Timely Update About Soyfoods and Gluten-Free Diets
Ankeny, Iowa, June 28, 2011-For those following gluten-free diets after being diagnosed with celiac disease, gathering information about gluten-free foods is essential.
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#1 Jun 28, 2011
This "article" is nothing but a promo piece from the soybean industry, and completely omits any mention of the fact that soy allergy is even more common than celiac disease, and that there are believed to be links between soy allergy and peanut allergy (both are legumes), most soy is GMO, and soy is a no-no food for anyone with estrogen issues - like breast cancer.
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#2 Jul 8, 2011
I got a Breadmaker for Father's Day last month (the Panasonic SD2500 if you must know- http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/290123/...
) and it has a lot of features for baking gluten-gree bread. Tried it last week-end and it worked fine. Most commercial bread from supermarkets has additives and gluten in them. I have tried making bread by hand, but the results were patchy.. I guess that's why my sons treated me to this machine... they want tasty bread but with consistent flavour and texture Lol!
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