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Old 02-05-2013, 09:36 AM   #31
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Thanks Sunday, I'll look for it!

ETA: I did a search on that site and found that there are only 3 restaurants listed within 50 miles of me, but one of them is Old Spaghetti Factory, which I was surprised to see! They have my favorite dish listed as gluten free, if I order gluten free pasta. Thanks!!!!

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Old 02-05-2013, 09:45 AM   #32
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Thanks Sunday, I'll look for it!

ETA: I did a search on that site and found that there are only 3 restaurants listed within 50 miles of me, but one of them is Old Spaghetti Factory, which I was surprised to see! They have my favorite dish listed as gluten free, if I order gluten free pasta. Thanks!!!!
Do you have Outback Steakhouse? Or the Melting Pot? I noticed they have a lot of gf items. I love Ol Spaghetti Factory as well. Also, many restaurants are not listed on this site, because I noticed for instance BJ's has many gluten free items.
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:07 AM   #33
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Yes, we have an Outback. The restaurants listed were Outback, OSF, and a gluten free bakery.

I downloaded an app for my phone with fast food locations which offer GF options, but when I click on the links within the app, it won't open them.
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:25 AM   #34
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Red Robin has gf buns for their burgers.

The Dominos Pizza in our town has a gf crust option so other areas may too. It is thin and crispy and pretty good.
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:21 PM   #35
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Review of Wheat Belly Cookbook - Peanuts Gone Wild Muffins recipe

My resolution this year is to try at least one new LC baking recipe every weekend. This is my second recipe tested from the Wheat Belly Cookbook.

I didn't have peanut flour and substituted PB2 peanut butter powder for the 1/2 cup of peanut flour in the recipe. Prep time was 10 minutes and the recipe was very easy to put together. The recipe calls for 8 muffins but I got 9 ample, nicely formed muffins. I greased the muffin cups because I find the paper liners sometimes stick to nut flour baked goods. They browned to an attractive toffee color and smelled very peanuty. They were baked in exactly 20 minutes in my oven.

We couldn't wait for them to cool completely so they were still warm when we split them, added a smear of butter and a dollop of sugar free raspberry preserves. OMG! Delicious! Filling! My 11 year old loved them too!

At 15 carbs per muffin (I guess the carb count might be a little lower since I got 9 muffins out of the recipe) they will be an occasional but worth it treat on my table. For those who are simply watching wheat consumption and not concerned with carbs, this is a WINNER of a recipe!

I give Peanuts Gone Wild Muffins an A- (Only because I'm a carb watcher too - otherwise this would be a solid A).
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:12 PM   #36
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Subscribing.........starting to consider cutting down more on wheat products.
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Old 02-20-2013, 06:46 PM   #37
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I just read one of the Weat Belly blogs that said people who ate wheat tended to eat
400 calories more than people who didn't. Has anyone here tried this yet, has it automaticaly redused your food intake?
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:18 PM   #38
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I just read one of the Weat Belly blogs that said people who ate wheat tended to eat
400 calories more than people who didn't. Has anyone here tried this yet, has it automaticaly redused your food intake?
I eat a fraction of what I used to eat once I pulled wheat out of my diet. For the first time in my life, I know the difference between "hungry" and "cravings". I haven't had a craving since about 72 hours in to a wheat-free diet and my stomach hasn't grumbled once - that used to happen to me all day.
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:53 PM   #39
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I feel like this is finally a diet to change my life! I was low carbing, but it always left me wanting more food. I would have stomach rumbling so bad I couldn't sleep at night. Now, that I have cut out wheat, I finally know what being hungry is. No more out of control cravings. I have lost almost 9lbs in 2 weeks.


Now, can someone please tell me where I can find coconut flour?? Am I going to have to order online?
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:42 PM   #40
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I feel like this is finally a diet to change my life! I was low carbing, but it always left me wanting more food. I would have stomach rumbling so bad I couldn't sleep at night. Now, that I have cut out wheat, I finally know what being hungry is. No more out of control cravings. I have lost almost 9lbs in 2 weeks.


Now, can someone please tell me where I can find coconut flour?? Am I going to have to order online?
Congrats on the weight loss That is amazing!!

I can find coconut flour in my Publix supermarket. They have a nice selection of Bob's Red Mill products. However, I do buy mine online. Tropical Traditions is where I get anything coconut or related to coconuts. Love them
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:02 AM   #41
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Dawn, simply click on coconut flour in your post and it will take you to the coconut
flour sold by our host netrition.con .

Sensato Coconut Flour
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:59 AM   #42
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Dawn, simply click on coconut flour in your post and it will take you to the coconut
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Sensato Coconut Flour
Thanks for the tip! We don't have Publix here in TX. I found the Bob's one at HEB, but it was the last one and it looks like they aren't going to carry it anymore. But...I like the price on Netrition!
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:02 AM   #43
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Dawn, simply click on coconut flour in your post and it will take you to the coconut
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Sensato Coconut Flour
But I am NOT looking for it I have a bunch in my freezer.
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Now has anyone found a good glutin free bread. I found a brown rice bread but it was
realy horriable. I know the phrase " it taste like cardboard " is over used but in this case it realy did.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:08 PM   #45
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I have been eating out of controle for a long while so desided to give this a try. This
is day 3 without any wheat and it realy does seem like I am satisfied with a lot less food.
I was doing verry well on JUDDD for about 6 months and then realy blew it now in looking
back at it I may have started back eating wheat along the time my eating got back out of controle. Right now the only thing I am avoiding is the wheat. I have to say it's realy
strange being here at 7pm with a 1/2 galon of Ice cream in the refrigerator and me not wanting it ........
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:15 AM   #46
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Hi everyone....I'm reading wheat belly now also....I saw a long interview he did on youtube.....I can say that thankfully because of low carb, I'm feeling better and I think it's because of LC, but maybe even more because I'm off wheat and grains....etc.
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Old 03-02-2013, 06:05 PM   #47
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It seems like if you are going wheat ( glutin ) free because of celiac disease you have to avoid all sources of gluten. But I wonder if you are not suffering from celiac disease would verry small amounts of wheat like you see it 7th or lower on a food label be ok ?
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