20 March 2013

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 March 20, 2013
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Passover Product Roundup

One of my favorite times of the year is Passover – when new gluten-free products tend to flood onto store shelves. Three local supermarkets in my area had truly amazing Passover sections this year and all were larger than previous years – heck, one market has two full aisles and stand-alone displays set up well in advance of Passover.

3 January 2013

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 January 3, 2013
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Bella Lucia Gluten Free Pizzelles

I always love it when I have those cartoon porn gluten-free ah-ha moments when I come across a gluten-free version of an item I had enjoyed prior to my Celiac diagnosis. A recent visit to a D.C. area Wegmans yielded these sweet little treats from Bella Lucia.

23 November 2012

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 November 23, 2012
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Les Recettes de Celiane Batonnets Chocolat au Lait

Another Geneva, Switzerland find that I brought back with me were these delectable milk chocolate fingers or Bâtonnets Chocolat au Lait (sounds more appealing in French). Now first off, Céliane is an actual person who was born with a gluten intolerance adult anime who, according to the product back story, wanted to create a range of delicious products to share with the public…

21 November 2012

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 November 21, 2012
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New Products Reviewed: Schaer Meranetti and Cioccolini

I picked these sweet treats up in Geneva, Switzerland at the Urban Bio Market – a great health food store that has an impressive selection of gluten-free items as well. I immediately noticed the familiar Schär yellow packaging on the shelf so thought I would try some of their products that are not available in the United States…

11 September 2012

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 September 11, 2012
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Galbusera Zero Grano Plus con Gocce di Puro Cioccolato

Another Italian gluten-free find from my excursion to Arthur Avenue here in New York City was these Galbusera Zero Grano Plus con Gocce di Puro Cioccolato cookies. These come in six portion controlled individual bags which makes indulging a little less guilt-ridden…