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Important Questions to Ask: The New Gluten Free Options From Pizza Hut and Coors Light - See more at: http://glutenaway.blogspot.com/2015/01/important-questions-to-ask-new-gluten.html
By now you've probably all heard about the new gluten-free options coming to both Pizza Hut and Coors Light. If you haven't heard about this day yet and you're a guy, this is probably the best day of your life. Pizza Hut and Coors announced that they will be offering gluten-free options coming ...
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Just thought I'd share with you all this Gluten Free Online Expo that is open now and free to attend! There's lots of great gluten-free and allergen free products to explore so I hope it can be helpful to some of you! http://www.glutenawayexpo.com/
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Ever wonder which OTC pain relievers are Gluten-Free? Great update on Tylenol, Aleve, Advil ... + store brands from About.com.
NOTE: FDA's new GF labeling regulations do NOT apply to pharmaceuticals & OTC meds.

https://www.facebook.com/AboutCeliacDiseaseAndGlutenSensitivity
#celiac   #glutenfree #glutenfreediet  
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I love snacking while watching a movie on Friday night, don't you? Sometimes we all crave something bad, something breaded. Bad news - virtually everything breaded contains MSG, plus you can not be sure what you are actually eating. How about something breaded that is also healthy?  Here is my take on it - cauliflower nuggets, baked and of course #glutenfree, but also yummy at the same time. Great way to get your kids to eat their veggies!
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Hi! New to this whole thing! Excited to learn new things here. How to navigate through this too! Any suggestions would be great. Happy Thursday!
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Going completely gluten-free is socially restrictive, expensive and time-consuming. Yet the diet is the only treatment out there for people with celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that damages the lining of the small intestines when triggered by...
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Use caution, even when buying trusted Gluten-Free brands, they may not all be GF. 
It's disappointing when brands don't distinguish between their packaging: buyer beware!!!
Have you found similarly confusing packaging? Please share so we can help keep our community safe!
#glutenfree   #celiac  
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It's been too long since I last shared my favorite Gluten Free accounts! I hope you enjoy these accounts as much as I do!

If you are a gluten free blogger and want to be added:
1) Add this circle to your circles
2) Hook it up with a plus 1
3) Comment that you want me to add you! 
That easy! 
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What’s your favorite naturally gluten-free food? Here’s a list in case you can’t think of any off the top of your head. http://ow.ly/x1wow #eatfreely
Click here to print the Naturally Gluten Free Foods List. Eating from this list can help you save money when eating gluten free. Click here to sign up for The Peaceful Mom Weekly eNotes and receive gluten free recipes, a weekly gluten free menu and inspiration to live more while spending less - plus free stuff […]
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You can still submit your recipe or article to the Gluten Free Blog Hop! It is super easy and is great for reaching a new following and getting linkbacks.
It is an awesome way to find new cool articles and bloggers too! 

#glutenfree #gfree #gf #bloghop #blogging 
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+Eat Simply Now Thank you for submitting your link. I was just looking through your site and I love it! The recipes are so easy to follow and I love how you show a way to make everything yourself!
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Looking for ideas for your New Year's Celebration?
Here are 25 Mocktails, Appetizers and Desserts gathered from some of my friends. 
All #glutenfree , many #Vegan   #dairyfree   #sugarfree  
Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/93942342203503281/
Gathering from friends and fellow bloggers, this roundup of gluten free mocktails, appetizers and desserts will make your New Year's Celebrations happy and healthy.
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Check out +Environmental Working Group (EWG) new Food Scores.
Now you can see which products are nutritionally superior and low in processing 
http://www.ewg.org/foodscores/products?search=gluten+free
EWG's Food Scores rates more than 80,000 foods in a simple, searchable online format to empower people to shop smarter and eat healthier. Each item in the database is scored based on three factors: nutrition, ingredient concerns and degree of processing. <a href='http://ewg.org/foodscores/'>Check it out and see how your favorite foods score.</a>
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Hey all,

Almost a year ago, I posted here (among other gluten-free groups!) as I started to develop my new gluten-free cookbook.  I asked what kinds of recipes you'd like to see, what foods you miss most, etc.

Well, I'm happy to report that the book is finished, off to the printer, and is set for an October 15 release date. Most of the wish list recipes that had been mentioned have been included - recipe development was a wild success! Everything is as good or BETTER than "the real thing" - in particular, I can't see using all-purpose wheat flour on cookies ever again, even when baking for non-gf friends.  The gf ones are just SO much better - taste AND texture!

When I started this book, I wanted it to not only be a great book for those who have to be gluten-free, but also a great resource for those wanting to try out new flours. With all of the education about Celiac and other gluten issues, alternative flours have never been as varied, affordable, or as easy to obtain as they are now - and SO many of them taste better and provide much better nutrition than wheat flour.  

Among the highlights, I have tortillas that have the proper texture and don't rip, pitas that taste just like Jimmy Johns' bread, proper fish and chips (and other pub grub!), and amazing perogies. I am SUPER proud of the results! If you're on Facebook, be sure to check out some of the photos on the book's page, https://www.facebook.com/BeyondFlour

The book will retail for $24.99, and is currently available for $19.99 as a pre-order discount until Oct 10. The pre-order discount is exclusive to my website, at http://www.celebrationgeneration.com/blog/beyond-flour/

Thanks again for all of your inspiration and input when I got started!

Marie
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In my book, a gluten-free meal is prepared in a 100% gluten-free restaurant, guaranteed.

Many restaurants in Toronto do not qualify even if they claim they do

Check my list with a map and add your own suggestions!

http://jamiesarner.com/toronto-life/2014/08/seemingly-gluten-free-restaurants/
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Just a reminder for everyone who posts:
They need to be recipes that would typically include gluten, but made gluten-free, not naturally Gluten-free recipes
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I shared my "lunch" yesterday on Instagram and discovered that many GF folks didn't know that Chick-fil-A had a dedicated fryer for their waffle fries. 
Don't blame me for your subsequent drive-through antics!
(They also have GF grilled nuggets, FYI!)
#glutenfree   #celiac   #glutenfreerestaurants  
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Happy anytime I can share good GF news, +Stephanie Weaver!
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More bad news this week for Gluten-Free product recalls: Bart and Judy's GF Cookies are dangerously contaminated with gluten.
Yet another reason to insist on certified GF products.

Here are the statement & testing results from Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC:
“Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC recently tested a box of Bart and Judy’s Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies for gluten contamination using the R5 ELISA Mendez method. The product tested well above 20 parts per million of gluten. Detailed test results are available only to subscribers of Gluten Free Watchdog. Test results provide a snapshot picture of the gluten content of this product at one point in time. There is no way of knowing without testing many more samples whether the results of the one sample tested are representative of the gluten content of this product as a whole.” For more information about Gluten Free Watchdog see www.glutenfreewatchdog.org. Written permission to post this statement was provided to subscribers of Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC.

Here's their corp page: http://www.bartsbakery.com/index.php?page=all-products
bart@bartsbakery.com
jordan@bartsbakery.com

Let them know how you feel about them not taking GF seriously.

I'd like to also point out that my pal +Gluten Dude called this company out for contamination last August.

http://glutendude.com/not-gluten-free/dear-bart-judy-your-cookies-arent-gluten-free/
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It's extremely disconcerting, +Janice Mansfield, I agree. Especially if you knew the levels to which they were testing. This wasn't a case of 25 ppm, but HUNDREDS of ppm, from the recent test results.
This bunch seem like bad actors anyway. They've even started a phony website to lambast a GF blogger who was calling them to task for their contamination.
Either your product is handled appropriately to ensure that there is no cross-contact, or it is not. You can't simply put a product out there that's "sortof GF" and market it as safe. People will get sick, but folks like these seem to not appreciate or understand that at all.
Thank goodness we finally got our FDA to follow in Canada's footsteps and establish GF food labeling regulations. August 2014 can't come fast enough -- this company would have been subject to the penalties under those regulations if it had happened after implementation in August.
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Planning your summer vacation? Need some Gluten-Free travel tips?
Tune in today at 2pm ET on The Gluten-Free Voice Radio Show -- GlutenFreeTravelSite founder Karen Broussard is my guest!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gluten-free/2014/06/05/gluten-free-travel-on-the-gluten-free-voice-with-jules-shepard
#travel #traveltips #glutenfree #budget  
Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation. This week, Jules' guest is Karen Broussard, publisher of the Gluten Free Travel Blog ( http://glutenfreetravelblog.typepad.com), where she keeps the gluten free community informed about new restaurants offering GF Menus, gluten free friendly travel destination...
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Great tips!! Will definitely share this to our followers... thanks +Jules Shepard !
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Not sure if this is the right category, but this chart could be a useful resource for people looking to compare ingredients/ price. The prices are listed per pound since loaves can vary from 14 ounces to 36 ounces between brands!
 
A handy table comparing the presence of allergens and price per pound of various #glutenfree breads.
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Very helpful to see all the allergens called out. Thanks for sharing, +The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe!
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If you missed today's Gluten-Free Voice Radio Show, I sat down with special guest Dr. Alessio Fasano (@celiacresearch) to cover all things GLUTEN! You can still catch the podcast when it's convenient for you (click link below)

We discussed non-celiac gluten sensitivity; the FODMAP diet; celiac testing and therapies in the works; when to introduce gluten in infants with celiac relatives; timing for celiac testing; autism and the GF diet ... as well as Dr. Fasano's new book, GLUTEN FREEDOM and upcoming book signings!

Don't miss this invaluable info!

http://tobtr.com/s/6427611

#glutenfree #celiac #glutensensitivity #FODMAP #IBS #Autism  
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