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How to Travel Gluten Free

I’m on a number of gluten-free and celiac groups on Facebook and I’m always amazed at the number of questions people have around travel. Whether it is by plane or car, the same concerns pop up. They want to know how to travel gluten free. The problem is that the answer can vary based on […]

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Gluten Free Polenta Zucchini Lasagna

If you are craving lasagna and don’t have the time to cook lasagna noodles (regular or gluten-free), you can use a tube of pre-cooked polenta and raw zucchini slices to make this gluten-free polenta zucchini lasagna. This version of lasagna doesn’t include cheese either. If you are looking for a vegan cheese option, you can […]

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cashew cheese recipe

Cashew Cheese Recipe

If you eat dairy-free and soy-free like me, finding a cheese substitute can be challenging. A few years ago, I started experimenting with cashews as a cheese substitute. I finally created a cashew cheese recipe. Who knew?! Here’s the thing. It’s not the same. Nothing is the same as cheese and butter. I can create […]

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Easy Paleo Banana Bread

Banana bread and I go way back. When I first started my blog, I mastered a regular version. Then, after my daughter was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance, I created a gluten-free and dairy-free version. In the last few years, I’ve been eating less grains and refined sugar. Which lead me to create a really […]

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Gluten-Free Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

Some times when I cook, I look in the fridge for inspiration. On this particular day, I found rotisserie chicken, gluten-free egg noodles, and the ingredients for any soup: carrots, celery, and onion. Hmm, I thought, I wonder if I cooked the fresh noodles in chicken soup, maybe it would be similar to chicken and […]

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paleo crepe

Paleo crepes

If you are trying to cut back on your carbs and sugars, try this easy and delicious recipe for paleo crepes. They are great with fresh fruit, some jam, a slice of ham and cheese, or simply on their own. Think of them as a wrap or a replacement for bread. So what sets them […]

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How to make thick bone broth

Ooohh…doesn’t that look good?! If you’ve always wanted to know how to make thick bone broth, read on. It has taken me a few years to perfect it but now I know the secret (and don’t freak out): chicken feet. Necks are supposed to help as well but using the feet made a big difference […]

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10 Hidden Sources of Gluten

When people think of “gluten”, the protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, they usually think of the obvious foods like bread, pasta, crackers, cookies, etc. When you eat gluten-free, for whatever reason, you might be surprised to learn there are many places you might find gluten that you would not expect. Needless to say, […]

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Gluten Free Quiche with a Hash Brown Crust

Quiche is one of those things that is not easy to get gluten-free. Sure you can make it but you have to be pretty good with pastry. Rolling out the crust can be a bit intimidating! Why not make a gluten free quiche with a hash brown crust? It saves time and makes for something […]

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Braised Chicken with Prosciutto

It was my son’s birthday recently. When I asked what he wanted for dinner, he replied with “meat and mashed potatoes”. We were staying with friends so I needed to make something easy. The slow cooker came to mind. I poked around in their fridge and found some ingredients that looked promising. I had a vision […]

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