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  • [Cheery festive music]

  • Today we're going to be baking Christmas cookies - low FODMAP-style

  • with Stevie!

  • [Cheering and applause] S: Oh, hi!

  • J: If you don't know, Claudia and I adopted Stevie this summer

  • because if you can't have a baby,

  • why not have a truculent twenty-something American who's obsessed with purple and sleeps 'til midday?

  • S: How long have you been preparing that? How dare you?

  • J: Stevie has recently been diagnosed with some connective tissue issues

  • and as part of that she's maybe gonna start looking at the FODMAP Diet,

  • which is very good for those of us who don't have great bellies

  • S: I love bread!

  • J: OK, good luck with that.

  • S: I bought gluten-free bagels and they were the most disgusting thing I've ever tried

  • J: I will admit that gluten-free bagels aren't a good idea.

  • J: Well, we're gonna bake cookies!

  • J: Using...almond flour.

  • S: Yaaay. J: Now, some people do have issues with different nut flours,

  • J: but this is the one that works for me, so hopefully it will work for you.

  • J: We're also going to be using...coconut flour!

  • S: Why both? J: A nice mixture.

  • J: Because coconut flour - boy, it just sucks everything up

  • J: You then need to balance it out

  • J: with a less absorbent flour. S: Oooh, keep it moist.

  • S: So you're literally doing science.

  • J: That is what baking is. S: I know, that's why it's terrifying,

  • S: because there's so much math! J: Cooking is an art; baking is science!

  • S: I can't bake. I'm so happy you're here to teach me.

  • J: Do you have anything that weighs?

  • J: Because I looked around your kitchen... S: Here's the thing.

  • J: I couldn't find anything. S: So, American and English weighing systems are very different.

  • S: So I have like cups; quarter cup.

  • S: You guys do grams, right? J: Yes!

  • J: Obvious way, because... S: I know, your little scales are so cute!

  • J: ...it makes sense.

  • J: OK!

  • J: We're gonna start with...! S: Oh, my God, you have to, like, do...conversions.

  • J: Yes, I do.

  • S: Phew! J: This is gonna be great.

  • S: I'm so happy you're doing it.

  • J: We're gonna start with a dairy-free spread or butter.

  • J: It's like a coconut-ginger Christmas biscuit, so...

  • S: OK, good. J: It works very well.

  • S: [Inaudible]

  • J: 190 grams of this.

  • J: OK, OK, it tells me on it

  • that it's ten ounces, which is 283 grams.

  • J: So we can work out from that...

  • and a little bit of guesstimation.

  • S: I thought it was a science?

  • J: Love is guesstimation. There we go.

  • J: ...In grams! C: You could probably Google it.

  • J: Shall we Google that? Let's Google. S: Yes.

  • J: One cup is 340 grams.

  • We're gonna work it out from that.

  • J: Right. Next thing.

  • Sweetener.

  • This one I brought with me from England because I wasn't sure what you have here.

  • J: When you're on a FODMAP Diet, you can't have the sweeteners that end in "--ol,"

  • but this is sucralose, which they sell as Splenda here.

  • S: So light and fluffy.

  • J: This half cup is 170 grams.

  • J: And we're going to mix until light and fluffy!

  • S: You want me to mix?

  • S: I feel like the sugar would just float away

  • if you blew on it.

  • J: I mean, yeah, it...it will, so. S: But like even slightly.

  • J: Thank you very much, good job.

  • J: Then we need to add in eggs andGolden Syrup!

  • S: Oh, maple syrup?

  • J: ...No. S: Oh.

  • J: Golden Syrup doesn't work for me and Maple Syrup doesn't work for me -

  • all those kinds of things.

  • J: Instead, we have organic maple-flavored syrup.

  • S: OK. J: Made with stevia!

  • J: Four tablespoons. S: Oh, great! I have the...

  • S: Yeah, we still measure in tablespoons, but not...? That's so weird.

  • J: I don't know why that would be different.

  • S: I don't know, I don't understand why you haveweigh in grams.

  • J: Really? S: Yeah, I don't get it.

  • S: 'Cause we don't do weight at all.

  • S: We just do volume.

  • S: We only measure in weight when it's like a giant amount,

  • like, "I'm buying ten pounds of marijuana," you know what I mean?

  • J: You wanna add your eggs?

  • S: Yeah. J: Oh, tell me again about the disgusting thing you guys do to eggs.

  • S: I haven't fact-checked this.

  • S: It's because we remove the membrane

  • on the top of it; the natural membrane when the hen lays the egg.

  • S: Um, because we're obsessed with, like, being sanitary.

  • [Bewildered noise] S: It gets rid of its shelf life, which is usually--Americans love shelf life!

  • S: So, it's kind of weird.

  • S: So that's why we refrigerate our eggs.

  • S: The first time I went to England, I saw the eggs just chillin', not in the fridge, and I was like

  • [horrified gasp] "What's happening?!"

  • J: We were like, "we don't bleach our eggs like weirdos."

  • S: I posted it online and people were like, "Don't Google it."

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: All right, break. S: Smells great.

  • J: Able-bodied person?!

  • J: Whoa, you made it look so good.

  • S: Oooo, that changed it.

  • S: Science!

  • J: So, almond flour! 150 grams! Oh, cheers.

  • J: Here we go again.

  • S: Did you know that the grams thing wasn't a thing here before today?

  • J: I mean, I did know that the grams thing wasn't a thing.

  • I somehow thought that you would have a measuring scale

  • which would have both grams and pounds and ounces on

  • because that's what we have in England.

  • S: If you have a scale in your house and they arrest you

  • for something, then they give you another charge for drug dealing.

  • [Record scratch]

  • S: So when I saw scales in England, I was like,

  • "Oh, my God, look at all these drug dealers."

  • J: The ONLY thing people in America use weights for is to measure drugs?

  • S: I'm sure there's other things; I can't think of any.

  • J: Baking!

  • S: Nobody uses scales to bake, though.

  • J: So, if I see a scale in an American household,

  • J: I know they're a drug dealer. S: Yeah.

  • J: Please confirm in the comments.

  • S: I mean you could be like, "Explain yourself" and they'll be like, "I don't sell drugs."

  • J: So, half a cup is 170 grams.

  • I need 150 grams, let's go.

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: All right, now we have coconut flour!

  • J: Yay! Coconut flour's one of my favourite flours.

  • S: Mm! J: Although you have to use so much less of it than regular flour

  • J: otherwise, phew! Everything's gonna be very dry including your mouth.

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: We need to add the ground ginger, cinnamon, baking soda, cloves, salt, and guar gum.

  • S: What's guar gum?

  • J: It basically helps in your gluten-free baking, because gluten is the kind of stretchy element

  • that binds together flours.

  • J: This just adds that...

  • S: OK.

  • S: Ooo, it smells like chocolate!

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: Your job is to line this baking tray with wax paper.

  • S: OK!

  • J: And I'm gonna mix together the wet and the dry ingredients.

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: This is like all of my exercise for the day. S: Yeah, you're getting it.

  • C: Do you want help?

  • C: Does it need more, like, mixing?

  • J: Where are your teaspoons?

  • S: Oh, like actual spoons that--for stirring tea? L.O.L.

  • [Cackling]

  • J: Sorry, do you not have teaspoons in your country?

  • S: I mean, I have like smaller spoons if that's OK. C: Do you just call them small spoons?

  • S: Yeah. C: They're called teaspoons.

  • J: So, take a tablespoon amount, and then, using your teaspoon,

  • scrape it down.

  • J: Flatten it out slightly.

  • S: Like that?

  • J: Wow, those are misshapen.

  • J: Yeah, like this.

  • J: You don't want any kind of like really thick bits and then really thin bits.

  • S: SO good.

  • J: Doesn't it smell like Christmas? S: Mmhm.

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • S: They look so pretty, look at them!

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • [Background] S: They're so pretty!

  • J: Christmas cookies! [Stevie chuckles]

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: Can you taste anything or just...? S: Shut up!

  • S: Stop!

  • S: This is SO good.

  • J: Good!

  • S: How does this not have anything bad in it?

  • J: I know!

  • [Slaps thigh]

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: Gluten. And sugar. S: I wasn't--I was ready for this to taste bad.

  • S: I'm not gonna lie, I'm so sorry.

  • S: I love you, but I was like...

  • "This is fake everything, what?"

  • J: OK... S: But it's SO good!

  • S: Oh, my God!

  • S: There's no sugar; no dairy... J: Mmhm, mmhm.

  • S: No gluten. J: Mm-mm.

  • S: What? J: I know.

  • S: I don't think I've ever eaten something that's sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free that's, like, a thing you make.

  • J: And actually tasty, too.

  • S: Mm! [Whispering] What the hell?

  • S: You should make a cookie cookbook.

  • [Cheery festive music]

  • J: Hi, Ziggy.

  • [Noises to call a cat]

  • S: Ziggy, get down.

  • S: You're so bad.

[Cheery festive music]

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烘焙與Jessica和Stevie Boebi //低FODMAP聖誕餅乾 [CC] 。 (Baking with Jessica and Stevie Boebi // Low FODMAP Christmas Cookies [CC])

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