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17 May 2015

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 May 17, 2015
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The Best Little GF Chinese

*+-One of the biggest sinking moments that I had when I received my celiac diagnosis was the eventual realization, that at that point in time, there would no longer be any Chinese food in my foreseeable future. My diagnosis came when gluten-free options were few and far between and quite frankly more often than not – not worth the effort to seek out.

19 January 2015

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 January 19, 2015
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Swoffle Stroopwafel

*+-It is no surprise that I have a tremendous sweet tooth so when Swoffle reached out to me to try their gluten-free Stroopwafel I said yes without hesitation.  Now I think that the company was surprised that I actually knew what A Stroopwafel was and I was over the moon because I have not had one since my pre-celiac diagnosis days when I lived in Europe as a teen.

25 September 2014

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 September 25, 2014
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White Girl Salsa

White Girl Salsa Review

*+-I am so excited to finally get this review up. It has been a long-time in the making but this summer was a bit crazy from a scheduling standpoint. So, let’s file this under the better late than never category. The last Food Fête that I attended yielded many new gluten-free finds but there was a true standout among all the brands that were displaying their wares…

4 September 2014

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 September 4, 2014
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Le Mirador Kempinski

Vive la Suisse.

*+-You might have noticed that I have not posted in a while but with a busy summer, posting took a bit of a back seat — but fear not. As I type this I am enjoying two wonderfully luxurious gluten-free weeks in Switzerland and I have been taking copious notes and photos to share upon my return. I will be updating my Gluten-Free Guide to the Swiss Riviera…

1 May 2014

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 May 1, 2014
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Celiac Awareness Month

Celiac Awareness Month

*+-Ah, May. The trees are beginning to bloom, the tulips and daffodils begin to pop, and warm(er) weather hints that the worst of winter is now but a fading memory. It is also apropos that May just happens to be National Celiac Awareness month – since so many celiacs tend to view their diagnoses as a renewal or new beginning.

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