Feb/Mar 2014

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Living Without's Favorites: Sweet Treats

A thriving and dedicated gluten-free bakery in the Chicago area, Sweet Ali’s is the pride and joy of Ali Graeme. After both she and her teenage son were diagnosed with celiac disease, Graeme vowed to pursue her baking passion with some pretty sweet results. The bakery offers a wide variety of goodies available online ($2 to $12), including brownies, snickerdoodles, pound cakes, hot dog buns and hamburger buns.   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Elegant Offerings

Boston-area residents come to Dorset Café in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, for elegant afternoon tea and gluten-free goodies. But now you can get the organic European café’s award-winning gluten-free desserts neatly packaged and shipped to you from their certified gluten-free bakery. (All prices include shipping.) Indulge in divine lemon cheesecake tortes topped with homemade lemon curd.   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Dark and Delicious

Allergy-free baking takes a turn to the dark side with Enjoy Life Foods’ new Dark Chocolate Morsels ($5.59). These rich-tasting chocolate chips contain 69 percent cacao, with only two ingredients: unsweetened chocolate and cane sugar. Made in a dedicated nut-free facility, this premium chocolate is free of the top eight allergens and also contains no sesame, sulfites, GMOs or artificial ingredients.   More...

Living Without's Favorites: Get Some Culture

Kombucha, a fermented tea beverage, is said to improve wellness and promote longevity. While its health benefits are revered, its tart, tingly taste may take some getting used to. Enter a new player with fizz-bang flavor. Live, raw and organic, Reed’s Culture Club Kombucha ($3.65) is made from organic oolong and yerba mate teas and organic fruit and spices.   More...