Daily Archives: July 23, 2010

Gluten-Free Easy Skillet Meatloaf

-Description Cooking the meatloaf in a skillet rather than in the oven means your kitchen stays cool and you’ll have a rich, tasty sauce. The addition of nutrient, fiber-rich rice bran and flax take the place of breadcrumbs, keeping the meat moist and soft. Ingredients 1 pound ground meat  (meatloaf mix of part beef, pork, and veal or beef chuck or ...

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Gluten-Free Apple Dumplings

When Apple Dumplings are baking, their unmistakable aroma fills the air. Much more satisfying than apple pie, everyone is sure to appreciate them.   Ingredients Pastry for 2 pie shells (see below) 6 medium tart apples (Jonathon, Pink Lady, Winesap, Granny) 2/3 cup raisins 2/3 cup chopped walnuts (optional) 6 tablespoons fructose or honey 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ...

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Gluten-Free Nutty Buckwheat Pancakes

They have a pleasing aroma, brown color, and a hearty bite. Buckwheat is famously healthy, strengthening blood vessels and supplying essential vitamins and minerals. Note: buckwheat is not a grain or a member of the wheat family. Rather, it is the seed of a vegetable and belonging to the rhubarb family. Early settlers named these nourishing, native seeds ‘buckwheat’ because ...

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Toxic Trio Identified as the Basis of Celiac Disease

ScienceDaily (July 22, 2010) — Walter and Eliza Hall Institute scientists have identified the three protein fragments that make gluten — the main protein in wheat, rye and barley — toxic to people with coeliac disease. Their discovery opens the way for a new generation of diagnostics, treatments, prevention strategies and food tests for the millions of people worldwide with coeliac ...

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