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Gluten Free pasta options you can order online from Amazon through Gluten Free Regina. Have your food delivered right to your door.
Explore new flours and grains with your gluten-free cooking. You’ll find recipes that will call for obscure ingredients. Millet, Corn, Sorghum, Brown Rice Flour, Buckwheat Flour, Chickpea Flour, Coconut Flour, Cornmeal/Corn Flour, Millet Flour, Almond flour and more. There are so many to choose from!
You can look like a baking expert. Pizza crusts, cookies, banana bread, pancakes, bread and more find all the boxed recipes and more. Why make it from scratch? Add milk and an egg!
You don’t need to leave your house to get your gluten-free breakfast items. You can order them online and they’ll arrive at your door! There are also items you can’t find in the local stores!
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I’m not a big fan of tomato based vegetable broths so when I found a blog about saving your vegetable scraps to make your own broth I thought it was worth a try. Being a vegetarian it didn’t take long for the scraps to add up. I kept them in the freezer and just added to the bag as I was cooking.
In the scraps, there were onion peels, the inside of peppers, the ends and middle of garlic cloves, dill stems, celery, parsley, thyme and rosemary stems, Jalapeno gits, Bok Choy ends. Pretty Much anything I used in the kitchen. I wrapped the frozen lump of vegetable into cheesecloth and boiled them.
I read somewhere for the best flavour to boil for an hour. Which I did and I simmered for a couple hours. I also ended up adding salt…Because I’m a salt junky.
While boiling the stock I also multi-tasked and boiled my jars and lids. Sterilize, Sterilize, Sterilize. As you can see I’m a huge supporter of Classico because you can reuse their jars. However, you have to be sure they seal. I have had lids that the rubber melts off.
Setting everything aside that was sterilized I didn’t realise exactly how much broth I boiled so I ended up having to do a couple rounds of jar sterilization to keep up.
As the broth became ready I also got the lids ready to seal. Remember to stir to let the bubbles out and wipe the top of the jars to make the seal.
With both elements going it got quite warm in the kitchen. It of course only got worse when I added the pressure canner.
The pot I made the broth in after jarring was then washed out and became the pot that I pressure canned in. I filled it with various different sizes of jars. I cooked at 15 pounds (Im sure I could have done 10) for 30 minutes.
I ended up cooking 4 batches. In between, I stored all of the broth in the jars in my kitchen sink in hot water. Sometimes if the liquid gets cold the jars will shatter in the pressure cooker.
It took me a few days to complete. The broth turned out delicious. My house smells great and I have enough broth to last me for a year!
Gluten Free Regina is a not for profit group out of Regina, Saskatchewan. We are happy to help with any questions you may have and also recommend products and restaurants in and around the city. In this post, we recommend products that we have a tried and enjoyed.
You can order Bisquick Baking mix here:
I’ve written about them before in a blog, I have to admit because they are from Regina I feel like I should be giving them an extra little push! You don’t need to give up your oats! you can have the and several oat based mixes from Avena Foods.
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Are you missing your Kraft Dinner? We all get cravings. Enjoy Annie’s gluten-free version!
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On the run? I find these bars awesome for a quick snack. I also, usually have a handful of them if I’m flying. They are delicious and come in a variety of flavours. They also do not taste like meal supplement bars. They are quite tasty!
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These cookie crumbs are perfect for crumbles and pie crusts. I’ve used them in several deserts.
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Avena Foods Limited has an established network of over 90 gluten-free and Organic oat growers across the Canadian prairies and a dedicated gluten-free and allergen-free milling facility in Regina, SK.
The Purity Protocol is an industry benchmark process that is based on “Start Clean, Stay Clean” principles proven to produce certified gluten-free oats consistently at or below 5 ppm level that meet and surpass the gluten-free standards of the GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization), GFCP (Gluten-Free Certification Program), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and Health Canada.
All ONLYOATS products are produced through Avena Foods’ Purity Protocol, a unique ‘Farm to Table’ industry benchmark process that achieves consistent and superior quality gluten-free oats.
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316 1st Avenue East
S4N 5H2, Canada
Real Canadian Superstore is a chain of supermarkets owned by Canadian food retailing giant Loblaw Companies. Its name is often shortened to Superstore.
Originating in Western Canada in the late 1970s/early 1980s, the banner expanded into Ontario in the early 2000s as Loblaw attempts to fend off competition from department stores including U.S.-based Walmart.
Loblaw has tested alternative banners at some locations in Ontario, with some labeled as “Loblaw Superstore“, and a few others as simply “Superstore”; for a time this was reflected in the chain’s marketing which used a separate logo to advertise all of these banners. The company has since reverted to marketing the entire chain as Real Canadian Superstore, although some locations might retain other signage.
President’s Choice gluten-free products:
Sobey’s boasts about:
A selection of Sobeys Compliments Gluten-Free products
All certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Program. Look for the Canadian Celiac Association-endorsed GFCP trademark on the package, indicating these products meet the GFCP’s strict requirements to ensure they are free of gluten.
Sobeys thinks gluten-free foods have never tasted better. But don’t just take our word for it. These products were taste-tested by a panel of customers with celiac disease, who were wowed by the superb flavours and textures. Now it’s time for you to give them a try.
With Farmhouse Loaves or Sandwich Rolls, you’ll regain the joy of the basic lunchtime sandwich. Think it’s impossible to find tasty gluten-free baked goods? Bite into our tangy Cranberry Lemon Muffins to rediscover your favourite packable snack. And that’s just the beginning: You’ll also want to check out our gluten-free pastas, flour and easy-prep baking mixes. Plus, browse our range of simple recipes to get started on the road to gluten-free happiness.
|Create gloriously gluten-free treats with our deliciously easy mixes. Or bake from scratch with our All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend.|
|We make our Gluten-Free Sweets and Baked Goods so tasty, even people who eat gluten will enjoy them.|
|We’ve got delicious penne, spaghetti and fusilli – all made with wholesome brown rice and developed to cook easily and work with any sauce or application.|
|Our rolls were cleverly adapted from a sourdough recipe to be soft, crusty and just as tasty as their gluten-containing counterparts.|
|Attention sandwich lovers: Have the works – hold the gluten. Our loaves are everything you want in a sandwich, plus they’re low in fat and very high in fibre.|
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