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Nina       nina.nethery@verizon.net 1-8-2002 5:21 PM
Does anyone have a favorite low carb bread machine recipe -- that you have tried and liked well enough to make more than once?

Jeanne       jeangruszecki@aol.com 5-30-2002 9:45 PM
If you got a response to your message, I would also be interested in any LOW CARB recipes. Thanks.
Jenn       BfloBuddah@cs.com 7-22-2002 07:22 AM
Hi, my father emailed me this page and told me I may be interested. I've had stomach problems for quite some time now but after 5 operations they're still not sure what it is. My doctor has told me to try a low fat low carb diet and to reduce my stress. I can attest that this method works. It's a modified version of The Zone. Living with 4 other people I can't always stick to this lifestyle but when I don't my problems come back. Can you forward any recipes you are sent on to me as maybe they'll be just the thing I need to help bring my family over to the Low Carb lifestyle.

Thanks and good luck!
Jo-Anne       sweetness@diettalk.net 12-21-2002 3:03 PM
Here Ya go.. as per requested.

Low Carb Bread Machine Recipe
Lo Carb BRead

From Barbo's site

1/2 cup water -- warmed
1/2 cup cream
1 tablespoon oil
1 large egg
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup gluten flour
1 cup oat flour
2 teaspoons yeast
1 teaspoon sugar (to feed the yeast)

To your bread machine add the ingredients in the order given above.

Use the dough setting and take out and bake in a normal bread pan. 30 minutes at 375 degrees

60 carbs and 196 protein per loaf. You can get 15 slices, so 4 per slice.

lnordick       lnordick@hotmail.com 7-2-2003 12:16 PM
Thanks alot for the bread recipe!!!
Zika       5-12-2004 5:14 PM
Did somebody try out the Bread recipe ?
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