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Coming UnGlutened Book Review

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The winners of Coming UnGlutened: A Memoir on Going Against the Grain, Living Gluten Free, & Regaining Good Health have been announced at the bottom of this post. Coming UnGlutened is the new book from my friend Delise Dickard that was just released. Scroll to the bottom of the post to read directions on entering. It's super easy!... Read More ...

A Piece of Me

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I started this site shortly after I received a terrifying diagnosis. My goal was simple. To be of service. To make life easier for people with celiac disease and other digestive disorders. Helping others was the perfect distraction. When I started out, I wanted to cheer people up, not bring them down. I realize nowRead More → The post A Piec...

Elana's Pantry 112 days ago

150 Favorite Gluten-Free Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

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Okay, don't be intimidated by my post title. While there are 150 favorite gluten-free Mother's Day brunch recipes included here, two of the links—from my Bountiful Bread Basket series—make up 100 of them! Whew! I know … you thought I was going to overload you there! Now what do you think of when you think... Read More » The p...

Chili Cheese Muffins

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This easy gluten-free muffin recipe is made with 6 healthy ingredients and can be whipped up in a jiffy. To make my Chili Cheese Muffins you'll need almond flour, cheddar cheese, red pepper flakes, eggs, salt, and baking soda. Really, making this savory muffin recipe is that easy! If you've been here before, you knowRead More → The post Chil...

Elana's Pantry 153 days ago

Nut-Free Paleo Carrot Cake

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This Nut-Free Paleo Carrot Cake recipe made with coconut flour could not be simpler to throw together. You toss the ingredients in a food processor, transfer to a pan, and bake. Of course, if you've been here before, you know my specialty is easy paleo recipes. If you're new, be sure to check out myRead More → The post Nut-Free Paleo Carrot ...

Elana's Pantry 161 days ago

What is the Paleo Diet

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What is the Paleo diet? It is a nutritious real foods diet that eliminates processed foods as well as grains. The Paleo diet is the original human diet, designed by nature itself, that we are genetically programmed to eat. The Paleolithic diet, also called the caveman diet, Stone Age diet, and hunter-gatherer diet, is aRead More → The post W...

Elana's Pantry 166 days ago

Paleo Pasta: Healthy Low-Carb Swaps for Noodles

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Most pastas and noodles contain gluten. However, even gluten-free pasta is a starchy food that can leave you with a high-carb hangover. That's why I make my own paleo pasta, using low-carb vegetable noodles in place of wheat, tapioca, and rice noodles. One cup of wheat pasta contains 43 grams of carbohydrates, and one cupRead More → The post...

Elana's Pantry 188 days ago

The Dark Side of Statins

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Lately statins, a class of drugs utilized to reduce levels of fats, including cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, have become big news. Why? Because they are so amazing and save lives? Actually, quite the opposite. It is the dangerous side effects of statins that are making headlines everywhere from major news outlets in GreatRead More U...

Elana's Pantry 217 days ago

What is Altitude Sickness?

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Altitude sickness is an ailment that strikes travelers who venture up into gorgeous mountain habitats, high above sea level. Those who have experienced altitude sickness, know that it is a very real, and terribly unpleasant condition, that if extreme, can be dangerous. Air is Thinner at High Altitudes The percentage of oxygen in the atmosphereRead ...

Elana's Pantry 227 days ago

Top 10 Paleo Recipes of 2015

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Since I launched Elana's Pantry in 2006, I've created hundreds of Paleo recipes for you. Here you will find the Top 10 Paleo Recipes of 2015. The most viewed this year, these were your favorites! Whether you're newly gluten-free, cutting back on carbs, or just looking for healthy Paleo recipes that are super easy toRead More → The post Top 1...

Elana's Pantry 238 days ago

Navigating the Ups and Downs of Life

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I love taking time to slow down during the holidays as everything around me speeds up. This is the time of year when the days grow short, the nights long. A period when we are designed to hibernate, sleep, and rest. As the year draws to a close, I reach for my inner stillness, goRead More → The post Navigating the Ups and Downs of Life appea...

Elana's Pantry 243 days ago

Chocolate Decadence Cookies

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This scrumptious Chocolate Decadence Cookies recipe is my gift to you, dear readers! I've been making these healthy cookies for my family for a couple of years now and they adore them. A base of rich dark chocolate, studded with pecans and MORE dark chocolate, they remind me of my Chocolate Pecan Pie in aRead More → The post Chocolate Decade...

Elana's Pantry 257 days ago

Hot Chocolate Mix in a Jar

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This healthy hot chocolate mix in a jar is a fabulous DIY Christmas gift. I love making homemade healthy gifts for the holidays. Giving friends, family, and neighbors a homemade gift from the heart can be every bit as meaningful as something expensive. Sometimes even more so! My healthy hot chocolate mix in a jarRead More → The post Hot Choc...

Elana's Pantry 269 days ago

Gluten-Free Roosevelt Bean Recipe from Yellowstone National Park

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"Roosevelt Beans" are a tradition on the menus at all of the historic lodge restaurants in spectacular Yellowstone National Park. This hearty bean dish is so popular that park restaurants have printed up a recipe card for diners to take home....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 828 days ago

Picnic Plans and You're Out of Mayo? Don't worry.

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You're getting ready to make your Memorial Day picnic dish - potato salad, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, sandwiches - something that calls for lots of mayo. You get your big jar of mayo out of the frig and find that last night your husband raided it. No more mayo. Why did he put the jar back in the frig? Well, he did....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 833 days ago

How to Brew Gluten-Free Beer at Home - Start with an Ale

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Several years ago I started experimenting with home brewing gluten-free beer. I read as many books on home brewing as I could get my hands on and even joined the American Home Brewing Association...Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 841 days ago

Gluten-Free Mother's Day Brunch Recipes

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Brunch, that leisurely late-morning  combination of breakfast and lunch. What mom wouldn't appreciate lulling away the morning while her family is in the kitchen crafting a healthy gluten-free springtime brunch just for her on Mother's Day? I would!...Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 845 days ago

¡Viva la gluten-free tortilla!

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When you keep a stash of  gluten-free masa harina in your pantry you'll never want for store-bought tortilla chips again. It's a good feeling....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 850 days ago

How to Make Authentic Homemade Gluten-Free Tamales

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There's no way around it - the process of making homemade tamales is time-consuming but authentic tamale lovers world-wide will tell you, a real tamale is worth every minuto of preparation....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 851 days ago

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

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The carrot, with its naturally high sugar content and its deep, reddish orange-colored glow is a healthy addition to cake recipes. For centuries cooks used carrots in their cakes because they did not have easy access to sugar like we have today. Not such a bad thing most of us would agree....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 862 days ago

Make Your Own Gluten-Free Easter Candy!

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Give candy. Get candy. Hide candy. Find candy. Candy. CANDY! Easter was one of my favorite holidays as a child, second only to Halloween on a childhood scale of candy satiety. Today as a sensible grown-up and health-oriented to boot, the thought of giving a child commercial Easter candy full of genetically modified high fructose corn syrup and h...

Gluten-Free Cooking 865 days ago

Giant Gluten-Free Lemon Ginger Crisp Cookies

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As I watched my buttery gluten-free cookie dough, flecked with freshly grated lemon zest and minced crystallized ginger spread out on the cookie sheet to thin, very thin enormous circles, I started thinking, disaster! Not unusual in the world of gluten-free bakers, but always disappointing for sure....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 868 days ago

Gluten-Free Passover Recipes and Prep Tips

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Our Guide to Kosher Food has lots of tips to help you prepare your Passover Seder Plate, set the Passover table and make Charoset, the delicious Passover dish made with fresh and dried fruits, walnuts, red wine and spices....Read Full Post

Gluten-Free Cooking 869 days ago

Pick of the Day: Allergy and Free From Show 2013

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The post Pick of the Day: Allergy and Free From Show 2013 appeared first on  Free From.

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Astonished by Tesco Finest

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The post Astonished by Tesco Finest appeared first on  Free From.

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Gluten Free Cake Mixes: Hill Cottage Bakery

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The post Gluten Free Cake Mixes: Hill Cottage Bakery appeared first on  Free From.

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A Tale of 3 Universities

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The post A Tale of 3 Universities appeared first on  Free From.

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Cakes and Ale: gluten free

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The post Cakes and Ale: gluten free appeared first on  Free From.

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Cab Savviness

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A look at a common wine at my house the 2009 Casa Ermelinda Freitas Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wine a Day 1572 days ago

A Gifted Wine

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A look at a different wine from the USA, a Barbera.

Wine a Day 1625 days ago

Palmela European City of Wine 2012

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The town of Palmela in Portugal’s Setùbal Peninsular is the European city of wine in 2012. This is the first edition of this event which will bring many festivities to the town of Palmela and Setùbal Peninsular region. This area of Portugal has a lot to offer people visiting the country. Its proximity to Lisbon,

Wine a Day 1636 days ago

Quinta dos Vales Winery

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A visit to taste the latest wines at Quinta dos Vales

Wine a Day 1744 days ago

Mother Vine

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A look at Ken Payton's (from the blog Reign of Terrior) movie on small Portuguese wine producers and their stories.

Wine a Day 1916 days ago

Algave Allure

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A taste of something different being produced in the Algarve - yes the Algarve!

Wine a Day 1937 days ago

Something Different From Portugal – Herdade do Portocarro

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A look at the wines from Herdade do Portocarro with unique terroir and complex red wines.

Wine a Day 1985 days ago

Shades of Grey

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I’d been to Libertine in North Melbourne last year to drink Tahbilk wines matched with their excellent cuisine, so when we read on the Del Zotto website that they were doing a similar thing with their wines, we jumped at the invite. There’s something about the name Libertine that entrances me. I suppose it’s my love

Wine a Day 2003 days ago

Desert Island Cookbook List

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I bought the Science Teacher Culinary Artistry for Christmas one year. Towards the end, the chefs featured in the book rattle off their desert island lists, the ten or so ingredients they would choose to spend eternity with if stranded on a desert island. I seem to remember that olive oil recurs the most.Enter the desert island cookbook list.With o...

Date-Hazelnut Balls Dipped in Chocolate

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Better (way) late than never.For a holiday that's infamous for a week without bread, Passover sure involves a heck of a lot of food that contains matzo. Everyone has an odd favorite food to eat while being afflicted--matzo brie, for instance--and there are whole cookbooks devoted to soaking, pounding, and grinding matzo into food that's meant to be...

Coconut Cake

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My daughter Kaisa had her 6th birthday.  As usual she told me what she wanted for her cake.  Since she had declared what this was not long after her 5th birthday I was curious to see if her request had changed now that a year had passed.  It had.  In many ways I was relieved

Baking Love 2703 days ago

Millet: Bring On the Bird Seed

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I probably used millet for the first time in preschool. Remember those pinecone bird feeders smeared with peanut butter and rolled in birdseed? I've never been particularly interested in birds or the composition of their food, which means I didn't actually learn that millet is a key component of ordinary birdseed until I was an adult.My first encou...

High-Protein Breakfast Smoothies

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The Little Potamus sucking down a pint of smoothie.I've never thought of a smoothie as a meal in itself. A great addition to a weekend breakfast maybe. A good use for last-summer's berries. A reminder that it won't snow forever. But smoothies never seem to have the staying power or the chew factor that I usually deem necessary in my breakfasts. Pro...

Go Michelle O!

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When I saw Michelle Obama on the cover of O Magazine with Oprah, I winced then yanked open the magazine to the interview. Like a lot of people, I think I get my American royalty fix from reading about their lives but I also hate feeling like this incredibly professionally experienced woman is reduced to a great pair of arms, nice clothes, and sound...

Gluten Free in the Greens is Moving...

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Physically but not virtually. The Science Teacher and I just accepted teaching positions in Tbilisi, Georgia, for the next two years. Wow.There's a back story here that needs to be told. Once upon a time there lived an undiagnosed celiac girl who loved all things Slavic. She discovered Russian in high school, majored in Russian in college, spent a ...

Great Gluten-Free Resource

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Great blogs are partly about creating new and interesting content and partly about gathering and disseminating information. Rachel over at The Crispy Cook does both. She always has great recipes, but now she's compiled a list of 101 gluten-free blogs. If you haven't branched out recently into new gluten-free blogs, head on over to see what new thou...

Gluten-Free Herbed Cheese Bread

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The snow is piled up to the window sill after the storm last week (and the Science Teacher still didn't have a snow day!) and the forecast calls for the temperature to sink to 10 or 20 below night. We're hunkered down with cups of coffee, Car Talk, and the blessed quiet of the Little Pottamus's nap time. What better time to bake a loaf of bread?Yea...

Adopt-a-Gluten-Free-Blogger Healthy Resolution Edition: Straight Into Bed Cakefree and Dried

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I've wanted to participate in one of the Adopt-a-Gluten-Free-Blogger events--conceived of and sponsored by Book of Yum--for quite a while. It's such a great idea--giving us bloggers an opportunity to interact with each other on a somewhat deeper level than the normal reading and commenting. When I saw this month's theme (Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes...

White Cake with Chocolate 7-Minute Icing

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It's about time this post got, well, posted. The youngest son had his 2nd birthday (more than a month ago). I had the idea to make a cake for him with chocolate 7-minute icing, since I've never tried that before and he loves chocolate and the marshmallowy texture of 7-minute icing. I

Baking Love 2789 days ago

Gluten-Free Homemade Grape Nuts

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I got pregnant a month after going gluten free. All I wanted was to wake up to starchy comfort food, but being new to the world of GF buying and cooking, I had a hard time finding anything I wanted to eat. I wrote an entire post a while back on gluten-free breakfast ideas hoping to help newbies out. I have found quite a few hot breakfast cereals th...

Menus for Nov. 17 and Election Thoughts

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After a long absence, I'm back to the Gluten-Free in the Greens. Thanks to those of you who wrote asking if all was well. Your emails made me feel part of a community, not just a lone voice talking to the void. My last post at the end of June came just as we embarked on a lonnnggg road trip to see family and friends (a great reason that I wasn't po...

Peanut Butter Honey Brownies

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This recipe I came up with on the fly, out of the blue, in order to have something quick and easy for dessert. I looked around at other recipes but I can't find anything really that it is like. As you may have noticed I really love baking cakes and that's what I

Baking Love 2902 days ago
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