Gluten free recipies

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    Gluten free recipies

    Hi, My husband was just diagnosed with celiac. We are having a hard time finding bread and the meatballs I made he hates. This is not easy. Can  anyone help?
     
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    Re: Gluten free recipies

    lalbe, I'm sorry to hear of your husband's diagnosis.  It will be a frustrating adjustment. 

    Whenever I modify a recipe for some reason (usually to reduce fat and sugar) it takes me about 4 tries to come up with something we both like.  Cut yourself some slack and maybe try a different variation of your new meatballs.

    Also, you are far from alone.  There are cookbooks for celiacs, and if I were you I'd go to Amazon.com and search on it. I like that site because so many people use it that things are usually customer rated.  In fact, I just typed "celiac cookbook" in the Amazon search and came up with too many 4.5 - 5 star books to list here.

    Best!

    ~kar
     
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    Re: Gluten free recipies

    I think it will be easier to discuss this with others if you were to delete the other thread before anyone posts to that one.
     
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    Re: Gluten free recipies

    Here are two websites that I have found to be a good source for some gluten-free recipes:

    http://mennonitegirlscancook.blogspot.com/
    http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/

    I know there are others.  Try a google search.  I hear Whole Foods has gluten free products, and I know that Market Basket does, too.
     
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    Re: Gluten free recipies

    Try the King Arthur website as they have gluten-free recipes.  Also sell gluten free products.
     
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