Coconut Chicken Wraps
These fresh-tasting gluten-free wraps are a perfect way to breathe new life into your dinner routine.
Photo by Matthew Kadey Coconut Chicken Wraps These fresh-tasting gluten-free wraps are a perfect way to breathe new life into your dinner routine.
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  • Sourdough Pancakes

    Breakfast

    Gluten-free sourdough is possible. Cultured foods like this recipe are appealing due to their nutritional and digestive benefits. Plus, they can be made without yeast, xanthan gum or guar gum, a bonus for those who are intolerant to these items. Cooking with sourdough is rewarding....

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  • Gluten-Free Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Peaches

    Meals

    Grilled peaches are a delicious, savory accompaniment to grilled pork. Choose peaches that are ripe but still firm so they hold their shape once they’re cooked. If you eat dairy, a little goat cheese or feta crumbled over the peaches makes a lovely finish.

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  • Perfect Gluten-Free Layer Cake

    Dessert

    As its name suggests, this dessert is perfect, ready to decorate as a gluten-free birthday cake, layer with fresh fruit or top with your favorite frosting. Garnish with whipped cream and berries for a simple, yet elegant dessert. Or use it as a base for Fourth of July Cake. Cool...

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  • Gluten-Free English Muffins

    Bread

    Cornmeal helps create the distinctive crunch on the exterior of conventional gluten-free English muffins. This dough is sticky and hard to dust with cornmeal. Instead, sprinkle the rimmed baking sheet with cornmeal and then sprinkle more over the top of the risen dough rounds. When...

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  • Is There Gluten in Your Probiotics?

    As promised, we’re continuing to dig deeper into the issue of gluten contamination in probiotics. A lot of us with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity take probiotics for digestive health. Concerns were first raised after a small study presented in May 2015 at the annual Digestive Diseases Week meeting reported there may be trace amounts of gluten in some probiotics. In this study, researchers sampled 22 popular probiotic brands, including 15 that were labeled gluten-free. Half of them contained detectable amounts of gluten, with two brands containing more than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten, the threshold set by FDA for gluten-free labeling.

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    Here Comes the Bride:
    Inside an Allergy-Friendly Wedding Reception

    There comes a time in every couple’s life when you ask that important question: “Chocolate Mocha or Red Velvet?” Mulling what to serve 130 guests at my wedding, I’d picked up cupcakes from the local vegan bakery. Although egg- and dairy-free batter was a given at Sticky Fingers Bakery, their sugar artist was still working on a recipe for soy-free frosting that wouldn’t upset my stomach. I beheaded another cupcake, before taking a bite from the bottom.

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    A "Chef to Plate" Visit
    to The Melting Pot

    Posted May 28, 2015

    I’m always looking for what I can do to continue awareness for this disease beyond just the month of May during Celiac Disease Awareness Month. While re-reading the post I wrote a few weeks...

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