Kate asked me a question about addiction to gluten. That is a great question, and deserves a great answer. I have been working on it a bit, and have come up with some information and some speculation. Stayed tuned for more.
I regret that I wasn't able to come up with a recipe for the Cooking for Karina post at Gluten Free by the Bay. That is a great idea, and when I get settled in our new place (still a long way off) I plan on working on a post about egg replacers. Karina, I hope that you found some good recipes.
I have been working on finishing off small bits of random flours that would otherwise be confiscated as I cross the border, and had some good bread using 3 cups 1:1 sorghum/rice flour, with 1/2 cup of Teff as an accent flour. Some of you might remember that my bread machine died recently, but oven-baking is going well since I figured out to bake it for what seems like too long. It doesn't freeze well, though, so I look forward to getting a new bread machine soon. That will also be after the move.
Congratulations, Shauna and the Chef! May you always have good eats.
The last thing we need for Riley's application for Canadian residency came in the mail today! And there was much rejoicing in the land.
Well, I should get back to the disseration writing. I think my abstract is now too long, and I need to cut it down, but I don't have everything that I want to say in it yet. The hardest part of science writing is the abstract, and I have to have everything done by wednesday.