Gluten Free on a Budget – Tips and Cornmeal Pancake Recipe

Looking for tips on how to make gluten free work on a budget? Here are a few tips, and a recipe for inexpensive, tasty, cornmeal pancakes. Continue reading

Gluten Free Meal Planning Resources That Are Absolutely Free! - knowgluten.me

Gluten Free Meal Planning Resources That Are Absolutely Free

When you first go gluten free, it can be a struggle to just figure out what to eat. At the end of a busy day, making dinner can seem almost impossible. No more throwing a frozen lasagna into the oven or whipping up some hamburger helper. Even if you regularly made a fancy dinner from scratch, it can be a challenge to find new recipes. Thankfully there are some amazing resources out there to help you plan your gluten free meals, and they’re all absolutely free!

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The Gluten Free School Lunch Challenge, Gluten free Bread

Gluten Free School Lunch Challenge – Gluten Free Bread

At one time, gluten free bread was only edible toasted and then loaded down with things that might kill the taste. Continue reading
Should I do a gluten challenge

Should I do a Gluten Challenge?

The issue of a gluten challenge is a controversial one. Some doctors recommend that if you are feeling better on a gluten free diet you do a gluten challenge in order to be tested for celiac disease. What is a gluten challenge and is it right for you? Discuss this with a medical professional you trust. Continue reading
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Gluten Free School Lunch Challenge – Chocolate Chip Cookies

Over the next few weeks, kids in most of the northern hemisphere will be ending their summer breaks and heading back to school. For some, especially those with food restrictions, this means packing a lunch. The Know Gluten Kid’s Panel set out to determine which products are worth packing. This week they tested Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies. Continue reading
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Your Favorite Gluten Free Bloggers Share – Tips for Dining Out Safely

Dining out while gluten free can be very stressful. At least it’s stressful for me. Scouring the internet for gluten-friendly restaurants, grilling the waitress when ordering, inspecting the plate for any signs of crumbs or stray noodles (it’s happened!) and still getting sick from something that happened in the kitchen that I had no control over. Stressful.
Is it stressful for you? Thankfully, there are quite a few of us traveling on this gluten free road and the load gets a little lighter when we can share information. Here are some of my tips and some tips and posts from other gluten free friends that you’ll find helpful when eating out. Continue reading
Gluten Free is now 20ppm, What the new FDA ruling means for you - from knowgluten.me

Twenty Parts Per Million – What the FDA Gluten Free Ruling Means for You

The new FDA ruling is out. A product can be labeled gluten free if it contains fewer than twenty parts per million gluten.
What does this mean for someone with Celiac Disease or Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity?
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