Posted 23 June 2011 - 01:36 AM
Breads, I found a bread named Ezekiel. It is usually found in the frozen section, and it is sprouted grains and higher in fiber
What kind of foods are you looking for specifically?
Posted 23 June 2011 - 02:23 AM
Posted 28 June 2011 - 04:08 AM
My local store carries these products, so i looked them up and BAM!
Above are recipes I will try and post about.
Great places to buy food online Gluten free
Posted 10 July 2011 - 06:45 PM
In terms of recipes, so far, I really like to make rice and beans at home, since they're really healthy. I saute frozen corn, chopped onion, kidney or black beans, olive oil, and taco seasoning in a frying pan and serve it with rice. It tastes really good!
Posted 28 August 2011 - 06:04 PM
I'm a newbie here, I'm also a nutrition nerd, a personal trainer and a fellow gluten-free-er!
I eat a Paleo diet that was made famous by Dr Loren Cordain. There are a billion (maybe a slight over-exaggeration) websites that will give examples of diets that are completely glutn free.
The best website I have found is www.everydaypaleo.com. Sarah, who runs the website, is a mum to three little dudes so cooking is obviously made for a family and made quickly. The recipes she manages to come up with are quick, easy and delicious (which is the main thing because, lets face it, all the foods without gluten are pretty bland!)
Mark Sisson, Robb Wolf and Charles Poliquin are also good for gluten free recipes, but the afformentioned website is definately the best website I've found.
Hope this helps!
- Allen H. Neuharth
Posted 10 February 2012 - 03:26 AM
Someone already mentioned Glutino, and I have to agree that they make fantastic gluten free pizzas.
Here are a couple of websites with gluten free recipes (I haven't actually tried most of them because I don't cook much, but a lot of the recipes look like they could be really good):
There are a few chain restaurants that I know for sure have gluten free menus: Pizzeria Uno, Olive Garden, Bonefish Grill, Outback Steakhouse, P.F. Changs. I'm sure there are more but those are the only ones I know off the top of my head.
Also for anyone in or visiting the New York/Pennsylvania area, Wegman's has awesome gluten free sections at least in all the stores near me and the ones my grandma goes to, plus if you go to their website they actually have a list of all the gluten free items in the store.
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