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  Gluten Free Thai At Home: Larb

One of our favorite, favorite restaurants back in Birmingham was a local Thai restaurant called Surin. Unfortunately, finding gluten free Thai fare (or any GF Asian food at all) can be difficult. That’s not...

  Lose Weight, Improve Energy Levels, and Feel Great: Three Variations On The Standard Gluten Free Diet

There’s often a lot of confusion about starting a gluten free diet. Most people, when they’re interested in eating gluten free, look up “gluten”, find out that’s it’s contained in...

  Three Things You Should Think About Before You Host Your Next Dinner Party

It will be no surprise to anyone reading this that being a gluten free guest in someone else’s home could easily be compared to a minefield. This minefield extends beyond the food to the relationship between...

  Do I Have To Proof My Yeast When I’m Making Bread Using a Gluten Free Bread Mix?

Hi Mary:
I just read your post making my own gluten free bread mix. I’m a little confused. You say that we can put the 2.5 c of flour mix in a qt size bag. Then you say we add the xanthum gum, sugar and...

  Is Chicken Gluten Free? Finding Gluten Free Meats and Beans

Trying to make gluten-free versions of meals that normally contain wheat flour, or another source of gluten, is time-consuming. Personally, it’s not the sort of thing that I generally want to tackle during the...

  10 Ways to Accidentally Gluten Yourself at Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is full of gluten-filled landmines. If this is your first Thanksgiving on a gluten free diet, you might not realize the challenge that awaits you. Read this list and make sure you’re ready to stay...

  Why You Should Use Be Measuring Your Gluten Free Recipes By Weight

When you open up a cookbook or get a recipe off of the internet, how do you know that it will work? How do you know that the brownie recipe that you’re about to make will be a brownie, and not a chocolate...

  Gluten Free Bread Experiments: Free Form

Loaf #7: Gluten Free, Soy Free, Corn Free Trial #4:
So, the best laid plans all fail when you realize that it’s 2:30 and that you need to be out of the house, with bread in hand, by 5:00. I had planned...

  Gluten Free Bread Experiments: Sunken In and a Little Flat


Loaf #5 – Gluten Free, Corn Free, Soy Free
Perfecting gluten free baking ofter requires several trials. The first two pictures are trial #3 of my new gluten free, soy free, corn free sandwich...

  Gluten Free Bread Experiments – A Loaf of Gluten Free Bread Every Day

Let me give you a brief sketch of what life is like right now.  John and I both work at home. He works on his internet marketing business in the morning. I work on Gluten Free Cooking School in the afternoon. Except...

  My Gluten Free Flour Mix Actually Has Nutritional Value!

I get a lot of questions from readers who are concerned about the nutritional value and glycemic load of gluten free flour mixes.  If there is one item of nutritional data that most Americans know, its that you...

  Gluten Free Cookie Baking Tips

Cookie baking seems like it should be simple. You just have to take the cookie dough out of the freezer and plop it on a baking sheet, right?
Baking cookies from scratch is not quite so simple. Here are some...

  Grocery Shopping for Your Gluten Free Diet – Week One

This is the second post in a series on Starting the Gluten Free Diet. Click here for a list of the other posts in the series. To make sure that you get all of the posts in the series sign up for free email updates...

  What to Eat on a Gluten Free Diet – Week One

The hardest part of the gluten free diet is probably when you realize that wheat is in almost every processed food imaginable. So don't think about that now! Give yourself a week to mourn the fact that you can't buy...

  Getting Started on a Gluten Free Diet

Hello all,
This week a commenter mentioned that she was developing several celiac disease symptoms and asked for advice on starting a gluten free diet, so I’ve decided to use her questions as an impetus...

  Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour Mixes

I’ve gotten several questions about flour mixes lately, so I threw together this post that summarizes a lot of information that’s currently spread around my blog in various places. If you have any...

  Your Gluten Free Bread Baking Questions Answered

Answers to the most common questions about baking gluten free bread.

  Two Minutes to Homemade Bread

Making homemade bread is easy when you have a stash of homemade bread mix in the freezer. Follow along as I make a stash of my favorite gluten free bread mix.

  The End of Chinese Takeout Cravings: Yummy, Yummy, Eggrolls

Any time your husband uses the phrase “pink foam” to describe part of the meal you just served him, you know it’s not a good night. So, tonight’s supper will not be making it into a post any...

  The Linguistic Challenges of Slicing an Avocado

When I posted my recipe for Black Olive Hummus I mentioned that I love hummus sandwiches with sliced avocado, tomato and lettuce. Amy B asked how one should go about slicing an avocado, so I took a few pictures to...

  How to Use Bean Flours

I broach this topic knowing three things:
1. Most Americans would shudder at the idea  of eating beans on a regular basis and thus, do not know how to cook beans.
2. Beans have a bad reputation and are...

  Rolling out Flour Tortillas (Gluten Free Tortillas, At That)

Rolling out dough, particularly into a circular shape, is a learned skill. I was reminded of this a few weeks ago when John tried his hand at making tortillas. At approximately 11:30 on a Tuesday morning I received...

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