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  • 10 things that aren't vegan
    January 17, 2017

    A lot of folks in new year are resolving to stick to Meatless Mondays or Veganuary or maybe even going all in with veganism as a new lifestyle. Going Vegan — especially when you’re already gluten free — can be trickier than you might think, but it’s certainly possible. Vegan diets, when done right, are extremely

  • 2017-in-gluten-free-pancakes
    January 1, 2017

    If you are not feeling as happy, healthy and as energetic as you would like — even on a gluten free diet — the new year is a good time to assess where you are in your gluten free lifestyle and how you can do better. And by doing better, I mean eating for better

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  • gluten free cookie mix in jars - gfJules
    December 8, 2016

    Finding gluten free gifts for foodie friends shouldn’t be any harder than for anyone else, and it’s that time of year again, so I’m here to help! I don’t know about you, but the holidays have really snuck up on me this year – I’m woefully behind on my shopping already, and I know I’ll

  • 2016 Gluten Free Cookie Swap
    November 25, 2016

    Welcome to the 6th Annual Gluten Free Cookie Swap! Here are the TOP 3 COOKIE WINNERS! (click cookie names below for recipes) #1: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies from Debbi Landsberger #2: Almond Spritz Cookies from Stacy Shaffer #3: Peppermint Snickerdoodles from Amanda Kanashiro  I’ve invited some of my favorite brands and companies to contribute

  • cow - lactose intolerance
    November 2, 2016

    Explanations for why dairy can cause health problems for some people, along with some delicious dietary solutions!

  • wonder woman lunch box
    August 15, 2016

    Ah, the ever popular topic of what to pack in a gluten free lunchbox. As we gear up for the school year ahead, the idea of having to fill that gluten free lunch box every day can be daunting, but I have lots of ideas to help! Big kids, little kids, for school or work, these

  • backtoschoolebookcover
    August 2, 2016

    August has arrived, and with it, the waning days of summer. That can only mean one thing: school is just around the corner!  For children who eat gluten free for medical reasons like celiac disease, and those with other dietary restrictions like food allergies, going back to school gluten free can also mean potentially difficult,

  • tourdefrance
    July 20, 2016

    It’s all over the news of late: professional gluten-free athletes turning in amazing performances and crediting a gluten-free diet for improvements to their games. Who’s doing it, why and whether every athlete should.

  • EZ Tofu Press on plate
    June 21, 2016

    If you’ve followed my recipe blog for awhile or read any of my cookbooks, you know that my family and I enjoy tofu on a regular basis as one of our primary sources of protein. I use it in everything from tofu tacos (a once a week meal in our house, and my daughter’s favorite

  • Gluten Free Certification Seals gfJules.com
    June 4, 2016

    Shopping for safe gluten free products should have gotten easier after the FDA’s gluten free food labeling rule became final in 2014. As a celiac, I believe it has actually become harder. I just returned from speaking at a great event called The Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference in Denver, Colorado. One of the sessions at

  • celiac word cloud
    June 1, 2016

    If you are living gluten free, you are probably aware that May is Celiac Awareness Month. And unless you’ve been on an extended vacation, you have surely seen the uptick in “news” stories about the gluten free diet during May. The media has covered every angle: the incredible market potential for gluten-free products; how supposedly easy

  • gluten free teasing
    May 26, 2016

    We’ve all heard of celiac disease and gluten intolerance, but have you heard about the newest gluten free fad: Gluten Intolerance Intolerance?! “Gluten Free is just a Fad.” “If you aren’t diagnosed with celiac by a doctor, you’re making it up.” “If you’re gluten-free, you might have an eating disorder.” (Before you yell at me