Resources Archives - Page 2 of 14 - Celiac Disease
Jun 12 2013

FoodQuest: Gluten-Free

When I get emails from places that spotlight local restaurants, I don’t often see the mention of “gluten-free”.  However, this week I opened up a surprise when I received my “FoodQuest” email and it said, “Local Gluten-Free Dishes”.  I was thrilled to explore the dishes listed in this email and then the FoodQuest website to […]

Apr 22 2013

NFCA Webinar: Gluten-Free Menu Planning: Budget-Friendly Tips

One of the most challenging parts of beginning the gluten-free diet is planning meals.  Staples that may have been included in the past, like pastas and breads, are no longer safe to eat for those on the gluten-free diet.  I remember freaking out and thinking that meal planning and feeding my family would never be […]

Mar 21 2013

Keeping Gluten-Free & Allergy Kids Safe

I was fortunate that Jon was already 10 years old when he was diagnosed with Celiac Disease.  This made eating at school and other places away from home much easier – not necessarily in food availability, but with Jon being able to say that he couldn’t have food that contains gluten.  I shudder to think […]

Feb 20 2013

AllergyEats Announces The Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains Nationwide

Many people who follow the gluten-free diet also have to avoid at least one other food ingredient.  Dining out and avoiding gluten is hard enough; add in one or more other ingredients to avoid and dining out becomes even more challenging.  AllergyEats is a free, peer-based website and smartphone app to help guide those having […]

Jan 16 2013

Jules Gluten Free Cake Mix e-Book

One of the best things about Jules Gluten Free and the products she makes is that she often offers free e-Books to show you exactly how to bake with her products.  (source) The newest e-Book offered as the “Deal of the Day” is the Jules’ Gluten-Free Cake Mix e-Book.  The book is perfect for making […]