Gluten-Free Apple Kugel
This recipe takes away the refined white flour for a delicious, cake-like treat that won’t weigh so heavily once eaten.
Photography by Simone Miller and Jennifer Robins Gluten-Free Apple Kugel This recipe takes away the refined white flour for a delicious, cake-like treat that won’t weigh so heavily once eaten.
Photography by MATTHEW KADEY Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Hash Waffles These gluten-free waffles take hash browns up a notch, making them dinner-worthy.
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    Breakfast

    Keep this gluten-free waffle recipe in your back pocket. Featuring millet flour, warm blueberries and lemon zest, it will become your go-to breakfast. Top with maple syrup or dollops of thick yogurt. To keep gluten-free blueberry waffles from drying out, use the lower heat setting...

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  • All-American Gluten-Free Hamburger

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    Here’s the ultimate classic All-American Gluten-Free Hamburger for backyard grilling. Serve with condiments of choice and your favorite special sauces.

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  • Gluten-Free Margarita Cheesecake

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    This festive gluten-free margarita cheesecake is sure to boost your spirits. Light and not too sweet, it’s the perfect cool finish to a late-summer meal. Slice and serve it cold with a dollop of whipped cream, a scoop of ice cream or a sprinkle of fresh berries.

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  • Gluten-Free Challah

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    Nothing smells better than a challah baking. This soft, warm gluten-free bread is traditionally served for Jewish Shabbat dinner but after you taste this warm buttery loaf, you’ll find excuses to make it often. If you prefer the look of traditional braided challah, use a...

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    Inflammation is a natural part of our body’s defenses. It’s necessary for repairing damage caused by injuries ranging from insect bites and infections to toxins and burns. Classic signs of acute inflammation include heat, redness, swelling and potential loss of function in the area affected. Eventually, through a complex array of chemicals and immune cells that jump into action, acute inflammation helps repair the injury, allowing the symptoms to recede.

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    Laura Waldo needed a quiet place to protect him and to start over. She wanted a clean slate, both nutritionally and environmentally. They contracted to build a house as free from potential allergens as possible, not even allowing the construction workers to eat gluten on the job site. No gluten would ever be present in this house—not in food, shampoo, lotion or anything else over which they had control.

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