Girlfriend flour...hahaha that's pretty sketchy
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We are trying some gluten free products in our home as a way of transitioning my 7 year old away from wheat. I tried to buy GF bread, but he hated it. I have to create my own recipe. Any Advice?
Here is a link to 13 paleo bread recipes (not sure if any are good as I have not eaten them): Paleo Bread Recipes: Free Gluten Free Bread Recipe
here is another recipe: Paleo Bread Recipe | The Daily Meal
perhaps something to try.
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Thanks for the links, Jon.
i'm glad canio had ideas because i have no experience with baking Gf bread. there are some decent brands out there, like Canyon Bakehouse. Udi's bagels are decent, and rudi's carries a gluten free english muffin which is acceptable.
How do you folks handle substitutions? Personally, I'm totally happy with not substituting anything. For instance, I love being free of flour, whether it be wheat, gluten-free, almond, whatever. Then again, I'm a minimalist... and really lazy. So the idea of sticking with "animals + plants" is extremely attractive.
Do you guys Primalize many types of foods? If so, which are your favourites?
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August 2010: 207 lb, 37" waist, 25+% BF | Currently: 172 lb, 32" waist, ~15% BF
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so anyway, as a part of our regular diet, generally the pancakes are the only "primalized" food. the rest is mainly special circumstances. ideally i would be eating meat+veg for every meal, but like you i'm a bit lazy. it's easier to eat the breakfast that i make for them, than it is to make 2 separate breakfasts. sometimes i make the meals that i want to make and just tell the kids they can eat it or go hungry. other times i do add some substitutions (like rice pasta) to make them happy.
my weakness isn't the substitutions, but rather the chocolate treats and mindless snacking.