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Gluten-Free Probiotics can Contribute to a Healthy Gut

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Gut health is important to the health of your whole body, and most of you know that good bacteria is crucial to maintaining a healthy gut. Eating the right foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables rather than sugary processed foods is important. But you can really help your body by consuming fermented foods and beverages. Unfortunately, many of th...

Farmers Fund Gluten-free Research | Triumph Dining

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Kansas farmers are paying for genetic research to figure out exactly why some people struggle to digest wheat. The hard science is aimed at developing new varieties of wheat. The Kansas Wheat Commission is spending $200,000 for the first two years of the project, which is meant to identify everything in wheat’s DNA sequences that […]Click to ...

15 No-Bake Desserts for Summer

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In the heat of summer, I have no interest in turning on my oven unless it is a special occasion. I simply hate the heat, so home baked cookies and cakes are out and homemade ice cream, fruit cream, and popsicles are in. The problem comes when I want to make something to take to a cookout or other event. Frozen treats just don't work well and they u...

Thai Green Salad with Shrimp & Spicy Almond Dressing

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Am I the only one who prefers salads that others make more than my own? I’m not, right? Okay, I’ll admit that I have heard other friends say the same…Read More

Gluten Free on Independence Day

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The upcoming Independence Day celebration has its own color scheme: red, white, and blue.  Here are four gluten free recipes that will empower you to carry out that theme:Click for recipes for jello salad, potato salad, and pasta salad — all three are red, white, and blue. The recipes are not specifically gluten free, but […]

Win-It-Wednesday: Tovolo Rocket Pop Molds

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Summer is here and the heat is on! When I was a kid I couldn’t wait for “Pony Boy” to come galloping down my Grandmother’s road so me and my two sisters could get an icy cold and sticky sweet Popsicle. Nowadays I still crave these summertime treats, but was searching for a “big kid”

Be Free For Me Blog 49 days ago

Two Moms in the Raw Sea Crackers | Triumph Dining

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Following on to our review of Two Moms in the Raw Nut Bars is the company’s Sea Crackers. These crackers come in four-ounce boxes and combine flaxseed, kelp and spices. These crackers can be used as a stand-alone snack chip, a crouton replacement for salads or together with your favorite spread or topping. They come […]Click to continue readi...

Grilled Pizza

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Ahhh . . . pizza . . . but who wants to turn on the oven when it’s so hot outside? Not me! Tonight we made grilled pizzas! Just as yummy and the house wasn’t overheated because of the oven! Next time you’re craving pizza in the middle of summer, try a grilled pizza. Grilled [Read More...]

Better Batter 50 days ago

Chicken and Noodles

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To make the Noodles: 2 cups (224 g) Better Batter Flour plus extra for use when rolling out the noodles ¾ tsp. salt 1 Tblsp. water 1 Tblsp. olive oil 4 egg yolks and 2 whole eggs at room temperature Put eggs, yolks, water, salt, olive oil in mixer and blend, then add flour and [Read More...]

Better Batter 50 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Strawberry Rhubarb Bars

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Strawberry season is upon us, and with the rhubarb in full bloom as well, it's a great time to make up this delicious snack, which combines both classic flavors into a sweet-tart bar with a lot of moisture. Patrick Auger enjoys creating allergy friendly desserts using our products, and we love everything he creates! Yield: [Read More...]

Better Batter 50 days ago

Patrick Auger’s Blueberry Muffins

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Another great recipe from my good friend, chef Patrick Auger, whose passion for baking is unmatched. Patrick works really hard to create lovely, allergy frees goods that anyone can enjoy. This recipe is a gift from him, and a preview of coming attractions in his upcoming cookbook. YUM! This blueberry muffin recipe, is gluten free, [Read More...]

Better Batter 50 days ago

Four Allergy Friendly Kids Camps

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Just when you’ve gotten into a rhythm for the school year, summer break hits. And eventually, one of these summers your kiddo will probably want to try their hand at camp. While exciting for them, you may be terrified about how to navigate this adventure because of food allergies. Luckily, there are allergy-friendly summer camp [Read More...]

Better Batter 50 days ago

Rhubarb Bars

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I am all about using in-season produce, especially if it's from my own backyard! We are totally Team Rhubarb at my house and I have a crazy, high-producing rhubarb plant which sends up stalks from early May to late September. This 1970s throwback recipe is my go-to for using up this tart vegetable. Par bake [Read More...]

Better Batter 51 days ago

Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie

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I like to drink smoothies year round, but when the weather turns hot, like it did last week, I drink them even more. This Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie is authored by Danielle Walker of Against All Grain. The post Almond Matcha Superfood Smoothie was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free r...

Grilled Beer and Molasses Chicken | Triumph Dining Recipe

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As May turned into June our thoughts turned to Father’s Day. Beer makes a great marinade and, with so many new gluten-free ones now on the market, it’s a good option. We like this recipe, which serves four. Ingredients 4 chicken breasts 1/2 C gluten-free beer 1/4 C ketchup or tomato sauce 1 T molasses […]Click to continue reading »

Gluten Free Sushi Made at Home | Triumph Dining

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Thanks to the Gluten Free Allergen Free Expo in Chicago in May and some fortuitous time spent on Twitter, I happened to discover two new gluten-free products that go great together. I discovered Rice Waps Foods on Twitter. Their rice sheets and rice pillows have been sitting my freezer for a couple months now just […]Click to continue reading...

Calories Count in College

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Living gluten free is highest for anyone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, but it is not their only dietary concern. Calories count!!!!!!, particularly for people of college age.  One of a college student's first challenges is the so-called “Freshman  15”, the weight gain that many youngsters face when they enter college. Most experts feel...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 13)

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Gone are all those cold winter days we had this year. The summer heat is here! I often resort to super simple meals in the summer like grilled hamburgers or chicken and a salad, but I like to provide you with other ideas in this gluten-free menu plan. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 13) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on...

Attending Gluten-Free Expos and DC Expo Recap

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Last weekend I attended the Washington, DC Gluten-Free Expo with Shirley of Gluten Free Easily. I was very pleased that in addition to a vendor hall they were offering a series of educational sessions. The post Attending Gluten-Free Expos and DC Expo Recap was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten...

Gluten Free Goes to College: Making Decisions About Drinking

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No one should  suffer the experience of being simultaneously intoxicated and glutened! But that will almost certain to happen to a celiac college freshman  who is unaware that most alcoholic drinks are gluten toxic and, in college, many of those drinks are poured from kegs that do not have brand names, ingredients lists, or the words GLUTEN FREE [&...

What happened when I forgot the xanthan gum

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Not long ago I made fresh bread for my son and had it waiting when he got home from school. There was only one problem. I forgot the xanthan gum. The post What happened when I forgot the xanthan gum was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free recipes and tips from my home to yours.   &...

RECIPE: Rice Noodle Salad with Lemongrass, Mint, Cilantro…& Tea!

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Today is National Iced Tea Day. Approximately 85% of the tea consumed in the U.S. is iced, and iced tea is now the most consumed beverage at lunch time (source: Tea Association of America). Tea is also used as a recipe ingredient, in dishes from Smoked Tea Duck to baked goods, soba noodles, smoothies and […]

Gluten-Free Crustless Lemon Cheesecake Pie

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Today’s gluten-free Crustless Lemon Cheesecake Pie recipe is one of those recipes that “came to me” after seeing a couple of ingredients, running across lemon recipes in an old church…Read More

Gluten Free Product Recalls

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Hearty Gluten-Free Buttermilk Buckwheat Pancakes

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Does dad like breakfast at home on Father’s Day? These buckwheat pancakes are a filling contribution to that menu. 1 C buckwheat flour 2 T brown sugar 1 ?t baking powder 1?2?t baking soda 1?2?t salt 1?8?t cinnamon 1?8?t nutmeg 1?8?t cloves 1 ?egg 1 C lowfat buttermilk 1 T butter, melted   Combine dry […]Click to continue reading »

Cherry Crunch

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Cherry Crunch When summer time comes, who wants to spend hours in the kitchen baking? Not me! Here’s an easy dessert that won’t keep you in the kitchen for long! Ingredients: 1 box Better Batter gluten-free yellow cake mix 2 sticks softened butter **I haven’t tried this recipe with a dairy alternative. If you do, [Read More...]

Better Batter 57 days ago

Broccoli Cheddar Rollups

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I first made these rollups as an appetizer at Easter but realized if you make them larger and serve with a green salad you've got a nice light lunch.   6 oz broccoli crowns, about 2 1/2 cups, chopped very fine 1/2 small onion, chopped fine 1/4 cup fresh flat-leaf parsley, minced 2 Tbl olive [Read More...]

Better Batter 58 days ago

Strawberry Rhubarb Pancakes

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The leaves are out, the birds are singing, and all the plants are in full bloom. Don't you love being able to look out at all the wonderful colors, smells, and tastes of summer? Two of those flavors are strawberries and rhubarb. Each of them on their own is great, but to put them together is fabulous. One way to have them together is in these straw...

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 6)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan has some real kid friendly meals in it. It also makes use of the crock pot a couple of times, which can be a real help with getting dinner on the table at a reasonable hour. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (June 6) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free reci...

Chocolate Crumb Crunch

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Most people are born June through September, making summer the season of birthdays – if you don't care for cake, it can be hard coming up with other yummy birthday desserts. This easy to make, versatile cookie crunch can be used for pies, cheesecake crusts or coated with magic shell topping to make (our favorite!) [Read More...]

Better Batter 60 days ago

Gluten Free Goes to College: Explaining the Gluten Free Life Style

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A freshman who lives gluten free might use ‘elevator speech’  like this to introduce himself and make his new friends aware of his situation: “CD is not contagious. The gluten free diet is not a weight loss diet! It’s similar to a food allergy in that if I eat foods containing wheat, barley or rye, […]

5 Tips for Gluten-Free Travel

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Summer travel season is here, and you might be wondering, “How do I travel gluten free?” That’s a good question! Especially when you are traveling, you want to be healthy and feel as good as possible. Accidentally consuming gluten can seriously hinder your travel plans and enjoyment. Here are some gluten-free travel tips to consider. The post 5 Tip...

Gluten Free Goes to College: Visiting the University

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Thousands of high school seniors who live gluten free will be entering college this fall. Up until this point, parents have had some control over their eating habits, their adherence to the gluten free diet, their snacking,  their expenditures for food, and their restaurant choices.  All this changes abruptly in September.  Families traditionally v...

Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut “Nutella” Chocolate Chip Cookies

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There’s a long list of things that make me happy (and knowing that makes me happy, too). The following is just a recent sampling. Today's Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut "Nutella" Chocolate…Read More

Win-It-Wednesday: The Good Bean Roasted Chickpea Snacks

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If you love snacking, and love foods that are good for your body, you are going to want to check out and enter to win this week’s Win-It-Wednesday prize… The Good Bean Roasted Chickpea Snacks. I have been a fan of The Good Bean for a while. A few years back I featured The Good

Be Free For Me Blog 63 days ago

Cauliflower Bread | Triumph Dining

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Outer Aisle Gourmet has launched the nation’s first gluten-free, low-carb cauliflower sandwich thins and cauliflower pizza crusts/wraps at Whole Foods Market in Santa Barbara and online. Santa Barbara mom and health enthusiast Jeanne David imagined a pizza crust/wrap and a bread substitute for sandwiches that tasted better than the traditional vers...

Garlic and Herb Beef Pinwheels

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This is a nice, easy dinner>>>>>>>>>>>>> ;>>>>>>> 1 batch Biscuit dough, made with Better Batter Gluten Free Pancake and Biscuit Mix, allowed to sit at least 1 minute to thicken to rolling capacity BEEF FILLING 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 small onion, halved and thinl...

Better Batter 64 days ago

Cheesecake

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One of my all time favorite desserts is cheesecake. The cheesecake part itself is not difficult, but being gluten-free, making the crust can be a challenge! I like to use a cookie crust, usually chocolate chip, but this time I decided to make a shortbread crust. I wasn’t sure when I took it out of [Read More...]

Better Batter 64 days ago

Cookery Classes: Gluten Free Bread and Gluten Free Pastry

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Parmesan Roasted Steak Fries

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A quick dip in seasoned flour and Parmesan cheese makes just about anything taste good, but turns plain old potatoes into something fabulous. These fries are a great accompaniment to grilled food. My husband was pretty concerned that the fries I used in this photo would feel left out if he didn't gobble them up [Read More...]

Better Batter 65 days ago

Caramelized Onion & Red Pepper Frittata from Everyday Detox

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If you're looking for delicious detox recipes that you can enjoy every day, there's a new cookbook that will be available on Tuesday: Everyday Detox by Megan Gilmore. All the recipes are gluten free, and they contain allergy and special diet labels, including gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free, nut-free, soy-free, vegan, and no sugar. Plenty of the ...

Help Us Win $100,000 Grant!

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Hi guys, we're applying for $100,000 grant and we need at least 250 votes by June 19 in order to be entered to be evaluated. It takes about 3 seconds to vote, and it would sure help us out!  You can follow this link to vote!

Better Batter 66 days ago

Gluten-Free Menu Plan (May 30)

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This week's gluten-free meal plan has a mix of really easy and slightly more complicated meals (the first two). Whether you follow this plan closely or just use a few ideas, I hope you find it helpful. The post Gluten-Free Menu Plan (May 30) was written by Linda Etherton and first appeared first on The Gluten-Free Homemaker - Gluten-free recipes an...

Probiotics Contain Gluten?

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Probiotics are a great thing. Right? In some cases, maybe not. I’ve tried taking probiotics several times since the 1990’s. One would think they are a helpful supplement given the latest research on the gut microbiome. One would also believe that they are imperative for someone such as myself, working to heal a leaky gutRead More → The post ...

Elana's Pantry 67 days ago

Two Moms in the Raw Nut Bars | Triumph Dining

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We just discovered Two Moms in the Raw products at our local Whole Foods. First up for review is the Nut Bars. These combine nuts, fruit and spices for a sweet and nutty treat. Not surprisingly, Cacoa Nib was the Triumph Dining team’s favorite. The two-ounce bar had warm vanilla notes and 3g of protein, […]Click to continue reading »

Five Things I Love About Gluten-Free Expos (and One I Don’t) Plus D.C. Gluten-Free Expo Coming

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There are many things to love about gluten-free expos. Today I'm sharing five things I love about gluten-free expos, plus one thing I don't love (at all). Why am I talking about gluten-free expos? Because there's one coming up in my area next weekend! Coming up next weekend, the first weekend in June, on Sunday, […]

Milton’s Gluten-Free Crackers and Giveaway!!

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Once upon a time, there was a girl who shopped at Costco.  She found these wonderful Everything crackers and fell in love.  Next time she went back, she bought 3 bags!  Her little brother and her mother, who aren't gluten-free, also … Continue reading →

You have a disease called noassatol (actually it was celiac disease)

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"I know what's wrong with you. You have a disease called noassatol." That's what my husband said to me when I was down to 114 pounds (at 5′ 5 1/2″) and had a very flat bottom. I was 35, uncontrollably losing weight, and very weak. It was scary. It turned out to be celiac disease, […] The post You have a disease called noassatol (a...

The Travelor’s Dilemma: Three Things To Do Right Away If You’ve Been Glutened

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You've planned carefully, alerted all your hosts and hotels about your dietary needs, and packed plenty of emergency rations. You've even printed out cute little cards in other languages to ensure that people really do understand that you cannot have gluten in any form…. you should be good to go, right? You might be. Or [Read More...]...

Better Batter 70 days ago

Crock Pot Pulled Chicken

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This recipe is a great recipe for making when you're really busy and don't want to be fussed with heating up the kitchen. It is one our our Pinspired recipes, and the original comes to us from Providence Design. We have adapted it to our own tastes. You can use a commercial gluten free bread/bun [Read More...]

Better Batter 70 days ago
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