Why are Simple Mills crackers a must-have item for your gluten free pantry? Because they’re delicious and free of ingredients many celiacs find problematic![Read more…] about Simple Mills Crackers–A Gluten Free Pantry Must-Have!
Gluten Free Reviews
If you’re in search of tasty, cheesy alternatives, give Miyoko’s cheese wheel a try. I fell in love at first bite! I was also able to buy it at my regular grocery store, which is always a plus.[Read more…] about Miyoko’s Cheese Wheel – A Delicious Cheese Alternative
Are Plant Snacks chips an appetizing replacement for corn chips? When I realized I was inadvertently ruining my health with corn, I went on a crusade for a chip replacement.[Read more…] about Plant Snacks Chips–An Appetizing Replacement for Corn Chips?
One of the things I miss most being celiac is cheese, specifically cream cheese. One of my favorite meals used to be a delicious bagel and cream cheese with sliced green olives on top. Ahhh, memories….[Read more…] about Kite Hill Cream Cheese Style Spread – A Tasty Alternative?
Over the years I’ve tried a plethora of cheese alternative items–I honestly think I’ve tried almost all of them. But they always fall short and they all have some ingredients that aren’t ideal.
We’re heading into the holiday season! It’s that wonderful time of the year that’s filled with delicious comfort foods, plenty of excuses to eat said comfort foods, and cold weather that totally merits wearing sweat pants. Which brings us to yacon syrup.
Are you on a grain free diet? Are you unable to use almond flour due to a nut allergy? Are you looking for gluten free flours that make fluffy baked goods? If so, green banana flour may be a great option for you!
The Nima gluten sensor is a portable gluten sensor that tests food for trace amounts of gluten. It’s the first technology of its kind. I’ve had my Nima gluten sensor for almost a year now, and honestly, I think it’s an amazing tool!
Burtons Grill and Bar is a godsend. I’ve gotten sick so many times at restaurants, I rarely eat out anymore unless the entire restaurant is gluten free. It’s not worth the hassle and the risk to my health.
If I do try to eat out, I usually spend a ton of time interrogating the staff until they’re thoroughly annoyed with me, and until I’m pretty confident they have no idea how to prepare a celiac-safe meal.
We all know sugar, dairy, and grains are rough on a celiac’s system, even when they’re gluten free. However, I have to indulge once in a while so I can feel human, and that indulgence includes cookies! If you’re stronger than I am, and can adhere to a clean diet all the time, my hat goes off to you.