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  • 11 Fun Facts About Babies Born in the Summer

    Celiac Disease News
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:09 am
    2. They're clumsier- A report in the 'Journal of Sports Medicine' shares findings that children born in the fall are better athletes, sorry summer kids.
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    Celiac Disease News
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:33 pm
    Kroetsch, an Ontario native, recalls being sick for her entire childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood.
  • What Factors Promote Hypertransaminasemia in Celiac Disease?

    Celiac Disease & Gluten-free Diet Information at Celiac.com - Articles
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    A team of researchers recently set out to determine what factors contribute to hypertransaminasemia in patients with celiac disease.
  • New Gluten-Free Blueberry Crisp

    Gluten-Free Goddess® Recipes
    Karina Allrich
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:50 pm
    A new dairy-free blueberry crisp recipe for Summer 2014.A Summer Classic: Blueberry CrispWe had a sudden hankering. You know how it is. A craving hits that will not be denied. Insistent. Growling. Desire with an uppercase D. You start imagining fresh, juicy blueberries, nestled beneath a perfectly golden crumble of a crust, warm, the deepest purple, bubbling as you slide it- ever so gently- out of the oven and onto a cooling rack to rest and settle until you can't stand it a minute longer, breathing in the cinnamon laced aroma of a summer dessert classic.The forever glorious blueberry…
  • Gluten-Free at NYC Restaurant Week 2014

    Gluten-Free Fun
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:46 am
    Today starts the beginning of New York City's Restaurant Week. This is actually more like a restaurant month where you can enjoy $25 lunches and $38 dinners in top restaurants across New York City. In the past, I have avoided Restaurant Week because there were limited gluten-free options. This year, I decided to do my research and was floored by how many gluten-free options are now on the menus. I have compiled a list of more than thirty restaurants that have decent gluten-free options on their prix fixe menus over the next month. The only problem I see is not having enough time or money to…
 
 
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  • Gluten-Free Costa Rica: Welcome Drink Recipe

    Kelly
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:15 am
    Enjoy your Welcome Drink and the view at Arenas del Mar* While I was consulting at Arenas del Mar, I got their Welcome Drink recipe for you! It may vary depending on the mood of the bartender and the fresh fruit available. Arenas del Mar Welcome Drink Recipe INGREDIENTS 1 oz Rum 150 g pineapple 150 g coconut cream 2 tlbs mint leaves 1 cup of ice DIRECTIONS Add all of the ingredients to blender, mix until blended. Garnish with mint leaf   Note: Best with fresh ingredients, even better with fruit grown in Costa Rica   *Is it weird I kept my earth-friendly bamboo straws as souvenirs?
  • Gluten-Free Costa Rica Adventure: Arrival

    Kelly
    18 Jun 2014 | 2:46 pm
    As I mentioned in my last blog post, I was invited to Costa Rica to consult with the owners of the award winning resort Arenas del Mar. (Btw, Arenas del Mar translates to Sands of the Sea.) Finally, here’s the first part of my review…. I was surprised that the flight from NYC to San Jose, Costa Rica is only 4 1/2 hours!! It takes longer for me to fly home to Portland, Oregon!! It’s hard to believe that in such a short amount of time I can be transported to another world — the jungle! I invited my friend Brenda to join me on this adventure and upon arrival at the…
  • Bone Health Rescue

    Kelly
    22 May 2014 | 9:14 am
    Are you bad to the bone? heh heh You might be, if you aren’t making sure your bones are getting everything they need to keep you strong. No worries though, CeliVites* has launched a new product specially formulated to restore your bones to their optimal health! What makes CeliVites Bone Health special? Balanced proportions of minerals including potassium, magnesium and two forms of calcium: easy-to-absorb calcium citrate and Aquamin®, a highly absorbable plant-based form of calcium. A daily dose of Bone Health also contains 250% of the daily value of vitamin D, which is essential for…
  • Gluten-Free Costa Rica Adventure

    Kelly
    26 Apr 2014 | 4:49 pm
      Tomorrow, I’m dashing off to the luxury resort Arenas del Mar in Quepos, Costa Rica. One of the owners, Jeremy Allen, has invited me to come and experience all that Arenas del Mar has to offer its gluten-free guests. See what I do for you?! I’m really excited to see this guy… And this guy… I’ll give a full report when I get back. In the meantime, here’s a video: Hasta luego!
  • Living Without Event In San Diego

    Kelly
    18 Apr 2014 | 7:56 am
    Just found out Living Without is having a gluten-free, allergy-friendly event in San Diego, California this year. Looks like fun! San Diego, CA May 3-4 Click here to get all of the details!
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Meal Planning For The Newly Diagnosed- Challenge

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Being recently diagnosed is hard and many people tell me their nutritionist was not very helpful when they visted after being diagnosed. I agree, there was so many things they left out and never mentioned,like they say we can eat everything but gluten, NOT TRUE.  Like eating gluten free oats, hello- bad suggestion doc! I will be seeing a different nutritionist in sept, needless to say.   I challenge the veterans (or those who have been healing well) to create a meal plan for a newly diagnosed person. Meal planning is overwhelming for me especially planning for an entire week at…
  • Save $ Making Bread In Bread Maker Machine?

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you come out saving more money by making your own bread instead of buying a $5.00 loaf? Or does it cost more money to make your own. Anyone have a recipe to share? I would be interested in doing this if it doesnt take a whole lot of time. Thank you.
  • Bob's Red Mill gluten-free "oatmeal"

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:16 am
    Giving this two thumbs up!!  I like this!  It's very smooth and creamy.  In the past I've used Quaker Quick Oats and traditional oats, usually make it with milk and add in some craisins.  I like Bob's much better!!!  I made it with 1/2 water, 1/2 milk today just to see how it worked out.  The hardest meal for me is going to be breakfast because I typically have either cereal with fruit or oatmeal and with the limited gluten-free cereal choices the lack of variety is going to be an issue.  I'm not an egg fan.  I did get some gluten-free waffles but I…
  • Help Me With Pie Crusts!

    20 Jul 2014 | 6:05 pm
    I want to get good at making pie crusts. Tell me all your secrets please!   I just made one that turned out really tough and hard and I want to try again.
  • Can I Substitute Quinoa Flakes For Bread Crumbs?

    11 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I have a black bean burger recipe that I want to make but don't have enough bread crumbs. Do you think that quinoa flakes would work?   The recipe is here:   http://theprudenthomemaker.com/index.php/black-bean-burgers
 
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Meal Planning For The Newly Diagnosed- Challenge

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Being recently diagnosed is hard and many people tell me their nutritionist was not very helpful when they visted after being diagnosed. I agree, there was so many things they left out and never mentioned,like they say we can eat everything but gluten, NOT TRUE.  Like eating gluten free oats, hello- bad suggestion doc! I will be seeing a different nutritionist in sept, needless to say.   I challenge the veterans (or those who have been healing well) to create a meal plan for a newly diagnosed person. Meal planning is overwhelming for me especially planning for an entire week at…
  • Save $ Making Bread In Bread Maker Machine?

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you come out saving more money by making your own bread instead of buying a $5.00 loaf? Or does it cost more money to make your own. Anyone have a recipe to share? I would be interested in doing this if it doesnt take a whole lot of time. Thank you.
  • Bob's Red Mill gluten-free "oatmeal"

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:16 am
    Giving this two thumbs up!!  I like this!  It's very smooth and creamy.  In the past I've used Quaker Quick Oats and traditional oats, usually make it with milk and add in some craisins.  I like Bob's much better!!!  I made it with 1/2 water, 1/2 milk today just to see how it worked out.  The hardest meal for me is going to be breakfast because I typically have either cereal with fruit or oatmeal and with the limited gluten-free cereal choices the lack of variety is going to be an issue.  I'm not an egg fan.  I did get some gluten-free waffles but I…
  • Help Me With Pie Crusts!

    20 Jul 2014 | 6:05 pm
    I want to get good at making pie crusts. Tell me all your secrets please!   I just made one that turned out really tough and hard and I want to try again.
  • Can I Substitute Quinoa Flakes For Bread Crumbs?

    11 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I have a black bean burger recipe that I want to make but don't have enough bread crumbs. Do you think that quinoa flakes would work?   The recipe is here:   http://theprudenthomemaker.com/index.php/black-bean-burgers
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Meal Planning For The Newly Diagnosed- Challenge

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Being recently diagnosed is hard and many people tell me their nutritionist was not very helpful when they visted after being diagnosed. I agree, there was so many things they left out and never mentioned,like they say we can eat everything but gluten, NOT TRUE.  Like eating gluten free oats, hello- bad suggestion doc! I will be seeing a different nutritionist in sept, needless to say.   I challenge the veterans (or those who have been healing well) to create a meal plan for a newly diagnosed person. Meal planning is overwhelming for me especially planning for an entire week at…
  • Save $ Making Bread In Bread Maker Machine?

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you come out saving more money by making your own bread instead of buying a $5.00 loaf? Or does it cost more money to make your own. Anyone have a recipe to share? I would be interested in doing this if it doesnt take a whole lot of time. Thank you.
  • Bob's Red Mill gluten-free "oatmeal"

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:16 am
    Giving this two thumbs up!!  I like this!  It's very smooth and creamy.  In the past I've used Quaker Quick Oats and traditional oats, usually make it with milk and add in some craisins.  I like Bob's much better!!!  I made it with 1/2 water, 1/2 milk today just to see how it worked out.  The hardest meal for me is going to be breakfast because I typically have either cereal with fruit or oatmeal and with the limited gluten-free cereal choices the lack of variety is going to be an issue.  I'm not an egg fan.  I did get some gluten-free waffles but I…
  • Help Me With Pie Crusts!

    20 Jul 2014 | 6:05 pm
    I want to get good at making pie crusts. Tell me all your secrets please!   I just made one that turned out really tough and hard and I want to try again.
  • Can I Substitute Quinoa Flakes For Bread Crumbs?

    11 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I have a black bean burger recipe that I want to make but don't have enough bread crumbs. Do you think that quinoa flakes would work?   The recipe is here:   http://theprudenthomemaker.com/index.php/black-bean-burgers
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Meal Planning For The Newly Diagnosed- Challenge

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Being recently diagnosed is hard and many people tell me their nutritionist was not very helpful when they visted after being diagnosed. I agree, there was so many things they left out and never mentioned,like they say we can eat everything but gluten, NOT TRUE.  Like eating gluten free oats, hello- bad suggestion doc! I will be seeing a different nutritionist in sept, needless to say.   I challenge the veterans (or those who have been healing well) to create a meal plan for a newly diagnosed person. Meal planning is overwhelming for me especially planning for an entire week at…
  • Save $ Making Bread In Bread Maker Machine?

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you come out saving more money by making your own bread instead of buying a $5.00 loaf? Or does it cost more money to make your own. Anyone have a recipe to share? I would be interested in doing this if it doesnt take a whole lot of time. Thank you.
  • Bob's Red Mill gluten-free "oatmeal"

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:16 am
    Giving this two thumbs up!!  I like this!  It's very smooth and creamy.  In the past I've used Quaker Quick Oats and traditional oats, usually make it with milk and add in some craisins.  I like Bob's much better!!!  I made it with 1/2 water, 1/2 milk today just to see how it worked out.  The hardest meal for me is going to be breakfast because I typically have either cereal with fruit or oatmeal and with the limited gluten-free cereal choices the lack of variety is going to be an issue.  I'm not an egg fan.  I did get some gluten-free waffles but I…
  • Help Me With Pie Crusts!

    20 Jul 2014 | 6:05 pm
    I want to get good at making pie crusts. Tell me all your secrets please!   I just made one that turned out really tough and hard and I want to try again.
  • Can I Substitute Quinoa Flakes For Bread Crumbs?

    11 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I have a black bean burger recipe that I want to make but don't have enough bread crumbs. Do you think that quinoa flakes would work?   The recipe is here:   http://theprudenthomemaker.com/index.php/black-bean-burgers
 
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Meal Planning For The Newly Diagnosed- Challenge

    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    Being recently diagnosed is hard and many people tell me their nutritionist was not very helpful when they visted after being diagnosed. I agree, there was so many things they left out and never mentioned,like they say we can eat everything but gluten, NOT TRUE.  Like eating gluten free oats, hello- bad suggestion doc! I will be seeing a different nutritionist in sept, needless to say.   I challenge the veterans (or those who have been healing well) to create a meal plan for a newly diagnosed person. Meal planning is overwhelming for me especially planning for an entire week at…
  • Save $ Making Bread In Bread Maker Machine?

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you come out saving more money by making your own bread instead of buying a $5.00 loaf? Or does it cost more money to make your own. Anyone have a recipe to share? I would be interested in doing this if it doesnt take a whole lot of time. Thank you.
  • Bob's Red Mill gluten-free "oatmeal"

    21 Jul 2014 | 5:16 am
    Giving this two thumbs up!!  I like this!  It's very smooth and creamy.  In the past I've used Quaker Quick Oats and traditional oats, usually make it with milk and add in some craisins.  I like Bob's much better!!!  I made it with 1/2 water, 1/2 milk today just to see how it worked out.  The hardest meal for me is going to be breakfast because I typically have either cereal with fruit or oatmeal and with the limited gluten-free cereal choices the lack of variety is going to be an issue.  I'm not an egg fan.  I did get some gluten-free waffles but I…
  • Help Me With Pie Crusts!

    20 Jul 2014 | 6:05 pm
    I want to get good at making pie crusts. Tell me all your secrets please!   I just made one that turned out really tough and hard and I want to try again.
  • Can I Substitute Quinoa Flakes For Bread Crumbs?

    11 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I have a black bean burger recipe that I want to make but don't have enough bread crumbs. Do you think that quinoa flakes would work?   The recipe is here:   http://theprudenthomemaker.com/index.php/black-bean-burgers
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  • Portion Size vs. Serving Size

    Gluten Free Guy
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:56 pm
    One key to healthy eating is to fully understand the difference between  serving size  and portion size. ‘Portion size‘ is determined by dietitians and other other experts. Almost everything we read about food is based on the assumption that people are eating no more than one portion at a time. ‘Serving size’ is simply the […]
  • Is Beer from Barley Safe for Us?

    Gluten Free Guy
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Omission Beer, and similar products, must be labeled “Product fermented from grains containing gluten and crafted to remove gluten. The content of this product cannot be verified, and this product may contain gluten.” The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is not committing itself. It is merely saying “we don’t know. Use your own judgment.” […]
  • The New Gluten Free Food Labels

    Gluten Free Guy
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:05 pm
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has decided that food containing less that 20 parts-per-million gluten may be labelled gluten free. This is a legal definition not a medical determination, of course, but the experts seem to agree that 20 parts-per-million is appropriate. We might call it “gluten free enough”: 20 ppm is equal to […]
  • Fiber in the Gluten Free Diet

    Gluten Free Guy
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:37 am
    The average American, both wheat-eaters and people who live gluten free, doesn’t have enough fiber in their diet. This issue is especially important to people who live gluten free because the five grains with the most fiber are unacceptable for people on the gluten free diet.  FYI, those grains are bulgar wheat, barley, rye, triticale, […]
  • Are Oats Safe for People Who Live Gluten Free ?

    Gluten Free Guy
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:03 pm
    Oats are generally considered gluten free. However, there are a few things that need to be considered: 1. At one time, oats were excluded from the gluten free diet. This was true  when I diagnosed  in 1999. Some celiacs have not accepted this change. 2. Celiacs, like everyone else, have food reactions that are unrelated to celiac […]
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  • Review: Pro Bar Core Protein Bars

    Kimberly Bouldin
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    I feel like I am constantly looking for protein bars that taste good and have ingredients that agree with my persnickety stomach/GI system. There are a few that I rotate between, but it is nice to change things up every once in a while. The other day after a hot run, my friend shared half of her Pro Bar Core Protein Bar with me. I was uber impressed and the bar was tolerated well by my system, so I wanted to share with you guys. The Pro Bar Core Bars contain 20 grams of protein per bar (that’s roughly double what the bars I have been eating contain). The bars are plant-based, using soy…
  • Freschetta Now Offering Gluten-Free Pizza

    Kimberly Bouldin
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:11 am
    Gluten-free pizza is getting easier and easier to find. Not only in pizzerias across the US, but in grocery stores, too. Freschetta is the latest pizza company to debut gluten-free pizza. I know I was a bit concerned when I first heard this, as the first thing that came to my mind is cross-contamination. I was put at ease when I visited the website and saw the Celiac Sprue Association Seal of Approval. The new Freschetta Gluten-Free Pizza comes in two different varieties: Thin & Crispy Four Cheese – We cover it edge-to-edge with 100% real Mozzarella, savory asiago, rich fontina and…
  • Review: Sushi En

    Kimberly Bouldin
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    I had the pleasure of spending some girly time with a good friend on Saturday. Our time consisted of a much-needed pedicure and a sushi and wine lunch when we were done. Sushi En, an award-winning restaurant, is located right next to the nail salon we went to, so it was a convenient choice. Sushi En doesn’t have a printed gluten-free menu, but they are knowledgable about what gluten is, what foods contain gluten and offer a plethora of gluten-free choices, including gluten-free soy sauce. After taking some time to peruse the menu, I settled on the Caterpillar Roll. It was out of this…
  • Walmart Now Offering Store Brand Gluten-Free Products

    Kimberly Bouldin
    19 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Many grocery store chains are beginning to offer their own brand gluten-free product lines, which makes shopping and eating gluten-free much easier. It doesn’t just make shopping easy for the family, but for extended family and friends too. Walmart is the latest store to add gluten-free store brand products to their line-up. I don’t normally shop at Walmart because I can usually find what I need all at one grocery store where we shop, but I made a point to run in this week to check out the new products.  These are the products I purchased. Penne Pasta Shortbread Cookies Vanilla Sandwich…
  • Review: Red Lobster Gluten-Free

    Kimberly Bouldin
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    We went on a short road trip yesterday to Cleveland to see my grandmother and have lunch with her. One of my grandmother’s favorite restaurants is Red Lobster, so we picked her up and away we went. Having previously written about the gluten-free at Red Lobster, I knew there would be plenty of options for me to choose from and I was especially excited about dessert. The gluten-free menu at Red Lobster is updated on a regular basis and has the dates that it’s valid for listed at the top of the page. Frequently updated allergen menus are important as suppliers and ingredients can change.
 
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  • Awesome Gluten-Free Bread : Genius Brand Spiced Fruit Loaf

    20 Jul 2014 | 3:04 am
    Genius Spiced Fruit Loaf is Simply Excellent Gluten-Free Bread! Fantastic Gluten-Free Bread at Reasonable Price Genius brand Gluten-Free Bread : Spiced Fruit Loaf Variety This bread is simply fantastic, gluten-free or not! When I first encountered this gluten-free bread, with a brand-name of "Genius", I could not help wondering if the bread would live up to its name.  Without a doubt,
  • Waitrose Fiery Alcoholic Ginger Beer Review - Refreshing and quite nice!

    23 Jun 2014 | 3:52 pm
    Waitrose Fiery Alcoholic Ginger Beer Review A new Gluten-Free "Beer" to try This adult-only ginger-beer is a delightful recent find I encountered in the United Kingdom at the Waitrose grocery store chain.   When I first came across the bottles at the store, I was immediately intrigued by the description on the label: "An alcoholic ginger beer made with Jamaican Ginger, Sicilian Lemons, and a
  • Costco: Gluten-Free Honeyville Almond Flour bulk bag

    28 Apr 2014 | 10:48 am
    Costco has Gluten-Free Honeyville Blanched Almond Flour New item at our Costco: 3 pound bags of fine almond flour! Honeyville brand Blanched Almond Flour (Gluten-Free) 3# bag at Costco If you have been looking for a very fine almond flour for your gluten-free recipes, check your local Costco store: I just came across this product this week at our Houston, TX location. The flour has
  • Gluten-Free Halloween Items and Party Recipe Ideas

    23 Oct 2013 | 10:33 am
    Some Festive Gluten-Free Halloween Party Ideas Dressing up some favorite GF party items for Halloween Have you been contemplating what foods to make for a Halloween holiday party — whether appetizers, desserts, or other snack items? Kate, one of our gluten-free blog contributors, put together a sampling of her own ideas for some simple to make, and simple to convert from everyday fair into
  • Probiotic Amounts in Kefir and Yogurt : Billions, perhaps Trillions

    15 Oct 2013 | 9:59 am
    How Many Billion Probiotics are in your Yogurt / Kefir? Probiotic Pills Prices are Ridiculous Compared to just consuming Kefir / Yogurt Probiotics are those "beneficial bugs" that exist in vast quantities in healthy gastrointestinal tracts.  I have written other blogs here including a recent one about how Healthy Gut Microbes May Prevent Celiac (and other autoimmune diseases). With
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  • New Gluten-Free Blueberry Crisp

    Karina Allrich
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:50 pm
    A new dairy-free blueberry crisp recipe for Summer 2014.A Summer Classic: Blueberry CrispWe had a sudden hankering. You know how it is. A craving hits that will not be denied. Insistent. Growling. Desire with an uppercase D. You start imagining fresh, juicy blueberries, nestled beneath a perfectly golden crumble of a crust, warm, the deepest purple, bubbling as you slide it- ever so gently- out of the oven and onto a cooling rack to rest and settle until you can't stand it a minute longer, breathing in the cinnamon laced aroma of a summer dessert classic.The forever glorious blueberry…
  • How to Keep Chill: Karina's Best Frozen Dairy-Free "Ice Cream" Recipes

    Karina Allrich
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:25 pm
    Karina's Best Dairy-Free Vegan 'Ice Cream' RecipesThe Big ChillOur move to the Pacific Northwest has been a looping, crooked road. We've been gypsies for so long now our empty nester's walkabout feels like one epic morning-after flashback. From Cape Cod to Santa Fe, from West Hollywood to the Berkshire foothills, we've crisscrossed the country twice, renting a different space each year- for seven years. We built fires in the kiva of a snowed in adobe casita, listening to coyotes beneath the deepest, darkest, star studded sky. We've gone urban and modern in a glassy…
  • Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins with Almond Flour

    Karina Allrich
    12 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Tender almond flour muffins bursting with fresh blueberries.Almond Flour MagicFrom the blueberry recipe archives, I am sharing a favorite gluten-free muffin recipe (and a health update on my Gut Instinct post). I know, I know.Another muffin recipe?While many seasoned food bloggers are waxing poetic about grilling burgers and slabs of watermelon on their backyard grill, the truth is, Babycakes, I'm just not into it. I'm in such a different head space that it almost seems comical to me, reading headlines in my Inbox about the "Ultimate Burger", or how July Fourth wouldn't…
  • Favorite Summer Recipes for a Gluten-Free Diet

    Karina Allrich
    11 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Cook Up a Gluten-Free SummerMake your gluten-free diet fresh, fast, and light. These hand-picked Gluten-Free Goddess® recipes celebrate the abundance of local ingredients and garden-glorious taste. Kick up your warm weather meals with local fresh herbs, tender greens, lime infused guacamole,  protein rich hummus, and bright basil pesto. Simple grilled fish, colorful stir-fries, and brilliant quinoa salads  make for light and easy meals, perfect for picnic style get-togethers. Strawberries, blueberries and peaches inspire easy crisps and cobblers, cakes, muffins, and dairy-free ice creams…
  • Coconut Milk Ice Cream Berry Parfaits

    Karina Allrich
    5 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Easy elegance. Coconut ice cream. Berries. Boom. Parfait!Stay Cool with Summer BerriesFrom the archives- a cool and creamy recipe for homemade coconut milk ice cream and fresh summer berries. We are slowly melting here in the usually friendlier, temperate wedge of Northwest Connecticut. This heat wave has not been fun. Yesterday we hit 87º degrees. Inside the barn. In the kitchen (if you can call it that), where I am not cooking. I am painting. Very slowly. And sweating. Profusely. The studio air smelled like a West Hollywood muffler shop (if I was a betting soul I'd wager greenbacks on…
 
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  • Gluten-Free at NYC Restaurant Week 2014

    21 Jul 2014 | 7:46 am
    Today starts the beginning of New York City's Restaurant Week. This is actually more like a restaurant month where you can enjoy $25 lunches and $38 dinners in top restaurants across New York City. In the past, I have avoided Restaurant Week because there were limited gluten-free options. This year, I decided to do my research and was floored by how many gluten-free options are now on the menus. I have compiled a list of more than thirty restaurants that have decent gluten-free options on their prix fixe menus over the next month. The only problem I see is not having enough time or money to…
  • What's Up with Udi's Holey Gluten-Free Bread?

    15 Jul 2014 | 6:43 am
    I was so excited to find the large loaves of Udi's Multi Grain gluten-free bread at Costco a few weeks ago. I spent $6.99, which I thought was a bargain at the time, for the big loaf. It was only when I got home did I realize that HALF THE LOAF was broken! It wasn't even really salvageable because not only were these slices broken, but there was a huge hole down the middle of these 10 slices... if I can even call them that! They were more like a broken bag of soft croutons. There was no full slice to be seen in this section of the loaf. Here is what Udi's had to say in response to me…
  • Good News about Aldi's Gluten-Free Products

    14 Jul 2014 | 8:17 am
    I was really excited when I spotted the LiveGFree products at Aldi's back in May. I was visiting my sister in Wisconsin and since we are both Celiac, we made a special trip to Aldi's. As with many of my vacations near and far, I brought home lots of gluten-free food as my souvenirs. This past weekend, I was pleased to see more of the LiveGFree line at my local Aldi's in Rego Park, New York. Again, I stocked up on the gluten-free products, bringing home baking mixes, frozen pizzas, bars, and more. I find all of the products to be very reasonably priced and they taste good too!The Aldi's…
  • Happy 33 Years of Celiac Disease to Me!

    9 Jul 2014 | 7:50 am
    I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1981. I do not remember the exact date of diagnosis because I was just a toddler. My parents didn't remember the exact date either because I think they chose to block out how sick I was back in 1981. I was in the hospital for about a week before I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease being poked, prodded, and tested for everything imaginable. By the end of my week at the hospital, I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and told to go 100% gluten-free forever. I was told that it was a disease that I would not grow out of at any point. I truly believe this…
  • NYC Celebrate Celiac Awareness Day with the NY Yankees!

    8 Jul 2014 | 6:19 am
    Somehow I missed posting about this event. It's probably all of the traveling I've been doing lately. Checking emails from airports, taxis, and late nights in hotels doesn't make for a very clear brain. My apologies for the last minute notice.NYC Celebrate Celiac Awareness Day with the NY YankeesSaturday, September 20, 2014Time: TBDPlease purchase before midnight EST on Tuesday, July 8th! TODAY!!!You must buy your tickets here: http://www.glutenfreecalendar.com/shop/ny-yankees-vs-toronto-blue-jays/ Join the Gluten-Free Calendar for an exciting night of baseball at Yankee Stadium as the…
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    Gluten Free Gobsmacked

  • Gluten Free Chinese Almond Cookies

    kchan
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:58 pm
    I’ve made this recipe a few times.  I’ve added almond flour, coconut oil, etc but this is the basic recipe that gets devoured.  The end result is a cookie that is crunchy and melts in your mouth.  Just what I was looking for to enjoy with a cup of coffee in the afternoon.  I’ve even […]
  • Gluten Free Scones

    kchan
    29 Jun 2014 | 12:50 am
    Just like mom makes. Well, I hope.  I have actually never tasted my mom’s scones as they entered her repertoire after I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease.  And I usually don’t post recipes that I haven’t made many times, but this recipe is hers – save for the gluten free conversion.  I trust it. The […]
  • Your favorite #glutenfree grab-n-go bar?

    kchan
    24 Jun 2014 | 7:31 pm
    I make my own granola bars. But tonight I ran out of gluten free oats. So what did I do? I stirred in some cooked quinoa to my peanut butter/maple syrup slurry. The result? Well… this (as it sits between parchment paper in the refrigerator): I added a couple handfuls of chocolate chips to try […]
  • Bread of Life? Random Acts of … Udi’s

    kchan
    25 Jan 2014 | 5:13 pm
    As most experienced gluten free eaters will tell you, sandwiches quickly disappear from your lunchbox.  Am I right?  It certainly is not the first thing on my pack-for-lunch list anymore and it was pre-gf days as it was simple to take, eat anywhere etc.  Not so much any more. Flash forward to this month.  I […]
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    Simply Gluten Free

  • Gluten Free Ham and Cheese Sandwich Balls Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    I love sandwiches. All kinds of sandwiches; fancy schmancy ingredients on artisanal gluten free bread, peanut butter and jelly, egg salad wrapped in lettuce leaves – it doesn’t really matter how plain or fancy, I just really love sandwiches. I also happen to be a big fan of reinventing things I love into other forms. The combination of these two loves is what brought this recipe to life. I thought to myself “What if I took the ingredients of a ham and cheese sandwich and made it into a little appetizer?” Then I told myself that was a really good idea. This recipe is actually a play on…
  • Gluten Free Umami Burgers Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    19 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Umami is a Japanese word that when translated means “pleasant savory taste”. It is one of the five basic tastes along with sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. A “basic taste” is similar to a primary color – it is a basic which can be combined with other basics to create an almost infinite number of more complex tastes. In many recipes we look for the perfect balance of some or all of these basic tastes – it is what makes the difference between an OK cook and a great cook. But sometimes, as with color, letting one really stand out adds punch and vibrancy. These burgers let the basic of…
  • Gluten Free Chocolate Peanut Butter Doughnuts Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:36 am
    There are just some things that were destined to go together – things that, while fabulous on their own, when combined increase in fabulocity by tenfold. Chocolate and peanut butter are a perfect example of this. And when you turn chocolate and peanut butter into gluten free doughnuts, well I would say that that fabulocity increases even more! Especially when you can make these doughnuts in less than twenty minutes. These doughnuts are chocolaty, light, and fluffy and the glaze is sweet and peanutty and then topped with salty, crunchy peanuts – need I say more? Recipe notes: If you are…
  • Gluten Free Artichoke, Ham, and Egg Gratin Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:44 pm
    I firmly believe that in order to master any subject you must first learn the basics. This is certainly true for cooking. Learn a few fundamentals and from there you can create all sorts of amazing concoctions and become a home chef extraordinaire. What I love about this recipe is that it is comprised of basics – poached eggs, artichoke hearts, and white sauce. The white sauce has been jazzed up and transformed with a bit of tomato paste which turns it into a completely different sauce. I believe that poached eggs are one of life’s most simple and sublime pleasures – there is just…
  • Gluten Free Chocolate Sunbutter Cream Pie Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:49 am
    Have you ever eaten something that was so good you wanted to share it with the world and keep it all to yourself at the same time? Well, this pie is one of those – rich, decadent, luscious – actually I am at a loss for words to describe how much I love this pie because all I want to do is close my eyes and savor each lovely bite. The pie starts with a chocolate cookie crumb crust then comes a layer of creamy Sunbutter filling topped with cocoa whipped cream – need I say more? You can make this ahead of time, it keeps in the fridge for a day perfectly well – just cover with plastic…
 
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    finding joy

  • why time is more important than stuff

    Rachel Marie Martin
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:34 am
    The other day I received a sweet comment from a mom who wished she was able to purchase extra things for her kids and then wrestling with this feeling about not being able to give her kids what she thought they needed and deserved – when she couldn’t budget it in. Well, first of all […]The post why time is more important than stuff appeared first on finding joy.
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    Celiac Disease and Gluten Free Diet | Celiac Corner

  • FLASH GIVEAWAY: GLUTEN FREEDOM, the new book by Alessio Fasano, MD, Celiac Disease Expert

    Paula
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:50 pm
    Author: Alessio Fasano, MDwith Susie Flaherty Gluten Freedom is the new book written by Dr. Alessio Fasano, MD, the founder and director of the Center for Celiac Research at Massachusetts General Hospital, and world-renowned pediatric gastroenterologist. The book is co-authored by Susie Flaherty, former senior editor at the University of Maryland and currently the communications director of the Center for Celiac Research.  Dr. Fasano is a leading expert in the field of Celiac Disease (CD) and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) and Gluten Freedom is an absolute must-read for anyone with…
  • The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Launches New Interactive Whiteboard: Are You Ready To Take Control?

    Paula
    3 Jul 2014 | 8:02 am
    Are you ready to take control?   The celiac community is well aware of the many challenges faced on a daily basis when living a gluten-free lifestyle … such as at work, dining out, traveling, and attending family gatherings, to name a few. The National Foundation for  Celiac Awareness (NFCA) wants you to “Take Control of Celiac Disease” by joining their efforts to eliminate these challenges, by helping to advance research resulting in a therapeutic treatment. Whether you are open to a therapeutic treatment, or not, consider visiting the NFCA’s first-ever animated, interactive…
  • Gluten Free and Lovin’ It! Why my life is better (and yours will be too) without gluten

    Paula
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:33 pm
    by Joy Duginske, MA, Certified Health Coach Joy Duginske, MA, Certified Health Coach, is the owner of Joy to Wellness Health Coaching in Chicago, IL. Once an unhealthy vegetarian, she transformed her own health by changing her diet, which included eliminating gluten. Joy specializes in helping women establish and maintain healthy lifestyles, and believes achieving wellness is about personal empowerment. She created her Gluten-Free Coaching Program to help others make the transition to a gluten-free diet easier and more enjoyable. For gluten-free lifestyle tips, check out her Joy to…
  • CeliacCorner’s Featured Food Blogger for July: Allyson Kramer, Cookbook Author & Recipe Developer

    Paula
    1 Jul 2014 | 5:27 pm
    Hi, I’m Allyson Kramer and I’m a best-selling cookbook author, recipe developer, and food photographer specializing in plant-based and gluten-free cuisine. I started blogging in 2009–back before I was diagnosed with celiac disease–to share vegan recipes and random thoughts, and have happily turned it into a full-time gig. I studied Fine Art in college and have been cooking and baking since I was a small child. These days I write cookbooks, develop recipes for companies and publications, as well as style and shoot food photography. I also run the Vegan Food Site for About.com. I…
  • German Tennis Player Sabine Lisicki discusses why she became gluten-free: “Collapsing on court was a real low point”

    Paula
    27 Jun 2014 | 10:41 am
    Sabine Lisicki (image from www.express.co.uk) Sabine Lisicki, a 2013 runner-up at Wimbledon, was diagnosed with non-celiac gluten-sensitivity, after suffering years of symptoms including stomach pains, nausea and poor concentration, according to an article in www.express.co.uk. “The 2013 Wimbledon runner-up had accepted the ailments and continued to train and compete until she lost consciousness during the 2011 French Open”. Sabine, 24, is feeling well again after eliminating gluten, and is currently playing in the 2014 Wimbledon games. “Not only do I feel stronger and…
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    Gluten Dude

  • Celiac Rant: Gluten-Free and I Still Feel Like Crap

    Gluten Dude
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:39 am
    Hello everyone. Happy Tuesday to you all. Let’s start with a joke today because why not!? A photon checks into a hotel and the bellhop asks him if he has any luggage. The photon replies, “No, I’m traveling light.” No good? How about this one? Pavlov is sitting at a bar, when all of the sudden the phone rings. Pavlov gasps, “Oh shit, I forgot to feed the dogs.” Ok…today’s order of business is a reader’s celiac rant. It’s been too long since I posted one of these and I have 140 of them sitting in my inbox. This comes from a frustrated celiac whose doc…
  • My Name is Mrs. Dude and This is My Breast Cancer Journey (So Far…)

    Gluten Dude
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    Dude Note: I went back and forth a bit whether I should be posting Mrs. Dude’s breast cancer story on this blog. After all…this is a blog about living with celiac disease and how much of my audience really wants to hear about breast cancer? But this blog is also about community. It’s about spirit. It’s about dealing with adversity. And most of all…it’s about hope. And to top it off, my audience is roughly 90% female so I guarantee Mrs. Dude’s story may not only resonate with many but if it makes even one single person get a mammogram when otherwise…
  • Never Pass Up a Chance to be a Celiac Advocate

    Gluten Dude
    15 Jul 2014 | 1:55 pm
    So yesterday, I spent a great day with one of my Dudettes at her college freshman orientation. Yes…I have an 18 year old. No…I have NO IDEA how that happened. Anyway, when everyone arrived, we all piled into the auditorium and the person running the orientation gave a wonderful 45 minute speech about the school, the day’s activities, etc. When the topic of dining came up, she said the cafeteria has several completely gluten-free stations. I thought “How cool! We have come so far in such a short time that our disease is now being recognized by major universities across…
  • From Hospice to Home: The Power of Gluten

    Gluten Dude
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:04 am
    I love your celiac stories. Every damn one of them. Though I might not comment on all of them (the Dude is a busy, busy man), I do read them all and respond when I can. There are some stories that just grab me though. These are stories that I must share with the community. Not only because they’re so dang amazing, but because there may be other people in a similar situation who read these stories and a light bulb goes off. “Hey…that sounds like my situation!” Not to be all dramatic and stuff, but by sharing your stories, you may be saving lives. How cool is that?? I…
  • Enough With the Gluten-Free Haters!!

    Gluten Dude
    7 Jul 2014 | 6:05 am
    I think it’s time for a good old-fashioned “Gluten Dude Take Down”. It’s been awhile and I’m a bit out of practice, but after a month of holding my tongue as the gluten-free community got mocked, doubted and trampled upon, I can hold it in no longer. On social media and online, it has been an all-out assault on those who go gluten-free and it has been a sad and frustrating spectacle to behold. I have so many people I could spew my venom at but I think I’ll focus my energies today on one Bruce Bialosky. And it so saddens me to take down a Bruce. I…
 
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    Elana's Pantry

  • When Things Fall Apart

    Elana Amsterdam
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:04 am
    Photo by www.jeanniejeannie.com Earlier this year my website traffic reached almost 1 million unique visitors per month, which meant that 50,000 people were coming onto the site each day for healthy gluten-free recipes, lifestyle tips and my musings on the Paleo Diet. When I started elanaspantry.com, I had not envisioned, or prepared for such large amounts of traffic. In the technology... Click on the title to be taken to the full post at www.elanaspantry.com. Please note: This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this…
  • Peanut Butter Frosting

    Elana Amsterdam
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:40 pm
    If you’re as big a fan of my Paleo Chocolate Cupcakes as the Boulder High Freshman Baseball Team, you’ll love them topped with my luscious Peanut Butter Frosting. There’s nothing quite like the classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter. You could even call this grain-free treat a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup style cupcake. The best thing though, is that if... Click on the title to be taken to the full post at www.elanaspantry.com. Please note: This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this…
  • Favorite Passover Ingredients

    Elana Amsterdam
    12 Apr 2014 | 11:06 am
    Over the years many of you have asked for a list of my favorite Passover ingredients. Well here you go –a rundown of the products that will make your grain-free Passover a breeze. These are the items I have come to depend on for making my Passover Seders since 1998 –the year I was diagnosed with celiac disease. Yes, it’s been a long time since I’ve had gluten, or chametz... Click on the title to be taken to the full post at www.elanaspantry.com. Please note: This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to…
  • Grain-Free Matzo

    Elana Amsterdam
    11 Apr 2014 | 9:27 am
    For years my friends, family, and readers have been asking me to create a grain-free matzo recipe. This year, instead of throwing matzo together the day of our Seder, I took time during the last few weeks (well prior to Passover) to work on creating an amazing gluten-free, grain-free matzo recipe. As you can imagine, my house has become a veritable grain-free matzo factory with batch after batch... Click on the title to be taken to the full post at www.elanaspantry.com. Please note: This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to…
  • Meringues

    Elana Amsterdam
    4 Apr 2014 | 5:38 pm
    Meringues are a light and crunchy naturally gluten-free dessert that melt in your mouth. Better yet? Mine are made with only two ingredients –egg whites and maple syrup. Meringue cookies are fun, yet elegant, pleasing both young and old; my children and their friends devour them. So does my husband. We’ll be serving my quick and easy Meringues at our Passover Seder, along with my... Click on the title to be taken to the full post at www.elanaspantry.com. Please note: This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this…
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    Gluten-Free on a Shoestring

  • Super Fluffy Gluten Free English Muffins

    Nicole
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:10 am
    These super fluffy gluten free English muffins have nooks and crannies that will put Thomas to shame in a hurry. Once they’re cooled and fork-split, they freeze perfectly. And you can even finish them in a toaster oven instead of a traditional oven so your kitchen stays cool. Clearly, they’re a breakfast home run. I started out thinking I was making gluten free English crumpets—those cousins of gluten free English muffins that remind me of sturdier pancakes that are cooked on one side only, until bubbles break through the surface. I started with the recipe for gluten free…
  • Gluten Free Apricot Crumble Bars

    Nicole
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:08 am
    We were invited over someone’s house for a party last Saturday night (okay we were riding my kid’s coattails since it was a party for the families on her travel softball team, and let’s face it I never really get invited anywhere after sunset and I’d prefer not to spend too much time thinking about why). When you have a gluten free kid and you’re invited to someone else’s house, you have a couple questions to ask yourself: 1. What will I bring for my gluten free kid to eat that is portable and doesn’t need to be heated, really, and still fabulously…
  • Gluten Free Chocolate Frosted Brownies

    Nicole
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:22 am
     There are about as many ways to make brownies as there are ways to make, say, chocolate chip cookies. Thick, thin, fudgy, cakey, you name it. These gluten free chocolate frosted brownies are, well, chocolate frosted with a deep, rich and thick chocolate ganache. It’s true. But what sort of brownie is fit to be beneath such chocolate ganache-style frosting? A slightly cakey, and not overly chocolatey brownie. That’s the kind. “Did she just say “not overly chocolatey”? Indeed I did.Here’s my thinking: You could make a super fudgy brownie and top it with…
  • Gluten Free Zucchini Yeast Bread

    Nicole
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:21 am
    It’s the dog days of summer. You have zucchini, I have answers. Baking with zucchini can be tricky, because it is just.so.wet. And what’s more, shredded zucchini actually gets more wet as it sits, since it releases its moisture. Put a pin in that, and let’s talk about how the very worst thing you can do to any yeast bread, gluten free or not, is make it too dry. Period. End of sentence. If it’s too dry, it won’t rise. That’s why, in my new bread recipes, we use the scrape and fold kneading method to shape the yeast breads from Gluten-Free on a Shoestring…
  • 3-Ingredient Brigadeiros

    Nicole
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:27 am
    I can still call these brigadeiros “3-ingredient” even though they have an optional 4th, right? Ah, the joys of being one’s own editor… I first made brigadeiros at home late one night during the week of the photo shoot for my next cookbook, Gluten Free Classic Snacks. My youngest child (and my most frequent hand model, much to the irritation of my other 2 children) was in the final stages of a third grade country project for school, and it was time for my bit: making a traditional Brazilian food to share. It had to be typical, portable, and bite-sized. And for my…
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  • Recipe - Chilled Strawberry Watermelon Soup

    19 Jul 2014 | 4:30 pm
    This is such an easy dish to prepare made and it's made with some of summer's most iconic produce. This soup is incredibly refreshing on a hot summer day and versatile enough to serve paired with nourishing salads (steak and strawberry spinach salad is my favourite) or sandwiches (home made tuna salad on rice crackers in another favourite here). It's super easy to transport making it fantastic for picnics or served in small cups at summer parties.I have to admit a watermelon with seeds, to me, tastes quite a bit better than the seedless variety. But if you don't have the patience to pick out…
  • Recipe - Kale Pesto

    16 May 2014 | 2:36 pm
    I'm not going to lie, I absolutely love pesto. I know not everyone is a fan, but I'd take pesto over a tomato sauce any day. But what many people don't realize is that you can make pesto out of any green leafy vegetable. There are many variations of pesto recipes available on the internet. For me, I still crave the flavour of basil regardless of what else I'm making the pesto from. It adds so much to the pesto, and although you may be steering away from traditional recipes, it still leaves enough of the recipes roots behind so the flavours don't seem so foreign. You have no idea how happy I…
  • Recipe - Decadent Grain Free Brownies

    2 May 2014 | 10:44 am
    Every now and then everyone deserves a treat, and these brownies are certainly worthy of decadent treat status. This recipe makes up some of the tastiest brownies I've ever had, grain free or not. They're moist, chocolatey, and flavourful without being incredibly heavy. They've been a hit every time I've served them to people, and to satisfy the number of requests I've had for the recipe, here it is!I hesitate to call these paleo. Yes, the recipe is paleo-friendly, but if you're really following a paleo lifestyle, I don't think I've ever heard of hunter-gatherers picking brownies off the…
  • Recipe - All Natural Marshmallows

    12 Feb 2014 | 2:45 pm
    So, before we get any further into this, let's acknowledge that there is very little that one would consider "healthy" about this recipe. But we all deserve a little treat now and again, don't we? I initially was inspired to make homemade marshmallows in order to see whether or not they could be made without using corn syrup. I'm pleased to say they can! I've also attempted using coconut sugar as the base sugar, and although they turn out quite well, they have a rich caramel flavour to them due to the coconut sugar. It's not at all bad, but if you don't like caramel, opt for a more neutral…
  • Recipe - Pasta con le sarde (Pasta with sardines)

    30 Jan 2014 | 5:16 pm
    My extended vacation in Italy this past August has renewed my inspiration in creating gluten free Italian dishes. This is definitely one of them, being Sicilian in origin. Traditionally speaking the sardines used in the recipe are fresh and then fried. Although I don't have access to fresh sardines, canned ones are pretty easily found in any grocery store. It's funny, I used to love sardines as a kid and then went through a very long period where I didn't like them, or at least thought I didn't. This recipe has certainly renewed my love for sardines.The other piece of inspiration for this…
 
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    Gluten Free Bread

  • 10 Gluten-Free Thickening Agents Perfect for Baking, Soups and Sauces

    Chrissy Lane
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
      When you are living a gluten-free lifestyle, it can be a never-ending battle to find ways to get your food to taste…well…normal. And when you want to make gravy, a fruit pie, or a sauce, part of making it taste “normal” is choosing the right gluten-free thickener, and knowing how to use it. Fortunately, you have a variety of gluten-free thickeners to choose from. Cornstarch. Even cooks who aren’t gluten free probably have a box of this staple in their pantry. Cornstarch is great for sauces and gravies, and it also gives baked goods structure and a soft texture.
  • How to Grind Your Own Gluten-Free Flour

    Chrissy Lane
    1 Jul 2014 | 5:31 am
      Whether you are gluten free because you have health issues or because you feel it is best for your health in the long run, it is a big change, and one that can get expensive! One of the biggest expenses can be flour. Depending on where you shop, gluten-free flour can cost $3-4 a pound (or more). To make it worse, when baking, you often need more than one kind of flour, which can get even more expensive and put you off of baking forever! A way to reduce this cost is to grind your own gluten-free flour, and it’s not as expensive, hard, or time-consuming as you might think.  …
  • 6 Essentials for the Perfect Gluten Free Father’s Day

    Chrissy Lane
    14 Jun 2014 | 7:58 am
    If your dad is gluten free, one way to ensure he has a bad Father’s Day is to make him a dinner or give him a gift that has gluten in it! Sometimes gluten hides in foods you might not even think about. Here are a few things to be aware of if you’re making a gluten-free meal or looking for a gift for your father for Father’s Day…   For some that are dedicated to the art of barbecuing, liquid smoke is a must have. But is it gluten free? You are right to be concerned—some brands are made using barley. However, there are some brands that are gluten free—just make sure…
  • Two Gluten-Free Breakfast Muffin Recipes

    Chrissy Lane
    11 Jun 2014 | 3:35 am
    Muffins may just be the perfect breakfast. Tasty, filling, and perfect for life on the go, you can make your own muffins in any variety, in almost any flavor you can imagine. For instance, how about delicious and nutritious chocolate avocado muffins? Yes, that said “avocado,” and it also said “chocolate.” It’s a great way to use up avocados that are getting a bit mushy, and they will also add moisture to your muffins. They are also a great way to add some nutrition to your day—avocados are good for the heart, help to prevent inflammation in those who suffer…
  • Melt-in-Your-Mouth Gluten-Free Dinner Rolls in a Bread Machine

    Katlyn Goeujon-Mackness
    8 May 2014 | 8:57 am
    The bread machine is a wonderful thing. It will do as much or as little of the bread-making process as you want it to, and you will always come out with a consistent product in the end. To make gluten-free rolls, you can easily mix and knead the dough in the bread machine, but you will have to cut, roll, and bake them yourself. Don’t worry though—this is the fun part. If you are familiar with gluten-free bread baking, you may notice that this recipe calls for a fair bit of xanthan gum. This is on purpose, because for a wonderful light and fluffy dinner roll, you want a good binding agent.
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    Being Gluten Free

  • The Happiest Party on Twitter: #DisneyFamilyTravel

    Rossana Wyatt
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:48 am
    Being Gluten Free In the mid-1960s, Walt Disney’s dream was to build a family resort destination like no other. The dream became a reality when Walt Disney World Resort opened in 1971, featuring Magic Kingdom as the centerpiece. If you’ve ever wished to gaze upon Cinderella’s castle, hold Mickey Mouse’s hand or take a journey under the sea [...] Being Gluten Free - Gluten Free lifestyle and travel blog with recipes and reviews.
  • The ROM – a quick visit.

    Rossana Wyatt
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:10 am
    Being Gluten Free I always love heading into Toronto for a day trip with my daughter; we like to stop in to some of the great attractions Toronto is lucky to have and we are lucky to be close enough to visit whenever we can.  I was attending an event in Toronto, and asked my daughter to come [...] Being Gluten Free - Gluten Free lifestyle and travel blog with recipes and reviews.
  • RSVP for StayFree Twitter party July 23-9 pm ET. #StayFree. Lots of fun & over $2000 in prizes!

    Rossana Wyatt
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:35 am
    Being Gluten Free Remember the last Stayfree party? It was a blast, and this one will be too! Join us on Wednesday, July 23 at 9PM EST for a fun filled 75 minutes! I am really excited about this chat and the amazing prizes!  But before I give you the party details, I need to tell you about [...] Being Gluten Free - Gluten Free lifestyle and travel blog with recipes and reviews.
  • The @HamiltonBeachCa Wave Station express dispensing blender #giveaway – perfect for smoothies!

    Rossana Wyatt
    12 Jul 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Being Gluten Free If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I enjoy my smoothies and love having a smoothie most mornings to  start off the day. They are one of  the quickest and easiest ways to get all your nutritional needs met depending on what you put in your smoothies; they can definitely be a power [...] Being Gluten Free - Gluten Free lifestyle and travel blog with recipes and reviews.
  • Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies, great for on the go!

    Rossana Wyatt
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:26 pm
    Being Gluten Free I like knowing my family has a great start to their day. Most mornings my daughter and husband  have oatmeal but now that it is warmer they aren’t so keen on having something warm in the morning.  I came across a few recipes for breakfast cookies that didn’t quite have what I wanted and were [...] Being Gluten Free - Gluten Free lifestyle and travel blog with recipes and reviews.
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    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes

  • Gluten-Free Lemon Cake

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:57 am
    If you’re like me, it’s nice once in a while to make something fancy and out of the ordinary, something that after all your labor, you can stand back and enjoy visually as much as your first bite. Well, let me introduce you to this lovely gluten-free lemon cake. It is beautiful and tastes absolutely...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Lemon Cake appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Top 10 Common Symptoms of Celiac Disease Infographic

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Experts estimate that roughly 1 percent of the American population, or 2 million individuals, have celiac disease. This works out to roughly 1/133 people. To put it in perspective, the number of people with celiac disease in the United States is approximately the same as the number of people living in the state of Nevada;...  Read More » The post Top 10 Common Symptoms of Celiac Disease Infographic appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Mexican Fiesta: Taco Salad Recipe

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    14 Jul 2014 | 5:33 pm
    This taco salad is piled high with incredible toppings and is sure to please a crowd…or just you! We have served this meal so many times with big groups of friends, and it’s always a hit. We make up all of the taco salad ingredients and serve in bowls on the table where everyone can...  Read More » The post Mexican Fiesta: Taco Salad Recipe appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • The History of Celiac Disease Awareness

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    12 Jul 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Celiac disease was first labeled and identified 8,000 years ago when a Greek physician by the name of Aretaeus of Cappadocia wrote about “The Coeliac Affection.” In his writings, Aretaeus described his patients as individuals who had “suffering in the bowels”. Read more below for a brief overview of the history of celiac awareness. There’s...  Read More » The post The History of Celiac Disease Awareness appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Gluten-Free Granola Recipe with Puffed Millet

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    7 Jul 2014 | 6:35 pm
    This incredibly crunchy, gluten-free granola is made with puffed millet, seeds and honey.  Along with a bit of oil and applesauce, our  gluten-free granola recipe makes two pans of deliciously crisp clusters of cereal.  This millet granola makes an excellent gluten-free cold cereal, and an even better snack. I regularly make this granola for our...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Granola Recipe with Puffed Millet appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
 
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