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SUBSTITUTES

Sad because you don't think you can make a treat because it contains an ingredient you can't have in your food?  Maybe we can help!  Below is a list of subsitutes that may assist you in choosing an alternative.  All the information below is from a variety of sources on the internet.  A link is provided for your reference.

WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR

A partial list of wheat products and foods that may contain wheat include:

 

Wheat Products Ingredients Containing Wheat Foods Containing Wheat
Bulgur

Bran

Durum

Farina

Flour (Whole wheat or enriched)

Graham Flour

High gluten flour

High protein flour

Semolina

Starch

Wheat malt

Wheat starch
Gluten

Gelatinized starch

Hydrolyzed vegetable protein

Vital gluten

Wheat bran

Wheat germ

Wheat gluten

Vegetable gum

Vegetable starch

Acker Meal

Breads, cookies, cakes, and other baked goods

Bread crumbs

Cereals

Couscous

Crackers

Cracker meal

Pasta

Spelt

Wheat substitutes include barley, corn, oat, potato, rice and soy flours and arrowroot starch.

ONE CUP OF WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR EQUALS:

  • 7/8 cup amaranth
  • 7/8 cup garbanzo bean
  • 7/8 cup chickpea (garbanzo)
  • 3/4 cup corn flour
  • 1 cup cornmeal
  • 3/4 cup millet flour
  • 3/4 cup oat flour
  • 5/8 cup potato flour
  • 3/4 cup potato starch
  • 7/8 cup rice flour
  • 3/4 cup soy flour

WHITE FLOUR:

 

ONE CUP OF WHITE FLOUR EQUALS: 

  • 1- 3/8 cups barley flour
  • 1 cup corn flour
  • 7/8 cup corn meal 
  • 3/8 cup potato flour
  • 7/8 cup rice flour 
  • 1 cup rye meal 
  • 1-1/2 cups ground rolled oats or 1 cup oat flour
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour

OILS

  • Canola Oil: Canola oil has the lowest fat of any other oil that exists. If it is heated to high temperatures it might let off an unpleasant smell. The substitutes that can be used for canola oil are safflower oil and corn oil; however they are not as low in saturated fat.
  • Corn oil: Corn oil has a high content of polyunsaturated fats and has fatty acids that assist in fighting cholesterol. It is considered a good source of nutrition of fat for dogs. A substitute for corn oil is canola oil.

SOURCES:

http://www.yourallergysymptoms.com/wheat-allergy-symptoms.html

http://www.seefido.com/html/processed_food_that_can_be_use.htm

http://media.wiley.com/product_data/excerpt/36/07645977/0764597736.pdf

http://food.oregonstate.edu/g/subflour.html

All recipes are submitted by members of the group.  However, some pups can't eat certain foods.  Remember, every pup is different, so be aware before trying any of the recipes - knowledge is power!

You are what you eat!