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*This is SCD legal and works for a Paleo diet, too, depending on your choice of oil. You might be thinking, “Why in the world would you make something you can easily buy at any grocery store?” Because: It doesn’t have soy, high fructose corn syrup, or sugar. It tastes yummy. It’s easy to make […]

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The last few posts have been food for thought.  This one is actual food…Chinese food…the first really good Chinese I’ve had since going gluten-free!  Doesn’t it look yummy?   Yummers! While I should have documented the whole thing with more pictures, this was a last-minute dinner idea.  You know.  One of those where you open […]

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Depending on the diet you follow, this gluten-free, grain-free, low-carb, simple to make pizza crust can be a perfect addition for flavor and menu variety. Pros The crust has the consistency and texture of a regular crust (which surprised me!) Gluten-free Grain-free Simple to make with easy to buy ingredients It flipped very easily (that’s […]

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It’s a holiday weekend here which means that I’m trying to figure out what food to make for parties.  There will be four of us on Monday who can’t have gluten, but I’m feeling like avoiding, “What’s that?” and other similar questions.  So even though they’re usually a big hit when people try them, I’m […]

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I’ll be back next week with more on the healing series…I’m doing a bit of cleaning with the blogs so this post is just a move from the personal blog.  Since the SuperBowl isn’t far away, I also thought some of you with allergies might be looking for an alternative dip.  A reader wrote in […]

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Ravioli This is one of the higher carb recipes you’ll see on this site, but I made these for a holiday party and they turned out so well that it is worth sharing. Dough For the pasta dough, I used Heidi’s recipe (Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom) with only minor variations and it worked beautifully!  […]

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Spice It Up!

We explored the importance of cooking in the last article and at least some of you expressed interest in learning more about spices and seasonings.  I’m going to group the spices under general “types” of foods.  While some types are left out, I did so only because I have less experience with them. As always, […]

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For the Cabbage: 1 large onion ¾ head of green cabbage, shredded or chopped 1 clove of garlic 1 tbsp of olive or coconut oil Water as needed Salt and pepper to taste (I use Real Salt) 1 c. of fresh spinach A few cherry tomatoes for topping Directions… Put the oil in a sauté […]

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I am gluten-intolerant.  For me it isn’t a fad, a personal dietary choice, or something I am trying.  It isn’t ok if I get a bit of it here or there or eat it in moderation.  If I eat gluten, even if it is only residue left on the grill from previous gluten-containing seasoning, I […]

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