Whereas my son and I (both gf) usually have to do with less, or settle for not exactly what we would like when on vacation or out at a restaurant, when at the cabin we eat just as well, if not better, than everyone else (HINT: I do the packing).
HELP! I'm gluten-free and I need a college that can help feed me safely! At the Gluten-Free Teen Summit, sponsored by GIG, we learned from key speakers about how to choose and navigate a college safely, while gluten-free.
Many of the items we show in the magazine might not be available in your area - so how do you get your hands on these superior products? Online, of course! But we understand that you're hesitant about purchasing gluten-free foods online. Let's get you more comfortable with buying gluten-free foods online!
We recently sent a handful of bloggers a Taco Tuesday IN-HOME BOX PARTY KIT featuring Hatch Chile Company's NEW organic red enchilada sauce. There were no recipes, no requirements - just a box with Hatch Chile Company enchilada sauce, additional Hatch Chile Company products like green chiles and salsa, and friends!
We'd like to take a moment and share our love for one of our favorite brands, our sponsor MadeGood Foods! You may know them from their healthy granola - aiming to add more fiber into the diet, along with whole grains and dried fruit to make nutrient-dense snacks.
Thousands of attendees and almost 70 vendors joined the GFFA team (shown in this goofy picture) in Minneapolis last weekend to celebrate gluten-free living. Im still savoring some delicious memories from the Festliterally, because Im about to polish off a tasty cookie courtesy of Kakookies, a Fest vendor. This gluten-free treat (no dairy! no eggs!) is a re-imagined cookie, super-wholesome and made from simple ingredients. Perfectly packaged, it is a great travel companion. Three of these tasty cookies flew back home in my purse. Each cookie contains 4 grams of plant-based protein, enough to keep you full for a while.
When you're cooking a dish that calls for gluten-free soy sauce, it's typically going to be either a traditionally-brewed soy sauce made without wheat, or tamari sauce. While there are subtle differences in how tamari and gluten-free soy sauce are made and taste, the thing that matters is staying safe, and so many people use them interchangeably as condiment or in recipes.