Gluten Senstivity – Who Should Be Tested?

There is a great degree of confusion regarding individuals who should be screened for gluten sensitivity/intolerance. Because research has shown that as many as 40% of all Americans may be gluten sensitive, and that 1 in 100 have a severe form of this sensitivity causing the the autoimmune intestinal disease, celiac sprue, a case can Read more…

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Celiac Awareness Day at G-Free Foodie

May is Celiac Awareness Month, but September 13th is Celiac Awareness Day – courtesy of the Celiac Sprue Assn & in honor of  Dr. Samuel Gee’s Birthday.  Gee was an English physician and pediatrician who established the modern medical study of celiac disease. In 1887, he gave the first modern description of this disease in Read more…

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KC's Summer Tomato Update

Lots-a-Love to my Tomato fans! Here’s my late summer update on this year’s heirloom crop, and a list of what I planted: 1884: Starting to produce pinky-red fruit, I think he needs more sun Amana Orange: This late season heirloom beefsteak is named for Amana, Iowa.  It’s been producing slightly smaller fruit than I expected, Read more…

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Back to School Giveaway from Katz Gluten Free!

We love the folks at Katz Gluten Free – their Gluten, Dairy & Nut Free baked goods are baked in a Certified Gluten Free facility, & while they make some standards: bread, rolls, cookies, etc., it’s the Gluten Free Finds we can’t get anyplace else that we LOVE!  G-Free Rugelech, Kugel, Oat Challah Bread, Honey Read more…

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Reflections on a Gluten Free Birthday

As you get older, you’re supposed to get wiser – at least that’s what they say.  And my forehead is beginning to look like Mother Nature + Father Time are taking a tap dancing class up there, so I’ve got the older part covered – I’m working on the wiser part every day. My birthday Read more…

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