01 May 2017
celiac awareness month

Held each May, Celiac Awareness Month is an event recognized throughout the United States to help raise awareness about celiac disease. Supported by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, and other organizations, the goal is to provide support for those affected with the disease. In today’s post, we’ll talk about what celiac disease is, and offer […]

21 Apr 2017
brain disorders and gluten free diet

A brain disorder means that the brain cells have been destroyed or there is a degeneration in those cells. According to Healthline, “When your brain is damaged, it can affect many different things, including your memory, your sensation, and even your personality. Brain disorders include any conditions or disabilities that affect your brain.” This includes those […]

28 Mar 2017
leaky gut syndrome

The pain, bloating, chronic stomach, and intestinal upsets have sent many to the doctor. The unfortunate part is gut issues do not have an immediate diagnosis or effective treatment immediately. Over time the patient’s gut problems escalate and a general decline in health commences. All of this leads to the general assumption of the typical […]

27 Feb 2017
gluten free phone apps

Whether you’re going gluten-free for health concerns like celiac disease, or because you have opted to live a healthier lifestyle, you may be finding that it can be challenging to stick to your new diet regimen. Luckily, there are now gluten-free phone apps to help you – whether you’re grocery shopping, cooking at home, or […]

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 […]

30 Jan 2017
why non-gmo

Genetically modified organisms or GMOs are controversial. Whether you are a farmer, grocer or consumer it matters what is in the food supply. The reason GMOs first came about was as a means to make weather, pest and pesticide-resistant varieties of common food found in the general population food supply. There is a huge push […]