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    Replied to Traditional Pumpkin Pie

    Monday, Nov 25, 2013 on

    One large egg beaten, measures about 3 tablespoons. When I have to use 1/2 egg in a recipe, I use 1 1/2 tablespoons beaten egg. However, I understand what you're saying.

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    Shared Recipe Soft Gluten Free Naan Bread (Indian Flatbread)

    Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013 on

    "A soft, easy to roll gluten free naan that you have to try to appreciate. Made dairy-free or not, these are the talk of the gluten-free community!"

    Added Recipe Photo to Baked Dairy Free Gluten Free Donuts (Chocolate)

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    Reviewed Crab Cakes

    Saturday, Nov 17, 2012 on

    I made these, and they were a bit too greasy for my guests, however, my Dad devoured them! I suggest cutting back on the mayonnaise. I used Best Foods brand."

    Shared Recipe Baked Dairy Free Gluten Free Donuts (Chocolate)

    Thursday, Apr 12, 2012 on

    "So yummy! A moist gluten free donut made with sorghum flour, gluten free starches, and cocoa powder. Add an extra egg and you'll have an awesome gluten free chocolate cake or cupcake recipe! If you plan on making them in advance, as all donuts stale quickly, add the extra egg and freeze them once cooled."

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