New Gluten-Free Products Set to Hit Store Shelves

Summer is upon us and that means many of new gluten-free products that debuted at Expo West and other food shows are about to hit store shelves. Back in March I attended Expo West and wrote about those gluten-free products I thought were unique (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4); however, the list Read more…

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P.F. Chang's expands its gluten-free menu

P.F. Chang’s is once again adding items to its gluten-free menu.  Seven gluten-free options will be added to their gluten-free menu starting on April 2nd, which will make 25 tantalizing sides, salads and main dishes available for order. The gluten-free menu at P.F. Chang’s is quite popular with the gluten-free community.  Their attention to cross Read more…

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38th Annual Gluten-free Health and Wellness Experience in Seattle June 16th

The Gluten Intolerance Group is having their Gluten-Free Health and Wellness Experience at the DoubleTree Hotel in Seattle on June 16th.  The Experience combines expert speakers, gluten-free exhibitors, free health screenings and more to help attendees learn how to live a healthy, balanced gluten-free life. Registration starts at $15 per person and includes admission to all of the events. Topics Read more…

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Finding gluten-free cuisine is a breeze in Las Vegas

For the last two years my husband and I have enjoyed going to Las Vegas for a getaway.  We like it there because there is gambling, shopping, shows and of course wonderful food.  Those food options include an abundance of gluten-free cuisine. While there in December 2011 we enjoyed two gourmet dinners with a plethora Read more…

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NBC's segment on gluten-free diet gets it right

It is not often I watch a news segment on Celiac Disease/Gluten-Free Diet where I don’t want to cringe, but Friday’s segment on The Today Show by Joy Bauer gave viewers great information on how to determine who needs to ‘go gluten free’. The segment started with Joy defining Celiac Disease as a serious autoimmune disease Read more…

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Gluten-free Fat Tuesday

Before moving down to the South I had no experience celebrating Mardi Gras.  I had to do a little research to find out that Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday.  As with many holidays, this celebration involves eating rich, fatty foods (not allowed during Lent), so research for gluten-free options for the most well-known Read more…

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Savor South America in gluten-free style

Have you ever wanted to travel to exotic places, but didn’t feel comfortable doing so when you are on a gluten-free diet? I was diagnosed with Celiac disease more than a decade ago and have never been afraid to travel in the U.S., but I’ve always felt daunted about traveling abroad where English is not Read more…

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Amy's is adding new gluten-free products to their line-up

I have been a fan of the gluten-free products from Amy’s Kitchen for more than a decade.  Their line of gluten-free convenience foods, prepared meals, pizzas, wraps and desserts can always be found in my freezer. We like knowing we are eating quality food that is made with organic ingredients that are GMO free and Read more…

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Product Review: Canyon Bakehouse's Colorado Caraway bread

I was lucky enough to receive a sample of Canyon Bakehouse’s new Colorado Caraway bread.  It has been a very long journey, but I feel I have finally found the perfect gluten-free rye bread. Colorado Caraway is a combination of caraway seed and a unique sourdough starter that create a traditional rye bread flavor. The Read more…

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