Celiac disease AND gluten! We have all heard of it these days but living with it can be difficult ... very difficult ... especially if you are newly diagnosed. Eight years ago our family discovered one of us had celiac disease … aka me! It can present itself at any stage in a person’s … Continue reading Celiac Disease: this is why we should talk about it.
Thin and light Crepes for breakfast that are so easy to roll and wrap, without falling apart. Amazing for gluten free ... right! Having celiac disease, it's always good to eat more fruits and vegetables to nourish that gut health and it makes the stomach feel so much better. This recipe is adding a few … Continue reading Breakfast Crêpes ~ gluten free
It's a long time since I’ve eaten a gluten free bagel and I am excited to share this recipe. These bagels satisfy that sweet craving you sometimes need. Sweet from the cinnamon sugar topping, plus the raisins ... then a little tangy from the sourdough. Once you add the cream cheese it's divine! Ingredients … Continue reading GF Sourdough Bagels ~ with cinnamon and raisins
There is nothing like the smell of bread baking and lately it's been a weekly aroma, wafting out of the kitchen. Even the yeasty sourdough fermenting on the bench smells so good. Here is the latest gluten free sourdough bread recipe that I have been working with. It lasts for about a week for one … Continue reading Multi Flour Sourdough – Gluten Free
This fish and chip restaurant in Peachland has the freshest fish and the most amazing gluten free batter with a dedicated gluten free fryer. It's is a small place with a limited number of tables and is family owned. A member in the family that works in the shop also has celiac disease, so we … Continue reading Ships Ahoy Peachland
May this new year bring you loads of happiness and great things! I don't know about you, but after all the heavy meals over the Christmas holidays ... it's time for a lighter dish. This one is a nice combination of protein, light carbohydrates and lots of fibre. A tasty and satiating meal that is … Continue reading Pumpkin and Pomegranate Salad
This is a favourite recipe that was often made at home, when we were kids. Modified to suit our gluten free diet. Basic ingredients with the taste of cardamom, cinnamon and the chunks of pears, mixed with a heavy ginger hit. Yum!! To make this vegan. Replace the egg with another tablespoon of chia seeds … Continue reading Ginger Pear Cake