Pressure Cooker Pea Soup

Split Pea Soup

I have never liked peas. The frozen baby peas were tolerable, but that’s it. No big mushy peas for this girl. When I got married, I learned that my husband loved split pea soup. To me, that was the worst possible way to eat them and certainly the worst way to cook them. If you […]

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Uno’s Offers Gluten-Free Pizza Nationwide

SinceI was away last week this news is a bit old, but if you haven’t heard, I think it’s exciting. Uno’s Chicago Grill had such a good response to their gluten-free pizza trial that they are now offering it nationwide. The pizza is available in cheese and pepperoni. I plan on giving it a try […]

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Celiac News Article with Dr. Fasano

The Baltimore Examiner ran an article last week, Doctor unraveling mystery of celiac disease, which I thought was worth reading. One topic discussed is the difference between celiac disease, allergy, and intolerance. In comparing celiac disease to wheat allergy Dr. Fasano says, “Treatment is more than saying, “You have to avoid the food that contains […]

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Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Living Resources

I have mentioned this before, but it’s worth mentioning again. The Children’s Digestive Health and Nutrition Foundation web site has some useful resources. Here are several. This 32 page slide presentation is full of pictures, charts, and information about celiac disease. It was used by Dr. Fasano when I heard him speak several months ago, […]

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Articles on Grains and Celiac Disease

During my break I thought I would provide you with some reading material. I have not read these articles entirely (at least not recently), so I can’t vouch for whether all the information is current. They were written by a retired research chemist who worked for the Agricultural Research Service, and I believe they are […]

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Gluten-Free Grain Nutrition Facts

Periodically I like looking over the nutritional information of various grains. It reminds me that variety is always a good thing, and sometimes it encourages me to try something new. I included wheat (which is not gluten-free) for comparison sake. This is a basic chart which does not include vitamin facts. I’ll provide links below […]

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