Even if you don’t suffer from Celiac Disease, you still might avoid gluten for health reasons or simply for taste reasons. Luckily, there are plenty of recipes out there for gluten-free goodies. Many people believe that avoiding gluten can also help with ADHD, Autism, and other illnesses. Others with no health problems at all report that they have increased energy and health by adopting a gluten-free diet. Here are some resources to check out if you’re thinking about this lifestyle.
This is not only a website that provides recipes that are gluten free, it also offers gluten-free products that you can order. Beth Hillson, a food writer and chef, founded the company to make it easier for people who live a gluten free lifestyle to find the resources they need. This site offers great gluten free brand names, fantastic recipes, and meal helpers that make gluten free cooking and baking a breeze.
>>Gluten Free – glutenfree.com
Ross and Kay Cohen started this site to help people navigate a gluten-free world. They have developed a gluten-free restaurant guide, they’ve compiled grocery guides, and they provide recipes on their blog. Granted, you have to pay for the restaurant guide and for the grocery guide, but if you’re serious about this process it can’t hurt to have a resource you can carry around with you.
>>Triumph Dining – triumphdining.com
Yes, it’s the website to a magazine. But what a magazine it is. It offers recipes, restaurant information, and updated information about celiac disease and other gluten intolerance, and the website offers supplementary information. So, even thought it is a magazine website, it still gives you the basic information you need to start living gluten-free, plus lots of other valuable information.
>>Gluten Free Living – glutenfreeliving.com
The Gluten Free Mommy offers recipes for everything from entrees to desserts, and has a pretty impressive blogroll that gives you lots of other gluten-free resources. There is a glaring lack of an “About Me” page, so I can’t tell you anything about Natalie, but she’s created a robust and helpful site.
>>Gluten Free Mommy – glutenfreemommy.com
I’ve got to admit. I’ve got a big old blog crush on Karina Allrich. She is a lovely writer, poet, artist, and she provides a great amount of gluten-free recipes and vegetarian recipes. She’s such a great writer. I sort of cried when I read her “meet me” page. So, there’s that. I guess I saved the best for last, because not only are the recipes sorted by type of food, they’re also sorted by season, and she’s included all sorts of tips and tricks to make your gluten-free food extra healthy and tasty.
>>Gluten Free Goddess – glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com
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