Gluten-Free Chocolate Breakfast Bread
Makes 12 Gluten-Free Slices
Gluten-Free Chocolate Breakfast Bread Gluten-Free Chocolate Breakfast Bread Makes 12 Gluten-Free Slices
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  • roast duck and cabbage

    Grains and dairy can be difficult to avoid this time of year. That's why we've brought you three festive, holiday-friendly Paleo-style meals to enjoy with company or on your own! Choose a roast duck, salmon, or steak dish - main sides included! To add more to your table, check out...

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  • squash, beets, collard greens

    Make your meal stand out with a variety of tasty side dishes that keep your dinner interesting and your guests asking for seconds. From colorful vegetable-based dishes to satisfying stuffings, these recipes are guaranteed to make every-one at the table happy.

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  • gluten free cherry pie

    Everyone comes to the table when pie is served! Let this delicious collection of pie recipes help you create a spectacular dessert course for all your holiday celebrations. Enjoy them plain or topped with fresh whipped cream or dairy-free topping of choice.

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  • Premade Gluten-Free Pies: Best of 2017

    We polled our readers about pie and over 1,200 responded. One reader said that she hadn’t had a slice in eight years because she couldn’t find a gluten-free pie that tasted like “real” pie. Over 70 percent told us they’ve never tried a premade gluten-free...

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  • Healing Herbs & Spices for the Gluten-Free Kitchen

    Spices have been part of ancient cuisines for a reason, Doherty says. Many pungent spices have gastrointestinal and antimicrobial properties. For instance, ginger helps fight inflammation and also acts as an immediate digestive aid for nausea. Oregano and basil have antifungal properties and can protect against infection. Herbs and spices offer a bevy of health benefits, agrees Bethany Doerfler, MS, RDN, clinical research dietitian in the division of gastroenterology at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago.

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    Adult-Onset Food Allergies

    It is not clear why some adults suddenly react to foods that they’ve been eating without incident their entire lives, says Sayantani (Tina) Sindher, MD, clinical assistant professor of allergy and immunology in the Department of Medicine, division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research at Stanford University. About 15 percent of adults with food allergies developed their condition after age 18, according to a 2014 study from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

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    Is Barley Gluten Free?

    Posted January 14, 2018

    We get a lot of letters into our Ask The Editor and Ask the Chef inbox! We also receive physical letters sent to our office throughout the year. One of the questions we are asked is, “Is...

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    New Year, New You - Or Is It?

    Posted January 8, 2018

    Every year we talk about "New Year, New You."  But does it have to be? I personally think you're great the way you are! But can we improve upon what we've got? Sure! Is the New Year a good...

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