Cooked Versus Raw Vegetables

I’ve done a little reading about this topic, and you can find pretty strong opinions, especially on the side of raw food.  The question I’m addressing here is not which is more appealing, but which is healthier.   I think that question can be looked at from two aspects:  which is the most digestible and which  […]

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Multi-Purpose Pastry Dough

Pastry Dough Collage

“That’s the ultimate recipe!”  Those were the words of my son when he realized I was using this gluten-free pastry dough recipe to make several delicious foods.  I’ll show you one of them here, but more ideas will be coming.  Here’s a teaser: This is not a typical pastry dough.  For one, it’s gluten free, […]

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Allergy Grocer Giveaway

Allergy Grocer,  originally known as Miss Roben’s has always been one of my favorite companies from which to purchase gluten-free ingredients and mixes.  Last year they went out of business, but I was thrilled to learn they have reopened.  They have an updated and easy to use web site, with an About Us page you […]

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Gluten-Free Wednesdays 3-24-10

Thanks for visiting Gluten-Free Wednesdays where we share gluten-free eating ideas.  I usually share a dinner idea, but with the gluten-free muffin challenge coming up on April 7th, I decided to submit a muffin recipe this week.  Last week we also had a couple of muffin entries. Nutrient Packed Mini Muffins from Domestic Productions and […]

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Chocolate Chip Nut Muffins

Chocolate Chip Muffin Cut

March is going by quickly.  I hope you all are working on a muffin recipe to link to for Gluten-Free Wednesday on April 7.  If you’re new here, please read about my create a gluten-free muffin challenge. Keeping with that theme, I have another muffin recipe for you this week.  The recipe uses sorghum flour, […]

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What is a Vegetable?

You’ve probably heard it said that a tomato is not a vegetable, it’s a fruit.  Botanically speaking, it is a fruit, but from a culinary viewpoint, it is a vegetable. It is joined by a number of other botanical fruits which we consider to be vegetables: cucumber squash zucchini pumpkin peppers eggplant tomatillos christophene (which […]

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