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Old 06-25-2012, 02:09 PM   #11
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P. Fiona,

Appreciate the information. I know nothing about gluten allergies ... I shall have to read up on it ... However, there are just so many hours in a day.

Therefore, my next question is: how does someone who suffers from this allergy, eat bread ? Is there a gluten substitute in the bread Marked Gluten Free ?

Thanks for your time to explain and / or recommend a website.

Have a nice Monday.
Ciao. Margi.
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Old 06-25-2012, 03:40 PM   #12
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I'm pretty sure they have gluten free bread.
I've seen gluten free pizza. I think.
I just woke up not thinking straight yet... need coffee.
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Old 06-25-2012, 03:48 PM   #13
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Yeah they make gluten free bread.
I saw rice flour on list of ingredients.
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Old 06-25-2012, 05:00 PM   #14
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P. Fiona,

Appreciate the information. I know nothing about gluten allergies ... I shall have to read up on it ... However, there are just so many hours in a day.

Therefore, my next question is: how does someone who suffers from this allergy, eat bread ? Is there a gluten substitute in the bread Marked Gluten Free ?

Thanks for your time to explain and / or recommend a website.

Have a nice Monday.
Ciao. Margi.
Here is information from The Mayo Clinic: Gluten-free diet: What's allowed, what's not - MayoClinic.com

I know in general what someone on a gluten-free diet can and cannot eat. I am actually leaning towards that for Shrek and I...might help with some of our diabetes problems.
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Old 06-25-2012, 06:47 PM   #15
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I'd make lobster bisque. You can add some shrimp or crabmeat to it. I have the lobster shells in my freezer--haven't gotten around to making the bisque.

BTW, wild rice isn't on the Mayo list. Wild rice is gluten free.
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Old 06-25-2012, 07:02 PM   #16
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Wild rice is a wonderful addition to any soup or stew, makes a great side by itself too! Living in Alberta, I would bet you could find the "wild" wild rice.
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Old 06-25-2012, 08:18 PM   #17
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I'd make lobster bisque. You can add some shrimp or crabmeat to it. I have the lobster shells in my freezer--haven't gotten around to making the bisque.

BTW, wild rice isn't on the Mayo list. Wild rice is gluten free.
All rice is gluten-free. Gluten is in wheat, barley and rye.
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Old 06-26-2012, 04:15 AM   #18
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Princess Fiona: Appreciate The Information On Gluten

Buon Giorno, Fiona,

Thanks Fiona for the valuable information on Gluten. I shall definitely read the two websites that you have suggested.

I had a dear Cuban friend Maria, in Miami Beach years ago, who suffered dreadfully from " natal diabetis " ... Her Mom before her, as well ...

She had gone for Acupuncture which seemed to have helped her quite a bit. The Acupuncturist, Quinn Martinelli, is located on South Miami Beach, Florida and she swore by her ... She is a New Mexican native and had studied at the Institute of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in Alburquerque, N.M.

I do not know if you would consider this, however, perhaps you can contact Quinn and ask for a Montana recommendation or the Institute in N.M.

Maria had tried everything, diet wise ... However, it worked at the kick off however, she needed something to get to the Core ...

Let me know your viewpoint on Acupuncture.

Kind regards, and have a lovely Tuesday.
Ciao, Margi.
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:36 AM   #19
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When I make a shellfish stock, I use the shell and heads. I always skim the fat well. If you used the head in your stock and didn't skim the fat well enough, it is possible that it has gone rancid. I've had this happen with crawfish tails in as little as three months. Seems that shellfish fat does go rancid in the freezer in a relatively short period of time. Just my experience.
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Old 06-26-2012, 12:40 PM   #20
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Ms. Beans: Bouillaisbaise with Arborio Rice

Buonsera,

Now that I have found out Rice is gluten free, I have thought that your shellfish stock would make a lovely fish and lobster, shrimp and fish stew served on a bed of Arborio short grain rice ...

Similar to a Paella except more like a fish and shellfish soup stew; not a soup and not a stew --- in between

Have a lovely Tuesday.
Ciao.
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