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
gluten free products
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.
Seriously! Tallow balm is amazing stuff!! After using this on my face for a few days, I couldn’t believe how fantastic my skin looked. It’s like a magic age eraser–my skin looked not only smoother and clearer, but so much more vital!
And if you have oily skin, keep reading, you can enjoy this product as well (and trust me when I say that–this is coming from someone with oily skin who can’t even use coconut oil or essential oils on my face because they make me break out!).
GLUTEN FREE PIZZA
One of the things I miss most since going gluten free is a delicious pizza. I decided to review four brands you can find in most grocery stores.
Guys, Paqui chips are fantastic. The word “paqui” is Aztec and means “to be happy” which accurately describes my mood every time I eat them! I don’t think I can express my enjoyment better than this reviewer on the Paqui website, so I’ll just quote him.
“I came home and my lovely girlfriend said she tried ‘those chips’ and they were ‘pretty good’. I tried the glorious triangles of tastebud pornography and I’m currently leaving her for calling them ‘those chips’.
THE SEARCH FOR GOOD ALFREDO SAUCE
Since I reviewed delicious gluten free pasta a couple of weeks ago, I thought it only fitting that I review gluten free, dairy free alfredo sauce! I picked Victoria Vegan and spent the week eating copious amounts of fettuccine (the sacrifices I make!).
GLUTEN FREE PASTA DISAPPOINTMENT
Have you tried cooking gluten free pasta? I did for a while and then I gave up, resigned to an inferior pasta experience for the remainder of my days. The pasta would cook unevenly, fall apart, and sometimes congeal into a giant, starchy lump.
I struggle tremendously with dairy. Most celiacs have some degree of dairy sensitivity or intolerance. For me it’s a love-hate relationship. I love dairy, especially butter, but it hates me (like REALLY hates me).