten-free 'cuz they had some wheat in them. Someone clue me in on this one---maybe I can check it out myself--well, I'm not finding anything that is Kashi, gluten free. Which product are you using Beccie?

Also, there are different ways to cook oatmeal that drastically change it's texture. How do you cook it, ANDROGENIE? Do you start with putting the rolled oats into boiling water or cold water? Do you use plain rolled oats or quick or instant? Just askin.

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it's a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they're terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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9/14/09 10:11 P

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how about smoothies or protien shakes? Yogart and berries with home made granola.

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9/14/09 8:31 P

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Have you tried any of Bob's Red Mill products? They have all kinds of gluten free stuff. You could use to make pancakes... they have cereals, mixes, oats...
www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free/

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9/14/09 8:29 P

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How about Kashi cereals? I like the honey and almond. Not only for breakfast. Put it in a baggy and take it on the run.

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9/14/09 8:21 P

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I'm getting a little sick of eggs and omlettes....any ideas? GF bread sucks :-P and I can't stand the texture of cooked oatmeal (it's fine in cookies, but not as a stand-alone food).



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