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Bob's Red Mill

The Man Behind the Mill

Bob Moore has become an icon in the natural foods arena. His avuncular face, now familiar on grocery shelves, smiles serenely from every Bob’s Red Mill package. His trim white beard, flat cap, red vest and bolo tie have a comforting throwback look. And the company’s products—many of them gluten-free—are full of whole-grain deliciousness.
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Gluten in Your Medications

The risk is low. Here’s how to manage it. You may be extremely diligent about avoiding all sources of gluten—but what about gluten in your...
is cream cheese gluten free

Is Cream Cheese Gluten Free?

Don’t worry—you can still have your breakfast staple on a gluten-free diet. Cream cheese is gluten free and gluten-free bagel options are plenty. A frequent...
Amy's Kitchen

Amy’s Kitchen: Keeping Organic Convenience Food A Family Business

Amy’s Kitchen focuses on organic, non-GMO foods—mostly vegetarian, mostly frozen, many allergy-friendly. The foods still have a handmade touch—burritos and enchiladas are hand-rolled; pizza crusts and tortillas are hand-stretched; pizza toppings are placed by hand.
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Tips for GF Sugar Cookie Success

Making GF sugar cookies can be challenging, so use these tips for rolling out and cutting out cookie dough or for making drop cookies. For...
gluten free lemon meringue pie recipe

Making Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie

Use these tips and our revised recipe to make delicious gluten-free lemon meringue pie. Recently, as we were updating content on Gluten Free & More’s...

Edward & Sons Trading Company: Convenience Without Compromise

Edward & Sons has become a market leader in supplying products to the special diet-community. Recent innovations include Edward & Sons Organic Young Jackfruit (a vegan meatless alternative) and Let’s Do Organic Sweetened Condensed Coconut Milk (a dairy-free alternative). The company is developing versatile grain-free flours, rolling out products like Let’s Do Organic Green Banana Flour.

Food Allergy Parents are Not Helicopter Parents

As a parent of a child with celiac disease or food allergies, it always pays to be thorough. And even if you are thorough, mistakes, unfortunately, can still happen. That’s why a food allergy parent should never be called a helicopter parent - hovering is a necessary part of our job.

Gluten-Free Travel Tips: Renting an Apartment or House

Looking to plan some fall or holiday gluten-free travel? Whether you’re going close or far, there are several tips that will help make the trip easier and cheaper, starting with your choice of accommodations. Instead of booking a hotel room, consider renting an apartment or house through Airbnb or VRBO.

Gluten-Free Labeling in Argentina

In Argentina, gluten-free is referred to in a few different ways. Packaged foods will bear the label “sin T.A.C.C.,” which stands for “sin trigo, avena, centeno y cebada,” or “without wheat, oats, rye and barley.” The logo, a bold crossed-out wheat image with the words “sin T.A.C.C.,” is prominent on a lot of packaged foods from dulce de leche (delectable caramel sauce) to sugar packets.

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Pesto Potato Salad

Vegan Pesto Potato Salad

  Help! There’s a Vegan in My House! Keep everyone in your house happy and well fed with this delicious recipe. Potato salad gets an herbaceous makeover...
Celiac Disease and Cancer

Cancer & Celiac Disease

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