Many people need to eat Gluten Free. Whether they are just gluten intolerant, or if they have celiac’s disease……it’s VERY important that they follow a gluten free diet. Following that diet can be somewhat of a challenge since gluten (the tough, viscid, nitrogenous substance remaining when the flour of wheat or other grain is washed to remove the starch.) is found in just about everything.
My sister inlaw, Debbie………Hi Debbie……..she recently found out she has Celiac’s disease. With her recent move to Chicago, she was lucky enough to be asked to be on the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center’s board of directors. She thinks my little blog has a lot of influence, so she asked if I’d spread the awareness. Of course!! Not sure how much influence I have, but I’m always happen to help out with family…….and I’m sure she’ll think I’m pretty cool for doing so. She doesn’t have a blog…….yet..so I found this one.
This site offers wonderful Gluten Free Recipes.
Mmmmm They make ALL their photos look SO good. They make eating look normal. So if you’re struggling with gluten free or thinking about it. This site would be very helpful. It would probably be healthier for all of us to limit the amount of gluten anyway.
I really enjoyed reading how they describe the food they’re making. “They have a tender crumb, without a touch of the hippy denseness of whole-grain gluten muffins. These muffins sing.”
She tried this recipe from Dorie Greenspan.
Isn’t it gorgeous?! She has SO many more recipes on her site. I love how easy it is to navigate and find what you need quickly. You guys were AWESOME in leaving Monday’s feature a slew of comments. Thank you!
To read more information about Celiacs disease and Gluten Free, please visit the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. If you’re in the Chicago area, you won’t want to miss their Spring event, May 6th. Over 30 restaurants will provide samples of their gluten free menus. No worries of getting sick.