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    What to do with Bread Machine and Pasta Machine?

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    Do I just need to ditch these, or is there something I can use them for in Primal food preparation? I don't want to toss them, yet I feel conflicted about giving them away to someone so that they can continue their CW diet with my blessing.

    is there such a thing as Almond or Coconut flour pasta? Or some sort of "bread" I can make with either in the bread machine?

    Any ideas?

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    If I couldn`t find use for them I`d donate them to a shelter or something...church?
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    Freecycle?

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    Yard sale?
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    Well, Google is my friend. Did a search and found this. I may have to run this through the old pasta machine and see how it tastes.

    coconut flour pasta Recipe | LIVESTRONG.COM

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    LOL, I see you all seem to be in favor of ditching them!

    We'll see. Right now, I'm yearning for a few substitutions for some high carb food. Maybe eventually, I won't even think that way!

    I do love my pasta machine--it's like a grown up version of the Play Doh fun factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTownGirl View Post
    Well, Google is my friend. Did a search and found this. I may have to run this through the old pasta machine and see how it tastes.

    coconut flour pasta Recipe | LIVESTRONG.COM
    Weird, it shows up as a coconut flour recipe, but the ingredients actually call for almond flour.

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    Has anyone tried that recipe? It looks too simple to be true! I wonder if you could really make pasta with it

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    That recipe is still pretty high carb as well as high calorie. 25g of carbs and over 700 calories a serving.

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