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Soups

Shrimp Gumbo – Light and Gluten Free

A gluten-free dish with zip that’s healthy and also easy to fix — that’s a good one to pull out of the recipe box! The shrimp provides the low-fat protein, the vegetables add more flavor and nutrition, and the seasonings can be as peppy as you like. It’s a light, filling dish for a gluten-free diet.

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Chili and Beans for Dinner

From a Texas Hill Country town founded by German immigrants comes the best chili I know — adapted from my Oma, although she would have used at least twice as much chili powder, or sometimes she added one or more chili petines (pequins) to the pot.

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Minestrone, Quick, Easy AND Gluten-Free

One of my husband’s and my favorites is this healthy, flavorful version of minestrone.

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Cream of Pumpkin Soup, Gluten-Free

Pumpkin is so easy to cook with when you have a can in the cupboard or a container in the freezer. This pumpkin soup is simple to make, flavorful, yet also so good for you!

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New England Clam Chowder (Gluten-Free)

Not too rich, but creamy and filling, a bowl of this gluten-free New England Clam Chowder makes a lunch to last till dinner, or a cup of it with a salad will do the same.



It’s a 30 minute meal that makes living gluten-free easy.

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