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« on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 06:45 pm »

... would be appreciated...
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« Reply #1 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:43 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?
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« Reply #2 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:44 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD






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« Reply #3 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:45 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!
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« Reply #4 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:46 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!

That's not what you asked, i could have been rude
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« Reply #5 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:48 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!

That's not what you asked, i could have been rude
it was implied, due to this being a RECIPES room!!!

 
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« Reply #6 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:49 pm »

here, try herika's recipies...she's a great cook & nice person.

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Health-beauty/Other/auction-127276664.htm
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« Reply #7 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:50 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!

That's not what you asked, i could have been rude
it was implied, due to this being a RECIPES room!!!

 

Nothing is what it seems when you have consumed a whole bottle of wine
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« Reply #8 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:52 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!

That's not what you asked, i could have been rude
it was implied, due to this being a RECIPES room!!!

 

Nothing is what it seems when you have consumed a whole bottle of wine

   i only had three glasses and a large voddy
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« Reply #9 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:57 pm »

ok, where do we start....


what do you like to eat?



Ummmmm FOOD









what sort of foods???!!!

That's not what you asked, i could have been rude
it was implied, due to this being a RECIPES room!!!

 

Nothing is what it seems when you have consumed a whole bottle of wine

   i only had three glasses and a large voddy

Are you not feeling well tonight
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« Reply #10 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 09:59 pm »

i must be,

having a cup of tea and a large wodge of choccy cake now!
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« Reply #11 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 10:01 pm »

hmmm choccy cake, just what i feel like .... probably not safe to bake one now tho
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« Reply #12 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 10:01 pm »

i must be,

having a cup of tea and a large wodge of choccy cake now!

watch out for that choccy cake, specially if it was made in that other thread on here...... 
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« Reply #13 on: Sat 17 November, 2007 - 10:02 pm »

nope, loverly gluten free one
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« Reply #14 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 10:42 am »

gluten free chocolate brownies



1 cup Healtheries Simple Baking Mix, 2 cups caster sugar, 2/3 cup cocoa, 125g dark chocolate  bits, 4 eggs beaten, 1 cup oil, 2 tsps vanilla essence, ice cream (optional), extra dark chocolate(optional)
fPreheat oven to 160 C. combine caster sugar, sifted simple baking mix, cocoa and chocolate in a bowl. Add beaten eggs, oil, vanilla and fold in until combined. Pour into a 27cm x 18cm tin lined with baking paper. bake for 40-45mins. do not overcook as brownie should still be fudgy in the centre. serve warm with icecream, drizzle extra melted chocolate over icecream.
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« Reply #15 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 05:03 pm »

soz jj just crawled back into the thread... i like lots of things... but i find lunch is the worst, its not easy to just have something you can eat on the run...
i havent read the whole thread but will.

i must admit i mostly like meat not keen on veges but eat them cos i know they are good for me.... i think the biggest problem is that the kids dont want to be having gluten free food all the time and i dont wanbt to be cooking 2 diffrent meals every day... bfast i have sorted woith cereal and my g free toast. Dinner i quite often can ust adapt but lunch and snacks are really my big thing.

I have the nice and natual nut bars and im almost sick of them.

I need some ideas for things, i love the ceoliac bakery but the downfall iof that is that being of a convienience food it is alot hight in calories and so i have cut most of them back to once in a while foods... great hey are there but i cant live on that sort of stuff. well not every day
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« Reply #16 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:10 pm »

sorry to sound like a boring s**t, but snacking is a pain. mostly just fruit and the nut bars.
sometimes salads from subway but easier to make your own, and less risky.
if i'm out and about and near a mall lunch is usually curry. always ask first but i have yet to find a curry place that uses flour in the curries.
sushi!!!  made at home is fantastic for snacking. use tamori (sp) instead of soya sauce. and before you say ewwww yuk seaweed, Mrs JJ makes fab sushi and no way will eat seaweed, she buys mamanori (sp) a green soy bean stuff comes in sheets like the seaweed but has no taste. or we sometimes use rice paper to wrap it.
Mrs JJ bought a sushi 'machine'  from aquisitions. easy to do. molds it into a roll and all you do is wrap it.
junk food for snaks... rashuns and twisties, corn not flour and soho crackers.

making meals is easy, the whole family eats the same thing. just don't use packet stuff.
to make sauces use gluten free flour, noone will no the difference, and we use a gf gravey thickener. there is always arrowroot or corn flour for thickening as well.
once you get into it it's easier to do all meals 'from scratch' so to speak than do cans and packets. check your baked beans they should be ok, so beans on toast is ok Smiley
rissotto, great stuff and easy to do from scratch.
macaroni cheese the cheats way...
simple brand mac elbows, boil till just tender, drain, put back in warm pot. knob of butter, big handfull of tasty cheese, half a can or so of evaporated milk, stir till cheese melts.
all done in one pot and just like the packet stuff but so much better.
do the same for carbonara. san remo GF spaghetti. sweat off some onions in a BIG frying pan add bacon. while doing that boil spaghetti, when ready drain spag and put into fry pan, heat off now. then add the liquid stuff you prepared earlier
that would be the can of evap' milk , an egg and parmessan cheese (fresh grated! never use the s**t in the cardboard tube!!!)  put that into the spag, onion,bacon and toss together. should be done off the heat otherwise you get scramble egg.
it's so good people BEG for the recipe !!
and its quick and easy
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« Reply #17 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:28 pm »

sorry to sound like a boring s**t, but snacking is a pain. mostly just fruit and the nut bars.
sometimes salads from subway but easier to make your own, and less risky.
if i'm out and about and near a mall lunch is usually curry. always ask first but i have yet to find a curry place that uses flour in the curries.
sushi!!!  made at home is fantastic for snacking. use tamori (sp) instead of soya sauce. and before you say ewwww yuk seaweed, Mrs JJ makes fab sushi and no way will eat seaweed, she buys mamanori (sp) a green soy bean stuff comes in sheets like the seaweed but has no taste. or we sometimes use rice paper to wrap it.
Mrs JJ bought a sushi 'machine'  from aquisitions. easy to do. molds it into a roll and all you do is wrap it.
junk food for snaks... rashuns and twisties, corn not flour and soho crackers.

making meals is easy, the whole family eats the same thing. just don't use packet stuff.
to make sauces use gluten free flour, noone will no the difference, and we use a gf gravey thickener. there is always arrowroot or corn flour for thickening as well.
once you get into it it's easier to do all meals 'from scratch' so to speak than do cans and packets. check your baked beans they should be ok, so beans on toast is ok Smiley
rissotto, great stuff and easy to do from scratch.
macaroni cheese the cheats way...
simple brand mac elbows, boil till just tender, drain, put back in warm pot. knob of butter, big handfull of tasty cheese, half a can or so of evaporated milk, stir till cheese melts.
all done in one pot and just like the packet stuff but so much better.
do the same for carbonara. san remo GF spaghetti. sweat off some onions in a BIG frying pan add bacon. while doing that boil spaghetti, when ready drain spag and put into fry pan, heat off now. then add the liquid stuff you prepared earlier
that would be the can of evap' milk , an egg and parmessan cheese (fresh grated! never use the s**t in the cardboard tube!!!)  put that into the spag, onion,bacon and toss together. should be done off the heat otherwise you get scramble egg.
it's so good people BEG for the recipe !!
and its quick and easy

yes that is strue for snacks ie rashuns and twistees.  i dont mind the gf pastas. i do make rice paper rolls they are yumm. will look for the other kind of nori for sushi. I already have cornflour and tamari. i even manGED TO BRING back some gluten free soy sauce from aus when i was there.

Thanks for the tips, I think i will always miss proper bread, and pickles cos so many of them are made with malt vinegar. i did do some pickled onions with red wine vinegar and they were yumm.
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« Reply #18 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:33 pm »

yep pickles are a bummer!!

and look out for mustard!! got caught out the other week!! eeeewww Sad

time to do your own pickles   

mrs jj had to buy the mamanori (sp) from St. Pierre sushi bar as was hard to find. they sell sushi with it at the shop so logical place to go realy, (after going all over town to find some!)
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« Reply #19 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:34 pm »

vogels do a GF bread which is supposed to be quite good
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« Reply #20 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:36 pm »

vogels do a GF bread which is supposed to be quite good

oh realy???

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« Reply #21 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:40 pm »

yeah mum gets it from new world for her partner

it is unsliced, and is just with the rest of their vogels breads

will text her now and see if it has a special name
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« Reply #22 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:52 pm »

yeah mum gets it from new world for her partner

it is unsliced, and is just with the rest of their vogels breads

will text her now and see if it has a special name

yeah would like to know the name of that... i did try one of theres it was rice and rye rye being something i couldnt have either, i got sick with it as well.
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« Reply #23 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 07:54 pm »

yep pickles are a bummer!!

and look out for mustard!! got caught out the other week!! eeeewww Sad

time to do your own pickles   

mrs jj had to buy the mamanori (sp) from St. Pierre sushi bar as was hard to find. they sell sushi with it at the shop so logical place to go realy, (after going all over town to find some!)

yep itas such a b***h aye cos even a little bit of those can make me sick too i use the mastwrfoods hot english one and i use it like the powder as well made condenced milk mayo with te mustard and red wine vinegar it tasted just like the regular way.
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« Reply #24 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:26 pm »

yeah mum gets it from new world for her partner

it is unsliced, and is just with the rest of their vogels breads

will text her now and see if it has a special name

yeah would like to know the name of that... i did try one of theres it was rice and rye rye being something i couldnt have either, i got sick with it as well.
mum said its the rice and rye one, it says on packet its gluten free
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« Reply #25 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:31 pm »

yeah mum gets it from new world for her partner

it is unsliced, and is just with the rest of their vogels breads

will text her now and see if it has a special name

yeah would like to know the name of that... i did try one of theres it was rice and rye rye being something i couldnt have either, i got sick with it as well.
mum said its the rice and rye one, it says on packet its gluten free

realy??


hmmmm...
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« Reply #26 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:33 pm »

oh ok i thort when i got it it said it was wheat free... must have another look mayhaps they have changed the ingredients...
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« Reply #27 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:40 pm »

http://www.vogels.co.nz/Bread_Classic.aspx

nope not gluten free

i had a gluten free friend at work once she ate loads and loads of rice ccrackers and lots of ruit and veges
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« Reply #28 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:45 pm »

http://www.vogels.co.nz/Bread_Classic.aspx

nope not gluten free

i had a gluten free friend at work once she ate loads and loads of rice ccrackers and lots of ruit and veges


 
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« Reply #29 on: Sun 18 November, 2007 - 08:47 pm »

hmm must tell mum
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