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I promised I wouldn't post any recipes here with illegal ingredients, but I still want to share so I came up with another solution (the first was to post at Pioneer Woman's Tasty Kitchen). I asked Shirley at Gluten-Free Easily if she wouldn't mind posting the chocolate cake I made for my husband on Father's Day.
Cocoa powder [affiliate link] is not legal on GAPS, and neither is baking soda [affiliate link]. But I decided to “cheat” since neither seem to bother me. UPDATE!! Dr. Natasha says baking soda is okay in baking AND cocoa is okay if you have cleared up your digestive issues!
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