The title sounds like it is a rip off from one of the Amar chitra comics I grew up on.  Abhi is another mother and has just started off on the GFCF diet. Half a month into the diet
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It has beeen quite some time since I posted something on GFCF cooking. Most visitors coming to my blog are looking at Ragi (finger millet) as a GFCF substitutue.So for the raagi lovers, here it is Raagi halwa. Just hold on, as I would also like to add that on the therapy side there was
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This is a mail send to me by Gina, a  lot of must know facts about gluten and the harmful effects it has on your body and mind.  The article posted by Mark hyman on gluten in the Huffington post,  states that celiac disease and gluten sensitivity masquerade as dozens and dozens of other diseases
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This is a snack that is really crunchy, mouth watering and easy to make. Dosa batter 1 cup Jeera/cumin seeds 1 tbsp GFCF sooji 4 tbsp Soda 1/4 tsp Salt as per taste Oil to deep fry Take thick dosa batter add jeera,  sooji, salt and soda. Take the batter, make  small rounds by hand and deep fry
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When I started on the GFCF diet, this was one of my favourite google searches.I have always been worried as to what to send with him. One, Ramam had never carried any packed lunch.So to getting him started was tricky and I was never sure what could I send with him for a) it had
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Ragi is supposedly one of the easily digestible least allergenic grains available. It is a good source of proteins, calcium and iron. It is one of the reasons it is given to babies in a porridge form. It also has a cooling effect on the body. The good news is, it has laxative properties too.This
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I have taken the vegan version from madhuram’s eggless cooking.This one is for you Gina.I have tried egg replacers but it has not worked for me.Maybe I have yet to figure it out. Like when the recipe calls for 1 egg, then 1 tablespoon of egg substitute in warm water may work as well. Here the
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Amaranth atta,( Rajgirah atta ) is something I have not used recently. It is one of the lesser talked about wheat substitutes. A reading of the nutritional values of this flour has made me rethink the value add it can do to baking. Once I had substituted gluten free oats with this atta in one
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Socializing with a GFCF menu can be tough. These are some steps one can take to reduce the hardships involved. Inform the host of the diet and there are can be one or two items that are GFCF. A fruit salad for dessert is a healthy option. Carry your own food, one main dish that
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I have added an amazon store in the blog for autistic children. It has been a great learning experience. There is of course a great range of books, software to choose from . That apart, I was amazed at the range of GFCF products available.The purpose of this store is multifold. One is to generate
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