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Shared Recipe Faux Burger
Jan 18, 2011 on Food.com
Shared Recipe Faux Burger
Jan 4, 2011 on Food.com
"People with special dietary needs who happen to be Kosher and or Vegan as well, are at a huge disadvantage bec..."
Jan 3, 2011 on Food.com
I am a Pastaterian who now has to be GF. Sudo-Vegetarian, sometimes Vegan due to Food Allergies and Intolerances. The Short Forbidden List: Meat, Poultry, Onion, Garlic, Mustard Family (includes Cabbage), Cinnamon, Celery, Mixed Greens (common ingredients), Mallow family. These are anaphylactic, or very nearly are so.
I love Salmon but don't eat it at home due to Sister's allergy to fish. I had to relearn how to make soups several times because I kept finding a new common soup ingredient I couldn't have. ROFL Due to my inability to find recipes that actually work for my ridiculous list of can not eats (which is a lot longer than what I posted), I decided to start my own website and hash out Recipes that work for me. In the process, I found many people in the same boat but having different combinations of the top 8 foods that they can not eat, plus GF. My own website is still a WIP, but I hope to have 200 recipes up for various food allergies. [Its not in competition with here due to its very narrow focus and isn't a social website yet. ;) ]
GF? I HIGHLY recommend NOT being Allergic to Eggs! Home made Pasta doughs are really fussy without Egg. But, binders of other kinds do work. Besides, I am part Italian, and Egg in Pasta is traditional. Alas, I make my pastas without egg. I use Arrowroot currently because I can't find my coffee grinder so I can use Flaxseed. And, if you can eat Egg, but need GF just make your Pastas the Italian way and add LOTS of Egg. Otherwise, 2 TB Arrowroot to 2 TB water, mixed well sometimes works. Also, the Fillopinos make a dish Palitaw thats just plain rice flour and water. You make the dough, let it rest for an hour. Then shape it with your floured hands, drop it into rapidly boiling water. When it floats to the top, take it out. dip it in sugar, coconut flakes and sesame seeds (traditional).
What am I known for? Homemade Faux Burger that tastes like Hamburger and a Veggie Stock soup that is actually suitable for almost ALL people. (CF, DF, EF, FF, GF, GaF, KF, LF, NSF, OF, PF, POF, RF, SF, SEF, SHF, SWF, TNF, WF) O = Onion, Ga = Garlic, and SW = Seaweed, SE = Sunflower and Sesame Seed. Its a stock, which means its suppose to be the base for a soup.
Dunn Bros. Coffee shop is my fave, but they don't carry GF desserts yet. The particular shop I go to, could get GF 'rice bars' in. She makes them herself. :D
My favorite dish to cook? Anything with Tofu! I love soy!
Soy controversy: People with ulterior motives have been trying to prove soy is bad for you with faulty logic. This way, we'll buy more Dairy or Meats. ;)
1) Tofu, Soy and Men: If Soy caused Men "certain issues", then Japan and China would NOT be so well populated! Japan eats more Soy per day, then we eat in a week.
2) If Soy caused Breast Cancer, then the Vegan population would have the highest amount of Breast cancer and a predominantly Animal eating country, Iceland, wouldn't be number 1! Spots number 2 - 10 are in order, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, New Zealand, Ireland, Hungary, UK, Germany, and Canada. USA was number 17, and Japan 26. This information comes from the World Health Organization.
About my Website:
It is brand new, and will over time, have lots of recipes for those with Allergies of all kinds. I try to make variations of most of my recipes so that those who can't have one of the more 'problematic to substitute' ingredients, won't be left out. Also, its too confusing to have all the variations on the same page.