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cheese puffs  thinkstock/istock/bonchan Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Puffs Quick and easy to prepare, these gluten free puffs are crispy on the outside and chewy-gooey-cheesy on the inside.
Photography by Benko Photographics Spinach Ricotta Gnocchi Traditionally made from potatoes, this recipe is a delicate version of an old classic. It can be made with egg replacement.
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  • Gluten Free Hearty Pancakes

    Breakfast

    Enjoy these nutritious gluten free pancakes and get more out of breakfast. Serve them warm with pure maple syrup or fruit. or best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

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  • Spinach Ricotta Gnocchi

    Meals

    Making gnocchi was my favorite job as a child. Rolling the dough into little pear-shaped balls and dropping them into bubbling water was as much fun as eating them.

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  • Tres Leches Cake

    Dessert

    Tres Leches (“Three Milks”) Cake is the perfect dessert to top off a Mexican feast. This moist cake bakes up like a dream. As it cools and absorbs three types of milk, it transforms into an amazing sponge cake.

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  • Piadina

    Bread

    Hailing from Italy’s northern region of Emilia-Romagna, piadina was traditionally cooked on a terracotta dish. Today, it’s prepared in a cast iron or nonstick skillet.

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  • Gluten Sensitivity Part 3

    You may have heard that gluten sensitivity—also known as non-celiac gluten sensitivity—can cause digestive problems. But gluten sensitivity, like celiac disease, has also been tied to serious neurological problems, such as migraines, numbness and tingling in fingers or toes, clumsiness and balance issues. Mood disorders like depression and anxiety have been reported, too.

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    Rachelle Lefevre

    It’s hard not to notice Rachelle Lefevre. Her tumbling mass of red hair, light-up smile and warm, animated personality fill the room. The Montreal-born actress got her breakthrough role in 1991 in the Canadian TV series, Big Wolf on Campus. Small parts followed, including Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, a film directed by George Clooney. She starred in the Genie Award-winning movie, Barney’s Version, and then in two of the popular Twilight films, where she played evil vampire, Victoria Sutherland. The 35-year-old actress recently talked with Gluten Free & More about food and her dietary issues.

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    How Will You #TalkTellTest?

    Posted April 23, 2015

    A few days ago, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness launched their SERIOUSLY, CELIAC DISEASE campaign. This is a research-tested (yes, tested) education campaign for initiating...

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    How Food Turned Me Into a Disney Lover

    Posted April 15, 2015

    Disney World made gluten-free news again recently with the launch of Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC (formerly BabyCakes), in Downtown Disney Marketplace, and the subsequent article in Huffington Post....

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    Columbus GFFAFest Twitter Party

    Posted April 7, 2015

    Come join the party! You’re invited to a Twitter Party on Monday April 20th with Gluten Free & More Magazine/Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest!

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