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Live purely: I am a purely elizabeth Ambassador

That’s right, kids. Way back in 2009, the year I started GFF, I reviewed a muffin mix from a new company called purely elizabeth.  At that time, purely was brand new to the scene, the gluten free food “trend” was just starting to take off, and there were very few companies that were attempting to […]

Guest post: Party Time with Gluten Free Treats-Eight wheat-free snacks to sass up your party table

Today’s post comes from Rachel Barnard, a writer for Apron Addicts. When you throw a party, do a few different types of crackers and an assortment of cheeses sum up your party snacks? As a person who suffers from Celiac disease, I’m often faced with an inedible plate of wheat crackers at parties that I […]

Chocolate Chia Coconut Super Nutritious Protein Pudding (gluten free, and other free stuff)

Chia pudding has been all over teh interwebz for a while now. I’ve seen lots of recipes, tried a few, but never felt compelled to post about it.  Now, I do.  I have found my ultimate chia pudding. (Granted, a large part of this delay is due to the fact that I finally bought the […]

Fueling Options for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

As many of you know, I’ve gone back to my endurance athlete ways. I played around with being a figure athlete for a while, when I wasn’t “allowed” to ride due to the complexity and fragility of the surgical repairs to my knees, but when I was cleared by my orthopedist to return to road […]

Celiac Awareness Month 2012-KISS it, and then Spread the Bread. No, really.

Yes, I know. Once again I am behind the 8 ball, here it is May 9th and I am only just now mentioning Celiac Awareness Month.  My bad. But, the good folks over at the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness were way more on the ball than me, thank goodness.  I’ve done some work with […]

Healthier Gluten Free Chocolate Donut Hole Recipe. Seriously.

As per usual, I’m behind on getting this post out there.  I actually made these for Easter breakfast. For whatever reason, I wanted to make donut holes.  And not just any donut holes, I wanted these to be a healthier choice, with better ingredients.  Granted, they still have their fair share of calories, but nutrition […]

Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

Ignite Naturals Reload Gel Review, and DIY Energy Gel for the Gluten Free Endurance Athlete

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!As a cyclist, I eat my fair share of portable, hopefully non-meltable food. In my post on fueling the gluten free endurance athlete, I outlined some options that I have tried myself.  I have a new gel that I’ve used since, […]

How to Get Your Husband to Eat More Veggies (also, the story of the Blendtec)

How to Get Your Husband to Eat More Veggies (also, the story of the Blendtec)

I have waxed philosophic about how awesome my husband is on multiple occasions. He is truly an incredible individual and the perfect partner for me.  Now, neither of us are perfect, but we are perfect partners. Having said that, he does not eat nearly enough vegetables.  Recently, a colleague of his was telling him that he started […]

Getting Out of Your Own Way aka You Can Do Much More than You Think

(Thank you, Sean.  Post today inspired by a friend asking me a question this morning.) As some of you may know, I’m back on the road bike. “What a long, strange trip it’s been…” Although I have been an active, athletic person most of my life (although a clumsy one, I cannot lie) I have […]

"In My Gluten Free Kitchen" video, and NOW Foods Ambassador!

“In My Gluten Free Kitchen” video, and NOW Foods Ambassador!

There are a couple of cool things to share today! Firstly, my friend Wendy who writes the excellent gluten free blog “Celiacs in the House”  has been doing a series of posts called “In My Gluten Free Kitchen.” Today, you can find a video of MY gluten free kitchen as well as a video from Lillian […]

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