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Desert Island Cookbook List by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I bought the Science Teacher Culinary Artistry for Christmas one year. Towards the end, the chefs featured in the book rattle off their desert island lists, the ten or so ingr ... Read on »
Date-Hazelnut Balls Dipped in Chocolate by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Better (way) late than never. For a holiday that's infamous for a week without bread, Passover sure involves a heck of a lot of food that contains matzo. Everyone has a ... Read on »
Millet: Bring On the Bird Seed by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I probably used millet for the first time in preschool. Remember those pinecone bird feeders smeared with peanut butter and rolled in birdseed? I've never been particularly i ... Read on »
High-Protein Breakfast Smoothies by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease The Little Potamus sucking down a pint of smoothie. I've never thought of a smoothie as a meal in itself. A great addition to a weekend breakfast maybe. A good use for l ... Read on »
Go Michelle O! by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease When I saw Michelle Obama on the cover of O Magazine with Oprah, I winced then yanked open the magazine to the interview. Like a lot of people, I think I get my American royal ... Read on »
Gluten Free in the Greens is Moving... by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Physically but not virtually. The Science Teacher and I just accepted teaching positions in Tbilisi, Georgia, for the next two years. Wow. There's a back story here that ... Read on »
Great Gluten-Free Resource by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Great blogs are partly about creating new and interesting content and partly about gathering and disseminating information. Rachel over at The Crispy Cook does both. She alw ... Read on »
Bittman by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Recently, I was listening on Mark Bittman who writes "The Minimalist," blogs at "Bitten," He made a couple of interesting suggestions. One was to be vegan until 6 p.m. A ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Herbed Cheese Bread by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease The snow is piled up to the window sill after the storm last week (and the Science Teacher still didn't have a snow day!) and the forecast calls for the temperature to sin ... Read on »
Adopt-a-Gluten-Free-Blogger Healthy Resolution Edition: Straight Into Bed Cakefree and Dried by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I've wanted to participate in one of the Adopt-a-Gluten-Free-Blogger events--conceived of and sponsored by Book of Yum--for quite a while. It's such a great idea--giving us ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Homemade Grape Nuts by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I got pregnant a month after going gluten free. All I wanted was to wake up to starchy comfort food, but being new to the world of GF buying and cooking, I had a hard time fi ... Read on »
Menus for Nov. 17 and Election Thoughts by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease After a long absence, I'm back to the Gluten-Free in the Greens. Thanks to those of you who wrote asking if all was well. Your emails made me feel part of a community, not ... Read on »
New England Comfort Food….with Gluten-Free Brown Bread by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Comfort food in my family is country food: biscuits, pepper-flecked milk gravy, thin-slices of salty country ham. If a snowstorm closed school, I could count o ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Challah by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease As Gluten Free Bay recently mentioned , gluten-free challah represents somewhat of a Holy Grail for gluten-free Jews. There’s no obvious substitute for tearing ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Gingerbread Cookies by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It's not fun being sick over the holidays, especially when your loved ones go out of the way to make gluten-free goodies that you can't eat without feeling ... Read on »
Gluten-Free, Low-Fat Kitchen Sink Cake by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I wouldn’t even post this cake recipe except for the fact that it turned out unexpectedly well and that it entailed very thrifty use of leftovers in my kitchen ... Read on »
Red Lentil-Apricot Soup by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease One of our favorite restaurants is That's Life Soup . The owner has a simple and seemingly successful business model: make four or five large pots of soup each weekday morni ... Read on »
Bentos Love Gluten-Free Lunch by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease One of the first challenges I had to tackle when I went gluten-free was figuring out how to make myself an exciting lunch. Dinner at our house could be anything, but earlier ... Read on »
Gluten-Free Menus: January 14 by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This week I'm participating in the the Gluten-Free Menu Swap hosted by Natalie at Gluten-Free Mommy. The Science Teacher and I have decided to aim for 3-4 vegetarian meals e ... Read on »
Eating Out and Gluten-Free in D.C.: Teaism by Gluten Free Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I don't like going out to eat as much as my husband does, but I do love to travel and traveling for any amount of time usually means eating out. Last February we took our fi ... Read on »