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I received a tip that gluten free Subway sandwiches might be ending. So I looked into it….
From gluten free topics in the media to arsenic in rice, we list off the top gluten free stories of 2013!
Cast your vote on the top gluten free news stories of 2013: FDA labeling, drama in the media, Girl Scout cookies, CSA & Omission Beer and more…. So much news, so little time…
Check out this list of celiac and gluten free organizations that could use your donation.
Here are some quick ideas to get through the holiday hustle and bustle and safely gluten free.
Gluten made history in Google searches in 2013
When you’re gluten free and go out to breakfast, there aren’t many options other than eggs. Then we tried our local Original Pancake House.
Experts in gluten sensitivity comment on a report possibly linking GMOs and GS
I am in the middle of paradise. Just after Thanksgiving wrapped up, my husband and I took off for Roatan, an island off Honduras, for a scuba diving trip. Now before you say to yourself, I didn’t know Amy was a scuba diver, I am not. We’ll technically I am, but it really is not for me. So I left 20 degree weather in Minnesota to come with my husband to support his diving habit, soak up some sun and relax for a week. We are staying at CoCoView Resort in Roatan. It is a resort geared toward the scuba diving experience. I feel like it is an adult campground: rustic, a mess hall/club house with ping pong, pool, board games, a bar and more. Then many different places to stay like cabanas over the water. Now as you know, my daughter has celiac disease, I do not. Since she is not here, I have not worried about the food. But when I came down for breakfast this morning, I saw a plastic cereal container with the gluten-free Rice Krispies box logo taped on it. Hmm. It got me thinking about their […]