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Rabbit Patient Expert

California
I'm a celiac and a caffeine addict. I moved from the United States to Africa in the summer of 2008 and I'm having fun trying new foods, but also missing some of my comforts. I love to travel and I haven't let the gluten-free diet slow me down.
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a curious little eggplant by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was going to name this post something along the lines of "farmers' market is a chore" because it really felt like one this morning. I didn't wake up early enough to beat t ... Read on »
adventures in veggie shopping by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Much like going to the farmers' market in San Francisco or Dupont Circle to check out the fresh produce before heading out to the grocery store, here I have to go to a fr ... Read on »
adventures in veggie shopping by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Much like going to the farmers' market in San Francisco or Dupont Circle to check out the fresh produce before heading out to the grocery store, here I have to go to a fru ... Read on »
against the grain frozen bagels by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Whoever labeled these packages "bagels" has never actually eaten a bagel before and apparently doesn't know a single person who has, either, in order to conduct a ... Read on »
against the grain frozen bagels by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Whoever labeled these packages "bagels" has never actually eaten a bagel before and apparently doesn't know a single person who has, either, in order to conduct a taste ... Read on »
all kinds of coconut cake by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease After my failed almond bread (which was nicely recycled as French toast sticks, but I never got the chicken sandwich I really wanted) I decided to try something fun. I'd ... Read on »
all kinds of coconut cake by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease After my failed almond bread (which was nicely recycled as French toast sticks, but I never got the chicken sandwich I really wanted) I decided to try something fun. I'd ... Read on »
almond meal and other gluten-free monthly specials at bob's red mill by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Almond meal is great for baking with. It adds a little something special to muffins, quick breads, and pancakes. I also use it in brownies. I'm not saying brownies are hea ... Read on »
amazon.com groceries by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Excerpted from my Where in the World post today: Aside from the toiletries and cleaning products from Costco we also placed a gigantic order with Amazon.com Groceries. They ... Read on »
amazon.com groceries goodies on sale by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease My favorite mail-order supplier of gluten-free goodies is having a sale on some of my favorite brands. Lesser Evil potato chip and kettle corn snacks: Save 20% when y ... Read on »
annie's rice pasta & cheddar by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I grew up loving the original Annie's macaroni and cheese and I was devastated when I couldn't eat in any more. On the other end of the spectrum, I also loved the fake orangin ... Read on »
arico almond cranberry cookies by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Arico Almond Cranberry Cookies. I'm always suspicious of "health food" cookies. I don't buy in to the marketing copy about soulful, mindful snacking, breathing deep to enjoy ... Read on »
At the Steak House by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Yes, you heard me correctly. Steak in Hyderabad. Tender, juicy, perfectly seasoned grilled tenderloin. Decent, and even passable, steak is difficult to find here. Hindu ... Read on »
At the Steak House by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Yes, you heard me correctly. Steak in Hyderabad. Tender, juicy, perfectly seasoned grilled tenderloin. Decent, and even passable, steak is difficult to find here. Hindus ... Read on »
baked eggplant with feta and tomatoes by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease AFter my produce delivery left me without basil, I had to change my plans from the egglplant with basil and feta that I'd been craving. I remembered that a couple years ago ... Read on »
bakery on main granola by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I love granola. I don’t care how hippie that makes me sound. I don’t care that it’s one of those health foods that’s secretly laden with fat. When going gluten-free, giving u ... Read on »
banana date muffins with coconut oil by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I'm in love with coconut oil. I'd been hearing about its magical properties in the removal of Holi paints and this morning as I was rubbing it on Muffin's head, hungry fr ... Read on »
banana date muffins with coconut oil by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I'm in love with coconut oil. I'd been hearing about its magical properties in the removal of Holi paints and this morning as I was rubbing it on Muffin's head, hungry fro ... Read on »
best bananas by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Our cook makes the most amazing bananas on the planet. If I could marry food, this might be my chosen one. He serves them with a yellow curry sauce and when I eat them I’m ... Read on »
blue duck tavern by Rabbit Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It may seem like a post about a restaurant in Washington, D.C., where I haven't lived for over a year, comes from out of the blue (ha ha!). But I read at Obama Foodorama that ... Read on »