Why is Celiac Disease Awareness Important?

Today marks the start of Celiac Disease Awareness Month and while I have a slew of giveaways coming up through out the month (to be posted every Wednesday) I want to first talk about: Awareness We talk about it a lot this day and age. We’re told at defensive driving to ‘Be aware of our 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 …

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 …

The Importance of Slow Moments

Yesterday, before the hustle and bustle of the Thanksgiving weekend commenced, I woke up earlier than I needed, started the tea kettle, and slipped on my rain boots. Ice crystals were still on the patio table, and the world was just shaking awake on an uncharacteristically warm November morning as I went and opened up Read More …

Guaranteed Gluten Free: We’re Taking Control of Our Food

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you may have noticed some photos of the new additions to our ‘homestead’ over the past two or so weeks. Most notably, you may be following along with my attainment of some wonderful chickens, and the slow growth of our garden project for this year. But where Read More …

Introducing Glutino’s Gluten Free Gurus

As you may have noticed in my most recent Glutino Product Review I’ve partnered with the company as a part of their Very Important Gluten-Free Blogging Community (VIGFB) Campaign. As part of this, I’ll be sharing not only my own product reviews of their goodies but also other information pertaining to gluten free living.  February for Glutino marks the release Read More …

Kalustyan’s: A Great Way to Spice Things Up

If there is anything I have too much of it’s probably spices and seasonings. See, I have a 2 foot deep by 1.5 foot wide shelf dedicated entirely to spices and seasoning, this doesn’t include sauces and marinade which go with the canned goods. There’s a three tier rack in the back of that shelf, Read More …