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Menu for week one of the food stamp challenge

We got off to a slow start on Sunday due to candy hangovers.  Well actually 3 members of our home got off to a slow start. I got up at 6 am, just like usual.  Why do I do that?  Even when we get an extra hour, I just can’t seem to sleep in. Oh […]

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Asparagus Quiche Torte GF CF

When the spring breezes blow, my thoughts turn to asparagus and eggs. Maybe this craving is a rembrance of the lovely asparagus bed we had as children. The place we could enter and forage at will for dinner. Where we would challenge each other to let the spear grass grow to a decent height before […]

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Poof Done Dinner

When you lead a busy life, dinner can be an afterthought.When you lead a gluten-free life, it helps to have at least a few “poof-done” dinners in your repertoire.This is one of mine.Most of the ingredients are staples around my house.for 42 cups Rice- prepared in our rice cooker2 cups Beans-these were slow cooked by […]

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Savory Moments in Redmond to Have a Gluten Free Open House

I was reading my Google reader posts today at lunch like I typically do and came across this one from Gluten Free Mom Savory Moments in Redmond to Have a Gluten Free Open House next Sunday, March 29th from 12:00-4:00 18005 NE 68th Street, Suite A-115 in Redmond, WA. Please follow the link if you […]

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Shared and Distinct Genetic Variants in Type 1 Diabetes and Celiac Disease

http://content.nejm.org/content/vol0/issue2008/images/large/NEJMoa0807917f1.jpeg This new study in the New England Journal of Medicine 12/10/08 issue concludes: A genetic susceptibility to both type 1 diabetes and celiac disease shares common alleles. These data suggest that common biologic mechanisms, such as autoimmunity-related tissue damage and intolerance to dietary antigens, may be etiologic features of both diseases. Our results support […]

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Appreciation

When I write this blog, the recipient of the information is my focus. I see the frustrated parents from my ROCK group, the ones with the kids who just pick at their food since it has always been a source of pain. I try to answer questions from people who stop me with the words, […]

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Bob’s Red Mill

Bob’s Red Mill Amazon.com Widgets What can I say about Bob’s Red Mill? I think you all might have read my prior posts about their Wheat-Free Mighty Tasty cereal. You know, the one I made into terrific muffins for breakfast. Or maybe you too have discovered their Homemade Wonderful Bread mix. I LOVE this mix. […]

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Glee Gum

Glee Gum Amazon.com Widgets I have to admit that I don’t frequently chew gum. My mother instilled in me a preference for mints that lasts to this day. My daughters, on the other hand, would happily chew gum daily if I let them. Finally, I have found a gum that I really wouldn’t mind them […]

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Chebe Mixes

Chebe Amazon.com Widgets Chebe mixes were one of the first group buys our ROCK Group put together once we began to hold our support meetings. One of our members RAVED about how similar Chebe mixes are to our local Papa Murphy pizzas. I find it a deliciously easy mix to prepare and simple to use […]

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Mary’s Gone Crackers

Mary’s Gone Crackers Amazon.com Widgets I love Mary’s Gone Crackers. I have loved them since the first time I saw them in the Bellingham Co-op. These lovely little crackers are one of the best snack foods ever. Thin, crispy, lightly seasoned and salted, Full of wonderful organic grains and seeds, what’s not to love? Now […]

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Blue Diamond Snack Crackers

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Martha wants some guidance!

Isn’t it funny how the world works sometimes? I know I have been hoping to see more mainstream press about gluten intolerance. I am so thrilled when I see mention of a new celebrity who needs the gluten-free diet for their health. When a book comes out that combines multiple food allergies, there is an […]

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