Okay, I admit that it’s been a couple of weeks since we did serious grocery shopping so the cupboard was a little bare. But I thought I could successfully create supper from a can of salmon and a bag of frozen peas. I did create supper. And it wasn’t a total fail. But you just… Continue reading Gluten Free Salmon Patties
Over the past few months I’ve learned many things about living gluten free, not the least of which is that learning to bake gluten free takes patience and a sense of humor. Thankfully I have both where baking is concerned. These photos are items I made for Christmas.
Shannon Brown started a new website dedicated to gluten-free living in December. Though her site is only a month old, it’s already one of my favorites. Over Christmas I tried the recipe for Magic Oat Bars from her December 17 post. The family loved them. Check out Enjoying Gluten-Free Life.
One of the first websites I discovered when I decided to try a gluten-free diet a few months ago was Gluten Free on a Shoestring by Nicole Hunn. Her cookbook by the same name is the first gluten-free cookbook I bought as well. I’ve tried several of her recipes and find them easy to follow and… Continue reading Gluten Free Friday
In working on meeting my goal of blogging three times a week, I’ve been trying to think of possible themes for certain days. For instance, I think Fridays will become “Gluten Free Friday.” My plan is to blog routinely each Monday, Wednesday, Friday. I just can’t come up with a theme for Mondays and Wednesdays… Continue reading Thoughts of Themes
Sunday after church we went to eat at a local restaurant. I thought I was reading the menu carefully. Clearly, I was wrong. In October I removed gluten from my diet in a kind of experiment after my mother received test results indicating a gluten allergy. I didn’t think it would amount to anything. I… Continue reading I Got Glutened
After just about a month of living gluten-free I can promise you that I never want to eat gluten again. Wow-wow-wow! What a difference in how I feel. The best part for me is that I can write again. I can think again. My husband appreciates that I’m much less irritable. 🙂 Two of my… Continue reading Gluten Free Update
One amazing result of eating gluten-free is that I can write again. The brain fog is gone. I no longer feel like my brain held prisoner in a land of shadows. So, I’m writing again. I’m writing a lot. And that TOTALLY ROCKS!
About two weeks ago I learned my Mom has some food allergies. Most of them pretty mild, but one not quite so mild jumped out at me-gluten. I’ve been hearing more about gluten-free diets and how much better those choosing that way of eating feel. I was a skeptic. Not any more. I’ve been gluten-free… Continue reading Gluten Free Me