Gluten Free Goodies

I went gluten free somewhere around 1997. When there was no such thing. It was hard, but I learned how to cook, and bake wonderful foods that most people can't tell are GF.

When I started my GF life, there were no GF flours. In fact, there wasn't really an available internet that I could go to for research purposes. So I read a bunch of books, talked to a lot of people, and tried brown rice flour! 🤮 I'm gonna tell you that was a FAIL! I found a little trick that helped a ton. The Asian market. I started buying the kind of rice flour that is used for tempura batter. 😮 This was an amazing start to my GF baking journey. That flour is so finely ground that it helped my pancakes and cookies to not be gritty. But, the final product wouldn't stick together. What now?

I started playing around with different flours, and I came up with a blend of 3 flours that worked really well for flavor. But things still wouldn't stick together (gluten is the stretchy stuff in wheat, rye and barley). 

Then I discovered the secret ingredient! Now my cookies and brownies would stick together!

You don't even need that secret ingredient any more. So many people are sensitive to gluten that there are 1:1 baking mixes that hold together really well! I'll be releasing classes soon on how to bake without gluten, and you'll never miss it again.

In Italy in around 2005, I discovered the most amazing pasta (I brought back as much as I could fit in my suitcase, but it was gone quick!) It's now available here in the states, and if you're not sensitive to corn, it's the most amazing thing in the world. ENJOY!



  • Gluten free
  • This brand is truly the best I've tried. I had it in Italy over 15 years ago and I'm happy to find it in the US!


  • One, 22 oz. bag (1.375 lbs.)
  • Gluten Free; Vegan; Vegetarian; Kosher Pareve
  • Manufactured in a dedicated gluten free facility; R5-ELISA tested gluten free
  • Direct replacement for wheat flour in your favorite baking recipes
  • No corn, soy, or oat ingredients


This stuff tastes just like the other kinds, but no gluten!!



Ok, I've tried them all, and if you like crispy chocolate chip cookies, these are it!


SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE: With 9-11g of protein in each bar, this variety pack contains 16 energy bars, two each of the following flavors: Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Brownie, Sierra Trail Mix, Crunchy Peanut Butter, White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Flavor, Cool Mint Chocolate*, Peanut Butter Banana with Dark Chocolate, and Blueberry Crisp.
  • Contains one 12-ounce loaf of Udi's Delicious Multigrain Sandwich Bread
  • Indulge in the delicious taste, soft texture and large slices; you won't believe it's gluten free bread
  • Contains no wheat or dairy ingredients
  • Get fresh-from-the-bakery flavor in every loaf
  • Make a gluten free version of your favorite sandwich, toast or snack


Yep, it says gluten free. But guess what! They are also dairy free!! YUMMM!


 
These Nature Valley Granola bars are the bomb.com!! Make sure to do your due diligence on these. There's no gluten ingredients, and gluten containing foods are not on the "may contain" list.


OTHER NECESSARY Stuff

This at-home test measures your body’s immune response to 96 foods to help provide guidance on what types of food may be the best to choose for an elimination diet. Measures iGg immune response. Click to get 15% off.



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