Everyone has certain stereotypes they use to categorize those of us who eat gluten-free. These gluten-free stereotypes range from annoying to accurate. This graphic pretty much sums it up for me, and I'm sure you can relate. What images in this graphic describe your experiences as a gluten-free eater? What would you add or change?
Most days when I get home from work, the last thing I want to think about is making dinner. And I have a feeling you know what I'm talking about. My husband and I are always looking for quick and easy options to get food in our bellies before we eat our entire pantry of snacks.
Delight Gluten-Free Magazine has been a resource for me since going gluten-free. I was thrilled when I found out a Delight Gluten-Free Cookbook was in the works. Who doesn't love yummy gluten-free recipes? The cookbook is packed with 150 delicious gluten-free recipes. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the book before it hit shelves.
1. If I'm putting it in my mouth, it's because I can eat it. I didn't forget I'm gluten-free.
2. When I pass up appetizers or rolls at a restaurant, it’s not because I’m watching my figure. It’s because I have to. Don’t judge me for it.
I love the gluten-free trend. I said it. And I mean it. However, it seems most people with celiac disease don't agree. I've read post, after post, after post (you get the point) about why the gluten-free fad is bad. Though I highly respect all of these bloggers and their opinions, I could not disagree more.
Late July, early August is one of my favorite times of year.
That might sound odd to most, but it’s the time my family packs up and vacations in Northern Michigan.
I was recently reminded by my grad school professor that not everyone understands what the gluten-free community is all about.
When I got married over a year ago, I thought it would be the last time I’d ever have to go through the process of changing my name. I was wrong.
In my opinion, there’s no better way to celebrate an American holiday than with a red, white and blue dessert.
I seem to be falling in love with gluten-free baked goods all across the United States. Recently, I got to taste some products from Sweet Christine's Gluten Free Bakery. I tried a cookie, brownie, sandwich bread, baguette and pizza crust. Everything was great!