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Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

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Did anyone else happen to see the Dr. Oz show yesterday?  Dr. Oz had a segment titled “Three Dangerous Food Toxins,” where he highlighted the levels of Mercury, Bisphenol-A (or BPA) and pesticides in our foods.  The show cited a recent study that estimates, “90% of us have measurable levels of BPA in our blood […]

Gluten-Free Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

Gluten Free Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

  Print Gluten-Free Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup Rating: 51 Prep Time: 5 minutes Use one full batch of this recipe for each can of condensed cream of chicken soup called for in your recipe.Ingredients1 cup Gluten Free Magic Mix 1/4 tsp. Onion Powder 3/4 cup canned Chicken Liquid (if not using canned chicken, use GF […]

Gluten-Free Condensed Mushroom Soup Recipe

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I found this recipe by accident really.  I was researching what condensed soups really are (in order to have a starting point for improving the condensed soup recipes that I had used in the past), and a Google Search took me to a YouTube video showing Crystal Godfrey of Everyday Food Storage (see the video […]

Gluten-Free Magic Mix for Making Condensed Soups

Gluten-Free, Magic Mix, Condensed Soup, Recipe, Thanksgiving

This recipe is the base for making gluten-free condensed soups that taste much better than the canned stuff you remember. If you are new to my blog and are looking for a good condensed soup recipe to use in your favorite casserole recipes, you have really got to try this!  I found the recipe a […]

Sausage and Bean Ragout

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I made this “soup” the other night and was very impressed, especially by how my children gobbled it up even with the “green” stuff (spinach) in it.  Sam totally embraces new foods and he really likes knowing when a food is good for him. Luke on the other hand, is a tougher nut to crack.  […]

Better Batter Gluten-Free Flour Tortillas

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I’ve already posted one recipe for gluten-free flour tortillas (from Living Without Magazine) that are really good, only the day after they are made.  Fresh off the griddle, they are not all that bendable, but after storing them in a Ziploc bag overnight they soften right up and work really well. Then I met my […]

Flourless Flax Seed Pancakes

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My buddy Mary did it again!  Mary emailed me a link to a recipe she found on Recipezaar for Flourless Flax Seed Pancakes, very intriguing as they are naturally gluten-free and super healthy (with the heavy cream substitution of course)! So, in order to make these, I needed a few ingredients.  The recipe calls for […]

Corn-Free Light “Corn” Syrup

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So you may be asking why on earth am I making a post on this, especially since we do not have a corn allergy in our house. Well, I am making this post for a few reasons: 1) The documentary King Corn flipped me out. If you are interested, check out the film’s trailer below. […]

Gluten Free Dinner Rolls

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I am finally taking a moment to breath and catch up on some posts! A few weeks ago, I received a complimentary 2.5 lb. sample of Better Batter Gluten-Free All-Purpose flour to review. A quick bit of info on Better Batter: the ingredients are: Rice and Brown Rice Flours, Tapioca Starch, Potato Starch, Potato Flour, […]

Tomato-Free Marinara Sauce

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This is such a cool recipe! I have not made it in a few years, in fact I forgot about until I made a post and referenced a disease called Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EE). Sam used to have a playmate with EE and I got the opportunity to play around with different combinations of foods that […]