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  1. #1
    Liss
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    Default MYO: Gluten Free Saltine Crackers


    <SPAN class="702590919-16072008">I know several members on list need gluten free recipes, so I thought I'd share this one for crackers:
    <SPAN class="702590919-16072008">
    <SPAN class="702590919-16072008">Gluten Free Saltines
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    <LI><SPAN>4 c gluten-free flour blend (I have a recipe posted on th<SPAN class="702590919-16072008">e site)</LI>
    <LI><SPAN>1 tsp baking powder</LI>
    <LI><SPAN> c shortening</LI>
    <LI><SPAN>1/3 c skim milk</LI>
    <LI><SPAN>1 c water</LI>
    <LI><SPAN>Salt, black pepper and rosemary (optional)</LI>[/list]
    <SPAN class="path">Directions <SPAN class="big_toggle_no_float" id="directions_slide_div">
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    1. <LI><SPAN>Preheat oven to 375F.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Mix flour, and baking powder.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Cut in shortening until mixture has a consistency of coarse meal.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Add liquid and stir to form a dough.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Roll into a very thin sheet.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Cut into circles or squares and place on an un-greased cookie sheet.</LI>
      <LI><SPAN>Prick with a fork 4-5 times and sprinkle with seasonings if using.</LI>

      <LI><SPAN>Bake 6-7 minutes, turning once halfway through.</LI>


    ~Enjoy !~
    Liss
    Creator/Designer
    of www.Budget101.com




  2. #2
    elyseandjoe@bellsouth.net>
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    Default MYO: Gluten Free Saltine Crackers


    thanks!! elyse



  3. #3
    j514butterfly
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    Default MYO: Gluten Free Saltine Crackers



    I was wondering how these taste. I have two children that have celiac

    and these would be interesting to try.

    We buy a brand they love, Natural Nectar, but only one store in my

    area sells this brand.







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Liss" <liss@...> wrote:

    >

    > I know several members on list need gluten free recipes, so I

    thought I'd

    > share this one for crackers:

    >

    > Gluten Free Saltines

    >

    > * 4 c gluten-free flour blend (I have a recipe posted on the site)

    > * 1 tsp baking powder

    > * c shortening

    > * 1/3 c skim milk

    > * 1 c water

    > * Salt, black pepper and rosemary (optional)

    >

    >

    > Directions <http://www.grouprecipes.com/images/bullet_arrow_up.gif>

    >

    > 1. Preheat oven to 375F.

    > 2. Mix flour, and baking powder.

    > 3. Cut in shortening until mixture has a consistency of coarse meal.

    > 4. Add liquid and stir to form a dough.

    > 5. Roll into a very thin sheet.

    > 6. Cut into circles or squares and place on an un-greased cookie sheet.

    > 7. Prick with a fork 4-5 times and sprinkle with seasonings if using.

    > 8. Bake 6-7 minutes, turning once halfway through.

    >

    >

    > ~Enjoy !~

    > Liss

    > Creator/Designer

    > of <http://www.budget101.com/> www.Budget101.com

    >










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    elyseandjoe@bellsouth.net>
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    Default MYO: Gluten Free Saltine Crackers


    Hi, I high recommend gluten free shopping on amazon.com. Go to the main page, look on the left for grocery, click, then put in gluten free in the search engine. They run cheaper prices monthly, on certain items, too. Look for the sales and specials. Takes a little looking around. I buy thru a wholesale food club and, often, amazon beats them. If you buy 25.00 or more there is free shipping. Have had very good service. Every now and then, some problems but they have always been resolved. I'v shopped there for two years, now.. Hope this helps, Elyse



 

 

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