Cooking for Someone With Celiac's Disease?

I am cooking for someone with celiac's disease and casein intolerance. I was wondering if someone had any luck with cooking for the aforementioned situation. I know my son's fiancé has had trouble making banana bread. I went through an entire box of gluten-free flour trying to make homemade noodles; 1 c. flour, 1 egg, 2 tsp salt, and 2 tbsp. milk. I substituted almond milk for the recipe as well as using gluten-free flour, eggs were extra-large instead of my usual jumbo.


By Mary E.

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December 5, 20130 found this helpful

Check out or hit up typing in "gluten-free dairy-free recipes". On, you don't have to sign up to read their forum sections & there is one specifically for cooking/baking. Check out the rest of the site, though as they have a lot of good information.

Many folks have more than 1 food allergy/food intolerance & if cross contamination is an issue, there needs to be a revamping of all cooking/baking pans, utensils, etc. Take it one step at a time & things will fall in place... just isn't as easy as "leaving out" or making substitutes for some recipes or even for some folks. ;)

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