There are many different approaches to eating… Low-carb, paleo, Atkins, whole foods, real foods, raw and many, many more. And of course a Gluten-Free Diet.
One of the nice things about a many of these different approaches to eating is that they are often interchangeable with each other. I personally like to intermix Paleo and Low-Carb with my “foundational” Guten-Free approach to eating.
For instance, in this week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu I have three paleo and several low-carb dinners planned…
As I guess you probably figured out after last week’s menu plan, I just love summer…especially from a cooking standpoint.
This week’s Gluten-Free Diet Menu Plan is in “Lock Step” with last week.
Right now, summer produce is reaching its height of production around here in northeast Ohio. This week we’ve had marvelous things like fresh, garden salads, corn on the cob and…
Summer is a time for celebrations and special family togetherness…
… It’s warm, humid and maybe even punctuated by a quick afternoon thunder shower or two.
Special meals and picnics, sparklers and fireworks, vacations and trips to the mountains, beaches and grandma’s house are perfect for bringing out the best summertime has to offer. And, one way you can add to the celebration is by using colors to enhance your meals to make them exciting and enjoyable!
So, this week, I’m going to make my gluten-free menu plan shine by celebrating summer with…
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Posted by Pat - August 5, 2013 at 11:24 am
Categories: Gluten-Free, Menu Plans for the Week Tags: gluten-free diet, gluten-free menu, gluten-free recipe, gluten-free recipes, menu plan, paleo diet, Wheat-free, wheat-free diet, wheat-free recipes, whole foods
Feeding a family where not everyone eats gluten-free may seem a little intimidating for a cook, but there are plenty of dishes to cook that everyone can enjoy. Actually, one of the easiest tips for finding gluten-free food for yourself is one that also works for feeding a mixed group, and that is to select from whole foods.
Whole foods are an excellent beginning to make everyone happy since there’s no concern about hidden ingredients that might be bad for the gluten intolerant or gluten sensitive. Buying food that is unprocessed and naturally raised — those would be whole foods – makes it easy to tell what is gluten-free since there are no hidden ingredients.
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Posted by Pat - July 24, 2013 at 4:38 pm
Categories: Gluten-Free, Menu Plans for the Week Tags: gluten-free diet, gluten-free diet menu plan, gluten-free menu, gluten-free menu plan, gluten-free recipes, menu plan, paleo diet, Wheat-free, wheat-free recipes, whole foods