Tiny B Brazilian Chocolates Review and Giveaway

There is an important place in the food industry for small businesses, businesses started in kitchens by passionate individuals. I love hearing such stories, and was please when Tiny B Chocolates (one such business) reached out to me to review their Brazilian Chocolates:┬áBrigadeiros. Tiny B: is about the happy love story between Renata, a beautiful Read More …

Canyon Bakehouse Review and Giveaway

Bread. As a kid I couldn’t get enough of my ‘specialty’ weekend breakfast of toast with cinnamon sugar and butter. As a college student I primarily ate sandwiches of turkey, american cheese, and ranch dressing almost every day. Bread has always been a staple, but after my Celiac Disease diagnosis it took a few years Read More …

Funny or Rude?: Ultra Spiritual Life Video on How to Become Gluten Intolerant

From legitimate discussions of Celiac Disease in prime time shows to rude jokes poking fun at someone with a wheat allergy on children’s networks; the gluten free lifestyle is all over the media. How the gluten free community takes these portrayals is often itself as polarized at the portrayals themselves, unless the mention appears to Read More …

Interview with Lexie Van Den Heuvel, Youth Founder of Cutting Costs for Celiacs

Social Media is a wonderful thing. If it weren’t for the global nature of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and all those other sites I wouldn’t be meeting members of the gluten free community who are geographically removed from the New York Area. One of those folks I recently had the pleasure of connected with through Instagram Read More …

Top Gluten Free Picks in Seattle Washington

For someone who has spent her entire life on the east coast of the United States I have a strange fascination with the other side of the country. I went to Vancouver at the end of college for a conference and was instantly hooked by the dense forests and the spot where the mountains meet Read More …

Potluck Dinner Club: Red Foods (bonus Vegan Strawberry Swirl Ice Cream Recipe)

Here’s another potluck for the books. Last month’s theme was red foods, one of the largest spectrum’s of color in the food world (and we included anything on the spectrum). It was partially in celebration of Valentine’s Day. It’s obviously a holiday forever connected to hearts, pinks, and reds which made decorating easy! We pulled Read More …

Gluten Free Anniversary: Six Lessons Learned

Do you celebrate your gluten free anniversary?┬áTo me it’s my second birthday, it’s the day I started to get my health back and returned to being ‘me’. That’s something to celebrate… Like many people starting a new month I woke up March 1st 2010 feeling like I’d turned a new leaf. The gluten was out Read More …

Gluten Free Diet Management when You’ve Lost a Loved One

You get the call, the call none of us want to get. Someone you love has passed away. Whether sudden or expected your world has been rocked. It is heart breaking, and I doubt the first thing on your mind is ‘What will I eat next?” You may not be hungry, you may not have Read More …