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PostSubject: Hadassah's Pantry   Mon Dec 31, 2007 10:53 am

Flours and grains

From Alles GlutenFrei/Querfood:
Schär Mix B
Schär Mix C
Soja Mehl (Soy flour)
Quinoa Vollkorn Mehl
Amaranth Vollkorn Mehl
Teff Mehl
Hirse Vollkorn Mehl (Millet)
Buchweizenmehl (Buckwheat flour)

Rewe/Toom:
Speisestärke (Cornstarch)
Kartoffelmehl (potato starch)
Gemahlene Haselnusskerne (Hazelnut flour)
Süße Mandeln (Almond Flour)
Süße Mandeln gehackt (minced almonds)
Hazelnussen gehackt (Minced hazelnuts)
Haferflocken (Oat meal flakes)

Buchweizengrütze (Buckwheat groats)
Couscous sans gluten (Rice couscous)
Maizgreiß groß (Kukuruz) - Corn Gritz
Polenta by Kattus
Leinsaat (Linseed/Flaxseed)
Ideal Reis (spitzenreis)

Asian/Indian Markets:
Gram Flour (Chickpea flour)
Rice Flour
Tapioca Flour
Corn Starch
White Maize Meal/P.A.N. Pre-cooked White Corn Flour
Thai Glutinous Rice (purple rice)


Cooking aids:

Alles Glutenfrei/Querfood:
Weinstein-backpulver (Cream of Tartar)
Guarkernmehl (Guar Gum)

Rewe/Toom:
Haus Natron (Baking Soda)
Hefe (yeast)
Original Backin (Baking Powder)
Vanillin Zucker (Vanilla Sugar)
Apfelessig (Cider Vinegar)
Rapsöl (Canola Oil)
Olivenöl (Olive Oil)
Honig (Honey)
Öko Roh Rohrzucker (Organic Sugarbeet Sugar)
Großes Meersalz aus Sizilien (Kosher Salt for breads)
Puder Zucker (Powdered Sugar)
Raffinade-Zucker (Refined Sugar)
Brauner Zucker (Brown Sugar)
Sesam-samen geröstet (Roasted sesame seeds)


Apotheke (Apothecary):
Delta Zuckerrohr-Melasse (Sugarbeet Molasses - no Sulfites)

Asian/Indian Market:
Agar-Agar Pulver (Agar Agar Powder)
Poppy Seeds (from India)
Geriebene Kokosnuss (Dessicated Coconut)

Fruits and candied items:

Toom/Rewe:
Weinbeeren (unsulphured seedless currant raisins)
Sultaninen (Sultan raisins)
Pistazien (Pistachios for cookies)
Quitten Gelee (Quince Fruit jelly)
Früchte Mix gewürfelt (candied fruit for stollen=
Belegkirschen (Candied cherries)
Succade (candied citron)
Orangeat (candied orange)
Schoko tröpfchen backstabil (Chocolate chips)
Bunte zuckerstrezsel (Jimmies/sprinkles)
Weiße Schokolade 200g (Cooking white chocolate bar)
Zartbitter Kuvertüre 200g (Cooking semi-sweet chocolate bar)
Zucker-Herzen (sugar hearts 100g)
Zucker-Blüten (sugar blooms 100g)
Rum Aroma (Rum flavoring)
Butter Vanille Aroma (Vanilla flavoring)
Bitter Mandel Aroma (Almond flavoring)
Cocoapulver (Coco powder)


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PostSubject: Re: Hadassah's Pantry   Mon Dec 31, 2007 11:26 pm

wow you have a great pantry, especially for only being in a new country for half a year! I noticed you dont' have sweet rice flour, I see that in many recipes but can't find it, do you have a problem finding it too?

I see you don't have Xanthun too, do you prefer gar gum?

( don't worry I will erase this later I don't want to interfer with your pantry list.)_ Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Hadassah's Pantry   Tue Jan 01, 2008 9:14 am

Yeah, I try to not use too much corn product since my dad and I have the same blood and body type and almost all the same allergies. I figured I would head off a potential corn allergy by not using too much corn (xanthan all the time in recipes as one) when I cook breads, cookies and cakes.

Sweet rice flour we see from time to time, but I think the two they have all the time is Glutenous rice flour and white rice flour - I can't find brown rice flour but I found "red rice flour" once... I'm wondering if I would do better with a mill and just getting the correct rice than purchasing the packages.. but I don't know if we can afford that just yet. My next 'biggie' is a Kitchenaid so I can save time in the kitchen with the bread recipes (cheers)

Considering I cook some kind of bread every day, I know I have to keep a well stocked pantry. I never know what I will crave next - so I have to be rather prepared.
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PostSubject: Re: Hadassah's Pantry   Fri Oct 31, 2008 5:44 am

We had some new stores open up near us, and I have more items to add Smile

Sugar Beet Sugar (unrefined) (Tegut)
Hemp flour (Tegut)
cookies (Tegut and DM)

Breads (DM)

Red Rice Flour (Asian market)

I'll add more when I can think better
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