celiacandthebeast:

 ”Allergy” seems to be the only thing that gets servers’ attention…so I tell people it’s okay to use it. Smartly. 

WHEN SOMEONE ASSUMES GLUTEN FREE = I CAN’T HAVE DAIRY

wheniwentglutenfree:

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Or meat:

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Or POTATOES:

girlsgoneglutenfree:

udis-glutenfree:

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Remember! Companies can change their ingredients without notice, so always double check labels!!

girlsgoneglutenfree:

udis-glutenfree:

What is your favorite #Easter treat!? Hop on over to the to our Facebook page for a great #GlutenFree Easter & Passover Candy List!

Remember! Companies can change their ingredients without notice, so always double check labels!!

glutenfreefoodporn:

This is great

veganfeelsgood:

{Steamed apple • cinnamon • peanut butter • raisin}

veganfeelsgood:

{Steamed apple • cinnamon • peanut butter • raisin}

Making gluten free food that tastes good is the actual hunger games

piecesinprogress:

This lunch came out so delicious that, after trying it the first time, I made a second batch the next day! I used Cava hummus which is lower calorie & fat (I found it in my local whole foods) but if you can’t find it just use your favorite brand (and add about 30 calories to the nutrition). Also feel free to swap the veggies for your personal favorites! One of the great things about this recipe, besides how incredibly delicious & healthy it is, is how easy it is to make. Just roast veggies, cook quinoa, & layer up! (If you do eat meat grilled chicken would probably go really well in this too).

For more healthy, easy grab & go lunches go here! :)

no-more-ramen:

a lot of bullion contains some form of gluten. It can be really hard to avoid, but there’s a great thing called Better Than Bullion! It’s essentially a small jar of bullion paste, and it comes in a pretty wide variety! They also have organic, vegetarian, kosher, and low sodium varieties! They…

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Positivity Days #7 & #8

Day 7

  • Went for my Sunday coffee at Collectivo and found out that they now have flourless cookies
  • Got my resume all cleaned up
  • Wrote a cover letter with my man’s help
  • Went to Church

Day 8

  • Slept in a little bit
  • Got an e-mail about a possible job/school combination
  • It’s a short week because of Easter