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What’s New About the New Gluten Free Labeling Requirements?

 Mark As Read    

On August 5, a week ago today, new rules governing the use of the term ‘gluten free' on food packaging became the law of the land. What has changed? What will or will not be changing? The <20 parts-per-million figure was being used by an estimated 95% of food manufacturers in 2013, the year this […]

Strawberry Crisp

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Strawberries are at their peak right now. They're overflowing in our garden and at the local farmer's market. While I love making strawberry pie (with Paleo Pie Crust), sometimes I want to make something simpler. This Strawberry Crisp can be whipped up in minutes. It's an easy gluten-free dessert that is made with only five ingredients –stra...

Elana's Pantry 16 days ago

Mango Chai Zucchini Bread

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This is a delicious bread and very easy to make – you can either bake it, or you can cook it in the slow cooker. Baked, it has a crispy caramelized top and a tender crumb; while cooked in the slow cooker, it is super moist and soft. If you don't have access to fresh [Read More...]

Better Batter 16 days ago

Sanctuary | Triumph Dining

 Mark As Read    

We’re always happy exciting to learn about new gluten-free eateries opening in the Bay Area. Berkeley is lucky to have a few great gluten-free cafes and restaurants and now it has Sanctuary, a vegan, gluten-free bistro which opened its doors August 1. Owners of the bistro are Barry and Jennifer Hones Horton, who also run […]Click to continue ...

Quinoa Pilaf

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This quinoa pilaf uses zucchini, which is in season for most people, and would make a great side dish for a summer (Labor Day) cookout or picnic. When I first started using quinoa after going free years ago, most people had never heard of it. Lately I've been surprised at how often I hear people […] The post Quinoa Pilaf appeared first on The...

Slow Cooker Zucchini Moussaka

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This dish is an old family favorite, made easy with the use of a slow cooker. We used an excess of zucchini to make this variation on the traditional moussaka, and I swaped out dairy free whipped potatoes in place of the dairy based behcamel sauce. 1 large zucchini (about 2 lb) sliced into 1/4 [Read More...]

Better Batter 17 days ago

Sharing The House With Glutenoids: Does Everyone Have to Go Gluten Free Because I Do??

 Mark As Read    

You've been sick for so many years you can't even remember what it's like to feel good anymore. You test and test and finally (finally!) your doctor comes back with a solid result – you're gluten intolerant. No drugs are required: all you have to do is eat this ‘gluten free' diet and you'll heal, [Read More...]...

Better Batter 17 days ago

Sloco

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Gluten-free bread is available for all sandwiches.     The post SLOCO appeared first on Gluten Free Geek.

Gluten Free Nashville 18 days ago

New Gluten Free Labeling Rules Implemented

 Mark As Read    

Americans who live gluten free now have an official definition of ‘gluten free'. After seven years discussion, the Food and Drug Administration has finally implemented new regulations last Tuesday, August 5. Here are the highlights: 1. The key number is — you guessed it — 20 parts per million gluten is the maximum allowed for [...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 8-9-14

 Mark As Read    

August is a hot month, so most of this week’s gluten-free menu plan includes recipes that don’t use the oven. Two exceptions are the homemade hamburger buns and the baked meatballs. Maybe you made some buns when it was cooler and froze them. If not and it’s too hot to bake, you can purchase buns, […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 8-9-14 appe...

Grab the Gold | Triumph Dining

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I grabbed the gold on the way to work today. Really! Grab the Gold is a balanced protein snack bar that came in one of my monthly deliveries from Cuisine Cube. I always have a bar or two stashed in my work bag in case I’m hungry and not around gluten free options. This bar […]Click to continue reading »

Taking the Anxiety Out of a Gluten Free Diet

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Contributor Emma Foote Whether you need to follow a gluten-free diet because you have celiac disease or to help manage another health problem related to gluten sensitivity, making the switch to a diet free from gluten is often daunting. While Better Batter flour and mixes [2] can help you to enjoy tasty and affordable gluten-free [Read More...]

Better Batter 20 days ago

Zippy Kale Salad with Fennel, Sweet Onion, and Goji Berries

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My garden is going nuts this year. I've never had so much kale! Everything is so lush and beautiful. I planted rows of sweet onions amongst the kale and other vegetables. Little did I know last spring, but allium vegetables are great at deterring aphids. Almost all of my kale this year is aphid-free. We've been making kale sautés, kale and ...

CeliAction Study Continues Seeking Volunteers

 Mark As Read    

The following is a sponsored post written by CeliAction. It think it's important to note that the drug is a mixture of two different enzymes. If you have celiac disease, I believe the study is worth your consideration. Be sure to check out the website for more information. Questions in the comments will be responded to […] The post CeliAction...

Lemon Hand Pies

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Fried Pies are a popular staple in the South, and this is one of the most popular flavors. This recipe makes about 10 large pies. Make sure you allow the pies to cool before eating – frying makes the lemon curd lava hot! You may also bake these if you wish (see the variation below) [Read More...]

Better Batter 21 days ago

5 Tips for Healthy Travel

 Mark As Read    

Traveling is fun. Jet lag? Not so much. Leaving one's native habitat to go on the road for business, and even pleasure can be stressful and exhausting. That's why I'm sharing my 5 Tips for Healthy Travel with you. All types of travel can be intense and particularly brutal when vacation and business schedules don't jibe with the needs of our body c...

Elana's Pantry 21 days ago

We Recently Took A Trip to the WorldVision Distribution Center In Pittsburgh

 Mark As Read    

Ever wonder how the organizations your support function on a practical, day-to-day level? We often ponder this. It's important to know how a charity runs, where they use the money and items you donate, and how they handle the cultures they come into contact with. We wanted to get a clearer picture of how one [Read More...]

Better Batter 22 days ago

Mock Apple Bars

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Your family will never guess that these bars are made out of the bumper crop of zucchini that is overtaking your garden – they taste, smell, and look absolutely like the real thing and are very delicious.   Filling 9 c zucchini, peeled, seeded, and diced into 1/2 inch dice 2/3 cup fresh lemon juice [Read More...]

Better Batter 22 days ago

Stack’d | Triumph Dining

 Mark As Read    

To me, pancakes are the ultimate comfort food; you can make them sweet or savory, they aren’t complicated to cook, and they’re absolutely delicious. However, finding a recipe for a non-grainy, good tasting, gluten-free pancakes isn’t easy at all. Too often, the wrong kind of gluten-free flour or sweeteners can make the end product anything […...

Gluten Free Recipe: Carrot and Zucchini Bars with Lemon Glaze

 Mark As Read    

Well hello. You probably thought I wasn't coming back.It's been a whirlwind few months, and so when my computer stopped playing nice with all Google products and I couldn't find a solution, blogging and I took a separation. Thanks to the boy, we've figured out how I can blog again and get back to the blogspot site to give you some new inspiration.H...

Gluten Free in SLC 22 days ago

GFW: Yeast-Free Dinner Rolls, Paleo Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies, Pineapple Bacon Guacamole

 Mark As Read    

Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW), the weekly blog carnival that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. If you're a reader, you'll find lots of gluten-free eating ideas—recipes, menu plans, reviews (cookbooks, products, restaurants), and much more. If you're a fellow blogger, ...

GFW: Yeast Free Dinner Rolls, Ice Cream Sandwiches, & Blueberry Peach Crisp

 Mark As Read    

Welcome to another great week of sharing great gluten-free eating recipes and ideas. I can’t wait to see what you have to share this week. Be sure to follow the guidelines. if you want us to share your post on social media. This carnival is co-hosted by my friends Shirley of gfe–gluten free easily (and […] The post GFW: Yeast Free Dinne...

Marché Artisan Foods

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French food, brunch, gluten free beer and gluten free food options… what more could you… The post Marché Artisan Foods appeared first on Gluten Free Geek.

Gluten Free Nashville 22 days ago

Key Lime Cheesecake Bars from Decadent Gluten-Free Vegan Baking by Cara Reed

 Mark As Read    

Do you know Cara of Fork and Beans? Chances are you do if you’re gluten free and dairy free, gluten free and egg free, or gluten free and vegan, because Cara is truly a recipe magician in these areas. And, thankfully, the word on talented gluten-free bloggers who can help you create fantastic recipes that meet […](Visit my blog for the full p...

Jennifer’s Way | Triumph Dining

 Mark As Read    

Too many times when gluten-free is mentioned on television it’s made fun of and called a fad. Last month, in a slightly more serious interview than he is known for, Jon Stewart of The Daily Show interviewed actress and gluten-free baker Jennifer Espositio about her new book and bakery “Jennifer’s Way”. In addition to hosting […]Click to conti...

Overnight Oats

 Mark As Read    

If you can tolerate gluten-free oats, then these overnight oats are a delicious and easy on-the-go meal. One of my kids has been using this recipe for the past year to eat as a late morning snack while he’s at work. He’s traveling around most of the day and is unable to heat food, so […] The post Overnight Oats appeared first on The Gluten-Fr...

Gluten-Free Peach Upside Down Cake

 Mark As Read    

This gluten-free recipe for Peach Upside Down Cake comes from my friend Steve Zeiden. Some of you might remember Steve from his blog Gluten-Free Steve. Steve’s not blogging at the moment, but obviously he’s still making delicious gluten-free treats! By the way, I shared another recipe of his (with one simple substitution) earlier here on […](...

Tea Thyme Cafe – Marble Falls, TX

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Marble Falls, Texas… where is that, you ask?  Precisely. A few months ago, I bought a Texas state parks pass.  I've decided to get my money's worth from it this year.  Last week, I took my family to Longhorn Cavern … Continue reading →

Shopping for Gluten Free Food

 Mark As Read    

People who live gluten free shop successfully on-line as well in conventional supermarkets and grocery stores. I recently wrote about shopping on-line and today I will talk about patronizing local stores. The costs are roughly equal, and many people who live gluten free use both systems. Shopping locally makes sense when you are buying a small numb...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 8-2-14

 Mark As Read    

I just realized that August is probably my least favorite month of the year. It’s typically very hot and humid here and summer is ending. There’s just not much to like about August. But we still have to eat, and so here is a gluten-free menu plan to help you out this first week of […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 8-2-14 appeared first on Th...

Gluten Free Potstickers with White Wine Sangria – and a giveaway!

 Mark As Read    

Gluten Free Potstickers?  Yes, please! Peach-Mango White Wine Sangria?  Bring it on! NOTICE:  I was contacted by a marketing company for Al Fresco (gluten free sausages, etc) and Columbia Crest wines to create a recipe using Al Fresco meat and pairing it with Columbia Crest wine..  They sent me wine, coupons (2) for al fresco […]

A Personal Update

 Mark As Read    

I’m not good at working a lot of personal information into my recipes and menu plans, so I thought I would give my readers a little update on a few things in my life. First, you may or may not realize that I home school my kids—or rather I did. My youngest son graduated in May! […] The post A Personal Update appeared first on The Gluten-Free ...

TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Lärabar’s Renula “Granola”

 Mark As Read    

The Lärabar brand of healthy, gluten free energy bars (now owned by General Mills) has reinvented granola. They call their new product Renola. The reinvention substitutes nuts for the traditional oats in granola. As a result, Renola is grain free, gluten free, soy-free and dairy-free. It is certified kosher by OU. It’s also crunchy and […]

How to Survive Building a New House

 Mark As Read    

As I mentioned in my What a Year post, we moved into a new house last summer –July 2013 to be exact. Now that we've been in the house for one year, things are starting to settle down. I unpacked the last boxes in May 2014. The dust has finally settled and I'm ready to discuss this huge project. In this post I'm going to outline how to survive...

Elana's Pantry 28 days ago

Is Your Child Likely to Develop Celiac Disease? | Triumph Dining

 Mark As Read    

Research relating to what may cause children to develop celiac disease are of more interest to me these days. I have a 7-month-old daughter and I’m celiac myself. Will my daughter inherit my disease and which factors make it more likely? A new study, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), finds that more than […]Click to continue ...

Understanding Gluten Free Flour Terminology

 Mark As Read    

People who live gluten free must understand the terms whole grain, whole wheat, and multigrain as well as phrases like "made with whole grain flour". "Whole grain flour" means what it sounds like. The three parts of the grain (germ, endosperm, and bran) are are in the same proportion that they occur in nature. Flour can […]...

Zema’s Foccacia | Triumph Dining

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Do you participate in the Meatless Monday trend? It’s a goal in our house although it’s not always accomplished on Mondays. No matter the day, I try to plan at least one or two meatless dinners during the week. This week’s meal was created around a rosemary-millet focaccia mix made by Zema’s Madhouse Foods. We […]Click to continue reading ...

It’s Berry Season | Triumph Dining

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This past week alone I was able to pick my own blueberries, cherries, raspberries, gooseberries and currents many in a variety of colors or types. There’s a sense of accomplishment in filling that picking bucket. I often enjoy the picking so much though, that I get home and think: ‘Now what do I do with […]Click to continue reading »

GFW: 2-Minute Gluten-Free Banana Muffins, Homemade Cherry Garcia Ice Cream, and How to Cook Zucchini Noodles (Grain Free!)

 Mark As Read    

Welcome to Gluten-Free Wednesdays (GFW), the weekly blog carnival that I co-host with my friends Linda of The Gluten-Free Homemaker and Lynn of Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. We love to connect with our readers.  Here’s how to follow each of us: Shirley (me) – Blog Updates (gfe and All Gluten-Free Desserts), Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ Linda ...

Monster Bars

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Each time I head home to Minnesota, my mamasita goes out of her way to have gluten-free treats waiting. This time was no exception — and she outdid herself by taking a family favorite cookie recipe (Grandma G's Monster Cookies) and made them into bars. Easier. Less work. More time to sip coffee together. (or...Continue reading →

Celiac in the City 29 days ago

GFW: Microwave Banana Muffins, Flourless Cookies, and Lemon Garlic Shrimp

 Mark As Read    

It’s the end of July and we are having unseasonably great weather. It’s not in the hot and humid weather of the mid Atlantic region, and I’m enjoying it. I should be turning my oven on and doing a little baking. Maybe I’ll find some inspiration at this week’s carnival! This carnival is co-hosted by […] The post GFW: Microwave Banana Muffins, ...

Win-It-Wednesday: “Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing & Living Well” Cook Book

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One morning last week a college student that works with me came to work with a tall glass full of an icy, frothy baby-blue drink. It looked delicious. Between sips he explained that this “drink” was his breakfast and he had, literally, whipped it up that morning. Packed with fresh blueberries, coconut water, chia seeds

Be Free For Me Blog 30 days ago

Is Testing for Celiac Important?

 Mark As Read    

Yes !!! Yes!!! Yes !!!. There are at least six reasons for my emphatic answer to that question:  ~~~ 1. You may need the test results later, and it is very difficult to test a person who is currently non eating gluten. Some experts consider it impossible or at least not worth the effort! ~~~ 2. It's […]

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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My family has not been fond of Brussels sprouts, and I have tried different recipes over the years trying to get them to like the veggie. Nothing seemed to work, and so I hadn't made them in quite a long time when Danielle sent me this roasted Brussels sprouts recipe. I won’t say that the […] The post Roasted Brussels Sprouts appeared first o...

We’ll be at Worldvision this week!

 Mark As Read    

Hi everyone! I'll be with my husband and teammates at the Worldvision center this week, helping them get shipments of clothing, food etc ready for shipping overseas. What a wonderful opportunity to see their work in action! Worldvision is one of our chosen charities through their clean water project. Since I'll be gone, you won't [Read More...]...

Better Batter 32 days ago

Gluten-Free Menu Plan 7-26-14

 Mark As Read    

I hope you all are enjoying plenty of summer fun and hopefully some relaxation (or at least vacation, which is not always relaxing). My family went to the Smoky mountains in Tennessee and had a great time. We met up with a number of my cousins and their families. That was the highlight for me, […] The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan 7-26-14 appear...

Flour Buds Cornbread | Triumph Dining Product Review

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There are items in my monthly Cuisine Cube that immediately excite me and ones that I plan to try later. In the case of Flour Buds Bakery Cornbread I didn’t know what I’d eat it with so I added an extra layer of plastic wrap and tossed it in the freezer. I pulled it out […]Click to continue reading »

Friday Ramblings: 5 Things You Need to Know When You Go Gluten Free

 Mark As Read    

Although I think you need to know these 5 things when you go gluten free, it will take some time for you to fully understand all of them. This is a listing that you might want to re-read at different parts of your gluten-free journey and see “anew,” so to speak. It might not all make sense […](Visit my blog for the full post, complete with an...

Thumbs Cookies | Triumph Dining Product Review

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I got a cute little box of these tiny round cookies called Thumbs in my Cuisine Cube this month. If you see them somewhere run away. These melt-in-your-mouth buttery buttons are too addicting! You can’t eat only a few. Good thing the box was small because it was gone in a flash! The cookies are […]Click to continue reading »

Gluten Free Food Shopping On-line is Easy and Inexpensive

 Mark As Read    

Shopping for gluten free food on-line in easy, inexpensive, makes thousands of safe products available, can be done anywhere in the country, and welcomes anyone with the computer skills needed to use this website.  <1> Every item in every store recommended here is gluten free. You literally can't make a mistake. <2> You have all [&#...

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