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With Celiac Awareness Day nearly upon us, it seemed like a good time to reflect upon all the reasons why each of us should be spreading awareness about celiac disease. Information and a list of potential symptoms of celiac disease.
Blood, Sweat, Tears & 700 Pounds of Frosting Later … Gluten-Free Food Labeling Regulations are Here!
Congratulations to all of those who supported the 1in133.org endeavor, donated to the cause, spread the news and signed our petition. It truly was a community effort we can all be proud of. So pat yourself on the back the next time you are shopping and see a gluten-free label — we can now look forward to knowing what that means!
It’s that time of year for resolutions and for looking forward, but what about looking back at all the great things that 2012 brought? I’d like to share “a few of my favorite things” from this past year, gluten-free of course.
Take the time yourself to find a restaurant like Cedar near you for your special occasions, or one you can patronize regularly. You will be rewarded with amazing, safe meals, and the restaurant will be rewarded for attending to your and others’ dietary needs. You deserve a night out once in awhile – take it with confidence and enjoy the treat of someone else in the kitchen for a change!
Eggs help make your baked goods smooth and creamy, light, fluffy and moist. So how do you replace gluten AND eggs in your recipes? Read on!
In honor of moms everywhere, I’ve teamed up with Le Creuset to offer a Cherry Red Baking Set to one lucky winner just in time for Mother’s Day! Watch my video to hear all about it!
If you have a special gluten-free someone on your holiday list, you’ll want to check my list of fantastic gift ideas!
A reader alerted me this week that Kraft Foods’ Good Seasons Italian Dressing now contains
Particularly in 2011- the year the FDA finally moved forward to establish regulations setting standards for gluten-free food labeling – we should all take time to educate friends, family, restaurants, retailers, doctors, teachers … about celiac disease and the importance of truly gluten-free foods for those of us who live gluten-free. Oh, and let’s celebrate with a contest!!!
Of course living gluten-free is more challenging than living without any food restrictions whatsoever, but I had to adopt a new level of cooking creativity for the multiple days we were without power.
A review of the latest and greatest in gluten-free granolas and bars! Grab a pen and paper and get shopping! You’ll love these great new products!