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I don't know that it would work. Rice flour is super-fine ground rice--think of rice that has gone through a grinder--and it has the properties of rice, so it will absorb water like rice does when you cook it. Potato flour is form potatoes that have been dried and I don't know that they would re-hydrate the same way. BUT potato flour isn't so terribly expensive and I would encourage you to try it. Assume it will flop and if it doesn't you will be pleasantly surprised. Also keep in mind that...
I think you will wind up w/ a big lump of glue if you try using potato flour. I'm assuming you really mean potato flour and not potato starch (which I don't think would work either). Potato flour is more like dehydrated potatoes and is really, really gummy (I clogged all the pipes in my sink when I dumped some down the drain while running hot water!) Do you have any other flours to work with??
THat is what I was afraid of. I worked with rice in our last trial, so I KWIM. I also have found that potato treat the same tends to be a lump. Unfortunately, no, we don't have anything else for flour. HOwever, I have found that when things go ary, DS still doesn't mind trying them and we DO find "new foods". So thanks!! If I go for it, I"ll let you know how it turns out. Lisa
Concern mother 24/7 My 21 month old daughter has a peanut allergy and excema problems and now a new issue is her constipated bowels to few times vomiting been going on for a month and the doctors say it's normal, but as a mother I say no. Could there be a chance she is having a reaction to soy, milk,? My baby keeps developing one issue after another! She has had no appitte the last few days as well. I have researched and googled looking for answers. I lost my job over my daughter allergy 7...
My 13 year old daughter was just diagnosed with EoE a few months ago. We eliminated every food allergy (there are 14) from her diet and trialed them one by one. The ones we figured out that bother her are corn and coconut. The GI dr. wanted to do an endoscopy every 2 weeks with the introduction of each new food to check for the presence of eosinophils. My daughter was completely panicked about the thought of going through that every two weeks so we declined. Anyone else go through this?
Welcome @MissyLouWho to the KFA community. It sounds challenging to figure out what to do next. We'll try our best as parents to share what we know and lend our support. I moved your question to the Gastrointestinal Disorder forum where we can have a better discussion. Daughter diagnosed with EoE.Thoughts? Thank you for joining us here. Hugs from us all.
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