So you’ve made the switch. You’re gluten-free and life is good, or at least getting better. That’s great! Congratulations! But now you’re looking at your first dinner over at someone else’s house. Aunt Sally wants you to come over, or
I had a very Walton-esque childhood, full of love, fun, adventure, great friends, escapades and good ole school discipline when we got caught. Clearly a paramount memory is the literally amazing home cooked meals that were prevalent three times a day.
The gluten-free diet has grown into a national movement and is only getting more popular. It’s estimated that less than 1% of Americans have celiac disease, and about 6% have a non-celiac gluten sensitivity – so why is the gluten-free
The best way to survive on the gluten-free diet is to eat as many natural, healthy foods as possible. But, if you’re like us, sometimes you just need a big burger! Unfortunately, most restaurants don’t offer gluten-free menu items. That’s