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  • 'Gluten-free Museum' Tumblr imagines famous works of art without any wheat

    Celiac Disease News
    31 Mar 2015 | 7:25 pm
    It appears as though Walt Disney couldn't get his hands on gluten-free pasta from the future for Lady and the Tramp's kiss scene. Do you know someone who can't stop talking about the fact that they're gluten-intolerant? Who can't even tolerate the sight of gluten through a computer screen ? We're not referring to the roughly 1 per cent of Canadians with celiac disease , an autoimmune disorder that requires sufferers abstain from the wheat protein-we mean real gluten haters-self-diagnosed semolina avoiders who mumble about " wheat bellies " and describe gluten as evil.
  • New support group for Celiac disease sufferers at WakeMed Cary - WTVD-TV

    "CELIAC DISEASE" - Google News
    31 Mar 2015 | 3:47 pm
    WTVD-TVNew support group for Celiac disease sufferers at WakeMed CaryWTVD-TVUp until then, there wasn't much known about celiac disease, and there certainly weren't the gluten-free options on store shelves you see now. Still, to manage her disease, Barnes works with a dietician at Cary Wakemed. The two have collaborated to
  • [Celiac News] Esophagectomy: Left Thoracoabdominal and Left Neck

    the sensible celiac
    1 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Esophagectomy: Left Thoracoabdominal and Left NeckThe left thoracoabdominal and left neck approach to esophagectomy offers flexibility, versatility, and options. In the western world, the principal histologic cell type of esophageal cancer is adenocarcinoma. It is overwhelmingly located in the distal esophagus, esophagogastric junction, or proximal stomach. The first step of esophagecto...
  • Coors Peak Beer Now Certified Gluten-free

    Celiac Disease & Gluten-free Diet Information at Celiac.com - Articles
    1 Apr 2015 | 8:30 am
    Coors Peak beer, a gluten-free copper lager, which hit store shelves in Seattle and Portland, is wasting no time in collecting accolades from gluten-free organizations.
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips
    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
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  • 'Gluten-free Museum' Tumblr imagines famous works of art without any wheat

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:25 pm
    It appears as though Walt Disney couldn't get his hands on gluten-free pasta from the future for Lady and the Tramp's kiss scene. Do you know someone who can't stop talking about the fact that they're gluten-intolerant? Who can't even tolerate the sight of gluten through a computer screen ? We're not referring to the roughly 1 per cent of Canadians with celiac disease , an autoimmune disorder that requires sufferers abstain from the wheat protein-we mean real gluten haters-self-diagnosed semolina avoiders who mumble about " wheat bellies " and describe gluten as evil.
  • Gluten containing products you may not suspect

    31 Mar 2015 | 2:32 am
    Besides hiding in some of our favorite foods, gluten can hide in some of the products we use every day. Learn how to spot hidden gluten to help manage celiac disease.
  • Celiac Disease Pictures Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Celiac Disease

    30 Mar 2015 | 10:17 pm
    Celiac disease is a digestive disorder that occurs in reaction to gluten, a protein found in rye, barley, wheat, and hundreds of foods made with these grains. The body's immune system reacts to the gluten and causes damage to the intestine.
  • Community Center features healthy choices at food fair

    30 Mar 2015 | 3:50 pm
    Eleni Galouzis of Irene's Family Restaurant and Patty Worthington of Sprague Community Center help Sophia, 8, choose a wrap as her dad, Chris WIlliams, of Montville, looks on. Photo by Janice Steinhagen.
  • Gluten and Allergen Free Expo coming to Cobb Galleria April 18

    30 Mar 2015 | 8:44 am
    The Gluten & Allergen Free Expo is back in Atlanta on April 18 at the Cobb Galleria Center from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. This Examiner is once again a member of the Official Blogger Team and is excited to see that the list of exhibiting companies has grown from last year's successful event. This traveling expo is designed to meet the needs of the celiac community, but it also welcomes those with gluten sensitivities, auto-immune/inflammatory diseases, and autism.
 
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  • New support group for Celiac disease sufferers at WakeMed Cary - WTVD-TV

    31 Mar 2015 | 3:47 pm
    WTVD-TVNew support group for Celiac disease sufferers at WakeMed CaryWTVD-TVUp until then, there wasn't much known about celiac disease, and there certainly weren't the gluten-free options on store shelves you see now. Still, to manage her disease, Barnes works with a dietician at Cary Wakemed. The two have collaborated to
  • What other health issues can celiac disease cause? - 4029tv

    25 Mar 2015 | 12:48 pm
    4029tvWhat other health issues can celiac disease cause?4029tvHowever, some people continue to experience lactose intolerance despite successful management of celiac disease. Cancer. People with celiac disease who don't maintain a gluten-free diet have a greater risk of developing several forms of cancer
  • Research Into Wheat Variety For People With Celiac Disease Gains New Ground - Huffington Post

    23 Mar 2015 | 9:21 am
    RTResearch Into Wheat Variety For People With Celiac Disease Gains New GroundHuffington PostThe Kansas Wheat Commission is spending $200,000 for the first two years of the project, which is meant to identify everything in wheat's DNA sequences that can trigger a reaction in people suffering from celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder in which ...Gluten-free wheat? Research aims to create new grains amid rise of celiac diseaseRTWheat tries to get in on the gluten-free food crazeCBS NewsInnocent until proven glutenSciencelineall 216 news articles »
  • Celiac Disease: Which Children Should Be Tested? - Medscape

    23 Mar 2015 | 3:59 am
    Celiac Disease: Which Children Should Be Tested?MedscapeSerological screening studies indicate that celiac disease (CD) has a prevalence of 1% to 2% in Western populations and that the incidence is increasing across all age groups. Although many individuals develop symptomatic CD, others do not. In fact ...
  • More evidence for rise, and race difference, in celiac disease - Fox News

    19 Mar 2015 | 4:28 am
    Fox NewsMore evidence for rise, and race difference, in celiac diseaseFox NewsBlood testing in a large sample of people representing the whole U.S. population showed that one percent of non-Hispanic whites had celiac disease – making them about four times more likely than people of either Hispanic or African American descent to ...
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  • [Celiac News] Esophagectomy: Left Thoracoabdominal and Left Neck

    1 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Esophagectomy: Left Thoracoabdominal and Left NeckThe left thoracoabdominal and left neck approach to esophagectomy offers flexibility, versatility, and options. In the western world, the principal histologic cell type of esophageal cancer is adenocarcinoma. It is overwhelmingly located in the distal esophagus, esophagogastric junction, or proximal stomach. The first step of esophagecto...
  • [Gluten Free Recipe] King Arthur Introduces Almond & Coconut Flours

    1 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    King Arthur Introduces Almond & Coconut FloursKing Arthur Gluten-Free flours and baking mixes have been around for a few years now and rank highly in my book. I’ll never forget the first time I tried their Chocolate Cake Mix. A friend of mine made me a cake for my birthday and served it to not just me, but other, non-gluten-free friends […]The post King Arthur Introduces Almond & Cocon...
  • [Celiac News] Celiac Disease Symptoms

    1 Apr 2015 | 4:02 am
    Celiac Disease SymptomsTitle: Celiac Disease SymptomsCategory: Doctor's & Expert's views on SymptomsCreated: 12/12/2013 1:59:00 PMLast Editorial Review: 12/12/2013 1:59:38 PM (Source: MedicineNet Crohn's Disease General)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Directory of the best January Sales in the UK. Find the best Christmas presents too.Source: [url=http://www.medworm.com/index.php?rid=7846472&c...
  • [Celiac News] Celiac Disease vs. 'Gluten-Sensitive'

    31 Mar 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Celiac Disease vs. 'Gluten-Sensitive'(Source: eMedicineHealth.com)Source: Celiac Disease vs. 'Gluten-Sensitive'
  • [Celiac News] Gastro 2013 APDW/WCOG Shanghai Working Party Report: Chronic diarrhea: Definition, classification, diagnosis

    31 Mar 2015 | 4:00 am
    Gastro 2013 APDW/WCOG Shanghai Working Party Report: Chronic diarrhea: Definition, classification, diagnosisAbstractDiarrhea is best defined as passage of loose stools often with more frequent bowel movements. For clinical purposes, the Bristol Stool Form Scale works well to distinguish stool form and to identify loose stools. Laboratory testing of stool consistency has lagged behind. ...
 
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Cookbooks

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
  • Beer Can Chucken

    22 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    So the grilling season has finally arrived in Maryland. My beer can chicken recipe has been reduced to a sprite can recipe -- my question is, can gluten " vaporize " into my chicken? My son says no way...
  • Selling Gluten Free Muffins

    16 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    I am a teacher and wanted to obtain some extra money in the summer and was thinking of selling gluten-free muffins in my surrounding area.  What do you think?  I have one great recipe and will need to play around with some basic banana and blueberry recipes.  I was going to only offer 3 kinds.  I am dairy, egg and peanut free so they will not include those ingredients which make it more difficult to find that great muffin.  Do you think this is a good idea?  What am I missing?  Suggestions on pricing? I know Udi's is somewhere around $6 for 4 muffins. …
  • gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

    15 Mar 2015 | 3:02 pm
    2 weeks in, I had to try to create a pizza crust, mainly because I have PERFECTED the glutinized homemade crust, sigh. The King Arthur's website published recipe was a disaster -- completely stuck to the pan and what I could pry off was unimpressive. So that went in the trash. My Second attempt was with KA's gluten-free bread and pizza mix. it makes two crusts, and both came out really well, I might use the adjective "crackerlike" -- a win for me.
  • Experience With Homemade Gluten Free Pastry

    9 Mar 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Hi Everyone!   I have never met anyone who has had the lucky experience of being able to make homemade pastry with gluten free flour.  I have tried it on numerous occasions and it has never worked out. It always crumbles and breaks apart. It never goes anywhere near squidgy which is what it should be like. Has anyone else had any luck and if so, how did you do it and what did you use?    
 
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Cookbooks

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
  • Beer Can Chucken

    22 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    So the grilling season has finally arrived in Maryland. My beer can chicken recipe has been reduced to a sprite can recipe -- my question is, can gluten " vaporize " into my chicken? My son says no way...
  • Selling Gluten Free Muffins

    16 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    I am a teacher and wanted to obtain some extra money in the summer and was thinking of selling gluten-free muffins in my surrounding area.  What do you think?  I have one great recipe and will need to play around with some basic banana and blueberry recipes.  I was going to only offer 3 kinds.  I am dairy, egg and peanut free so they will not include those ingredients which make it more difficult to find that great muffin.  Do you think this is a good idea?  What am I missing?  Suggestions on pricing? I know Udi's is somewhere around $6 for 4 muffins. …
  • gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

    15 Mar 2015 | 3:02 pm
    2 weeks in, I had to try to create a pizza crust, mainly because I have PERFECTED the glutinized homemade crust, sigh. The King Arthur's website published recipe was a disaster -- completely stuck to the pan and what I could pry off was unimpressive. So that went in the trash. My Second attempt was with KA's gluten-free bread and pizza mix. it makes two crusts, and both came out really well, I might use the adjective "crackerlike" -- a win for me.
  • Experience With Homemade Gluten Free Pastry

    9 Mar 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Hi Everyone!   I have never met anyone who has had the lucky experience of being able to make homemade pastry with gluten free flour.  I have tried it on numerous occasions and it has never worked out. It always crumbles and breaks apart. It never goes anywhere near squidgy which is what it should be like. Has anyone else had any luck and if so, how did you do it and what did you use?    
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Cookbooks

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
  • Beer Can Chucken

    22 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    So the grilling season has finally arrived in Maryland. My beer can chicken recipe has been reduced to a sprite can recipe -- my question is, can gluten " vaporize " into my chicken? My son says no way...
  • Selling Gluten Free Muffins

    16 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    I am a teacher and wanted to obtain some extra money in the summer and was thinking of selling gluten-free muffins in my surrounding area.  What do you think?  I have one great recipe and will need to play around with some basic banana and blueberry recipes.  I was going to only offer 3 kinds.  I am dairy, egg and peanut free so they will not include those ingredients which make it more difficult to find that great muffin.  Do you think this is a good idea?  What am I missing?  Suggestions on pricing? I know Udi's is somewhere around $6 for 4 muffins. …
  • gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

    15 Mar 2015 | 3:02 pm
    2 weeks in, I had to try to create a pizza crust, mainly because I have PERFECTED the glutinized homemade crust, sigh. The King Arthur's website published recipe was a disaster -- completely stuck to the pan and what I could pry off was unimpressive. So that went in the trash. My Second attempt was with KA's gluten-free bread and pizza mix. it makes two crusts, and both came out really well, I might use the adjective "crackerlike" -- a win for me.
  • Experience With Homemade Gluten Free Pastry

    9 Mar 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Hi Everyone!   I have never met anyone who has had the lucky experience of being able to make homemade pastry with gluten free flour.  I have tried it on numerous occasions and it has never worked out. It always crumbles and breaks apart. It never goes anywhere near squidgy which is what it should be like. Has anyone else had any luck and if so, how did you do it and what did you use?    
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Cookbooks

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
  • Beer Can Chucken

    22 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    So the grilling season has finally arrived in Maryland. My beer can chicken recipe has been reduced to a sprite can recipe -- my question is, can gluten " vaporize " into my chicken? My son says no way...
  • Selling Gluten Free Muffins

    16 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    I am a teacher and wanted to obtain some extra money in the summer and was thinking of selling gluten-free muffins in my surrounding area.  What do you think?  I have one great recipe and will need to play around with some basic banana and blueberry recipes.  I was going to only offer 3 kinds.  I am dairy, egg and peanut free so they will not include those ingredients which make it more difficult to find that great muffin.  Do you think this is a good idea?  What am I missing?  Suggestions on pricing? I know Udi's is somewhere around $6 for 4 muffins. …
  • gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

    15 Mar 2015 | 3:02 pm
    2 weeks in, I had to try to create a pizza crust, mainly because I have PERFECTED the glutinized homemade crust, sigh. The King Arthur's website published recipe was a disaster -- completely stuck to the pan and what I could pry off was unimpressive. So that went in the trash. My Second attempt was with KA's gluten-free bread and pizza mix. it makes two crusts, and both came out really well, I might use the adjective "crackerlike" -- a win for me.
  • Experience With Homemade Gluten Free Pastry

    9 Mar 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Hi Everyone!   I have never met anyone who has had the lucky experience of being able to make homemade pastry with gluten free flour.  I have tried it on numerous occasions and it has never worked out. It always crumbles and breaks apart. It never goes anywhere near squidgy which is what it should be like. Has anyone else had any luck and if so, how did you do it and what did you use?    
 
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Cookbooks

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:31 am
    What are some of your favorite cookbooks that don't take too much effort or tons of ingredients? I really like crock pot recipes and casseroles because I have two small kids and don't have time to research tons of recipes online or to cook them.
  • Beer Can Chucken

    22 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    So the grilling season has finally arrived in Maryland. My beer can chicken recipe has been reduced to a sprite can recipe -- my question is, can gluten " vaporize " into my chicken? My son says no way...
  • Selling Gluten Free Muffins

    16 Mar 2015 | 5:43 am
    I am a teacher and wanted to obtain some extra money in the summer and was thinking of selling gluten-free muffins in my surrounding area.  What do you think?  I have one great recipe and will need to play around with some basic banana and blueberry recipes.  I was going to only offer 3 kinds.  I am dairy, egg and peanut free so they will not include those ingredients which make it more difficult to find that great muffin.  Do you think this is a good idea?  What am I missing?  Suggestions on pricing? I know Udi's is somewhere around $6 for 4 muffins. …
  • gluten-free Piiza Crusts, First Attempts

    15 Mar 2015 | 3:02 pm
    2 weeks in, I had to try to create a pizza crust, mainly because I have PERFECTED the glutinized homemade crust, sigh. The King Arthur's website published recipe was a disaster -- completely stuck to the pan and what I could pry off was unimpressive. So that went in the trash. My Second attempt was with KA's gluten-free bread and pizza mix. it makes two crusts, and both came out really well, I might use the adjective "crackerlike" -- a win for me.
  • Experience With Homemade Gluten Free Pastry

    9 Mar 2015 | 5:13 pm
    Hi Everyone!   I have never met anyone who has had the lucky experience of being able to make homemade pastry with gluten free flour.  I have tried it on numerous occasions and it has never worked out. It always crumbles and breaks apart. It never goes anywhere near squidgy which is what it should be like. Has anyone else had any luck and if so, how did you do it and what did you use?    
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  • Flourless Baking and the Gluten Free Host

    Gluten Free Guy
    14 Mar 2015 | 9:34 pm
    Many desserts and other treats can be baked without using flour of any sort. Thus, we can entertain guests without uttering those emotionally-laden words “gluten free”. These articles contain a total of 113 recipes. The only problem is “too many choices”. (Please let me know if there are any recipes that do not belong on […]
  • Should You Be Tested for Celiac Disease Before You Begin a Gluten Free Diet?

    Gluten Free Guy
    11 Mar 2015 | 9:34 pm
    Yes, a screening  for celiac disease is an important first step. Here’s why: ~~~> YOU ONLY HAVE ONE CHANCE. The screening test for celiac disease is totally inaccurate if performed on a person who is already on a gluten free diet. ~~~> THE SCREENING TEST IS SIMPLE. I takes about an hour and is usually […]
  • Is Gluten Free Sourdough Bread Available?

    Gluten Free Guy
    7 Mar 2015 | 3:20 pm
    Yes indeed, gluten free sourdough bread is a possibility,  particularly for folks who are willing to bake it at home. Here’s Bob’s Red Mill’s recipe for gluten free sourdough bread. Click here if you prefer a video demonstration. “Some Whole Foods Markets stock gluten free sourdough bread.” Their site asks us to ‘inquire locally’. I […]
  • Are You Considering the Gluten Free Diet?

    Gluten Free Guy
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:10 pm
    I disagree with the assertion that “The biggest reason to go gluten free when not medically required to is simply because there is no downside to doing a gluten free trial provided proper nutrition is maintained I admire Udi Gluten Free and its products very much, but here I must object. There are certainly ‘downsides’. For example: […]
  • Gluten Free at Costco

    Gluten Free Guy
    19 Feb 2015 | 3:37 pm
    I shop gluten free in many different stores, but Costco generally has the lowest prices for the groceries that I need. What’s unique about Costco is that it is also the first place I look when I am shopping for television sets, computers, or toilet-paper. These huge “warehouse stores” have huge variety of items at a very reasonable […]
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  • NFCA Webinar: What Wikipedia Can’t Tell you About Celiac Disease Prevention

    Kimberly Bouldin
    1 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    The internet can be a useful resource when seeking information on anything and everything. The catch is knowing which resources are reliable and which are not. When my kids are writing papers for school, they mainly use the internet for their research. Back in my day we had to physically go to the library and use the encyclopedia or other books we found on whatever topic we happened to be researching. These days we have information websites like Wikipedia. While Wikipedia can be a useful resource for some facts and information, it can be edited by anyone, so there may be no way to know if…
  • King Arthur Introduces Almond & Coconut Flours

    Kimberly Bouldin
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    King Arthur Gluten-Free flours and baking mixes have been around for a few years now and rank highly in my book. I’ll never forget the first time I tried their Chocolate Cake Mix. A friend of mine made me a cake for my birthday and served it to not just me, but other, non-gluten-free friends who couldn’t stop raving about how good the cake was. I am thrilled to see that King Arthur has now added Almond Flour and Coconut Flour to their gluten-free line-up. I spotted the flours on the end cap when I was shopping at Earth Fare last week. Almond Flour – Certified gluten-free and…
  • Review: KIND Snacks Healthy Grains Bars

    Kimberly Bouldin
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    I was thrilled when I received a very cool sample package from KIND Snacks last week with the brand new KIND Healthy Grains Bars inside. There are five new bars in the line-up, joining five current varieties.  I didn’t waste much time working my way through them. The way the bars were packaged was super cute and creative. The bars are a perfect blend of crunchy and chewy, just like a granola bar is supposed to be. Of all the different varieties, I liked the Peanut Butter Berry the best. I keep one of these in my purse at all times for a quick snack or pick-me-up. These new bars will be…
  • Naturally Gluten-Free: Back-to-Basics

    Kimberly Bouldin
    25 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    I have written several posts in the past about naturally gluten-free foods. Sure, there is a place for gluten-free specialty food items, but there is nothing simpler than a food that doesn’t contain gluten to begin with. Whole, unprocessed foods are the healthiest foods for us, especially if they are naturally gluten-free. I have to avoid several other foods in addition to gluten. Some I am slightly sensitive to, others I have violent gastrointestinal reactions to. Fun, huh? Other times I am not sure what is making me sick or feel poorly, so I go back-to-basics and eat mostly whole,…
  • Review: Immaculate Baking GF Fudge Brownie Cookies

    Kimberly Bouldin
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    There is nothing better than the smell of freshly baked cookies on a chilly day. Even though we have been seeing some glimpses of spring here in Columbus, we still have some pretty chilly days. So, when I spotted some gluten-free cookie dough from Immaculate Baking at the grocery store last week, and it was on sale, I picked up a package. Immaculate Baking has a line of gluten-free cookie dough that includes three different varieties of cookies. The dough is already formed into cookies, so the only thing required of the “baker” is to pre-heat the oven and place the cookies on a pan.
 
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  • Karina's Nirvana Layer Bars- Chocolate & Coconut Bliss

    Karri Allrich
    28 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Divine Gluten-Free Layer BarsThis recipe is a family favorite- my chocolate-coconut cookie bar recipe. Simple to make. Sweet and gooey and bliss inducing. And most important? You can offer them at any gathering without a gluten-free apology. (Would that be, Don't ask, don't tell?)Bummed about the dairy in it? My son Alex has created his own casein-free version using condensed coconut milk. See our Dairy-Free Nirvana Bars recipe here.[READ MORE...}By Gluten-Free Goddess® Karina. Browse wonderful gluten-free recipes at http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com
  • Gluten-Free Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp-Crumble

    Karri Allrich
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Warm from the oven strawberry rhubarb crumble.We've been blessed with fecund weather here in Southern California. Love is in the air. House finches are singing. Mourning doves coo. Roses are unfolding their velvet petals. Trees are budding creamy white, violet-blue, and pink.In other words, picnic perfect. So I've been craving crisp and crumble desserts. The easiest of baked fresh fruit sweets... lovely for springtime picnic, or summer backyard get-together. A perfect ending to a grill-side supper on the deck, al fresco.Although I have featured a strawberry rhubarb crisp in the past…
  • Gluten-Free Crunchy Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Karina Allrich
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Crunchy almond butter cookies.A Good Cookie Is No Small Thing...Our latest variation on a theme- crunchy almond butter chocolate chip cookies. Why another gluten-free chocolate chip cookie recipe, you ask? There are so many reasons, Darling. In fact, where do I begin? First. The obvious. The duh. One can, in fact, never have too many gluten-free cookie recipes. Especially in our polite don't want to make a fuss look-but-don't-taste universe, when one has to live gluten and dairy free, shunning wheat flour, cream and butter, declining pink birthday party cupcakes and adorable custard…
  • Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread Recipe

    Karri Allrich
    9 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Tender, delicious gluten-free soda bread.Irish Soda Bread LoveFor bakers using wheat, Irish soda bread is one of the easiest no-fuss breads to throw together. The gluten in the wheat works its magic to bind the quick-rising dough without yeast. But if gluten is no longer in the equation, creating a tender loaf of Irish soda bread is a tad more complicated. Gluten-free quick breads can be crumbly and dry. Especially if you use the old school white rice flour and starch combo.Lucky for us, we have several newer alternative flours to choose from. Millet, sorghum, buckwheat, coconut, brown rice,…
  • Lemon-Blueberry Muffins

    Karina Allrich
    6 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Fresh baked lemon-blueberry muffins, Darling.Sunshine + LemonWith all the snow the Winter of 2015 has wrought (wreaked?), I thought I'd reprise this sunny lemon recipe for storm-weary spirits.From the archives: Caught in the clutches of an Arctic Vortex, what's a Gluten-Free Goddess to do? Why, bake, of course. (The calorie-stingy- but oh-so-delicious!- detox soup recipe will still be there tomorrow, in all it's green and virtuous glory. Don't you worry.) When the icy winds howl like Banshees on the headlands and the snow flies sideways in stinging barbs as sharp as an…
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  • Gluten-Free Museum on Tumblr

    1 Apr 2015 | 7:44 am
    Have you guys seen this new Tumblr blog yet? It's called Gluten-Free Museum and basically all of the gluten has been Photoshopped out of famous pieces of art (and some cartoons). This site is probably a joke poking fun at us, but it really puts things into perspective.We all know that almost all of the removed foods below can now be made gluten-free, but I think this puts our gluten-free diets into an interesting perspective. It shows you exactly how much gluten is embedded into our diets, culture, and history. Gluten is an integral part of human culture. It is only the special few that must…
  • Gluten-Free Easter Recipes

    31 Mar 2015 | 5:40 am
    It's almost Easter Sunday, so it's time to start thinking about your menu for the day. If I had my choice, it would be all chocolate all day. Others like to bake a ham or roast a lamb. However you eat on Easter, it's a time to celebrate.Here are some top bloggers with their own Easter recipes:Gluten Free Easter Recipe Roundup from GFJulesGluten-Free Easter Feast from Williams SonomaGluten Free Easter Recipes from Elana's Pantry25 Fabulous Gluten-Free Easter Recipes from Boulder LocavoreA Fuss-Free, Gluten-Free Easter Dinner from Living WithoutWhat's your favorite gluten-free Easter recipe?
  • Toffee and Ice Cream Making Class in New York City

    27 Mar 2015 | 7:17 am
    Ok, stop licking your monitor and sign up for this class right now! Tuesday, March 31, 20156:00 PM to 8:30 PMNYCJoin the NYC Celiac Meetup group for a tasty toffee tutorial and ice cream lesson while getting a behind-the-scenes look at the new gluten-free commercial kitchen space in East Harlem’s historic La Marqueta building. Laurie Pauker from Laurie & Sons Candy, proves why she has a toffee pedigree lauded by The New York Times by demonstrating how to make toffee in a professional toffee maker, as well as how you can make it on your own stovetop. Each attendee will get to…
  • Gluten-Free Friends and Celebrities in Texas

    18 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    Two weeks ago, I went to Texas for the very first time. I had a great time enjoying the weather and the sites of San Antonio before heading to the GFFAFest in Austin. My favorite part about this event was all of the smiling, gluten-free faces. I saw old friends and met new ones. I connected with longtime readers and Facebook friends that I only ever "met" online. I learned about new products and new blogs that I never heard about before. Meeting people is always my favorite part of writing this blog and attending events. You already know that I think these are the real gluten-free celebrities…
  • Happy (Gluten-Free) Pi Day!

    14 Mar 2015 | 6:26 am
    Today is March 14, also known as Pi Day. According to PiDay.org, "Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159."One of my best friends is getting married today and instead of wedding cake she's having PIE! She even went as far as ordering a gluten-free pie to make sure I had something to eat. If that isn't a good friend, I don't know what is.In honor of Pi Day, I thought I would post links to…
 
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    Gluten Free Cooking School

  • Pizza Chicken Bake

    Mary Frances Pickett
    9 Mar 2015 | 3:03 pm
    Last night the kids came upstairs as I was starting supper and asked the inevitable questions, “What’s for supper?” And my very creative answer was “The Supper That Happens When Momma Throws A Bunch of Stuff In A Pan And Throws It In The Oven” It was that time of the week when all of the planned recipes have been cooked, but for one reason and another (not “or another” this day) the next grocery shopping had not been done. Instead I was at home with all of the kids, my husband would be at work with our vehicle until after bedtime (which is not usual…
  • Chicken Bone Broth

    Mary Frances Pickett
    11 Feb 2015 | 5:19 pm
    When I was a child, my grandmother’s refrigerator always contained at least one jar of homemade chicken broth. Every time she boiled chicken for a recipes, she saved the cooking liquid for later use.  I don’t know that I ever really thought much of it; it was just something that grandmothers did,  I thought. Oh, but I was so wrong. Broths and stocks are a key component of a good gut healing regimen.  In Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride states that,  “meats and fish stocks provide building blocks for the rapidly growing cells of the gut lignin and…
  • 10 Things that I Learned in 2014

    Mary Frances Pickett
    31 Dec 2014 | 7:31 am
    Last night I was listening (and being inspired by) Pat Flynn’s latest Smart Passive Income podcast (#141) And so this morning, while I cooked skillet after skillet of homemade hash browns for my sweet family, I started thinking about what I’d learned about cooking and eating gluten free during 2014.  It’s been a year of discovery and trying new things in the kitchen; a year of leaning how to heal and all of the new recipes and techniques that involves. I’m so very thankful to be going into 2014 knowing that we are all completely satisfied with our gluten free diets…
  • 5 New Year's Resolutions That Will Improve Your Health Without Dieting

    Mary Frances Pickett
    29 Dec 2014 | 3:53 pm
    New Year’s Day is fast approaching and with the thoughts of what we’d like to do differently in 2015. I, for one, am over dieting for the sake of losing weight. That’s not to say that I don’t need to lose a few pounds, but I’m sure that they will come off as I improve my overall health. And so, here are a few idea for New Year’s resolutions that will contribute to better health without deprivation. One of the key components of my health strategy for the coming year is improving my body’s ability to detoxify itself. If you’d like to learn more…
  • When Gluten Free Isn't Enough

    Mary Frances Pickett
    10 Dec 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Going gluten free was amazing for my health. I was 26 years old and had chronic migraines, chronic back pain, and chronic digestive issues that combined were quite debilitating and necessitated multiple doctor’s visits every month. And all of that went away when I started eating a gluten free diet. I thought I was good to go; that I had all of my health problems figured out. Not so. Fast forward 8 years now. I’m 34 years old and have discovered that depression and fatigue are even more debilitating than the migraines, back pain, and digestive issues. I pushed through all of those…
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    Simply Gluten Free

  • Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs

    Carol Kicinski
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    If you find yourself with some extra hard-boiled eggs this weekend here’s a different (and a pretty sophisticated) way to use them up, rather than just having your typical deviled eggs. Personally, I am a huge fan of deviled eggs. And don’t get me wrong, there is nothing not to love about a classic deviled egg. But there is no harm in switching things up now and again. And these smoked salmon deviled eggs are fabulous! But first you have to make really perfect hard-boiled eggs. Perfect hard-boiled eggs should have fully cooked whites but they should not be rubbery. The yolks should be…
  • Easy Gluten Free Corn Pudding Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    29 Mar 2015 | 5:04 am
    Looking for an easy gluten free side dish for your Easter dinner? This corn pudding is simple, colorful, and crazy good! I mean seriously, who needs ham? I could just eat this and be happy. But it also happens to go really, really well with baked ham or any other kind of meat. It is also a great vegetarian side dish that could stand in as a main. You can make this recipe ahead. It holds up well, reheats easily, and can be served either warm or at room temperature. All of that makes for easy entertaining. And we just love that, don’t we? Easy Gluten Free Corn Pudding Recipe Ingredients…
  • Gluten Free Carrot Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

    Carol Kicinski
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:12 am
    Easter is coming up and if you are looking for a lovely dessert to serve, I have one – gluten-free carrot cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. Personally I love cupcakes for any occasion, even holidays. I mean after all, a cupcake is a whole celebration that fits in the palm of your hand. And how cool is that? When I think Easter, I think bunnies. And when I think bunnies, I think carrots. And when I think carrots, I think carrot cupcakes! Follow my reasoning? These cupcakes are ever so pretty even without the candied orange zest garnish. But the zest is so easy to make, I urge you to give…
  • Gluten Free Eggs Bolivar Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:44 pm
    As I have probably mentioned before, brunch is one of my very favorite ways to entertain. For times when I want to entertain a lot of people at one time, I throw a cocktail party. But for more intimate gatherings where I really want to spend quality time with my guests, I prefer brunch. Brunch is relaxed, easy, and a lot less stressful than dinner. It is also sophisticated in an unassuming way. And there is so much yummy food to serve at brunch – you aren’t limited to any one kind of food. Anything goes at brunch! These Eggs Bolivar are a South American take on Eggs Benedict. Instead of…
  • Gluten Free Blueberry Coffee Cake Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:20 pm
    There is something about baking coffee cake that makes me feel like I am one of those women from the 1950’s whose house was always spotless, who wore pearls (and shoes!) while vacuuming the house, and who invited other womenfolk over during the day for coffee, cake, and chatting. My house has been known to have a little dust on the furniture from time to time, I only wear pearls when invited to the White House (I am still waiting for my invite and my chance to wear pearls), I am barefoot and wear yoga pants when I vacuum. My friends and I don’t have time to meet up for coffee and cake in…
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    TAYLOR'S TABLE

  • Red Kale Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing (gluten-free and dairy-free, of course)

    20 Mar 2015 | 8:44 am
    Happy Spring!!! I have decided that no matter the season, it’s going to be my favorite. No matter the day, the moment, it’s going to be my favorite. Though the truth is that I do love the onset of spring (almost as much as the onset of summer – which is probably my ultimate favorite). That means that today is unanimously my favorite day: the first day of spring, the Spring Equinox. Lovely…It’s an opportunity to start fresh, not just with our gardens and yards, but also within our selves. It represents an opportunity to start new. To reset and reboot our thinking, our beliefs,…
  • 12 Feb 2015 | 11:31 pm

    12 Feb 2015 | 11:31 pm
    Beef Noodle Soup – Pho (gluten-free, dairy-free)This is not traditional by any means. At least I don’t believe so. In fact, it may not even be close. It may not even fit into the category of gourmet. In which case I say, you have to get out of the box sometimes! It was, however, derived from one of those, “Oh my gosh, I have to have it now!” moments where nothing else would do. Nothing. And it had to be pretty much now! I just treated myself – using the word “treated” lightly  – to two yoga classes. I decided to try an “advanced” Bikram yoga class. The…
  • 2 Feb 2015 | 9:58 pm

    2 Feb 2015 | 9:58 pm
    Crispy Kale Chips (gluten-free, dairy-free)Sometimes you just have to keep it simple. Now that the holidays have passed, the excitement of the New Year has faded, and the ski/snowboard season in the Pacific Northwest is rather “bunk” this year, things could feel a little bleak. February often brings about that sense, or so I’ve heard from many. So my friend and I decided to do a “cleanse” for the month of February, to prepare us for the upcoming new season…spring. I settled on an “anti-inflammation diet”.  Well, welcome to day two. No coffee in the morning. (I do…
  • Ghormeh Sabzi (Persian Stew with meat, green herbs, kidney beans and potatoes) (Gluten-free, Dairy-free & Soy-free)

    4 Nov 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Okay, I will admit, I have not made this dish in a while. I thought, though it is a weeknight, I would put it together and offer my son (who is half Persian) a little taste of his roots. No problem, we’ll have dinner, then go off to the gym for a work out.Honestly, it’s 7:41 and we are both like, “Really, work out after dinner?” So, it’s not that this dish is highly complex, or that I have been necessarily “slaving” in the kitchen for hours. (Well, maybe!) But, there is a certain component of time necessary to allow the flavors to meld in such a way, to tend to the necessary…
  • Beef Wellington - Gluten-free and Dairy-Free

    16 Feb 2014 | 3:27 pm
    I developed this recipe longer ago than I would like to admit. Meaning, it has been longer than I would like to admit since I have added a recipe. Life is like that. Busy. Sometimes crazy. I don't always have the time or the interest to plant myself in front of the computer following a work day full of screen time. Sometimes you just have to say "no" and be okay with it.That's not really important, nor is it why we are here. We are here because we want to create delicious meals that don't leave us to suffer. We want to enjoy life. We want to celebrate. We want to feel good. We want it all.
 
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    Finding Joy

  • to the always giving and exhausted mom

    Rachel Marie Martin
    31 Mar 2015 | 8:22 am
    I think I’ve forgotten what it feels like to be not tired. I listen to my children complain about having to go to bed and I just laugh inside. Until the nights where I’ll utter words like someday going to bed and getting sleep will be a favorite thing. Of course, they laugh. They’re kids. […]The post to the always giving and exhausted mom appeared first on Finding Joy.
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    Celiac Disease and Gluten Free Diet | Celiac Corner

  • Recipe for Tuna and Zucchini Cakes: Gluten-Free, Low FODMAP, Dairy-Free

    Paula
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:40 pm
    Meet our Featured Food Blogger Joana of My Gut Feeling blog where she shares healthy and delicious, primarily low-FODMAP, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes as well as information (in both English and Portuguese) on the low-FODMAP diet (some in the CD/Gluten-Sensitive community are turning to a low-FODMAP diet after discovering eliminating gluten alone isn’t enough to regain optimum gut health). Joana, who is Portuguese, has created a quicker version of traditional Portuguese fish cakes (bolinhos de bacalhau in the North of Portugal or pastéis de bacalhau in the South). Joana…
  • Farmers Fund Research To Breed Gluten-Free Wheat

    Paula
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:51 am
    Source: Seattle Times.com Originally published March 24, 2015 at 6:39 pm Updated March 25, 2015 at 9:42 pm Original Article written By ROXANA HEGEMAN, The Associated Press   WICHITA, Kan. — Kansas farmers are paying for genetic research to figure out exactly why some people struggle to digest wheat. The hard science is aimed at developing new varieties of wheat at a time when the gluten-free industry is worth nearly a billion dollars a year in the United States alone. The Kansas Wheat Commission is spending $200,000 for the first two years of the project, which is meant to identify…
  • Man With Celiac Sues FDA for Failing to Regulate Use of Gluten in Medicines

    Paula
    18 Mar 2015 | 4:55 pm
    The Wall Street Journal’s Pharmalot (http://blogs.wsj.com/pharmalot) recently reported that Michael Weber, diagnosed with Celiac Disease, has filed suit against the FDA for their inaction on regulating gluten in medications. Mr. Weber believes he was glutened by his medication. “After taking a generic drug seven years ago and developing side effects consistent with ingesting gluten, Weber petitioned the FDA to either eliminate wheat gluten in medicines or require new labeling on drugs containing the protein. The agency response has been slow. In 2011, the FDA sought public…
  • Celiac Disease in Kids Detected by Growth Screenings

    Paula
    9 Mar 2015 | 10:25 pm
    According to a recent study published online in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, and featured on www.livescience.com (3.2.15) measuring children’s height and weight as they grow may be a way to screen for detection of Celiac Disease. “Measuring children’s height and weight as they grow can be a powerful indicator of whether they have the digestive condition called celiac disease, and may help doctors diagnose children with the disorder earlier, a new study finds.” Click here to read entire article written by www.livescience.com Staff Writer, Laura Giggel.
  • Metabolic Syndrome in Patients With Coeliac (Celiac) Disease on a Gluten-free Diet (Study)

    Paula
    5 Mar 2015 | 7:56 am
    Study Name:  Metabolic Syndrome in Patients With Coeliac Disease on a Gluten-free Diet Authors:  R. Tortora*, P. Capone*, G. De Stefano*, N. Imperatore*, N. Gerbino*, S. Donetto, V. Monaco*, N. Caporaso* & A. Rispo* *Gastroenterology – Department of Clinical Medicine and Surgery, University Federico II of Naples, Naples, Italy. Department of Education and Professional Studies, King’s College London, London, UK. “MS is defined as a cluster of metabolically related risk factors for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes (abdominal obesity, high blood pressure,…
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    Gluten Dude

  • Gluten-Free Cheerios? Here’s the Deal.

    Gluten Dude
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:02 am
    Hang with me today. Lots to discuss as I recap the Cheerios Gluten-Free Summit. I’m going to 1) answer as many of the questions you asked as possible; 2) give my thoughts on the Summit and what GM is doing to keep Cheerios safe for celiacs; and 3) talk about my experience (and insecurities) with my fellow celiac advocates. There will be a short intermission between each segment, so if you have to use the potty, that would be a good time to do so. I will say this up front. I think GM’s intentions are pure here. Naturally, they wouldn’t do it if they didn’t see it being…
  • Celiac Rant: Just Order a &#%!@?! Salad??

    Gluten Dude
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:26 am
    2 quick Dude notes before I start today’s rant. 1) This is my 500th blog post. That is crazy. Where does the time go? 2) I’m off to Minnesota today to visit with the Cheerios folks. Should be interesting. Anyway, got a great email the other day from a newly diagnosed celiac who is handling her transition extremely well, except for one wee issue. Her rant is quite entertaining so I’m sharing it with you. That’s how the internet works…so they tell me. Enjoy. ———————————— Where to start? I’m…
  • I’m Going to a Gluten-Filled Party….and I Can’t Wait

    Gluten Dude
    20 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    A few quick hits before I kick off today’s blog post. – Thanks tons for all of your feedback regarding my trip to Cheerios-Land next week. I now have so many amazing questions to ask, they may actually regret inviting me (just kidding…I think). – I had a dream last night that I flew to the moon and back. This is not celiac related at all. It was just a really cool dream. – I got the following email this morning: Hi Gluten Dude. I’ve been diagnosed Celiac only three months now. In that time I’ve moved through panic and fear to I can do this and with a…
  • Will the New Cheerios Really be Gluten-Free? I’m About to Find Out.

    Gluten Dude
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:40 am
    Just another week of celiac BS (and it’s only Wednesday!). We had a chef saying that our “gluten-free requests were met with the same enthusiasm as a genital herpes infection.” We had a waitress saying “most of the time you order something special, we bring you what we want and you never know the difference.” And lastly, there is a new video making the rounds that pokes fun at those eating gluten-free. Gee…how original. But we’re gonna keep things positive today and talk about Cheerios. Yes…I said Cheerios. Last month, General Mills announced…
  • PF Changs Gets Sued…For Charging $1 Extra …To Keep Us Safe

    Gluten Dude
    13 Mar 2015 | 6:19 am
    When I first started blogging, I had this brilliant idea. I was going to do an exposé on how expensive gluten-free food was. I was gonna go to my local grocery store and take pictures of the prices of regular chocolate chip cookies compared to gluten-free chocolate chip cookies; regular bread and gluten-free bread; regular bottled water and gluten-free bottled water (just seeing if you’re paying attention.) My goal was to show the world (or the 25 daily visitors I had at that time) what a rip off these companies were and how crappy it was that they were taking advantage of those who…
 
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    Elana's Pantry

  • Chocolate Chia Pudding

    Elana Amsterdam
    20 Mar 2015 | 9:15 am
    A couple of years ago my mother-in-law (MIL) asked my to make her a healthy chocolate chia pudding recipe. Although it took some time, I now have one. My MIL loves that my recipes are the easiest out there, and this Chocolate Chia Pudding has only six ingredients –chia seeds, cacao powder, coconut milk, vanilla stevia, water, and salt. I use stevia rather than maple syrup or honey as I am eating a lower-carb diet these days which has helped quite a bit in restoring my health. If you are not a fan of stevia feel free to use maple syrup or honey instead to sweeten this healthy dessert. I…
  • Guacamole Deviled Eggs

    Elana Amsterdam
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:53 am
    Guacamole Deviled Eggs are a huge hit in our house. The boys (now teenagers if you can believe it!) and their friends love this healthy after school snack. I love that it’s high protein and full of healthy fat. If you’re looking for healthy St. Patrick’s day recipes, I’ve got you covered with this one! Craving more green-themed recipes? Take a look at my Green Eggs recipe –it’s a super healthy bright green method for making scrambled eggs. Guacamole Deviled Eggs Note: There is a print link embedded within this post, please visit this post to print it. 6…
  • Thrive Market

    Elana Amsterdam
    16 Mar 2015 | 12:10 pm
    One of the biggest “barriers to entry” when it comes to healthy living is cost. The most frequent complaint I get on this website is about the prices of the ingredients that I use in my recipes, and I could not agree more. It’s frustrating that living well is so expensive. Thankfully, my friend John Durant, introduced me to a new online retailer. Thrive Market offers organic food and products for healthy living, such as those you would find in Whole Foods, at “Costco” prices —directly to your doorstep, just like amazon.com. Below is a sample of just a few of my…
  • How to Boil Eggs

    Elana Amsterdam
    12 Mar 2015 | 11:11 am
    My boys love hard boiled eggs, and so do I. Since eggs are a healthy, high-protein, real food snack we’re in luck. I’ve been teaching my boys basic cooking skills since they were in kindergarten. I think knowing how to boil eggs, i.e., how to make a hard boiled egg, or a soft boiled egg (same thing, less time), is a basic kitchen skill that is important to have. Although the boys have been preparing scrambled eggs perfectly for over a decade, I had not yet transmitted a superior process to them for making hard boiled eggs. After much trial and tribulation, with dozens of batches…
  • Cinnamon Coffee Cake

    Elana Amsterdam
    6 Mar 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Homemade coffee cake is one of my favorite comfort foods. Growing up my mother used to buy an incredibly tasty frozen coffee cake at the grocery store. It was a special treat, albeit processed and full of preservatives and chemicals. My healthy version is made with only six ingredients –almond flour, salt, baking soda, coconut oil, honey, and eggs– this easy coffee cake recipe can be thrown together in no time flat. The topping has three additional ingredients –coconut sugar, cinnamon, and sliced almonds. Like the cake that my mom used to buy, this cake is moist and has a…
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    Gluten Free on a Shoestring

  • Gluten Free Steamed Chinese Meat Buns

    Nicole Hunn
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    These gluten free steamed Chinese meat buns are (forgive me) a relief to finally reveal to you. *phew* Since I open up my big mouth at every turn and promise over and over and over again that, if they can make it with gluten, we can make it without, I’ve got quite the cross to bear. To make matters worse, I usually follow it up with a hearty: “That’s a promise!” It’s just that I don’t want you to have to make do with less. I don’t want you to have to just wait patiently until the gluten-eating people around you are finished with their gluteny…
  • Gluten Free Fruit Pizza

    Nicole Hunn
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    It almost felt like spring over the weekend in New York. Nearly all of the snow from this long, long winter had melted and my kids could even play basketball outside for a while. Shrieks and screams that can drive me to near-madness when the children are inside are downright adorable when they’re outside. Good strawberries, the kind that are actually red inside and not a million dollars a pound, are even showing up in the grocery store. Hooray! Time to celebrate with an impressive-looking-but-super-easy gluten free fruit pizza.I wanted to impress you with a pretty fruity pattern on the…
  • Gluten Free Little Debbie-Style Peanut Butter Crunch Bars

    Nicole Hunn
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:38 am
    Raise your hand if you’ve already received your preordered copy of Gluten Free Classic Snacks! My hand, sadly, is not raised. Sure, I have my early copies of the book (some of which I just sent out yesterday to giveaway winners!), but I always preorder my cookbooks through amazon so I can track progress. (I believe that Barnes & Noble has actually beaten amazon this time!) You know that feeling when you have the perfect gift for someone you love and you just-can’t-wait, not one-more-minute to give it them? Yeah, that’s what this book is like for me. It’s SO…
  • Gluten Free Lemon Meringue Pie—in Jars

    Nicole Hunn
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    If you look at the calendar (at least), spring is here! It may still be bone-chilling cold here in New York, but the days are longer and the light seems, well, lighter. Oh, and I’m already running from one part of town to another in the afternoons to get everyone to their respective spring sports practices and lessons and general merry goings-on. All this means that I’ve got lighter fare on my mind, like these gluten free lemon meringue pies (baked in jars!), crepes and light-as-air Japanese cheesecake. You too? Oh, and a little thing called Gluten Free Classic Snacks that is…
  • Gluten Free Japanese Cheesecake

    Nicole Hunn
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:21 am
    Unless you’ve had perfect, cotton-soft Japanese cheesecake before in your life, this gluten free Japanese Cheesecake is going to be the softest, lightest cheesecake you’ve ever had. No contest. I like to think of it as the perfect cross between a traditional, New York cheesecake and a sponge cake—with all the taste of the cheesecake (love) and the texture of the sponge cake (so light!).The method has a couple extra steps to it, but I take you through it in painstaking detail so you’ve nothing to worry about at all. And you’ll be rewarded. Richly.This recipe has four…
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    Gluten Free Bread

  • Simply Delicious Gluten Free Paleo Pita Bread

    Emily Moore
    28 Mar 2015 | 9:59 am
    Spring gets me even more excited for the coming Summer. There’s almost nothing better than a falafel, cucumber, and dressing-filled gluten free, paleo pita bread to help perk up my mood with the weather. I personally like mine spicy, but what’s great about pitas are how versatile they can be. There’s an endless list of options, everything from leftover salads or stews to traditional Greek cuisine to peanut butter and jelly for the kiddos. Sweet rice flour and fresh plantain makes the recipe below not only gluten free but also a great option for paleo diets. (This recipe also makes a…
  • 7 Gluten Free Substitutes for Oatmeal

    Emily Moore
    25 Mar 2015 | 12:21 pm
    Oatmeal is often toted as a fast gluten-free breakfast option. But for those with life-threatening gluten sensitives, oatmeal is not worth the cross contamination risk. Most brands that offer oatmeal also process wheat flour, rye, or barley and can’t claim perfect purity. So how can you have a delicious breakfast porridge packed with protein and nutrients, and not worry about getting any gluten? We’ve rounded up information on seven other grains or seeds that can offer yummy breakfast with a little bit of preparation, as well as add-ins and toppings to augment your morning. Amaranth: This…
  • Super Easy Gluten Free Crusty French Rolls

    Emily Moore
    22 Mar 2015 | 7:03 am
    French Bread Day may not be as exciting as St. Patrick’s Day, but today’s holiday is one we can celebrate with wonderful, warm, homemade  gluten free French rolls or bread fresh out of our own ovens. This recipe can be divided and frozen if you don’t have enough people to eat all the rolls! They make great personal pizzas or dipping bread for soups and stews as well, or a jelly or nut butter topped breakfast option. Super Easy GF French Crusty Rolls Makes 48 rolls. Ingredients: 4 tablespoons Dry Active Yeast 4 teaspoons sugar 3 cups warm water (110-112 degrees F.) 2 tablespoons xanthan…
  • Heavenly Loaf of Gluten Free Potato Bread

    Emily Moore
    18 Mar 2015 | 12:50 pm
    Happy Belated Saint Patrick’s Day! I was unfortunate enough to learn that many of the major points we use to celebrate this March holiday are inauthentic to the origins of it. Example, blue is the color St. Patrick wore, and he did not get rid of all the snakes in Ireland. Even though my fragile American traditions were shattered yesterday, I still wanted to offer a fun tribute to the day: Gluten Free Potato Bread. I’ve often heard gluten-free eaters say they wish gluten free bread was cheaper to buy so they don’t have to make it. However, a big bonus to making your own, as in this…
  • What is Potato Starch and What Is It Good For?

    Emily Moore
    14 Mar 2015 | 4:53 am
    In honor of Potato Chip Day today, (yes, it really is a holiday!) we’re going to discuss potato starch today. If you’ve been reading labels to avoid gluten, you may have noticed that many ingredient lists include potato starch. While a potato is familiar to most people, they may not realize exactly what potato starch is, how it’s extracted, or what it’s used for in their favorite commercialized gluten-free foods. Today, we’re going to unveil that mystery and provide a list of our recipes that include it. Potatoes contain starch grains. By crushing the potato’s cells, the…
 
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    Life is full of adventures

  • Gluten free Mac and Cheese- so easy to make!

    Being Gluten Free
    31 Mar 2015 | 9:27 am
    Life is full of adventures In our house, one of my daughter’s first favourite foods was Mac & Cheese (but then … what kid’s isn’t?). When we went gluten free, they didn’t have  a boxed variety readily available at first. So I made it from… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog of our adventures along the way
  • The Palmer House Hotel, wonderful place to stay in Chicago! #FamilyTravelCA

    Being Gluten Free
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:38 am
    Life is full of adventures Last year during March break, we visited the beautiful windy city of Chicago. I was attending a conference, and my family came along with me and we made it another fun road trip.  The drive to Chicago from where we… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog of our adventures along the way
  • New alternatives for vacation packages to Mexico

    Being Gluten Free
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:09 am
    Life is full of adventures Have you been dreaming of a vacation that lasts a little bit longer than the standard?  Most vacation packages are only a week in length – by the time you have settled in and are really relaxed you have to turn… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog of our adventures along the way
  • Villa Premiere Hotel & Spa, my home while in Puerto Vallarta #PVPresstrip

    Being Gluten Free
    26 Mar 2015 | 10:21 am
    Life is full of adventures This time last week I was visiting the beautiful city of Puerto Vallarta, I was there on a press trip with a group of bloggers via Puerto Vallarta Tourism board.  I had never been, and was so happy I was… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog of our adventures along the way
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    Being Gluten Free
    18 Mar 2015 | 4:55 am
    Life is full of adventures I am sitting here at the Toronto Pearson airport awaiting for my flight to Puerto Vallarta this morning. I am going on very little sleep – although I was able to grab a couple of hours on the 2 hour… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog of our adventures along the way
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    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes

  • Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:50 pm
    It was so satisfying to develop this delicious gluten-free version of the classic Easter treat of hot cross buns. This recipe and cooking video was requested by Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube Network and our video was uploaded today.  It feels pretty incredible to be doing recipe development and video content for such an amazing chef. This...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Hot Cross Buns appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
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    25 Mar 2015 | 6:17 pm
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    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:15 pm
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  • Gluten-Free Seed and Nut Bread from My New Roots

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    23 Mar 2015 | 8:18 pm
    You will have to give this recipe a try. It is a seed and nut bread that actually contains absolutely no flour. The bread is made entirely of seeds, nuts and oats. It is incredibly simple to make, nutrient dense and quite delicious. This recipe and cooking video is another addition to our series “Blogger’s...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Seed and Nut Bread from My New Roots appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Grain-Free Pork Dumplings (Soy-Free)

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    27 Feb 2015 | 8:38 am
    Here is an incredible recipe for grain-free pork dumplings and an introduction to an awesome Paleo recipe blog called Primal Palate. This recipe is also soy-free, which may be shocking for an asian recipe, but amazing for anyone with a soy allergy or intolerance. We shot a video to show you exactly how easy these...  Read More » The post Grain-Free Pork Dumplings (Soy-Free) appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
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    Making the Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Journey

  • Is Wheat Starch Really Safe for Those with Celiac Disease?

    31 Mar 2015 | 10:08 am
    Wheat Starch in the Water Contains Proteins Washed Away From Wheat Flour(Photo by ilovebutter, flickr.com, license CC BY 2.0) I am NOT allergic to wheat. I have gone through extensive allergy testing. The only allergy I have to protein is a slight allergy to dogs. I'm not even allergic to dairy. I want to make that clear because in the past, since I'm extra sensitive to gluten, I have been
  • Dangers of Bulk Bins - Think Before You Dip!

    6 Mar 2015 | 9:45 am
    The Dangers of Gluten-Free Food in Bulk Bins(Photo by Allsha Vargas, flickr.com, license CC BY 2.0) If you're new to a gluten-free diet, and even if you've been on the journey for a while now, you might be tempted to save a little cash by dipping into those bulk bins that a lot of grocery stores are starting to carry these days. If you have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, you don't
  • New to Gluten Free? Don't Panic!

    2 Mar 2015 | 11:49 am
    Have you recently been diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity? Do you think you might be gluten intolerant? Has your doctor placed you on a gluten-free diet? Or have you decided to run a personal experiment of removing gluten from your diet to see if your symptoms clear up? If you're new to gluten free, you might be feeling overwhelmed just about now. Even in a panic. There
  • Beef and Potato Tacos

    6 Jan 2015 | 12:27 pm
    Beef and Potato Tacos - Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Dairy free can be rough, especially if you're used to eating a lot of dishes that normally contain cheese. Milk alternatives, such as almond milk and coconut milk, make great substitutes for cow's milk, but cheese is much harder to eliminate without feeling deprived. The other night, however, I whipped up a delicious taco filling made with
  • Best Dermatitis Herpetiformis Pictures and Videos

    27 Dec 2014 | 4:14 pm
    I was bouncing around the web this morning, looking for some Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH) pictures that I could use to update a short blog post I wrote when I first started this blog. In that post, I linked to a dermatology site where there was a picture of a single blister. It was the first time that I had ever discovered such a picture as most of the photos I'd run into didn't really look
 
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