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Use It or Lose It Stir-Fry

Use it or Lose it Stir-Fry One complaint I often hear about gluten free food is that it is expensive. That is true, but I want to address another issue that makes your food cost too much. Waste. It is estimated that the average American family wastes $2,275 worth of food each year. See this article for more information . Imagine the gluten free treats you could buy with that much money.Determined to stop food waste at my house, I made up a stir fry I am sharing this week. With this recipe (if you can call it that) I am trying to demonstrate several things: good gluten free dinners can be made with ordinary, cheap ingredients, it is easy...

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Salt Lake City Gluten Free Expo October 11, 2014

The nation’s largest gluten free consumer event will be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in Sandy, Utah at the South Towne Expo Center (9575 S. State St., Sandy, UT). We are thrilled to be attending for our third year to help spread the word about our amazing products, and how they can benefit those who eat gluten free.This year we will be in booth 412, with samples of ALL of our products! The Creamy Mushroom will be made up in a sauce served over quinoa in our popular quinoa salad. The Creamy Chicken will be served hot over rice as our fan favorite chicken gravy. The Alfredo will be mixed in with a cilantro chili hummus and the Tomato...

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A Gluten and Dairy Free Decision

I decided I should go gluten/dairy free on a Saturday morning. I determined to begin on the following Monday. Monday dawned with me having taken no special preparation. I did have gluten free flour and my cream soup mixes, but they were the only specifically gluten free items I had on hand. I was sure that there would be things that surprised me about living gluten free even though I know how to cook gf and read labels well. The first day breakfast was a snap. I had homemade almond milk left from my experiments for the blog. I had leftover hard boiled eggs from Easter and hash-browns in the freezer. I added a piece of fruit and my breakfast...

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