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Chrystal Carver, Author of “Sweet & Simple Gluten-Free Baking; Irresistible Classics in 10 ingredients or less!” is the recipe developer and writer behind glutenfreepalate.com. She comes from a family with a history of cooking and baking, and has been an avid baker since she was little. Chrystal started developing gluten-free recipes in 2009 when her daughters both tested positive for Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance (NCGI). Chrystal believes that baking gluten free should not require extravagant ingredients or complicated steps. With her background in problem solving and design for usability, she started converting everyday gluten-containing classics to easy family friendly gluten-free recipes. You can connect with Chrystal on Facebook, Twitter, and at http://www.glutenfreepalate.com.

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Recent Blog Articles

Thanksgiving Central:
Your Gluten-Free Holiday Headquarters

If you're getting ready to host a holiday dinner for a group that includes gluten-free friends or family members, don't panic. Instead, pull together the perfect Thanksgiving menu.

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The Pitfalls of Celiac Testing:
How to Avoid Them

Posted by Christine Boyd on November 23, 2015

Testing for celiac disease involves two main steps—blood tests followed by an intestinal biopsy. However, the process isn’t always straightforward. Questions, confusion, and even misdiagnosis happen all too often. Here’s how to avoid common testing pitfalls.

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Three Simple Quinoa Recipes For A Busy Schedule

Posted by Cindy Gordon on November 18, 2015

Quinoa is quickly rising in popularity in the food world. This little grain (which is actually a seed!) is considered to provide many healthy benefits and packs quite the punch when it comes to its overall nutrient wealth. While quinoa is cooked and served like a grain - quinoa overcomes where other grains lack. Quinoa serves as a complete protein source. Cooking quinoa is much simpler than you might think - almost as easy as rice! 

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The Myers Way Diet: One Editor’s Experience in Trying It Out

Posted by Christine Boyd on November 16, 2015

Gluten Free & More Health Editor Christine Boyd, after interviewing physician and author Amy Myers, M.D., reports on her own four-week trial run on “The Myers Way Diet.” Here's how it went for her.

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Celiac Teen Open to
Whole Gluten-Free World

Posted by C.J. Williams on November 3, 2015

Being gluten-free is a great opportunity to experience the abundance of variety, new cuisines, and cooking techniques, and the freedom to be flexible. Author C.J. Williams has made her own celiac diagnosis “a gymnast’s tumble,” as she says, “instead of a bone-breaking free-fall.” Williams writes a blog (see below) to explore travel and celiac-safe restaurants around the world, to discuss the joys of whole foods and whole life, and to promote the idea of building…

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Indianapolis #GFFAFest: What You Might Have Missed!

Posted by Pam Jordan on October 29, 2015

Did you get a chance to attend the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest (GFFAFest) in Indy this past weekend? Don't worry if you didn't, because our blogger team is here to fill you in!

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Autumn Into Winter:
15 More Jules Shepard Fall Recipe Favorites

Posted by Jules Shepard on October 25, 2015

Post-harvest days are ideal for cooking with seasonal fruits and vegetables, from apples and cranberries to pumpkin and butternut squash. Give our batch of 15 creative recipes a try.

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The Best Gluten-Free Pancake Mixes

Posted by Chrystal Carver on October 22, 2015

Those with food allergies can still enjoy delicious and fluffy make gluten-free, allergen-friendly pancakes. Start with the gluten-free mixes our author cites here.

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Movie Night! Got Your Gluten-Free Popcorn Ready?

Posted by Erica Dermer on October 18, 2015

There’s nothing that goes together quite as perfectly as movie night and popcorn. And those of us who eat a gluten-free diet are always on the lookout for popcorn that hits the spot. Fortunately, I discovered Lesser Evil brand Buddha Bowl popcorn varieties on a shelf at my local Whole Foods. It's perfect for those nights when you want to open a new bag, relax on the couch, and turn on a great movie or series.

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