Almond-licious recipes to celebrate Nut Day

Sometimes you feel like a nut… Especially when Nut Day is coming up! That’s right—tomorrow, October 22, is Nut Day. Nut Day was formed by Liberation Foods, a group that promotes fair-trade nuts and healthy diets. It’s also meant to be a global anaphylaxis awareness day to help us be cognizant of those with nut allergies. On Nut Day, go nuts with making delicious nut-based recipes, but before offering them to any friends or family, […]

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Cheap and easy Halloween goodies for your Teal Pumpkin Project treat bowl

Halloween can be a scary night for families that have children with food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project™, an initiative created by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), aims to make Halloween a safe and fun night for everyone! The Teal Pumpkin Project not only raises awareness of food allergies, it also helps to safely accommodate children with food allergies on Halloween. FARE encourages everyone to paint a pumpkin teal (the color of food allergy […]

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Gluten-Free Deals and Steals, 10/9/15

Every Friday, visit CheapEasyGlutenFree.com for the latest gluten-free coupons, deals, savings, sale alerts, and contests from around the web! Let’s take a look at this week’s deals and steals… Contests Celiac and the Beast is hosting a giveaway of awesome goodies from ShiftCon! Enter here. Enter for a chance to win a gluten-free holiday in Italy, in association with Schar! Sales and Deals Save $1 on any Gratify snack! Just fill out the simple form […]

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How to survive a business lunch when you’re gluten-free

Since having to become gluten-free, I tend to frequent two kinds of restaurants: 1. The kind that has a gluten-free menu and kitchen staff trained to follow proper procedures for cooking for and serving gluten-free patrons 2. The kind where I know waitstaff is attentive and food is rather plain, where I could say something like “I am gluten-free, so would it be a problem for the kitchen to modify this meal for me so […]

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Fashion tips for recently-glutened women

I write about gluten-free food. I choose to eat only gluten-free meals and snacks. So why am I writing about what to wear when you’ve been glutened? Because sometimes glutening happens accidentally, like it did to me the other night. If you eat out, you may find yourself the unwilling victim of accidental glutening. Same deal if you misread the ingredients on the back of a new food you’re trying, or if something in your […]

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