Wish there were more gluten-free options at Starbucks? You’re not alone. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz reveals that “…he hears about it at every [shareholder] meeting and he plans to fix it…” More on Puget Sound Business Journal Apparently they are expanding their line of gluten-free options… but they recognize the threat of cross contamination is […]
Love this post! Get ready to laugh hard when you read this (especially if you’ve been frustrated by the media’s treatment of eating gluten-free lately!) Enough With the Gluten–Free Haters!! http://glutendude.com Mon, 07 Jul 2014 13:05:34 GMT Hey Rachael Ray…On a 30 Minute Gluten–Free Cooking Show, Couldn’t You Have Mentioned Celiac Disease Just Once? … […]
What’s the Next Quinoa? Farmers, Foodies Revive Heritage Grains
And the grains have undergone little if any genetic tinkering, which is appealing to the growing organic and non-genetically modified food markets.
Actually some of the grains mentioned in this article will already be familiar to people who’ve been eating gluten-free. But this is an interesting read anyway!
We had a good question from a reader earlier this week. She asked why recipes now often specify gluten-free oatmeal. Isn’t oatmeal always gluten-free? I think this is a common confusion; these days many (but not all) …
Are you confident explaining why oats may or may not be gluten-free? This handy article will help you confidently explain it next time!
Are people being tricked into thinking that gluten-free is healthier? Maybe so. Particularly if eating gluten-free isn’t a necessity like it is for celiacs. When we started eating gluten-free, it made us a lot healthier. Not because the food was healthier. But because we got really serious about understanding the food we ate. We read […]
Before going gluten-free did you pay attention to the ingredients in your food? I must admit I rarely read the ingredient labels on food I ate. Maybe once in a while when I would look at the number of calories or the amount of fat. And when I was pregnant with my daughter, I did […]
So we went away for the weekend to a friend’s wedding and left our kids with their grandparents. They live fairly close so are pretty used to accommodating our gluten free diet and stayed at our house so were already surrounded by only gluten free choices. The neat part worth sharing is the gluten free […]
It is always nice when gluten free gets good publicity. This morning Monica from Deby’s Gluten Free appeared on a segment of the Tom Martino show on Denver Fox 31. If you missed it, you can watch it online at www.martino.tv. There are also two other short segments – gluten free available at Vitamin Cottage and […]
Whether you are looking for candy for your child’s class or just to share at home, there are lots of store bought gluten free options available. Some of our favorites include: Necco Sweetheart Conversation Hearts Tootsie Roll Products (Tootsie & Charms Pops, Andes, Junior Mints, Dots & many more) M&Ms (plain, peanut) Wonka Candies(Laffy Taffy, Nerds, Sprees, Runts & many […]
While Amazon doesn’t always have the best prices for gluten free items (this is partly because gluten free items are already more expensive to make and manufactures don’t make as much profit, so there is less discount buying bulk), they are currently having a great sale on many gluten free items. Perhaps one of your […]
Just wanted to make a quick post to wish everyone a happy new year! We at Happy Gluten Free are very excited about what this year may bring and hope that we continue to grow by providing more ways for the celiac and gluten free community in Colorado and beyond to share the best of […]