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Old 01-02-2013, 09:10 AM   #61
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I will now be wheat free again. I go in spurts sometimes years before I backslide. I am actually allergic to wheat so should not eat it but I am weak when it comes to cookies. Got the carrot cake under control now thanks to Seabreezes delicious wheat free recipe.

I have a dehydrator and made some flaxseed crackers with it that are pretty good and work well with anything that needs a cracker. It was simply soaked flaxseeds spread thin and dehydrated so I was surprised that I liked them and they are very sturdy.

Otherwise, I do not try to make pretend bread since I think it is all terrible. Although years ago I found a millet bread at the healthfood store that was pretty good although fragile and kind of crumbly. Haven't seen it in ages though. Course I haven't looked either.

So for 2013 I will be wheatfree.
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:53 AM   #62
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Wonder if GF sprouted seed chips are really better for digestive issues? I tried some 'Way Better' brand sprouted tortilla chips over the holidays that were made from sprouted Flax seed, organic sprouted quinoa, sprouted brown rice, sprouted radish, daicon, brocolli & chia seed. I would love to know. Because they were quite tasty, organic, no wheat and non-GMO.
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:58 AM   #63
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I picked up a book from the Culinary Institute of America, "Gluten-Free Baking" and there are sections on both quick breads and yeast-breads. The book has 5 different baking mixes and some of the breads use a combination of the baking mixes. They range in protein/carbo content and "strength"The breads look beautiful and I do plan to give them a try when I get some of the mixes made up. I'll report on them.

Here's the author's website where he has the baking mixes up and some of the recipes:
Richard J. Coppedge, Jr., C.M.B., Profeesor in Baking & Pastry Arts at the Culinary Institute of America and Author of Gluten Free Baking: Gluten Free Easy - Featured Chefs and Authors

In the meantime, for cornbread, I can highly recommend the mix from Bob's Red Mill.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:07 AM   #64
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good question
I kinda-sorta-if I feel like it! Straight answer huh?
I limit the wheat caz it makes me wnt more, most times.
Except with woe- JUDDD.
Like yesterday was UD for me- goal 1,600 calories
My tracker, which I love. Said I was 27 over my limit.
I rejoiced! Very happy with that number.
I ate cornbread left over from last year! Still tasty, smile.
Most people have this in them, eat carbs- need more cornbread!
I have a very consciousness when I do have wheat.. I tell myself.
Look just eat a good serving size. Not a Hoss Cartwright serving
A serving that my size-female- iQ should have. That IQ part helps me LOTS.
Like I m too smart to eat 1/4 of the pan! Yikes. It's little tricks like that I use, eating woe-juddd helps my mind control totally!
This woe is a comfort. It's like I have a key now to not over eat or eat something full of sugar-wheat. I can have it, but have a handle on it. Judd's awesome for me.
SO glad all the big feast are over for most of us. I caved lots of times on UD during Xmas 4 feast, + left overs. Yikes, they are all gone. Life is easier.
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:04 AM   #65
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I mainly stay low carb and no wheat. I have found that baking substitutes with almond or coconut flour has been key to not feeling deprived!
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Meant to say that I also feel aches very soon after eating gluten!
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:28 AM   #67
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So happy, I started the new year with a gluten free honey oat bread recipe that actually worked, it was sooooo delicious! It's kinda long, so let me know if you'd like it posted, anyone...

Has anybody else heard of "Leaky Gut Syndrome"? there's a theory that wheat damages the small intestine and makes it permeable, which triggers autoimmune reactions. I'd love any input on healing a leaky gut, if anyone out there has experienced this!
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:42 AM   #68
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I was reading about leaky gut when I had a bad case of hives about a year and a half ago. I started taking probiotic capsules at that point. I was losing weight right about that time, and I wondered too, if it might be some toxins that my fat cells were releasing. Haven't had them since (knock on wood), but I am a seasonal allergy sufferer. I'll be interested to hear what you guys find out if you look further into it.
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good question
I kinda-sorta-if I feel like it! Straight answer huh?
I limit the wheat caz it makes me wnt more, most times.
Except with woe- JUDDD.
Like yesterday was UD for me- goal 1,600 calories
I rejoiced! Very happy with that number.
I ate cornbread left over from last year! Still tasty, smile.
Most people have this in them, eat carbs- need more cornbread! I have a very consciousness when I do have wheat.. I tell myself.
Look just eat a good serving size. Not a Hoss Cartwright serving
A serving that my size-female- iQ should have. That IQ part helps me LOTS.
Like I m too smart to eat 1/4 of the pan! Yikes. It's little tricks like that I use, eating woe-juddd helps my mind control totally!
This woe is a comfort. It's like I have a key now to not over eat or eat something full of sugar-wheat. I can have it, but have a handle on it. Judd's awesome for me.
SO glad all the big feast are over for most of us. I caved lots of times on UD during Xmas 4 feast, + left overs. Yikes, they are all gone. Life is easier.
Too funny! That's how I feel, too.
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So happy, I started the new year with a gluten free honey oat bread recipe that actually worked, it was sooooo delicious! It's kinda long, so let me know if you'd like it posted, anyone...

Has anybody else heard of "Leaky Gut Syndrome"? there's a theory that wheat damages the small intestine and makes it permeable, which triggers autoimmune reactions. I'd love any input on healing a leaky gut, if anyone out there has experienced this!
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Would love the recipe when you have time. Can you scan it into your computer and then copy here?

Many thanks.
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Would love the recipe when you have time. Can you scan it into your computer and then copy here?

Many thanks.
Here's the link to the recipe:

Barefeet In The Kitchen: Honey and Oat Gluten Free Bread

turned out even better than it looks!
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So happy, I started the new year with a gluten free honey oat bread recipe that actually worked, it was sooooo delicious! It's kinda long, so let me know if you'd like it posted, anyone...

Has anybody else heard of "Leaky Gut Syndrome"? there's a theory that wheat damages the small intestine and makes it permeable, which triggers autoimmune reactions. I'd love any input on healing a leaky gut, if anyone out there has experienced this!
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There's a good explanation of "Leaky Gut Syndrome" in the book Practical Paleo, along with some advice about what supplements to take to heal a leaky gut. The crucial thing seems to be to figure out what foods your body isn't tolerating well and avoiding them totally; wheat is often the culprit, but some people might have a problem with some other food (such as dairy or eggs or corn). If it would be helpful, I could post what the author of Practical Paleo suggests in terms of foods and supplements to heal from Leaky Gut Syndrome. (Let me know if you want me to do that.) My sense is that one should avoid every little bit/trace of a food that one has intolerance to; just eating less of it isn't going to resolve the problem. That's what I did when diagnosed with an intolerance to cow dairy; after strictly avoiding it for 9 months, I could eat it again without negative symptoms (luckily, in my case).

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There's a good explanation of "Leaky Gut Syndrome" in the book Practical Paleo, along with some advice about what supplements to take to heal a leaky gut. The crucial thing seems to be to figure out what foods your body isn't tolerating well and avoiding them totally; wheat is often the culprit, but some people might have a problem with some other food (such as dairy or eggs or corn). If it would be helpful, I could post what the author of Practical Paleo suggests in terms of foods and supplements to heal from Leaky Gut Syndrome. (Let me know if you want me to do that.) My sense is that one should avoid every little bit/trace of a food that one has intolerance to; just eating less of it isn't going to resolve the problem. That's what I did when diagnosed with an intolerance to cow dairy; after strictly avoiding it for 9 months, I could eat it again without negative symptoms (luckily, in my case).
I did a search for a video describing the symptoms and it scared me.
I think the main reason for me is that I have a close friend who had Crohn's to the point that he wasn't getting well. We nearly lost him. I watched several youtubes and the medical one is probably the most thorough. I have wondered about my son who is battling with some pretty rough IBS? He has been to specialist and not able to pinpoint the exact issues. He does have many allergies and specifically to grass and pollen. Not sure about his food allergies?
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There's a good explanation of "Leaky Gut Syndrome" in the book Practical Paleo, along with some advice about what supplements to take to heal a leaky gut. The crucial thing seems to be to figure out what foods your body isn't tolerating well and avoiding them totally; wheat is often the culprit, but some people might have a problem with some other food (such as dairy or eggs or corn). If it would be helpful, I could post what the author of Practical Paleo suggests in terms of foods and supplements to heal from Leaky Gut Syndrome. (Let me know if you want me to do that.) My sense is that one should avoid every little bit/trace of a food that one has intolerance to; just eating less of it isn't going to resolve the problem. That's what I did when diagnosed with an intolerance to cow dairy; after strictly avoiding it for 9 months, I could eat it again without negative symptoms (luckily, in my case).
I would love to hear those suggestions--I just checked my local library and there are 83 holds ahead of me for that book! thank you!
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I have been going wheat-free for awhile now. I wondered why, when I first started on JUDDD and stopped Low carbing, my stomach hurt constantly and I always felt bloated. I took bread back out of the equation and felt ALOT better. Now that I'm low carb and JUDDDing, if I want bread, I just fix a flax seed OMM. It's big enough to make a sandwich out of if I feel I must have something resembling a sandwich.

And this was all before I ever read Wheat Belly. Reading it just confirmed what I had thought all along.
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I have celiac disease so I only eat Gluten Free!
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:20 AM   #77
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I am currently eating a GF Millet Chia bread. It is by far the BEST GF bread I have ever tasted!
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Who is the bread made by? It does sound good.
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Yep. No wheat. Allergic. When I first found out, I used GF products and actually was able to lose a lot of weight staying low cal kind of WW style. Then I stalled, going on 3 years now at about the same weight. Up and down a few pounds depending on lifestyle. Added back wheat with JUDDD with baaaad results. Now trying VLC/MP/HF with JUDDD. It was easier to drop the wheat this time when I dropped other starchy/sugary things.
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I don't think I have a serious wheat or gluten allergy, but I feel so much better when I avoid it. I started on LCHF 2 days after xmas and eliminated all grains at that time. Yesterday I decided to treat myself to a low-carb tortilla, and it gave me such a stomach ache! I'll be avoiding wheat products in the future even if I stop low-carbing.
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Who is the bread made by? It does sound good.
Udi's Millet Chia bread. I always eat it toasted but , if it wasn't frozen, it would probably be ok just like real bread. I buy it at the Health food store and it isn't that expensive either!
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