Carrot walnut cake  1 cup walnuts 21/2 cups finely grated raw carrots 2 cups self raising flour ½ teaspoon salt 11/2 tsp ground cinnamon 4 eggs 11/2 cups granulated sugar 1 cup refined sunflower oil 2tsp vanilla essence/vanilla extract Roast the walnut until light brown, cool and chop coarsely. Peel and finely grate the carrot.
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Never try to manage an autistic; it is easier to engage one. When one is managing one is just clearing up the mess. Instead it is better to keep them engaged. Try not to say don’t do something, instead try and give him alternatives. Be lavish in your praise, it gives their self esteem a
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As this blog looks at GFCF diet as one of the great ways to make autism manageable it is important to answer this question WHY GFCF from a scientific view point. Diets play a crucial role in every individuals life. Especially for autism as these individuals have lot of mal-absorption issues. They may not be
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In todays post the savouries mentioned are south indian. Differnt kinds of savouries can be made using the machine shown in the picture with minor variations in the ingredients. These are essentially rice and dal based preparations.Most of them can be made and kept with a shelf life of 2 weeks.This needs a machine available
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Baking is fun, pure joy when the end products turn out to be wonderful. Fluffy, soft, crumbly in the centre and firm at the edges. Sounds just like some recipes’ one gets to read. GFCF baking is a challenge when one has to look for substitutes for the original ingredients. And it can be a
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The lunch and  dinner options are usually rice,dal, sabzi and rotis with an ocassional GFCF pasta cooked in Indian style.                        Rice is simple plain steamed rice. There are different rotis/parathas that we make for Harish. Raagi parathas               
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GFCF INDIAN BREAkFAST Harish breakfast comprises the following.   IDLIS and DOSAS   Idlis and dosa are primarily from  the south indian cuisine. There are variation to these. Raw rice- 3/4 glass Parboiled rice-11/4 glass Urad dal —1/2 glass       Soak the dal and rice for 3-4 hrs .Grind the urad dal till it
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An Indian GFCF regimen can be successful all the way,especially with the diverse traditional dishes various parts of this country follows. I have try to include some of those receipes as some of them in their original versions,some modified to suit the regimen.One has to make allowances for cookies and cakes,for more often than not
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We dithered on taking the Gluten Free Casein Diet for a long time and did it half heartedly for many years. We asked why GFCF? Today after 6 months of strict GFCF, I ask why not GFCF? Even if it has no benefits whatsoever, why not try it. OK, the usual feeling, why deprive our child of
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I have learnt ( or more precisely been taught by Harish)  that ‘to believe that it is possible’ is the key to achieving success in handling Autism. Learning to ride a bicycle is not an easy task for any kid, let alone someone with Autism. Harish first got his tricycle when he was, I think around
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