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Six months after the arrival of our third son, Andrew, I became severely ill and was eventually diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. After suffering from the terrible side effects of steroids, antibiotics, and immunosuppressant drug therapy, I decided to do some research of my own and I soon discovered that my symptoms could be controlled simply by the food I put in my body. I've been gluten free since then and have never looked back. Read more...
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Share This rich chocolate pudding is made with only four ingredients ~ cocoa powder, cashews, water, and honey. A quick blitz in the blender and voila! Pudding in minutes…. Free of refined sugars and dairy, this no cook, raw pudding … Continue reading
Share As I have shared before, braising is one of my favorite ways to prepare meat. It becomes succulent and tender, making the meat just fall off the bone. Short ribs are fairly inexpensive and are a wonderful meat to … Continue reading
Share I love making galettes. Simple to prepare and impressive to guests. You can fill it with whatever fruit is in season. Right now peaches are so ripe and sweet, making it the perfect fruit for this gluten free galette. … Continue reading
Share This simple recipe makes a delightful breakfast treat or even qualifies as a dessert in this household. Figs are in season right now, so take full advantage of their availability and freshness. Not only are they sweet and delicious, they … Continue reading