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Dinner Ideas

Sep 1, 2011 by

  • Dinner Suggestions
    It’s dinner time and you may have family members with multiple needs. Some may not have food intolerances or be on gluten-free and/or dairy-free diets. Does this mean that you have to make multiple meals? We would say a resounding NO! Each of you must decide what works best for your particular family situation. However, it is possible to please non-gluten-free people with gluten-free meals. Some of the challenges with encouraging allergy-free family members to eats our special foods, may arise from our own past complaints regarding the taste and quality of the special meals. It might be a good idea to just cook and not mention what the ingredients.Some product substitutions to remember:
Product Substitution
Soy Sauce, Tamari, and Shoyu sauces (contain wheat unless labeled what-free) Highly recommended: Bragg’s Liquid Aminosas an alternative to soy sauce, lower salt, great taste, gluten-freeSan-J makes a wheat-free version of soy and tamari sauces, Eden Foods has a wheat-free tamari sauce, Chung King brand soy sauce is wheat free.
Sour cream Tofutti’s Sour Supreme, Rice Sour Cream (gluten-free, soy-free, lactose- free, NOT casein-free)
Graham cracker crumbs Kinnikinnick – Graham Style Cracker Crumbs; ingredients: brown rice flour, honey, vegetable oil shortening, sweet rice flour, vanilla flavor, dodium carboxy methylcellulose, baking powder, sodium bicarbonate, salt
Bread Crumbs Use any gluten-free bread and make your own bread crumbs, store in the freezer
Pizza Crust Kinnikinnick makes pre-made pizza crusts and a dry mix to make your own, Gluten Free Pantry makes pre-made pizza crusts and a dry mix, Ener-G makes pre-made crusts, Cause You’re Special makes a dry mix

Are you looking for a particular product substitution? Ask us! We can help you; with your question/request.


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