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Are you sick and tired of gluten reactions, boring cardboard-like, poor tasting food and just plain unsatisfying meals that leave you wondering if you actually had anything to eat? If that’s you, then you should know that it doesn’t need to be that way!
I’ve been gluten-free for over 16 years now and I promise you that it it doesn’t matter where you are in your gluten-free journey… I’m confident that I can show you how you can make your meal times great again… Like they were before you began eating gluten-free.
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Here Are 3 of MY Favorite Posts - Enjoy!
Broiled Chicken Breast with Peppers, Onions & Bacon Awash in Melted Cheddar
Yesterday, my husband and I decided that we would create a brand-spank’n-new gluten-free, broiled chicken breast recipe. At first, we were thinking about doing something “beefy,” but we very quickly decided that a brand-new chicken recipe was more along the lines of what we were hungry for.
Personally, I was hungry for a broiled chicken breast “thing” that was unusual as well as tender and delicious!
What we came up with was so tender it could be cut with a fork and was so delicious with the contrasting textures and blended, mellow flavors that it would almost be sacrilegious to try to describe how marvelous it tasted.
How to Find Gluten-Free Foods
When I was diagnosed with celiac disease in January of the year 2000, probably the most immediate need that I had was to find healthy, gluten free foods that I could eat without triggering a gluten reaction because of gluten cross-contamination.
I suspect that you might be faced with the same or similar problem so I thought that I’d start this series off by talking about how you go about finding gluten free diet food.
This article is the first in my “Getting Started Right” series for new gluten-free eaters.
When most people are first diagnosed with a disease like celiac or a condition like gluten sensitivity that requires them to eat gluten-free they will usually be overwhelmed by what happens next!
Do You Need Supplements In Your Gluten-Free Diet?
This article deals with supplements and hopefully will help you decide whether you should include nutritional supplements in your Gluten Free Diet Plan. It will also explain 3 vitally important things that you need to take into account if and when you purchase nutritional supplements.
Just so you will know, most people that are gluten intolerant have celiac disease. I write from that perspective because that’s what I have learned to live with successfully.
If you are gluten sensitive or have a gluten allergy, you may find some useful information here but this article is written for those who are actually gluten intolerant.
Now, most people who just found out that they MUST eat gluten free are frequently
Here's What A Few Of Pat's Fans Said About Her Books & Articles
Although I have family members and friends who have struggled with celiac disease for many years, I had no idea how difficult it was to live gluten-free successfully. I found this book informative without going over my head -- other articles I've read about celiac disease have been too academic, or assumed more background knowledge than I have.SelfFlanigan
This gave me information that I could not only understand, but that I can use. I feel confident that I could take this with me to the grocery store and buy all the ingredients for a gluten-free meal when I have gluten-intolerant guests. Also, since I know celiac disease runs in my family, I feel it is important for me to be informed -- reading this took me a long way to achieving that goal.
After reading Idagirl's comment, I spent some time looking around on the internet, but I didn't find anything as useful as this. I was also surprised that she referred to a 'plug' for a book called "Elegantly Gluten Free." I didn't see a plug for a book by that name; I found a link to a website called elegantly gluten free that is a treasure trove of free recipes and information by the author. I'm certainly not going to complain about that!
Thanks for sharing your years of experience, Pat!
Kindle Review of Pat's "How to Eat Gluten-Free... The Official Guide..."
Hi,Pat. I have recently been diagnosed with celiac disease. As I was researching about this new way of eating, I came across your website. Thank you for sharing your story and for creating this informative site for people like me to come to and receive helpful information and recipe ideas. Since I just learned that I have celiac two weeks ago I’m eager to learn as much as possible about how to best alleviate any future flare-ups of this disease while still being able to create and enjoy great tasting meals with my family and friends... (truncated due to length)Lynda Alvarez
Hi Pat,Miz Helen
I am heating the water for my afternoon tea and your Oatmeal Raisin Muffins with Honey will be just perfect to enjoy. Thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday, I always look forward to your visits!
Come Back Soon,
Miz Helen's Country Cottage
"Loved this book!"HappyGranma
"Out of all the gluten free books that I have read, I would say this is my favorite. This book explains everything so well. There is a lot of information to take in and I will be going back over what I highlighted.
"I especially love the part about baby's and children with celiac disease.
"I have been gluten free for 3 years now and I feel good and see a huge difference in my health."
5-Star Kindle Book Review of Pat's Latest Book "Eating & Living Gluten-Free... The Official Guide..." - NOTE: BOOK NO LONGER OFFERED ON KINDLE!
Always love seeing menu plans!! Great ideas! Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest!Cindy (Vegetarian Mamma)
Hope that your week is fantastic!
Cindy from vegetarianmamma.com
Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan For the Week of May 5, 2013
This is a very knowledgeable book from someone who has obviously learned a lot in her struggle with gluten intolerance. I highly recommend it for anyone beginning their journey into a gluten free life. I would also recommend it for anyone who is already living gluten free but would like more help in the practical side of how to do so. A must read!Angeline
Amazon Kindle Review of "Eating & Living a Gluten-Free Diet..." No Longer Available On Kindle