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Recommends: Good It’s Gluten Free

Takeout is one of the toughest parts about being gluten-free. Depending on the city you live in, there are likely to be very few places you can grab safe, gluten-free takeout from. Menu items like fried chicken and other breaded items like Asian-style fried chicken (chicken katsu) are out of the question at most restaurants. […]

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Recommends: Andean Dream

My favorite gluten-free pastas are those that are a mix of rice and corn or rice and quinoa. They stay together much better than rice-only pastas and provide that nice al dente texture I love. Andean Dream is a brand of gluten-free, Certified Organic pasta made from rice and quinoa. Their pastas come in different […]

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Recommends: Paleovalley

I’ve been an on-again off-again grain-free-dieter, depending on my health needs at any given time. That coupled with avoiding processed foods and refined sugars can really help a variety of health concerns. While I myself am not a fully Paleo dieter, I do see the many benefits in it and I particularly enjoy using products […]

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Recommends: Coconut Bliss

Here in Florida, ice cream might as well be its own food group. It’s a staple in most households because we need to cool off about 360 days a year (the other 5 are the winter days). That said, many ice creams are full of dairy (obviously), gluten (think cookies and cream), artificial colors and […]

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Recommends: Odd Bagel

There’s a new bagel in town and it’s an odd one. It’s called Odd Bagel, and it was given that name for a reason … it’s not your typical bagel! But in a good way. Odd Bagel makes bagels that are not just gluten-free but also free from the top 8 allergens, which is good […]

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Recommends: Mrs. Bickel’s

As is common with many gluten-free companies, Mrs. Bickel’s Gluten Free Bakery was created by a family of celiacs. After a celiac diagnosis in 1982, founder Katy began looking for gluten-free alternatives to her favorite baked goods. The 80s was certainly lacking in gluten-free selections, so Katy started baking her own. The rest is delicious […]

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Recommends: Dare Foods/Breton Crackers

Crackers have come a long way since I first went gluten-free more than 25 years ago. These days, it’s not only rare but completely unacceptable to bite into a gluten-free cracker that tastes anything less than what a conventional cracker would taste like. That might be a bold statement, but frankly, I think that’s the […]

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Recommends: Montana Gluten Free

Montana Gluten Free is a company I’ve recently tried and I have to say, I’m so impressed! You really get a sense of pride from their products, and a sense of quality and attention to detail. Their standards include ELISA testing at less than 3 ppm of gluten, carefully monitored fields, dedicated equipment, and a […]

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Recommends: Isibisi

Gluten-free pasta has come quite a long way since I first went gluten-free more than 25 years ago. What used to be a crumbly mess eventually became tolerable and over the years it evolved into what it is today – a perfect alternative to wheat-based pasta. There are so many varieties made with all different […]

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Steiner’s Coffee Cake of New York

There’s nothing quite like a coffee cake to bring a smile to your face, whether it’s for a weekend brunch with friends or family or just to treat yourself to a special breakfast or dessert. Steiner’s Coffee Cake of New York is fantastic! Authentic, real ingredients like real vanilla, sour cream, butter, sugar, eggs, and […]