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Corn, Cereal, Gluten Free: What won't you find here?

NOTE: CORN FREE: Do NOT use Kosher Sea Salt. Use only Iodine Free Salt! All CF recipes have this error and won't be fixed for awhile yet. I'm working on this. The process used to add Iodine uses Corn. (I'm in the process of fixing this.)
 
The first section: is strictly Corn free (CF), but may also contain GF recipes.
The second section: is strictly Gluten free (GF), but may also contain CF recipes.
The third section: is strictly Corn and Gluten free with no exceptions.
The fourth section: is strictly Cereal Family Free, including Corn. Coming soon!
Coming Soon Fifth Section: bans all cross-reactors to Gluten.
Recommended for just starting on a Gluten Free diet, until the gut heals.
 
New Section Five Information:
In short, will be Dairy, Egg, Cereal, Potato and Soy free. Will try and work out a Rotation diet as well (not KF). KF not wise if housemate allergic to fish by smell. Will try and work out a Complete Protein for Vegans on this diet. Vegetarian option not possible, for obvious reasons.
 
You won't find Gluten, Wheat, Corn, Oats, Spelt nor anything on Celiac Unsafe Gluten Free food List or on Corn Allergens List because those are almost exhaustive lists, and should accommodate most everyone.
 
Corn Allergies: Buy vegetables from Organic Farms, straight from the source. This is your best bet if extremely allergic to corn.
 
Fresh and Frozen vegetables are used in these recipes, but I recommend substituting Fresh Organic Vegetables where ever possible, especially if you need to avoid cross-contamination, and then washing them thoroughly, before cutting or eating. Just remember that fresh Spinach shrinks immensely when cooked. Also, for those cooking for someone with a Corn allergy, organic is a must because non-organic is often sprayed with something that contains corn.
 
The direct links to those sites:
Celiac.com
Corn Alergens.com
 
I will post the flax seed binder method in ALL recipes where this will work, and will post alternative binder methods where possible. Ener-G Egg Replacer DOES contain Calcium Lactate, which is on the corn avoidance list, and won't be used in Corn free recipes. Generally, 1 TB grounded flaxseed to 3 TB water, acts as a binder.
NOT all recipes here will be Kyt Friendly. You'll often won't find one or more of the other common food allergies, as well.
 
Lastly, a note about Corn eating Corn Free:
I just found out that USA Federal Government requires our meats to be disinfected with a wash, that is normally corn based, fermentation of sugar.

Food Family:

Corn:
Corn is part of the cereal family and can be found in many things. I find the best way to avoid corn is to eat organic whole foods from known sources. Be wary of Cross-Contamination.
 
Cereal Family:
Bamboo Shoots, Barley, Bran (wheat), Cane sugar,
Cane Molasses, Chestnut, Ling nut;
Chestnut, Singhara nut; Corn ; Corn Meal ;
Corn Starch ; Corn Oil ; Corn Sugar; Corn syrup;
Corn dextrose; Corn glucose ; Corn cerelose;
Farina (wheat); Graham flour (wheat) ;
Gluten flour (wheat) ; Malt Barley, Millet;
Patent Flour (wheat); Oats; Pumpernickel;
Rice; Rye; Sorghum, Water Chestnut, Wheat,
Wheat flour, Wheat Germ; Wheat (whole) flour;
Wild Rice.
 
Gluten:
Gluten is an ingredient in part of the Cereal Family. Common gluten free flours include... Amaranth, Arrowroot, Brown Rice, Buckwheat, Chia, Chickpea, Corn, Corn meal, Hemp (not KF!), Maize, Millet, Potato, Quinoa, Sorghum, Soya (Soy), Tapioca, Teff, White Rice.
 
Cross-Reactors to Gluten:
Rye, Barley, Spelt, Polish Wheat Cow's Milk, Alpha-Casein & Beta-Casein, Casomorphin, Milk Butyrophilin, Whey Protein, Chocolate (Milk), Oats, Yeast, Coffee, Sesame, Buckwheat, Sorghum, Millet, Hemp, Amaranth, Quinoa, Tapioca, Teff, Soy, Egg, Corn, Rice, Potato
 
Oats:
Oats labeled as GF Oats, are considered "safe", but it is still controversial. Some people with Celiac may still have an intolerance to Oats. I have a mild intolerance to Oats as far as "gastrointestinal" symptoms. But, more research still needs to be done to determine what specifically the proteins found in Oats are doing to people with Celiac or Gluten intolerance that is not Celiac. My own recommendations is to skip the Oats regardless, but especially if anaphylatic to Gluten.
 
Opinions from around the web:
Wheat Free Org
Gluten Free in SD
Celiac.com
Shelley Case: Be Free For Me


 

1) Corn Free

First Courses:

  1. Drinks
  2. Starters
  3. Soups
  4. Salads
  5. Vegetables
  6. Spreads and Sauces

Second Courses and Bakery:

  1. Breads
  2. Main Course
  3. Crockpot
  4. Bakery, Desserts
  5. Master Recipes

2) Gluten Free

First Courses:

  1. Drinks
  2. Starters
  3. Soups
  4. Salads
  5. Vegetables
  6. Spreads and Sauces

Second Courses and Bakery:

  1. Breads
  2. Main Course
  3. Crockpot
  4. Bakery, Desserts
  5. Master Recipes

3) Corn and Gluten Free

First Courses:

  1. Drinks
  2. Starters
  3. Soups
  4. Salads
  5. Vegetables
  6. Spreads and Sauces

Second Courses and Bakery:

  1. Breads
  2. Main Course
  3. Crockpot
  4. Bakery, Desserts
  5. Master Recipes

4) Cereal Free

First Courses:

  1. Drinks
  2. Starters
  3. Soups
  4. Salads
  5. Vegetables
  6. Spreads and Sauces

Second Courses and Bakery:

  1. Breads
  2. Main Course
  3. Crockpot
  4. Bakery, Desserts
  5. Master Recipes