Archive for August, 2011


Gluten Free Food Labeling Requirements

This artice is re-printed from CBS News. (CBS News) Gluten-free food has become popular and profitable — but sometimes products labeled “gluten free” — aren’t. Now, the Food and Drug Administration is preparing strict new standards – and that’s a relief for people who are allergic to gluten. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano reported Jennifer […]

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Muriel’s – New Orleans, LA

Before my wife was diagnosed with celiac disease, we seemed to plan our vacations around what we wanted to eat. After the diagnosis, nothing changed except what we wanted to eat! Gluten free New Orleans here we come! Planning a trip to the New Orleans French Quarter around gluten free dining choices seemed impossible. We found that […]

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What Is Gluten?

What Is Gluten? By Mike Hunter Gluten is a protein molecule commonly found in grains like rye, wheat, and barley. Found in almost every variety of bread, cereal, or grain. Most types of bread contain this protein. The exceptions to the gluten in food rule are grains like wild rice, corn, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, quinoa, […]

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Fried Butter on a Stick

The fried butter on a stick at the Iowa State Fair has got to be one of the strangest foods that I have seen. Lets watch the video about this unusual fair food and then talk about how to make it gluten free. Now that you have the concept of fried butter on a stick, […]

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Naked Pizza – New Orleans, LA

During our recent visit to New Orleans we discovered a pizza place named “Naked Pizza”. On their online menu, they had a gluten free pizza listed. On our way out of town, we decided to stop in and see what Naked Pizza was all about. The store only offers takeout and limited delivery so don’t plan […]

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