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Tagged With "Powdered Flavoring"

Tagged With "Powdered Flavoring"

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    I tried this bread and my family loved it. My older son who doesn't have any food allergies ate 2 slices with butter and wanted more. My husband didn't think it tasted like gluten free bread at all! Thanks for this recipe. I was using egg replacer before and it didn't have much flavor. I like the extra vitamins that we are getting by using sweet potato too. ��
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    Good Morning! I'm a Mom of 2, ages 3.5 and 18 months. In our household we have an anaphylactic dairy allergy and a corn allergy. I am the one with the anaphylaxis and I've lived WELL with this allergy all my life. I'd just like to say that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and if there is extended family and friends who will cooperate with your food allergies, you can have a safe and delicious Thanksgiving. It's about trust... and about education... and possibly about providing recipes and...
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    Usually I would use Tinkyada's rice pasta but that has a ton of carbs and I'm trying to limit my carbs. These are miracle noodles, more specially angel hair noodles, and have no carbs/fat/calories/ect. They are made by a dietary fiber. For me, they were really good. They are made in a facility with soy but I was comfortable trying them. I used a small colander with a paper towel in it to rinse and drain them. The noodles themselves have no flavor but are really good with spices and sauce...
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    I came across a funky one while going through DS' candy tonight. I knew Tootsie Rolls have milk in them, but I was curiously reading the label while snacking on a lemon flavored one (habit ). Ingredients are: While the condensed skim milk does meet the plain English requirement for FALCPA labeling, the whey in it would not (as it is not clearly listed as "milk."). I wonder if it gets off on the technicality that it has another milk ingredient with the word milk in it.
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    Originally Posted by MACEMama: I came across a funky one while going through DS' candy tonight. I knew Tootsie Rolls have milk in them, but I was curiously reading the label while snacking on a lemon flavored one (habit ). Ingredients are: While the condensed skim milk does meet the plain English requirement for FALCPA labeling, the whey in it would not (as it is not clearly listed as "milk."). I wonder if it gets off on the technicality that it has another milk ingredient with the word milk...
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    Product Review: We tried the Aged White Cheddar Puffs and really liked them. They are mild in flavor and not salty. I was worried that the puffs would have the texture of Styrofoam, but they didn't. They melt in your mouth. The entire bag was gone within minutes. If you like nutritional yeast, you'll like these Puffs. Views and reviews expressed by volunteers and staff reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies Foundation.
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    We've done the dairy-free white chocolate bars from Premium Chocolatiers. They are a little waxier than I remember white chocolate being, and they are a little meltier (lack of emulsifiers maybe?), but the flavor is not bad.
  • File Comment
    Its a gluten free grain shaped like quinoa but not as bitter abd more corn like tasting. We make chicken catchatori with it add veggies and cumin for a great warm flavor.
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    Instead of water we use chicken stick for extra flavor. Its great with carrots green beans aspergius and purple onions
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