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Jasmine Rice Chips2014-08-09T19:32:34+00:00

Fast Tract Diet for SIBO Forum Fast Tract Diet Q&A Jasmine Rice Chips

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  • Andeo23
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    I found a recipe in which I can use rice flour, oil, water, and salt to make rice chips. If I used jasmine rice to make the flour, would it keep a FP of zero, or could the cooking process make it higher?

    Norm Robillard
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    Interesting. Yes, the cooking process could create some resistant starch, but likely much less than using flours from other high amylose rices. I would love to hear about the results Andeo.

    AndreaS
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    Please share the recipe if possible 🙂

    FrugalJen
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    Andeo23
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    Below is a link for a recipe. My wife said the recipe is very similar to what she has used to make tortilla chips, just with different ingredients. I am going to give it a try and see if they affect me. I am looking for something that I can eat with guacamole or salsa with a low FP.

    http://www.mashupmom.com/gluten-free-dairy-free-corn-free-most-things-free-rice-chips/

    AndreaS
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    Wonderful, thanks for the recipes! I first read the simple one Andeo provided. Then I figured that the one Jen posted was basically the same apart from flavors. I know that’s rude to say, however, I think the basic principle is the same. And so I made them with rice flour, a bit of oil and water, added spices and that’s it. Couldn’t be easier, tastes delicious. Period 🙂
    http://my.woex.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/rice_chips_tabaratto.jpg

    ftder
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    Celery and guac is quite good. Someone said Nutthin crackers had a low FP and they would work well too if tollerated.

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