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Men At Work: An EASY Gluten Free Breakfast Even A Dad Can Make

Men at work An easy gluten free breakfast

I have turned the blog over to my hubby for a post or two, and this is his first entry in our Gluten Free 101 series.  Ladies, you might want to print this post and place it in a strategic location in your home! GF Dad here, sharing some thoughts on keeping it simple and […]

Gluten Free 101: “Breakfast in Minute Casserole” (okay, so it’s more like an hour…but who’s counting when there’s cheese and ham involved?)

Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole

Disclaimer: Yes, that would be a Christmas plate you see in the photo above.  I’m not the most punctual person in the world.  (It ain’t always easy being gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and egg-free…and homeschooling…on top of just being a mom and everything else!). With the weekend coming up, I thought I would kick off the […]

Getting Back to Gluten Free Basics for the month of February and a (very late) Menu Plan

Gluten Free Menu Plan

  Sorry my weekly menu plan is going up so late, I was thrown off schedule this weekend by planning for the Gluten Free Super Bowl party I hosted at my house yesterday.  I wish I could say I watched some of the game, but a more pressing matter arose when my sister (who was […]

Gluten Free Super Bowl Recipe Round Up: The Good, The Bad and the Downright Sinful!

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It’s that time of the year again when men across the country become infatuated with other men in tight pants who are apparently the best butt-slapping, man-wrestling, concussion-causing, chemically amped up participants in a “game” organized by a corporation league that extracts 9 billion dollars a year from the US economy. For the rest of […]

Gluten Free Menu Plan – Week of January 30

Gluten Free Menu Plan

Before I share this week’s menu plan, I’d like to share some fun gluten free highlights from this past week. Have you been following along with Wendy’s fun (and functional) blog series called “In My Gluten-Free Kitchen” over at Celiacs in the House?  If not, I definitely recommend you check it out.  Every Friday in […]

Wax On, Wax Off…Heidi’s Thoughts on Finding Balance

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  Finding balance.  In my opinion, that is such a loaded phrase. Think about it, break it apart.  “Finding.”  This means, by definition, that you have been searching for something, a place or state of being that you have not been able to locate.  And when you arrive at your destination, it presents itself as […]

The Science Behind Antibodies and How They Detect Gluten Proteins in Food

Where's Waldo

  Today’s post on gluten proteins and antibodies is brought to you by Emily of GlutenTox Home.  In case you missed Emily’s first post here on Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom, you can check that out here.   In my head, gluten looks like Waldo.  Really.  I imagine lots of microscopic men in glasses […]

Curious about Probiotics? Sign Up Today for a FREE Teleseminar with Dr. Daniel Leffler and Shelley Case to learn more

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Join Daniel Leffler, MD, MS of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Shelley Case, RD on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 8pm ET for an informative teleseminar on the role of probiotics in GI health.  Click here to register today, it FREE! Incoming search terms:best gluten free probiotic (3)best gluten free probiotics (3)gluten free and […]

Reconstructing Goldfish Crackers: Gluten Free Style

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I cannot think of another processed food that has become more embedded in the minds of children than Pepperidge Farms’ Goldfish Crackers.  While they are not only just naturally entertaining in design (brilliant marketing if you ask me), they are the perfect size for kindergarten age fingers to expertly handle while they learn to count, […]

On the Outside Looking In: Gluten Free, Family, Holidays and Heartbreak

On the Outside Looking In: Gluten Free, Families and Heathbreak

With the Christmas quickly upon us, I thought today would be the perfect time to answer the following question by one of my wonderful readers…about being on the gluten free diet, dealing with family and fitting in to society (this question was originally posted on my Facebook page). Do any other GF moms (I have Celiac […]