Tag Archive | Gluten-Free
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Day two of 30 and so now it makes 29 days until the Whole 30 is complete. You may be experiencing withdrawals, headaches, body aches, melancholy, and just a general “Change isn’t worth it” attitude. Trust me, it is worth every moment. Changes have been my life. I went from being an southern Illinois farm […]
Researching! Always! On a health journey. I was glutened this weekend and suffered dearly. The restaurant is local and trying to make it so we thought we would investigate. Unfortunately, even after questioning, warning, and hearing the ingredients I was sick within an hour of eating. It lasted for almost 2 days. Yet, I am […]
Perhaps this Friday is not the day you had hoped it would be. Guess what, that’s alright! Often Friday is the last day of the work week for many, but it may be the middle of some work weeks or the beginning. We need to look at each day as a beginning of a wonderful […]
This post comes with a warning. This is about what works for my family, it may not work for you, but I hope you will read this thoroughly before you judge. I have been diagnosed with severe, not mild, Celiac Disease. The way I eat determines my quality of life and longevity. I also love […]
Yesterday was a Quiche kind of day! I call it my “what’s left in the kitchen” pie. Of course it is gluten-free. But let me back up a little. In one of my latest blogs I listed books I feel everyone should read. One was Beatrice Peltre’s LA TARTINE GOURMANDE 2011 by Roost Books. It […]