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Could you go date and walnut with it?   It's reminded me of my mum's date and nut loaf.... (yum)


I have never tried dates, so will put it on my list to do :)

 

Can't eat nuts :(

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post #6932 of 7225
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My Youngest DD made baked doughnut bars for Fathers day:

Yum, they look delicious.  Happy fathers day. 

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Happy Father's Day Ron.  You are lucky to have a DD who cares about her Dad to make those yummies!

Thanks!

 

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Yum, they look delicious.  Happy fathers day. 

It was a good day.

Ron

 

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question:   I went to Kroger tonight and bought some Gold Medal unbleached all purpose flour, and it came up as a restricted item and the girl had to ok the purchase, now what is it with flour that makes it restricted?  I've never known flour to make drugs or bombs.  

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question:   I went to Kroger tonight and bought some Gold Medal unbleached all purpose flour, and it came up as a restricted item and the girl had to ok the purchase, now what is it with flour that makes it restricted?  I've never known flour to make drugs or bombs.  

That's weird, so did a quick google:   There's a recall on some of the Gold Medal flours for E Coli contamination - maybe they are checking lot numbers?

 

 

Here's the link:

 

http://www.generalmills.com/flour

 

Wonder how flour can get E Coli?  :barnie

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post #6936 of 7225
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That's weird, so did a quick google:   There's a recall on some of the Gold Medal flours for E Coli contamination - maybe they are checking lot numbers?


Here's the link:

http://www.generalmills.com/flour

Wonder how flour can get E Coli?  barnie.gif
I think cross contamination...I saw the tail end of that. I have a 10 lb bag sitting in my cupboard and wondering if I should throw it.
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Hi ya'll. I bake...a lot...However, I just received a request to bake completely vegan cookies.... you know without eggs, milk or butter! As far as I believe, eggs, milk and butter are considered the golden ingredients in cooking - no substitutes what-so-ever.  Can anyone out there help me out with a tried and true 100% vegan cookie recipe??!!??  :fl

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 ~tracy, proud Navy Seal wife & mom to 17 chickens, 6 killer cats (Loki Boki Boca Raton, Poly Woggles Boondoggles, Greyball the Sprayball, Bentley the Monsta, Little Gurl, Baby Bagel Butt), 5 guinea hens (I'm thinking they are mobsters related to the mafia), 1 adorable but extremely skittish formerly abused doggie & a conure who fell in our yard! It's farm fair time in NJ! See: visitnj.org/art...

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post #6938 of 7225
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 Can anyone out there help me out with a tried and true 100% vegan cookie recipe??!!??  :fl

Well, they're not cookies as such, but our chocolate crackles are a firm favourite "down under".  http://www.kelloggs.com.au/en_AU/chocolate-crackles.html

 

If they aren't an option, look up other recipes using copha.

 

Other biscuits(cookies) with only butter can use oil instead, eg anzac biscuits http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/21104/anzac+biscuits  use some vege oil instead of butter.

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 Can anyone out there help me out with a tried and true 100% vegan cookie recipe??!!??  :fl

Well, they're not cookies as such, but our chocolate crackles are a firm favourite "down under".  http://www.kelloggs.com.au/en_AU/chocolate-crackles.html

 

If they aren't an option, look up other recipes using copha.

 

Other biscuits(cookies) with only butter can use oil instead, eg anzac biscuits http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/21104/anzac+biscuits  use some vege oil instead of butter.


I googled vegan cookie recipes and unrefined coconut oil, melted was used instead of butter, non-dairy milk and egg replacer for eggs. I found this for egg replacement.

 

Applesauce

Use 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce in place of one egg in most baking recipes. Some sources say to mix it with 1/2 teaspoon baking powder. If all you have is sweetened applesauce, then simply reduce the amount of sugar in the recipe. Applesauce is also a popular healthy replacement for oil in many baked goods.

 

Banana

Use 1/4 cup mashed banana (from about half a banana) instead of one egg when baking. Note that this may impart a mild banana flavor to whatever you are cooking, which could be a good thing.

 

Flax seeds

Believe it or not, hearty-healthy flax seeds can be used as an egg substitute! Simply mix one tablespoon of ground flax seeds with 3 tablespoons water until fully absorbed and viscous. Use in place of one egg. (You can use pre-ground flax seeds or grind them yourself in a spice or coffee grinder.)

 

Vegetable oil

Typically 1/4 cup vegetable oil can be substituted for one egg when baking. If you are short more than one egg, you will want to try another method as any more vegetable oil may make the recipe too oily or greasy.

 

Water, oil and baking powder

Whisk together two tablespoons water, one teaspoon oil (like corn or vegetable oil) and two teaspoons baking powder. Use this in place of one egg. When used in cookies and other baked goods, it works so well no one would ever know.

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post #6940 of 7225
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That's weird, so did a quick google:   There's a recall on some of the Gold Medal flours for E Coli contamination - maybe they are checking lot numbers?

 

 

Here's the link:

 

http://www.generalmills.com/flour

 

Wonder how flour can get E Coli?  :barnie

thanks for the link, I think I will double check the lot number.  Never thought of it being contaminated, usually stores just pull the product.  

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