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  1. Wonderful website. Will have to explore more recipes. I like the green apple dutch oven.

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  2. Your website is so wonderful. I recently purchased brazil nut flour from loving earth http://www.lovingearth.net/. I was just wondering if you have used this product and if you have any brazil nut flour recipes?

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  3. Hey, friend. Digging in here. Any chance you could do "nut free" the way you've done with "egg free"? So many things look good, but you know our nut issues.

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    1. I have labeled the nut free recipes as well if that helps. I'd say that at least 50% of my recipes are nut free. However in regards to "baked goods", nut free is much less of an option in grain free baking. I do have quite a few coconut flour recipes that are technically considered to be nut free. However if coconut is an issue as well, then I'm sorry to day I have very little baked goods that would be useful to you. http://urbanposer.blogspot.com/p/all-recipes.html

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