Gluten-Free Parsnips Pasta with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

Gluten-Free Parsnips Pasta with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

I think you will love the twist in this new gluten free recipe. When I say parsnips what do you think of? I bet you never really think “parsnips and pasta” in one sentence. Well, this gluten-free parsnips pasta with sun dried tomato pesto recipe is going to really give you one heck of a […]

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Gluten-Free Coffee Marinated Steaks

Gluten-Free Coffee Marinated Steaks

It’s nearly March and that means spring is around the corner. With spring approaching, that means grilling season is almost here! There isn’t much that can beat the taste (and scent!) of a juicy, gluten-free, grass-fed steak cooking away! There’s really no need to wait for warm weather—marinating and cooking steak can be equally enjoyed […]

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Beef Pie Gone Gluten Free and Grass Fed

Beef Pie Gone Gluten Free and Grass Fed

The holidays are here and we are all searching for new gluten free recipes with a twist. Here’s one you will all love! Booze and pie aren’t common words with the gluten free diet. In this wonderful gluten free recipe, PRE Brand’s talented (and one of my favs!) culinary manager, Chef Sarah Russo, swapped OUT a […]

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Grass Fed Steak Bites with a Twist

Grass Fed Steak Bites with a Twist

Everyone loves a good Caprese Salad. Adding PRE Brands 100% grass fed Sirloin gives it an extra dose of flavor and protein that is sure to make it a crowd pleaser. A balsamic and honey reduction also sweetens up the classic. This recipe, “Grass Fed Steak Bites with a Twist”, is simple to make and […]

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Gluten-Free Eating on a Budget

Gluten-Free Eating on a Budget

Ah, the age-old question: “How do I eat gluten-free on a budget?” Making the commitment to eating gluten-free and healthy has its financial challenges. Luckily, these days “gluten-free” is a household term, and with more and more Americans growing health-conscious, there are lots of budget-friendly gluten-free (and healthy) foods out there. Here are some of […]

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Gluten-Free Bento Box Lunches

Gluten-Free Bento Box Lunches

Bento box lunches are not only beautiful, they’re a practical way to pack a varied, fresh, gluten-free lunch that makes you or your child look forward to lunchtime. After all, who doesn’t want to partake in such an aesthetically presented meal? Although bento boxes might seem like a new trend – thanks to their growing […]

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Katz Gluten Free-Part 1

Katz Gluten Free-Part 1

Time machine time: It’s 2010 and my mother, Tina Turbin, just discovered Katz gluten-free. A certified gluten-free, Kosher company and nut-free as well. With high-quality ingredients and no preservatives added. Back in 2010 celiac disease was something many had never even heard of and gluten?? What is gluten. There were hardly any restaurants with gluten-free […]

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A Visual Guide to Steak Buying

A Visual Guide to Steak Buying

  Chuck, rib, round, tenderloin. Where do we start? What is best BBQed? What is the cheapest? Cows are very large animals. It can feel daunting to try and figure out which kind of meat to buy for which gluten free meal. Although I do not eat beef daily, I do enjoy a good steak […]

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Crockpot White Wine Short Ribs

Crockpot White Wine Short Ribs

The Crock Pot is by far my most prized kitchen item. I am not sure if I could live without it. You can make just about anything in it and go about your day without having to worry about it. I saw some beef short ribs at the store on Monday while shopping and figured […]

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How to Get Rid of Mucus

How to Get Rid of Mucus

We have all had that dreaded mucus. Especially those who are celiac. It is a pain! Sleep is harder, allergies get way worse and constantly having to clear your throat is not fun. The question stands, how to get rid of mucus? Although there are environmental reasons for mucus, it is important to avoid the […]

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Carnivore Club – Review

Carnivore Club – Review

  Many of us have heard of online memberships that send you a box every month, every other month, etc. I first noticed them in the beauty industry and then they extended to dog products, kid products, jewelry, etc. With busy lives it is so rewarding to get a fun and special box delivered to […]

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Easy Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice

Easy Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice

  I do my best to transition my comfort foods into healthier alternatives. Chinese food is one of those foods that I crave but after eating it I always feel pretty bloated and gross for a good 24 hours. Food is a big source of my energy as sleep isn’t a luxury I always have […]

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Amazing Flax Gluten Free Brownies- Review

Amazing Flax Gluten Free Brownies- Review

I remember the first time I tried a Flax4Life product. It was their blueberry muffin and I was extremely impressed. Incredibly flavorful, moist and the fiber in these muffins was just awesome. So, when I saw they released new products I pretty much had to try them. I mean, flax brownies? Did someone say chocolate […]

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Grains for Babies and When to Introduce Them to Your Child

Grains for Babies and When to Introduce Them to Your Child

First of all, I am definitely not a doctor and do not claim to be one. I get contacted a lot by mothers asking me questions about how I am raising my son though since he has been pretty darn healthy and a pretty easy baby. Specifically, I get asked about his diet and in […]

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Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Banana Stuffed French Toast

Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Banana Stuffed French Toast

This morning I was mashing up a banana for my gluten-free son Brixton and had a bunch left over.  I thought to myself, “What can I make with ¾ of a banana?” I was obviously hungry and in no mood to put in the time for banana bread so I came up with the idea […]

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Gluten-Free Baking Tips and Tricks

Gluten-Free Baking Tips and Tricks

This morning while my son was playing with his toys, I decided to quickly make some gluten-free biscuits. I was craving them and they are nearly impossible to find at the grocery store. While making the biscuits, it occurred to me that I’ve learned some gluten-free tips and tricks along the way that I take […]

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Kid Friendly 3 Ingredient Pancakes

Kid Friendly 3 Ingredient Pancakes

I have been raising my nearly one year old son, Brixton, on a gluten-free diet since he was born. Though I am still nursing him, I have been focusing on a grain-free or even a more paleo friendly approach. Meaning, I have been avoiding grains and even legumes up to now. He is a terrific […]

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Easy Gluten-Free Mashed Turnips

Easy Gluten-Free Mashed Turnips

A creative alternative to mashed potatoes! I think we can all agree that mashed potatoes are pretty good. Children love them and adults love them. In fact, I don’t think I have ever come across someone who didn’t like them. I know of many celiac friends and others following a gluten-free diet who are avoiding […]

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Gluten-Free Quick Snacks to Go

Gluten-Free Quick Snacks to Go

Sustaining a gluten-free lifestyle can be tough without easy access to ingredients that turn ordinary foods into extraordinary meals. Luckily, all it takes is a few key ingredients to shake things up in the kitchen so you can maintain a healthy, yet tasty diet regimen. With the help of the following 10 gluten-free items, you’ll […]

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Coffee Blocks – Food Review

Coffee Blocks – Food Review

Fat is actually good for you. I know, it’s crazy but it’s true. All these low fat this and low fat thats have done nothing for our society’s health. Fake butter, fat-free yogurt, the list goes on. Our bodies actually need fat. Our brain needs fat to function! But, what kinds of fat? Good fats. I […]

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