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Pure Mint Chip Ice Cream
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 31st, 2013 at 11:40 pm
If my kids had it their way, ice cream would be a food group, or an entire meal. And in the dog days of summer, I can hardly disagree. There is nothing quite as satisfying as its cold, creamy goodness, especially when it’s made from pure and fresh ingredients. In summer, we often find ourselves...
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So this happened.
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 26th, 2013 at 9:13 pm
I spent a good portion of Thursday crying. And even more of Friday. They were the kind of tears that sneak up on you. You are sure you have it all together. You have faced your demons and you are sure that you are A-OK. Then, BAM! Hello tears. Ugly, silent tears. At your desk. Over an email...
The Heat Wave – a gluten-free cocktail inspired by Austin, TX
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 22nd, 2013 at 8:58 pm
I mean, it is July. Days are just long enough and evenings fade from gold to grapefruit to navy. The air feels a little bit thicker, wrapping you up in the magic feelings of summertime. Those golden evenings are perfect for several things. Patio dinners. Book reading in the sunshine on the...
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There’s a New Gluten Free (+Dairy Free) Joint in Town
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 22nd, 2013 at 8:44 pm
I would love to apologize for this photo because I was all, “Let’s rip this open and EAT,” after I picked up some bowls of delish at ShopHouse, a brand new Southeast Asian joint that opened in my neighborhood. Didn’t take much time to set up a glossy shot of the rice noodle bowls you’re...
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Quinoa Tabbouleh
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 5th, 2013 at 9:21 pm
I looked at the weather map when I was reading the newspaper this morning and it was RED (meaning hot) practically all over the US of A. Summer is upon us and here in Cape Cod that means hot, muggy days and the occasional (blessed) thunderstorm. Nobody likes to heat up the kitchen in summer,...
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Dos and Don’ts of Gluten Free Travel
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted July 5th, 2013 at 9:04 pm
I’ve never been so happy to be at the grocery store. I’m back from my travels and the first thing I did was grab a cart and wander around the store gazing lovingly at fresh produce, dairy, the organic meat stuffs, and of course, the gluten-free snack aisle. I might have gone overboard as...
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What’s the Difference? Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, and Wheat Allergy
by G-Free Foodie Team, Posted June 27th, 2013 at 5:25 pm
What’s the difference between celiac disease, gluten intolerance, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy? We use “gluten intolerance” when referring to the entire category of gluten issues: celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy. Celiac Disease is an...
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The Curious Incident of Music in the Summertime
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 26th, 2013 at 8:34 pm
What do you do when life hands you a whole bag of lemons? (Really, this is not some thinly veiled metaphor for bad days, horrible dates or other woes, it is truly about an excess of lemons). You bake. When it hands you the metaphorical sort, you stop, gather up some friends and look towards...
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Dilly Salmon Salad on Cucumber Rounds
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 21st, 2013 at 9:01 pm
I do not love leftover fish. At all. In fact, it completely freaks me out. I don’t really know what my deal is, but perhaps it’s because I’m a late-in-life seafood lover. Growing up my mom never made it (allergies), so I didn’t realize I even liked fish until I was a young adult....
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Gluten Free Blueberry Boy Bait
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 20th, 2013 at 12:08 am
Every girl needs an arsenal of recipes to catch the boys. I mean, good looks alone might not be enough to keep them around, right? It’s a well-known fact that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach–and if you master this recipe, I guarantee you that the boys will come running,...
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Gluten-Free Pink Lemonade Pound Cake
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 17th, 2013 at 8:25 pm
Summer is upon us, people. Summer is upon us. While you could fill up your pitcher with delicious pink lemonade, why not consider making an entire gluten-free pound cake out of that nectar of the gods? I did! Yes, it was a two cake weekend at my house because, why not? And yes I did find...
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Beef Grades: No Mistakes With Steak
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 12th, 2013 at 8:24 pm
Where’s the beef? Tell that lady from the famous old school Wendy’s commercial that it’s right there, in the supermarket and on the restaurant menu. Just don’t make a mistake when buying or ordering. And yes, I did say “steak.” With summertime upon us, it is not only grilling season...
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Gluten-Free Los Angeles: Laurel Hardware
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted June 4th, 2013 at 9:09 pm
I just can’t stay away from the super hip restaurants. I feel like I’m somehow missing out on what everyone else is doing, and given that whole gluten thing already puts me in the uncool corner, I’M GONNA’ OWN THESE JOINTS. Or rather, go in and pray that I won’t leave in a hot run...
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Fitness Bracelet: Right For You?
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 29th, 2013 at 9:52 pm
The world of health and fitness is filled with trends. This diet or that diet, this exercise or that exercise. It seems that with every passing day, the key to optimal health and fitness is something different. And while most of these trends have no foundation and simply cannot replace a healthy...
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“Sweet Cravings”: Adventures In Writing My First Cookbook
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 29th, 2013 at 9:30 pm
This article was originally written for and is courtesy of The Tender Foodie, www.tenderfoodie.com, check out the original article here.  The Tender Foodie is a site for people with multiple allergies and sensitivities, including recipes and easy-to-understand articles about complex food...
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The Three Best Cures for Anything
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 28th, 2013 at 9:57 pm
There is an Irish proverb that says “A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures for anything.” My ancestors got that mostly right. Sure, there is nothing like curling up in your bed, wrapped in a comforter with squishy pillows to make you feel better. Bed is a great place to recover...
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Sweet & Hot Chicken Thighs
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 22nd, 2013 at 8:13 pm
When I am not baking (which, in preparation for this month’s gluten free ratio rally, I have been doing each night), I am usually cooking something delicious for dinner before I do things like design gluten free flour reference charts and illustrate children’s books. I saw chicken thighs...
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Chewing Your Way To Health And Happiness
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 22nd, 2013 at 7:54 pm
Start exercising. Stop smoking. Get more rest. Eat less sweets, salt, and saturated fat. Drink less alcohol. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Drink more water. These are all things that can lead to a healthier you. The bad news is that they’re not so easy to do and some of them border on downright...
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Luscious Lemon Tart
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 20th, 2013 at 8:25 pm
There was a time after my diagnoses with Celiac Disease where I was certain–certain–that good sweets were behind me. I cried. A lot. (Just ask my family). I cried for my Nana’s pancakes and shortbread cookies that would never cross my lips again. I cried for my favorite boxed spice cake...
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Bacon: Delicious, But Nutritious?
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 15th, 2013 at 8:34 pm
Mmmmmm, bacon. It is perhaps the perfect food. Salty, savory, fatty, sweet, and spicy (if it’s peppered), it hits just about every note on your palette with perfect pitch and flawless delivery. It’s no wonder America is absolutely downright head-over-heels obsessed with it… and that’s...
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New Hope for Diabetics?
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 10th, 2013 at 8:09 pm
To say diabetes is a major problem in today’s society would be the ultimate understatement. Diabetes is everywhere you look and almost everyone is either affected personally by it or knows someone who is. Type 1 diabetes, the condition in which the pancreas does not produce insulin, has been...
Getting to Know Gluten
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted May 1st, 2013 at 8:21 pm
It is something that an increasing number of Americans are avoiding like the plague. Relatively speaking, it has just burst onto the nutrition and health scene, transcending its nerdy nutrition textbook roots to become part of the American lexicon. Now almost everyone knows what it is, and...
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Snack it to me: Mango Lassi Trail Mix
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted April 29th, 2013 at 8:33 pm
After an interruption for surgery involving my spine, Snack It To Me is back. And it is back in a big way. I transferred to U of I as a junior, and was on my third college. (Apparently fashion design classes do not transfer to other schools as they do not apply to real world skills, so I went...
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It’s a Gluten-Free Basil Corn Muffin with Goat Cheese!
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted April 26th, 2013 at 8:59 pm
Yes, it is. Clearly, it’s been muffin week at my house. Which I highly recommend, btw. And the best way to end this muffin-o-rama is with this beaut. It’s a gluten-free basil corn muffin, then you stuff it with goat cheese. STUFF IT WITH GOAT CHEESE. And here I was just using butter this...
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Tempeh: G-Free and Meat-Free
by Gluten Free Advocates + Experts, Posted April 24th, 2013 at 8:27 pm
Meat is a wonderful thing. Ask any traditional omnivorous human being his or her opinion on meat, and chances are that they will tell you they can’t live without it. In a sense they’re right, we are all here in part because our ancestors had access to meat. Our very dental structure indicates...
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