If you’re brand new to living gluten-free, you might want to stick with foods that are naturally gluten-free: fruits, vegetables, beef, chicken, fish, potatoes, rice, nuts and seeds, beans, eggs, dairy, and more (of course, if you are sensitive or allergic to any of those foods, stay away from those, too!). Soon enough, though, you may find yourself ready to … [Read More...]
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Other than because my children demand that I get out of bed to make them breakfast (how are they always hungry?), I get up in the morning with the sole purpose of removing one phrase from the lexicon:
Good For Gluten-Free
Oh my word.
How is it that, with gluten-free coming out of our ears these days, we still hear … [Read More...]
Humble Gluten-Free Flour Beginnings
In 2004, when I first started baking gluten-free, I was a grateful disciple of Bette Hagman, the Gluten-Free Gourmet. I pored over her books, trying desperately to understand enough to enable me to bake something—anything—familiar for my very young, very hungry gluten-free son.
Bette’s many cookbooks were among the very first to make gluten-free baking even … [Read More...]
If you’re new to gluten-free, then you might need a hug. Losing gluten, something you might never have known you even had in the first place, can be traumatic. Suddenly, gluten seems like the stuff dreams are made of.