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The beauty of tea

The beauty of tea
There are few things in life more comforting than a cuppa. There are few things in life less comforting than painful, stiff joints. So it isn’t...

Review (& Giveaway) of soon-to-be-released book by actress, celiac advocate, bakery owner: Jennifer Esposito

Review (& Giveaway) of soon-to-be-released book by actress, celiac advocate, bakery owner: Jennifer Esposito
Read our recent review (& enter giveaway) of Jennifer Esposito's new book (Giveaway ends: April 1, 2014)   http://celiaccorner.com/celiac-gluten-free-blog/jennifers-way-my-journey-with-celiac-disease-what-doctors-dont-tell-you-and-how-you-can-learn-to-live-again-book-giveaway/#.Uzmmx_ldV-6  

Food for your achey bits

Food for your achey bits
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Can Children Overcome Food Allergies?

Can Children Overcome Food Allergies?
Of the eight most common food allergies found in children; milk, eggs, wheat and soy allergies are the easiest to outgrow. Some children are fortunate enough to...

"I Gave Up Martinis" & Other Mistakes an Allergic Foodie Admits

At the risk of losing a few readers who rely on me for gluten-free and allergy-friendly wisdom, today I'm coming clean. Ready? An Allergic Foodie has...

Sometimes, Things Are Just Hard...

Sometimes, Things Are Just Hard...
Ok, so this is where I get really frustrated. And maybe no one will have any idea what I'm talking about, but hopefully you'll at least...

What Does the Box Say? - Comparing Gluten-Free and Non-Gluten-Free Marketing Claims

What Does the Box Say? - Comparing Gluten-Free and Non-Gluten-Free Marketing Claims
We've all heard statements like these about gluten-free food: "The gluten-free products market is experiencing a double-digit growth" and "They are considered healthier than conventional products (source: PRWeb.com). It's...

Nutrient-Density: The Way To Make Every Calorie Count!

Nutrient-Density: The Way To Make Every Calorie Count!
Major food chains are adopting food scoring systems to help their customers pick nutrient-dense foods, but some seem to be causing more confusion than clarity. Whole...

Should I do a Gluten Challenge

Should I do a Gluten Challenge
  The issue of a gluten challenge is a controversial one. Some doctors recommend that if you are feeling better on a gluten free diet you...

What Grocery Shopping Looks Like for a Family of Four GF/CornFree

Today we're talking about the basics. For those of you just starting out gluten free you're probably seeing a TON of products entering the market. They're all labeled gluten free. When you read the labels they look kind of bad for you sometimes. Truth is a ton of packaged gluten free items are really not that great for you. They're loaded with extra salt, sugar and fat to make up for the interesting textures and flavors some of the flours can impart.

The best way to avoid all of this is to cook at home from scratch. You'll also not miss the over inflated prices of 90% of the packaged gluten free items out there shortly after going this route. You would be shocked just how many foods are naturally gluten free, and just how many things you can do with those foods. Nearly every recipes we make on this site will be with these basic staple foods. Done about a million different ways!

Today I'll share what a basic shopping list looks like for me. Now, obviously we have a few packaged gluten and corn free foods we like to pick up for additional snacking. I'm not including those. I'm showing you my basics I buy for a family for four for 1 week.

Tips for Living a Gluten-Free, Vegetarian & Vegan Lifestyle!

Check out our recent guest post on living with gluten-intolerance as well as being vegetarian / vegan. Hopefully you will find the tips helpful!  Here is...