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Beef steak

The tenderloin is the best and the most tender cut of beef. Moreover, tenderloin if often a synonym for the best meat in general due to its softness, low fat content and high proteins. This iron-rich red meat has often been recommended for persons with anemia.  Usually, you are able to buy the tenderloin whole not if form of a steak. It weights from 1…

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Gingerbread

Gingerbread was part of the holiday rituals long before Christmas. Back in ancient Egypt, there was a tradition of making honey cookies. Honey was the only available sweetener. It is also a natural preservative, which allows these cakes to stay fresh for a long time. The tradition of making honey cookies came to Europe from two different directions. One came from Egypt through Greece and…

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Urmašice

This summer, Schär introduced the new Mix C – Mix Pâtisserie flour for sweets and cakes. It was an honor to try new flour for our market and write 3 sweet recipes that will be on the packaging of new flour. One of the recipes is this one – Urmašice. Urmašice, a delicacy of oriental origin, is a traditional recipe in Serbia and Bosnia. There are…

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Yeast free gluten free bread

In most cases, people with celiac disease have a problem with the immune system, which often manifests as general exhaustion. The causes are different, most commonly is anemia (iron deficiency in the bloodstream), overgrowth of candida fungus (candidiasis), Thyroid disruption, … Candida is also found in a healthy organism, but its level is controlled. If the candida level in the body starts growing, its toxic…

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Peach cake

During hot summer days, a light sponge summer cake is all that you need. Soft sponge biscuit, sweet vanilla cream and cold fresh fruit – anyone interested? This is traditional cake in my family. We love to make it almost during whole year. In winter we make it with bananas or preserved fruit such as pineapple, peach etc. In spring there are berries, in summer…

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Pretzels

These are the most delicious pretzels you’ll ever try! They are good as a snack for work or school, but also as part of some easy serving at parties, birthdays or some other celebrations. I got the recipe from my husband’s mom – my mother-in-law, who is trying to learn more about celiac disease, gluten-free diet, recipes, and to surprise me all the time since…

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