Bread Sticks

Bread Sticks

Here is a modified version of Carol Fenster’s recipe from Gluten-Free Quick & Easy. The first time I tried the recipe I made it as is. The bread sticks turned out great and were gone in a jiffy (the recipe didn’t make enough for our family). This recipe doubles the ingredients, and while the original […]

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Celiac Disease Drug Gets Positive Results

There are currently two drugs that are being developed in the hope of helping people with celiac disease. The first, AT1001, is the drug that was used in the trial in which I participated in 2006. Trials are still ongoing and are conducted by Alba Therapeutics. The second drug is ALV003 for which Alvine Pharmaceuticals […]

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Gluten-Free Cookbook Giveaway

This giveaway has ended. Having a giveaway sounds like lots of fun so I thought I’d give it a try. I love to help people discover that a gluten-free diet can be delicious, and if you already know that, I’d love to help you discover more great recipes. I’m eager for as many people as […]

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Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance, or Wheat Allergy?

Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and wheat allergy are all conditions that lead people to eat a gluten-free diet. While the diet is the same (mostly), there are differences among the conditions. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease. When gluten is ingested, the immune system triggers an attack on the person’s own body, specifically the small […]

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Why I Don’t Menu Plan

I have done menu planning before, and I will probably do it again. Right now, though, I don’t do it. I have spent weeks thinking that I should get back to it, but I have finally decided that I’m not going to. At least not right now. Here’s why. It works for me. I’ve done […]

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U of MD Accomodates Celiac Students

For those of you who might be interested, here is a link to an article about celiac students eating in the dining halls at the University of Maryland. There are 25 celiacs who eat there, and the university has installed a dedicated freezer with gluten-free food in each of the two dining halls. They are […]

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