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  • littlausybatler 1 year ago about Fructose Friendly Butter Chicken
    Hello, unfortunately this is not a fructose friendly recipe. Tomato's, carrots and corn all contain fructose. For anyone that has Hereditary Fructose Intolerance (myself included) or Fructose malabsorption this could make them quite ill.
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  • jo_jo_ba 3 years ago
    not safe in what regard? you can use any gf flour you like, but the brown rice is the best texture in my opinion. same with the vinegar - any kind will work, i just happen to always have cidr vin on hand. sweet rice flour can be replaced by cornstarch, potato starch or arrowroot starch.
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  • peetabear 3 years ago
    to replace applesauce .... some ideas off the top of my head.... can he have pears?? you could make a pear sauce... I am sorry I have forgotten can he have tofu???
    I know that I read something not long ago about substituting things that included applesauce... I will see if I can locate it....
    peeta
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  • macocha 3 years ago about Fructose Friendly Potato And Chive Bake
    thanks - I am going to have to convert the measurements though... ha ha :)
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  • jemison 4 years ago
    Thanks for your comment on my Moroccan Chicken Recipe. I am always glad to learn new substitutions.
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  • stalwart 4 years ago
    Hi Coubay! Thank you for taking the time to post your thoughtful message on my main page. I have copied and sent it VIA email to my sister. She really needs to get her act together and she needs to understand that there are many others with the same condition. Thanks so very much for your kindness. Have a wonderful weekend.
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  • stalwart 4 years ago
    Hi Coubay and thanks for the friend invitation. Now that's some cute little guy in your pic. Is he the little one with the fructose malabsorption? I have a sister with that but she's not adhering to the diet the doctor suggested. It's a good thing the doctors diagnosed your son during his younger years. That way it is easier for him to adapt to the foods he can tolerate. Thanks again and I hope to share some recipes with you.
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  • lizzconn 4 years ago
    Hi Coubay! Thanks for the invite! So happy I posted something you can use.... I'm an EXPERT eater but a BEGINNER cook! I'm really having fun on this site.... Liz
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  • peetabear 4 years ago
    thank you for letting me know how the Hot Cross Buns Gluten Free Recipe turned out..

    what if we increased the yeast a little bit... and adding a little more liquid was a good idea... "our" flours are very sensitive to humidity so sometimes we need to adjust the liquid ..

    I will try making these soon and let you know what kind of luck I have...

    peeta
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  • peetabear 4 years ago
    Great comments and rating on the Homemade Corn Syrup Substitute Recipe...

    I am glad it will help you with recipes for your son... it is so hard when trying to find ways to make favorite foods...

    i have so many recipes that either I have printed off here or that are in my cutout box of recipes.. that I 'plan' to convert to gluten free... so many recipes so little time!!!

    peeta
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  • peetabear 4 years ago
    thank you for the nice comments that you posted on the
    Hot Cross Buns Gluten Free Recipe

    I have not tried this recipe yet...if you make them let me know what you think....

    peeta
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  • spinach1948 4 years ago
    Thank you for the comment on the Basil Scallop Linguine Diabetic. Yes you can make the change you were sugesting for your child. If you do not want the white you can use the red wine or none at all. You can change the pasta to a more suitable one for you. My wishes to you.
    Ed
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  • coubay 4 years ago about Fructose Friendly Curry Paste
    No I haven't but I live in a regional town in Qld and it is incredibly hard to find stuff, when I first started making my own curry paste before my son's diagnosis but after finding out that myhusband had issues with chillie I searched everywhere locally and had no luck, I will give it another try though. Thanks for the tip.
    Like you when I went to Shepherd Works I forgot to ask sooo much stuff and this was one of them. Now I just have to find out about certain nuts.
    Thankyou for your input.
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  • atagirl 4 years ago about Fructose Friendly Curry Paste
    Hi Coubay,
    Have you tried Asafoetida in your curries.Shepardwords told me it is safe on FODMAPS Here is some info from Wikipedia
    Cooking
    This spice is used as a digestive aid, in food as a condiment and in pickles. Its odour, when uncooked, is so strong that it must be stored in airtight containers; otherwise the aroma will contaminate other spices stored nearby. However, its odour and flavor become much milder and more pleasant upon heating in oil or ghee, acquiring a taste and aroma reminiscent of sautéed onion and garlic.

    Antiflatulent
    Asafoetida reduces the growth of indigenous microflora in the gut, reducing flatulence.
    The Hari Krishnas don't use onion or garlic but this in all their foods

    Would you mix in Coconut milk?(not sure if that is safe)

    Great Curry Base
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  • atagirl 4 years ago about Fructose Friendly Really Healthy Lemon Poppyseed Mini Muffins
    I can't wait to try these
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