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gigimac
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I am trying to stay gf but one of my favorite recipes calls for cream of mushroom soup. I have always used campbells but last time I tried an organic gluten free kind and it was not good.

It had a watery consistency and very little flavor which is the opposite of what I want.

Anybody know a good gluten free cream of mushroom soup?

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Use fresh mushrooms, could even be sauted in white wine. That will really help with some flavor.

Tapicoa Flour can be used as thickener. Guar Gum, too. Almond Milk - maybe a pureed tofu paste?

Onions or Shallots for richness of flavor and some substance.

If you have a link to the recipe or tell me what you are trying to make, I'll see if I can offer ideas. I'll check back later - gotta get a shower.

Did you cross search the gluten-free sites?
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Quite a few promising hits with a web search of:

make gluten free mushroom soup
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Progresso make a gluten free cream of mushroom soup! It is good!!! Very similar to Campbells cream of anything soup!
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Not sure of that brand but you can find the label online to check.

To help you sort out if ingredents are safe - beyond gluten, see below. MSG is often included but under a different name. Just be sure to avoid it at all costs:


http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=029690;p=0

Excitotoxins; MSG; Aspartame; & "Natural" Flavors

"Hidden Sources" of Gluten here, Diary considerations here, too.
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[ 05-24-2013, 08:17 PM: Message edited by: Keebler ]

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Wow, journeys! That is good to know. I wish I could eat dairy! Then I'd be all set!

Cream of mushroom soups in cooking is one thing I've really really missed!

I have a recipe to make your own but it's VERY INVOLVED. Then what do you do with all of it?

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Christina Cooks - likely will have a vegan mushroom soup recipe & organic. She uses Almond Milk in many of her dishes. Excellent site / show that is on PBS.
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Lymetoo, freeze the extra for another time! or two.
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My husband is the cook here, and he made me gf cream of mushroom soup to put in the freezer. It was excellent in all dishes. I can't remember where he found the recipe.
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Thanks everyone! You have given me some really good ideas.
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Yeah, if it wasn't such a booger of a recipe. I'm a lazy cook. Right now I can't have mushrooms anyway.

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My gosh tu. What do you eat????

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Ain't much right now! Vegetables, vegetables and then protein.

I have to get the upper hand on the yeast beast.

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I love dairy and eggs and almonds and am allergic to all 3 plus cannot eat gluten [dizzy]

AI (allergie immun) did not help with any of my allergies!!

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