20 Feb 2019
gluten free kitchen

Note: For this resource, we are assuming that you have chosen to make your household 100% gluten-free. Scroll to the bottom of this post for posts on creating a safe household while living with gluten eaters. If you hate cleaning normally, you’re going to loathe the deep cleaning required to rid your kitchen of gluten. […]

02 Jan 2019
celiac disease myths

While the gluten-free diet has been getting a lot of attention lately, many people still lack information about the diseases that would cause one to eliminate gluten from their life. Because much of the information about celiac disease is anecdotal, incomplete or otherwise difficult to understand, myths develop around what causes it, and how individuals […]

19 Sep 2018
gluten free humor

Is celiac disease getting you down? I hear you. Even the happiest, healthiest, got-her-life-togetherest celiac has a difficult day (or week, or month) here and there. And while those times when you’re feeling most down in the dumps are some of the hardest times to maintain perspective (especially if you’ve been glutened), I’d like to […]

06 Sep 2018
differences between gluten related disorders

When you talk about what celiac disease is, you often have to talk about what the disease is not. While ‘celiac disease’, ‘gluten allergy’, and ‘gluten sensitivity’ or ‘intolerance’ are often lumped together in the media, they are three different gluten related disorders. While these medical issues frequently share similar outward symptoms, the causes of […]

29 Aug 2018
gluten free dining

You’re gluten-free, not a shut in. Your dietary preferences should not keep you from going out and enjoying a meal in a restaurant with your family or friends. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of stress around gluten free dining, especially in the beginning. Staying healthy and avoiding being glutened means making demands of the […]

15 Aug 2018
tips for college students with celiac disease

College can make parents a nervous wreck. It’s terrifying sending your baby out into an unknown environment to transition into living on their own. They’re done relying on you for food, shelter, and transportation. Unfortunately, they’re also done relying on others to take care of their health. This transition from being driven to doctors appointments […]

05 Dec 2017
gluten free travel

Ahhh… Gluten-free bliss. It’s early in the morning. The kids are still asleep. Wrapped in a plush bathrobe with matching bunny slippers, you steep your tea and sigh contentedly. Looking around your house gives you a sense of serenity, safety, and control. You’ve done it! You’ve created your own gluten-free sanctuary. The cupboards and refrigerator […]

23 Feb 2017
gluten free flour substitutes

This post has been updated from the original which appeared on this blog in 2014.  We spent a lot of time discovering our perfect blend of gluten-free flour. We made a lot of dry, crumbly gluten-free pizza crusts before we perfected the delicious, doughy one’s we now sell. As long-time professional bakers, we had it […]