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  • #31
    Originally posted by justme View Post
    Don't murder me for asking. Has anyone made these successfully without the dairy? Or am I just dreaming?

    I wish that we could tolerate it
    I wondered about this too, but ended up just following the recipe as is. Let us know if you find something that works. Perhaps cashew cream would do it?

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    • #32
      Small boy is allergic

      I am not an experienced enough cook to have my experiments turn out, so I think that I will keep waiting for a dairy free recipe to pop up.

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      • #33
        If you are allergic to cow milk but tolerate goat milk ( caseine A1 intollerance ) you might tolerate Buffalo mozarella. I just had my first pizza since going primal June 2012 with buffalo mozarella and an adapted version of this crust and no problems. : ) Loved it.
        Last edited by paleodutch; 11-04-2013, 12:39 PM.

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        • #34
          Interesting!! I'll keep that in mind for the future.

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          • #35
            I've been making this once a month or so. My family doesn't find it to be a very convincing substitute for naan, but when DD is craving a bit of bready something, it fills the bill. Tonight I used sesame oil because the bottle I have doesn't have much sesame flavor and it was great. Next time I'm going to try to make squarish shapes and use them for a tuna salad sandwich. I'd also like to try cutting back on the coconut flour and tapioca starch a bit to see if I can get a thinner bread. I think it might be great for gyros.
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            SW-195
            CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
            GW- Goals are no longer weight-related

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            • #36
              Originally posted by LauraSB View Post
              I think it might be great for gyros.
              That's exactly what I did with it with just some minor changes
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              • #37
                Originally posted by vdm86 View Post
                I hope it works for you! As for donuts . . . I'm afraid I'm not a miracle worker.
                You just made naan bread healthy. I think that's grounds for 'messiah'

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                • #38
                  This looks fantastic. Going to try it tomorrow. Two questions...

                  1. Do you think it's OK to freeze leftovers? Or is there a better way to store?

                  2. Can anyone hazard a macro breakdown? Or, more specifically: Would this be a good post-workout fix, or better for non-workout days? (I'm trying to be mindful of higher fat/lower starchy carb on non-workout days and lower fat/higher starchy carb on workout days.)

                  Thanks in advance!
                  F, 44 years old, 111.8 lbs, 4 feet 11.5 inches (yes, that half inch matters!)

                  **1st place sparring, AAU TKD regional qualifier, 2/15/15 - It's damn good to hit like a girl!**

                  **First-ever 5K race 11/28/13: 37 minutes, 18+ seconds, no stopping**

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                  • #39
                    I made this tonight. And it was FANTASTIC.
                    F, 44 years old, 111.8 lbs, 4 feet 11.5 inches (yes, that half inch matters!)

                    **1st place sparring, AAU TKD regional qualifier, 2/15/15 - It's damn good to hit like a girl!**

                    **First-ever 5K race 11/28/13: 37 minutes, 18+ seconds, no stopping**

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by JackieKessler View Post
                      This looks fantastic. Going to try it tomorrow. Two questions...

                      1. Do you think it's OK to freeze leftovers? Or is there a better way to store?

                      2. Can anyone hazard a macro breakdown? Or, more specifically: Would this be a good post-workout fix, or better for non-workout days? (I'm trying to be mindful of higher fat/lower starchy carb on non-workout days and lower fat/higher starchy carb on workout days.)

                      Thanks in advance!

                      Did you ever attempt freezing? I'd definitely put this on the post-workout list. (Sorry, just made it back to this thread. Stopped getting notifications for some reason.)

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                      • #41
                        I made Brazilian cheese bread with Arrowroot Starch once instead of Tapioca...do you think that would be an acceptable switch? I just don't have Tapioca but plenty of Arrowroot. Looks good though!

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Kwaggz View Post
                          I made Brazilian cheese bread with Arrowroot Starch once instead of Tapioca...do you think that would be an acceptable switch? I just don't have Tapioca but plenty of Arrowroot. Looks good though!
                          I almost always sub tapioca for arrowroot in recipes (arrowroot seems to upset my husband's stomach for some reason but tapioca doesn't), so I don't see why the reverse wouldn't work.

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                          • #43
                            I made these the other night with a curry and they were excellent, but they don't really seem like Naan to me. They also toasted nicely as leftovers.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by eats.meats.west View Post
                              I made these the other night with a curry and they were excellent, but they don't really seem like Naan to me. They also toasted nicely as leftovers.
                              I agree. They're too spongy. I think they're closer to the flat bread that gyros are served in. They're tasty though.

                              I think there are just some textures that can't be faked without gluten.
                              50yo, 5'3"
                              SW-195
                              CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
                              GW- Goals are no longer weight-related

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                              • #45
                                I just finished making these and they turned out to look, feel, and taste like pancakes. I will make them again when I feel the need for something different but I'd leave out all of the garlic. I was hoping this would be more bread like or like a tortilla but it's nothing like that at all. Tastes good though.

                                Maybe if I made them thicker they might rise up more and be more bread like or pizza dough like but what I hoped.
                                Let's get out there and make this a great day!

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