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Old 07-10-2008, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default I need a Ph 1 compliant Quiche Crust

I'm goign to back to beloved Ph 1 to Kill the cravings I just need a Flax crust (for fiber friendliness) for my quiche recpie any ideas?

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I'm not going to be any help here with the recipe, but can you use flax on Ph1?
Anyway, one option would be to skip the crust, and make it as a frittata.
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well usually I do crustless but I want to make sure I can bond with the throne room
I was thinking of making almost like a Graham cracker crust but with Flax LF parm and some smart balance?
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you can use flax but the serving size is so small..
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What about using parmesan cheese mixed with the smart balance? That would make a nice crispy brown coating and would be delicious.
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I usually get 8-10 pieces from quiche so I figured I'd just do the crust accordingly
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I don't know if this is acceptable for P1, but I've used almond meal or almond flour as a crust.
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well technically (if i'm being a food ****) NO NUT FLOURS or LEGUME flours allowed in phase 1... NO FLOURS allowed...

why not make a frittata instead of a quiche?
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True almond flour should only be 100% highly ground almonds till it takes on a flour consistancy though.....nothing else added except almonds......that should be okay right???
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thanks for the input ladies. I'll let you know wha.t I decide to do
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True almond flour should only be 100% highly ground almonds till it takes on a flour consistancy though.....nothing else added except almonds......that should be okay right???
well i think nut flours are ok.. but no legume flours no chickpea flour in other words.

grinding stuff makes it easier to digest and raises the GI of it.
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