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Starting yeast free diet - help!!!!!

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Blossomhill Sat 02-Apr-05 11:23:05

Again any help or advice gratefully recieved.
I know we are going to see deteriotion in her behaviour.
If there are any good bread recipies (jimjams???) that you have that would be great.
Any supermarkets that are better than others for yeast free stuff.
Thanks loads Blossomxxx

Jayzmummy Sat 02-Apr-05 11:25:41

Sainsburys for all your yaest free biccies, ready made sauces etc.
Holland and Barret for your bread mix....have you got a bread maker???
Dont rush into it Bloss....use up what you have in the cupboards first and start to replace gradually with the yeast free replacements.

Blossomhill Sat 02-Apr-05 11:31:04

Yes I have got a bread maker. Just don't know how to use it

APPLE68 Sat 02-Apr-05 13:09:09

I find sainsburys are the best for packaging. The labels are clearly marked as to contents and make it clear what's inside with regard to allergies.

beccaboo Sat 02-Apr-05 21:43:19

BH, I have a recipe for yeast free rolls if that's any use. Soda bread might be good too, it doesn't need a bread machine you just stick it in the oven. I give ds scones in place of bread sometimes too.

Blossomhill Sat 02-Apr-05 21:58:49

Oh yes please beccaboo. I do have a breadmaker
Shall I CAT u???

beccaboo Sat 02-Apr-05 22:05:24

CAT me! I don't have recipe for yeast-free loaf in a bread maker, but I know where you might get one. x

Blossomhill Sat 02-Apr-05 22:16:32

Oh thanks Beccaboo. How r u????

beccaboo Sun 03-Apr-05 00:38:00

I'm pretty good thanks - can't quite believe it actually. But everything is OK at the moment. How about you - I've been reading your BIBIC thread, it sounds like you really got a lot out of it? ps. I was in Ikea on Friday, thought of you!

maddiemo Sun 03-Apr-05 22:33:38

I think there are some parents on the Paains web site that have children on yeast free diets.

Blossomhill Mon 04-Apr-05 10:42:05

Oh thanks Beccaboo

Jimjams - is your son yeast free???

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