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Sharon writes,  September 30, 2008

Is soy flour and things made with it, allowable?

Thanks :)

Sandee writes,  October 01, 2008

On it's own, no...if it's 5th or further on the list of ingredients...yes.

Sharon writes,  October 03, 2008

Thanks for the information, I have really been trying to find alternatives to flour and it seems almond flour really only works for desserts. 

Lynn Peterson writes,  December 03, 2008

Hi, you all-

I'm the vegan outreach person for SoCal CEA How.  There's good news and bad news:  the good news is that the volume of calls and emails from abstinent vegans is increasing.  The bad news is that my answer to a frequently asked question is lame.  Maybe someone can help. 

When asked, "Why is soy flour not considered abstinent?" my stock response is "Well, to me soy flour is about as much a grain as cauliflower, but I just obey the food plan because it works for me and nothing else has."

But there MUST be a more scientific explanation somewhere, somehow...isn't there?  None of us are hankering for soy flour in bread-like substances, but it's been ten years since I've had a decent tuna substitute.  Here is the link to the one I liked: http://www.dixiediner.com/tuna-salad-p-92.html

Can anyone help? I think I'll ask the Santa Fe Springs office...

Thank you. 

Lynn

Aimes writes,  October 04, 2009

The beginning of summer, and what does a good southerner rely on for a dinner staple? BLT's with homegrown tomatoes. My husband is on the no flour no sugar and I try very hard not to have things he can't have for dinner. LUCKILY, we found a couple of Ezekiel brand breads with no flour/no sugar. It is made from whole grains. Easily found in most grocery stores in the refrigerated section (with the organic foods if store has that separated).

Problem solved (and a happy husband to boot)!!!!!

Sandee writes,  October 09, 2009

Hi Lynn, I don't have a scientific response but I believe that the more something is processed the more it effects us like sugar....it goes right to the bloodstream.....because most or all of the fiber was removed.  All flours start as a natural substance....it's what we do to them that messes them up and messes with our body's response to them....what do you think?

Aimes....have you tried the BLT Salad?  That is an amazing replacement too!

 
 
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