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Golden Turmeric Rice dish

This recipe is a delicious and fairly easy recipe to make.  My family loved it when I made it for them. I got the recipe from my produce delivery Company. Klesick Farms is where the recipe came from, and they adapted it from www.finecooking.com.  When I made it, I made my own variations which gave…

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How is it, we keep making the same Mistakes? Stay on target with Celiac Disease!

I guess it happens all the time, doesn’t it!  I fall into the same trap every time. What am I talking about?  Getting into Gluten through supplements.  Having Celiac disease doesn’t exclude you from needing supplements, in fact because most of us with this disease suffer from malabsorption. An inability to digest and absorb nutrients which can…

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Gluten free Daikon Radish Salad

This very refreshing, crunchy, and slightly tangy Asian -inspired recipe is very good and quite simple to make. This recipe was shared with me from my Produce delivery folks from Klesick Farms.  Included in my delivery of fresh fruits and vegetables each week are recipe ideas from them. This is one that I really enjoy…

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Radio interview with Nutritionist Karl Mincin on Food Allergies

  This is a radio interview with Nutritionist Karl Mincin discussing food allergies and reactions to foods we eat. If you suffer from Gluten free issues as well as non Gluten free issues, or food allergies, you may find this radio interview helpful.  He discusses common food allergies as well.  Be well, and lets thrive instead of…

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Choose TWO Nutrient Quick Tests FREE

Choose TWO Nutrient Quick Tests FREE  Zinc Tally Taste Test  Calcium Balance BPCC more accurate bone density  Iron Indicators pre-screen the necessity for blood testing  Vitamin C Tissue Level (saliva)  Potassium Adequacy (taste test)  B-Vitamin Examination (B2+B6 or B12+Folate)  Iodine Skin Patch Test  Vitamin D Joint Popping…

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Establishing NUTRITIONAL Baselines

Establishing NUTRITIONAL Baselines Adapted from Lindsey Duncan, C.N. by Karl J. Mincin, Clinical Nutritionist   WHAT IS A NUTRITIONAL BASELINE? Discovering your nutritional baseline might be the single most important step you take to improving your health. A nutritional baseline is a whole-body assessment of your specific health status and needs. It is designed to…

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gluten free rotisserie chicken

Gluten Free Rotisserie Chicken Dinner

  Check out this video of a gluten free rotisserie chicken dinner.

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Gluten Intolerance Symptoms

I went to make breakfast today, and couldn’t figure out why I was getting gluten intolerance symptoms again. Symptoms of getting into gluten like gas, bloating, the blues, rashes, numbness and tingling in my hands, pain and swelling in the joints, brain fog, and more. Oh brother, there’s quite a list. I have heard that…

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Gluten Free New England Corn Chowder!

New England Corn Chowdah! Here is a recipe a friend of mine from Texas sent to me. She happened to be making it one day,and shared it on face book with her friends. I saw it, and asked her if she minded if I shared it on my blog, converting it to Gluten free. She…

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Gluten free Honey, Dijon and Balsamic dressing

I recently had guests over for dinner. I made a Gluten free lasagna, and one of my friends (who also is Gluten free), brought a salad, with a homemade Gluten free dressing.  I really liked it, and so did others. Its easy and quick to make. Here is the homemade dressing she brought: Ingredients: 1-cup of Olive…

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Creamy Cucumber dressing

Recently, I decided to share homemade recipes for salad dressing.  Not just to ensure Gluten free , I needed some ideas on salad dressings that are also made with the right types of fats, and not so much sugar, sodium or additives.  A lot of dressings you find in the store can contain too much sodium…

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Gluten Free Veal Piccata

Veal Piccata is something my family made once in a while, when I was growing up.  It was more popular back then probably because it was so good, and it was cultural. I’m not sure why we don’t see as much of it today, but it’s still a favorite of my family . Due to…

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Gluten Free Veal Parmesan with Meatballs in Marinara Sauce

Italian Veal or Chicken Parmesan with meatballs and marinara dinner! In this recipe I often use boneless chicken breast in place of veal if I can’t find the veal. The recipe would be exactly the same with chicken instead of veal. On Christmas day this year I made both along with Italian meatballs on the…

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The frustrations of true Celiac disease and the complications that arise from it.

Ever feel Frustrated with this disease?  Well, crap, I do!  And it’s hard because I’m such a social person who likes to have a good time. I grew up in a family of really great Italian cooks, and we loved to cook and eat together. Loved the social gatherings!     But…………..  there’s that darn but!  There’s…

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Gluten Free Mexican Turkey Lasagna

A friend of mine came to visit to help me one evening, and I asked her if she could surprise me with a new idea for a Gluten free recipe. Here’s what she came up with. It was delicious and not hard to make. So here is Summer Myers and her recipe. Most people look…

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