Talking to Your Relatives About Celiac: Holiday Edition

Posted On: December 24, 2014

Ah, the holidays. They’re a time for warmth, togetherness, good food, and great conversation. There’s nothing we love more, truly. But in addition to all the swelling of hearts and brimming of good cheer, there’s a more sinister sentiment brewing… Silly questions from skeptical relatives about your so-called “gluten-free lifestyle,” typically accompanied by a healthy […]

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Crock Pot Cooking: A Recipe For A Happy Gluten-Free Winter

Posted On: December 5, 2014

Let’s be honest: when you aren’t swept up by holiday parties, fresh snow, crackling fires, and feeling awesome in your new knit hat, winter is kind of a bummer. There. We said it. After the sun sets at 3pm and you trek home in the cold dark to an even colder, darker kitchen (who knew […]

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Thanksgiving Leftovers: Gluten-Free Edition

Posted On: November 19, 2014

Ah, the Thanksgiving feast. After the last drop of gravy is mopped up with forkfuls of mashed potatoes and every lingering speck of marshmallow-topped yam is herded onto determined spoons, you recline full-to-bursting, top pant button undone, languishing and wondering – as we all do – what you’re going to eat tomorrow. It’s the great […]

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Winter Is Coming: Gluten-Free Indoor Fun

Posted On: November 5, 2014

Ah, pumpkin patch season has passed and if you’re like us, you’ve probably begun to notice that in addition to the cold and the rain of early winter, the sun has begun setting at, oh, noon or so. It’s tough to find ways to have fun when it’s not quite wintry enough for snowy play […]

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Halloween 2014: Frightfully Delicious

Posted On: October 17, 2014

It’s that time of year. The leaves are changing. The air is cooling. And all around us porches are filling with hay bales and jack-o-lanterns. It’s a magical time, Halloween. But the scariest part of this spooktacular holiday shouldn’t be whether or not the treats you eat will make you sick. So, how to have […]

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Seasonal Produce: A Celiac’s Best Friend

Posted On: October 6, 2014

Buying seasonal produce is tricky. In a world where things are technically available fresh year round, how does one really know what’s “in season” and what’s being grown out of season? There is a slew of benefits – from economic to nutritional – to making sure what you put on your shopping list is what’s […]

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Back to School

Posted On: September 22, 2014

It’s that time. New school supplies, new clothes, new classmates, new teachers, new everything! New doesn’t necessarily mean better, but when it comes to lunch and nutrition, there’s always room for improvement. What are your kids bringing to school for lunch? Is it as healthy as you’d like it to be? Is it making your […]

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Celebrating The End of Summer: Gluten-Free Camping

Posted On: September 5, 2014

Celebrating The End of Summer: Gluten-Free Camping Summer is ending, school is starting, and time to capture the fading warmth of the sunny season is fleeting as fall’s chill comes rolling in… We don’t know about you, but it sounds like a final summer camping trip is in order! So as with any camping trip, […]

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Gluten-Free & Back To School

Posted On: August 12, 2014

As the summer months wane and a return to school is clear on the horizon, many of you parents are probably pondering how to send your school-age young one back into the messy, pasta necklace-ridden environment of the elementary classroom without derailing a medically necessary gluten-free diet. Whew! We hear ya. Whether you’re a parent […]

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Going Gluten-Free at the Airport

Posted On: July 15, 2014

Going Gluten-Free at the Airport Anyone with a long history (or a short one, for that matter) with celiac and gluten-intolerance is prone to outward cringing whenever the topic of airport food is brought up. When air travel can mean being stuck for 6, 12, even 24 hours in airports and cramped, airborne fuselages with […]

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