Gluten-Free Related Articles & Blog Posts

  • three measuring cups of gluten-free grains, stacked on top of each other

    6 Gluten Free Kid Friendly Lunch Ideas and Cross Contamination Tips

    Raising nearly a handful of kids, two of which have a gluten intolerance, I have learned a few tricks along the way. Lunch time is a crazy time in our home, as I’m sure it is in yours. Today, I’m sharing a few precautionary cross contamination measures we take in our home and 6 easy […]

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  • Toddler on the floor, having a tantrum

    Raising Generation Gluten Free: 5 Things Every Parent Should Know

    I still remember like it was yesterday – the day I self-diagnosed our daughter with a gluten intolerance. After years of terrible tantrums, night waking tantrums, self-inflicting pain moments, weight loss and drama of the bowels – I finally had my answer. Gluten. The straw that broke the camels’ back was a 3+ hour tantrum […]

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  • Dr. Alan Greene discussing how to get the most from gluten-free

    Get the Goods on Gluten-Free

    There’s been lots of news (and a good deal of misinformation) about gluten, and in particular the benefits of gluten-free products. As with fat-free, sugar-free, sodium-free, etc. almost always something highly processed is replacing what is being substituted. Many gluten-free products are no exception to this rule. If you have celiac disease, be sure to […]

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  • Pepper Walnut Spread Recipe

    Pepper Walnut Spread Recipe

    Here is a recipe kids love to make and are surprised at how much they like the taste! It is a simple appetizer that they can take ownership of serving to guests upon arrival before a holiday meal. Cooks’ notes:

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  • Decadent Vegan Truffles

    Decadent Vegan Truffles Recipe

    Make these delicious chocolate truffles for your holiday party and watch them disappear faster than you can say “Happy New Year!” These decadent morsels are a great example of how dessert doesn’t have to be

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  • Cool summer salad of ancient grains, pine nuts, and veggies make a delicious, nutritious  side dish

    Mediterranean Quinoa Recipe

    Cook nutrient-dense quinoa until it’s light and fluffy, dress it with lemon juice and olive oil and then add these Mediterranean treasures: fresh mint and parsley, toasted pine nuts, feta cheese. Recipe reprinted with permission from Feeding the Whole Family (third edition) by Cynthia Lair (Sasquatch Books, 2008). Inspired by a recipe by a student […]

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  • Just four ingredients combine to form a tasty, velvety sauce that has intriguing hints of sweetness and spice.

    Coconut Chile Sauce

    For a change of pace, substitute 1/2 tablespoon Thai red curry paste for the chile paste. This velvety sauce partners beautifully with Coconut-Crusted Salmon or with grilled fish or scallops.

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  • Coconut Chickpea Soup Recipe

    Coconut Chickpea Soup

    I recently ordered a delicious chick pea soup at a favorite restaurant. Chickpea soup. How come I’d never thought of that?! (Have you?)

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  • Fabulous Fudgy Chocolate Tart Recipe

    Fabulous Fudgy Chocolate Tart Recipe

    This recipe only uses five ingredients and is gluten free, raw, vegan, and organic. Honestly, you can’t even tell it’s raw. The filling is so incredibly fudgy and thick that it could suffice as a dessert all on its own. Now, when the temperatures are in the triple digits you can

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  • Acorn-Squash-with-Cranberry-Apple-Stuffing

    Acorn Squash with Cranberry Apple Stuffing

    Some days I need a little inspiration. I knew that I would be baking squash for our Shabbat dinner tonight. And I knew it would have some delicious dried cranberries in it. I just wasn’t entirely sure what form it would all take.

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