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    Default The Gluten-Free Vegan

    http://www.amazon.com/Gluten-Free-Ve.../dp/1600940323

    I ordered this from Amazon the other week, due approx. May 21 (seems like aggges).

    Anyone else got it? I'm really looking fwd to opening a cookbook where I don't have to change the flour in a recipe or don't have to try and veganise it, everything will be stuff I can make!

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    That looks great! Vegan and glutenfree, yay!

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    Awesome, I want one. It can get annoying sometimes changing recipes too much. lol

    According to one of the reviews though some have oats.
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    Some ppl will eat oats or certified gluten free oats, I don't think I've ever seen them here tho.

    My other 2 books (V'Con and My Sweet Vegan) have arrived so this should arrive today/this week I hope.

    I also found this blog while I was googling for vegan, g-free pastry recipes: http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    That sounds good. I like to eat gluten free sometimes too. Not because I'm allergic or anything, just because I like to change it up sometimes.

    Our bakery at work sells loads of gluten free products - our company has it's own rice bakery. However, hardly anything is vegan

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    Oh that's a shame, so hard to find products that are both g-free AND vegan!

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    There's these delicious looking cakes, pies, "fancy" breads, and muffins in the freezer section with a g-f and organic, so I hoping they were vegan. But they weren't.

    I like to eat gluten-free a lot of times too since I can really bloated sometimes!
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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    My copy arrived yesterday!! It looks great, only no pictures of any of the recipes but that's alright.

    There's a recipe for pie crust, I am so excited, going to try that this weekend

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    Oh, I want it, but there are non-instock!

    I have gluten free oats.

    Does it mention about having them gluten free in the book?
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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    Yup, she says gluten free oats are now avail. and to look up a website to find them, I haven't seen them here tho, will have to ask around

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    I tried making the Currant Scones, but I cannot find tapioca or sorghum flour here So I subbed them for quinoa and potato and they tasted like dry potato cakes. Will try them again if I can find the flours.

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    Default Re: The Gluten-Free Vegan

    Participating in VeganMoFo has made me realise I don't use my cookbooks often enough. So I leafed through the GFV and decided to try the the Fava Bean & Vegetable soup as I have been home sick and wanted something to make me feel better.

    I subbed lentils for fava beans and added a bunch of veggies: corn, bok choy, brocc, green beans, carrot, potato, leek, mushrooms, celery and served it with brown rice.

    It was really nice and it made so much I will be able to have some soup for 2-3 days.
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    Yest'day I was craving hummus but I didn't buy any at the shops so I got out the GF Vegan and made the hummus, it was really quick and easy and satisfied my craving!
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