How to make all the standard Thanksgiving dishes gluten and dairy free.
I thought I’d share more about how to make “slow” work for you when you’re eating to improve your health.
by Janelle Holden I sometimes have a client who resists food journaling, and I can understand why. At some point, they were asked to keep a food journal for their doctor, or naturopath, or even just for themselves, and it became a tool to try to eat perfectly. Or, it was a tool to track […]
Written by Janelle Holden Every Sunday, I clean out my refrigerator. I pull all of the items out, wipe down the inside with soap and water, get rid of anything that looks like it’s gone bad, and reorganize. It takes me about 30 minutes to do and sets me up for a great food week. Does […]
Re-published from the FDA’s Consumer Health Information Bulletin People with celiac disease can now have confidence in the meaning of a “gluten-free” label on foods. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a final rule that defines what characteristics a food has to have to bear a label that proclaims it “gluten- free.” The rule […]
Written by Janelle Holden I was listening to The Splendid Tablethis morning on NPR when I learned something new and different about tacos. In fresh Tex-Mex cooking “puffy tacos” are made from traditional ground corn flour (called masa), rolled out to tortilla size, and then fried to the perfect puffiness in a pan. They aren’t hard […]
Written by Janelle Holden A few years ago, when I was new to the whole gluten-free world, I was sitting in the Denver airport, doing what I call my “despairering.” I was hungry. I couldn’t find anything to eat that was gluten-free. And I was watching the woman sitting next to me stuff her […]
You’ve just had your favorite gluten-free meal.Maybe it’s the barbecued chicken with the potato salad that reminds you of your mom’s, or a quinoa pasta with marinara sauce, or even just a simple salad with a homemade vinaigrette.And you’re feeling satisfied … maybe even great. Your plate is empty. Your tummy is happy. Until … […]
Written by Janelle Holden I can literally say that these pancakes gave me hope. Hope that the impossible can happen, even in my kitchen. Hope for the parallel universe of food that I live in. Hope that I have stumbled onto a new baking formula that even the pickiest of eaters will adore. Let me be […]
Written by Marilee Emerson There are times in life when you make a discovery that you just can’t NOT share. This is true for me and sun-butter. Last year, my friend Janelle said two magical words and I become instantly curious: Sun. Butter. “What is sun butter?” She explained that sun butter is a sunflower seed butter that […]