Tag Archives: Cooking

Gluten Free Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

If you think being on a gluten free diet means never eating some of your favorite foods, think again. There has been an explosion of gluten free products over the past few years so become familiar with the brands that work for you. Bionaturae has many options for pasta like elbows, spaghetti and penne rigate. Here are important tips to cooking good ...

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Erawan Rice Flour: Cheap and the Best

Hey Friends! Here’s a quick money saving tip when it comes to buying rice flour and tapioca flour. Check out your local Asian grocery store. We use Erawan. $.99/lb. Erawan comes from Thailand. Don’t let the inexpensive price fool you. This is an excellent choice. The flour is superfine, not gritty like many gluten free flours. It is also truly flavorless. ...

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10 Tips to be a Smarter Gluten-Free Cook

Ever get tired of cooking? Or maybe you live alone and don’t enjoy cooking for one? One of the best lessons I’ve learned while being gluten-free is that in order to eat the best you possibly can, you’ve got to cook it yourself. You know that gluten-free doesn’t necessarily mean healthy, so you can’t count on just purchasing products to ...

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Is Baking Powder Gluten-Free?

Question: Is Baking Powder Gluten-Free? Gluten-free baking recipes frequently call for “gluten-free” baking powder and some products are labeled “gluten-free.” Why is that? Learn what’s in baking powder and even make your own fresh gluten-free baking powder at home. Answer: No, not all brands of baking powder are gluten-free. Baking powder is made from baking soda, cream of tartar (a ...

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Coconut Butter and Coconut Oil – What’s the Difference?

I’ve only recently started using coconut butter in my raw foods recipes, but I’ve used coconut oil for years. It took me a while to figure out what the coconut butter hype was about, because I thought that coconut butter and coconut oil were the same thing. They are NOT. They are drastically different and yield different results when making raw ...

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Kitchen+Table Gluten-Free Pizza Dough

A good gluten-free pizza crust can be hard to find. Sure, there are a variety of options out there these days, but it can be difficult to find a brand that is decently priced but doesn’t taste like cardboard. I am happy to say that I have found a pizza dough mix that is reasonably priced, not too difficult to make, and ...

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How to Use Millet in Gluten-Free Recipes

Millets – Important Food Source Worldwide: The millets, a group of thousands of varieties of grass-like annual plants that bear small to miniscule-sized seeds belong to the Gramineae family of plants.Food anthropologists believe that millet was the first cereal plant domesticated by man. Today millet is considered the 6th most important grain crop in the world. The most common varieties ...

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Tips for Cooking On Your Own (A College Girl’s Perspective)

Today I am going to share with you some tips for cooking for yourself, that I have turned into habits. These tips are helpful for anyone, but are particularly useful for those gluten-free college/ graduate students that are just starting to cook for themselves. Hope this helps. Take advantage of your smart phone: I love to use my iPhone notes to make weekly ...

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Easy Gluten-Free Peppermint Bark Recipe

I may have. just discovered the BEST or the WORST thing ever. Did you know peppermint bark is one of the easiest things to make? Why didn’t I ever know this? I thought the fact that you had to melt then cool…then melt…then crack and sprinkle toppings on, meant that I would be running around screaming What’s the next step?! before the chocolate hardened, ...

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