When I finished my first paper, I sent it around to all the major researchers of the associated diseases. I went to the Micheal J Fox Foundation website to get their address, and on the home page was a big promotion for their "Pancakes for Parkinson's" fundraiser. I nearly lost my mind. It still gives me anxiety. Pancakes are the most basic gluten delivery system there is.
Anyhow, Jeff and I have been doing more diabetes research lately. He got Jenny Ruhl's book "Blood Sugar 101", which has lots of information from a skeptical patient's perspective (I can relate). I am still processing that data, but she does have a pancake recipe in there that may save the world. It's gluten free and almost carb-free. Wish I would have found this years ago!
I have tweaked it a bit. They work without the guar gum too.
1 scoop whey protein isolate, zero carb, vanilla flavored
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp guar gum
1/8 cup water
1/2 Tsp oil
Mix dry ingredients. Add wet ingredients one at a time, in that order, mix each thoroughly. Cook in a lightly greased pan. Do not overcook. Makes 2 six-inch pancakes.
These look and taste good. They have a weird property of not retaining much heat though. You have to soften up some butter to put on top of them.
We use this syrup.
It's got the best carb/taste ratio. (we bought it online but I just saw it at Fred Meyer/Kroger)
Now I might not post again for a while.
I have extensive pancake experiments to conduct.