Alice Waters, chef, author, and proprietor of the pioneering restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, is a leader of the movement that believes that cooking fresh food hinges on the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients that are produced sustainably and locally. Cooking fresh food is one way you can eat healthy if you are on a gluten […]
Oh, the holidays! It’s the most wonderful time of the year … but if you have food intolerances, it can also be a pretty scary time of year. Will I eat something that will The post Digesting the Holidays with Body Ecology appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Does a gluten-free diet have any effect on cardiovascular risk in people with celiac disease? Does it effect people without celiac disease? So far, both questions have remained unanswered. Recently, a team of researchers set out to conduct a systematic review to shed some light on the matter. The team was led by Michael D.E. […]
With blazing progress in 3D printing technology, the future of numerous fields from house building to cake-making and, yes, cooking, is literally being written, or printed, before our very eyes. Food is definitely one of those arenas that will see major influence for 3d printing. In the future, more and more kitchens will come with […]
This Gluten Free Oyster Chowder with Corn and Quinoa Recipe uses quinoa as a thickener and for added protein. Enjoy a filling bowl of seafood this holiday! The post Gluten Free Oyster Chowder with Corn and Quinoa Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
You’ve probably seen smoothie bowls all over Instagram and Pinterest, but these aren’t just eye candy – they’re actually really good and really simple. Thicker than a regular smoothie and served in a bowl, this delicious and nutritious dish is like The post Gluten Free Sunbutter and Chocolate Smoothie Bowl Recipe appeared first on Simply […]
I love Asian food but unfortunately, it’s not often safe for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity to eat at Asian restaurants. Most soy sauces contain gluten and MSG sometimes contains gluten, too. So, to be on the safe side The post Gluten Free Street Noodles Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Celiac disease is a genetically determined disorder in which affected individuals show an intolerance to ingested gluten (Food Safety Authority of Ireland [FSAI]). It is an inheritable, life-long disease and is characterized by an inflammatory reaction to dietary gluten in the human small intestine. The special feature of the disease is a flattening of intestinal […]
Although I’m not your mother, I am a mother. And that means I occasionally get the urge to lecture someone – anyone! Today, that someone is you (it’s because I care). Have you been eating your daily recommended servings of vegetables? No? I didn’t think so. I can tell by the way you’re The post […]
A Miami teenager has created what may be the nation’s first kosher gluten-free food bank. Diagnosed with celiac disease at just 7 years old, Aaron Kredi has worked to help numerous newly diagnosed celiac children in South Florida as they switch to gluten-free food. When he started working with the Jewish Community Services Kosher Food […]
Still have leftover turkey in the fridge? This Gluten Free Turkey Mole Enchiladas recipe is a fantastic way to turn it into a satisfying dinner, rather than eating microwaved turkey for the second night The post Gluten Free Turkey Mole Enchiladas Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Do you have an emergency survival kit at home should disaster strike? Does that include drinking water and gluten-free provisions for at least a few days? The fallout from the latest string of disasters still looms over parts of America; over Houston, Florida and neighboring states devastated by Hurricanes and by resulting floods; and over […]
Thanksgiving is a time of family, friendship, gratitude, and the celebration of abundance. It is also a time of tradition. In our family, the tradition extends beyond dinner. Every year, each member of the family participates The post Happy Thanksgiving appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Add a little something different to your holiday table this year with these sweet and spicy Gluten Free Mini Mexican Chocolate Bundt Cakes. Sure, you may want to stick with a more traditional The post Gluten Free Mini Mexican Chocolate Bundt Cakes Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
If you’ve been gluten free for a little while, chances are you’re familiar with various gluten free grains. Grains like quinoa, sorghum, and millet may not have been in your pantry – or your vocabulary – until you The post Little Northern Bakehouse’s Millet Bread appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Quinoa is regarded as safe for people with celiac disease. For many years, some celiac support groups listed quinoa as unsafe due to cross-contamination concerns. But any grain is unsafe for celiacs if it is contaminated with wheat, rye or barley. Some grains have a higher risk of such contamination, others have a low risk. […]
It’s time to start talking turkey! Turkey can make or break Thanksgiving dinner. Over the years, I have played around with the best way to get a beautifully browned, juicy turkey. I discovered that brining and proper roasting and basting techniques are The post Gluten Free Herb Brined Roasted Turkey appeared first on Simply Gluten […]
I love meals that only dirty up a couple dishes, like this Gluten Free Skillet Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe. All it takes is a mixing bowl and a cast iron skillet, making The post Gluten Free Skillet Spaghetti and Meatballs Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
I love French toast but I don’t always love making it. Standing over the stove, watching to make sure the bread doesn’t burn, flipping it one piece at a time, and repeating for each serving. It’s fine if it’s just for you and another person, but if you want to feed The post Gluten Free […]