Gluten free

The Best of G-Free Grab & Go

I’m a huge fan of naturally gluten-free food. It’s usually healthier, usually cheaper, and IMHO, usually tastier, too. There are so many ways to go g-free quick and easy, and I highlighted a bunch in last month’s newsletter, with tips from a variety of gluten-free bloggers. And yet…there are so many reasons packaged foods do come in handy from time ...

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The Britney Spears Gluten-Free Soundtrack

I don’t care what you think about her life choices, lack of shoes, or all-around confusing actions, Britney Spears basically made a soundtrack that speaks to my journey with the gluten-free diet. Annnnnd here we go: Toxic  When you have come to the realization that gluten is toxic for your body, but you still have a deep, passionate love for it. It’s like that ...

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The Fabulous Gluten-Free Bean Bake

Bean bakes are the best thing to come my way, foodwise, since I learned that I was not only lactose intolerant and needed to diet but also gluten-sensitive. Seriously. I’ve now made three versions: Lemon Bean “Cheesecake” with Fruit Sauce Cauliflower Bean Bake with Cheese, Dill, and Olive Banana-Coconut Bean Bake   The taste of each isn’t like anything I’ve ...

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The First Step in Accepting a Gluten-free Diet

Finding out that you have to eat differently than you have your entire life can come as a complete shock. Receiving a diagnosis of Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or sensitivity and being told that you can no longer eat gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, may seem overwhelming, confusing, frustrating, and impossible at first. This can especially ...

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The Fresh Market Introduces Private Label Gluten-free Products

The Fresh Market has embraced the growing gluten-free products category by introducing a private label gluten-free line and by adding shelf tags for all of the gluten-free products in the store. Additionally, they have added new gluten-free items to its selection of private brand products. From baking mixes to bread crumbs, all of their gluten-free private label products are certified by the Gluten ...

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The Gluten-Free Game of Clue

In the Game of Clue, players must solve the mystery of who killed Mr. Boddy, what they used to commit the crime, and where this occurred. A similar version of these three questions is something that gluten-free folks are used to finding out. Who prepared the food? What utensils did they use? Where did they prepare it? When I dine out, I’m always sure to remind the ...

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The Greater Cleveland Celiac Assoc CSA/USA Annual Gluten-Free Cookie Exchange is this Sunday Dec 9th!

You are invited! The Greater Cleveland Celiac Association Annual Cookie Exchange Sunday, December 9, 2012 from 2:00 to 4:30 PM Solon Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library 34125 Portz Parkway Solon, 44139 (off Rt 91 – SOM Center Rd ) Visit www.clevelandceliac.webs.com for details. Bring the kids! We will have kid’s activities at this meeting.

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The Importance of Exercise to Bone Health when Gluten-Free

When you see gluten-free fruit and nut bars in the airport newsstand, you know we’ve come a long way in our society’s awareness of food sensitivities.  In my mere two years without gluten, I’ve gone from stuffing my suitcase with Larabars to ensure I don’t starve while away, to, well, still packing them, but knowing that I likely won’t be ...

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