Today is 3-14, also known as Pi Day! Pi is the Greek symbol used to represent a constant, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, which is approximately 3.14159*. If you are like me and math isn’t your thing, celebrate Pi Day with gluten-free pie.
Grandma’s Pumpkin Pie <—Jon [...]
Did you catch my review of Turbana Plantain Chips over on Celiac-Disease.com? If not, you are missing out! What a great way to add some flair to boring and routine snacks!
The plantain chips come in six different varieties:
Lime Chile Lime Sweet Natural Garlic Chile
I loved each and every one of the [...]
Lots of exciting stuff going on today! I tried out two new-to-me products: a new gluten-free bar after my run and a new heart rate monitor to monitor my HR, distance, etc, First, let’s chat about the food.
I found these bars in my local Earth Fare store last week and I loved that [...]
If you have been reading my blog for any period of time, you know I love my salads. I eat small spinach salads with lunch and then a larger salad with dinner or sometimes as my dinner. My dinner salads are more than just lettuce and a few extra veggies tossed in – I love [...]
Did you know not all soy sauce is gluten-free? It is one of those things that we don’t think of right off the bat as possibly containing gluten. If you have been following the gluten-free diet for any period of time, you are aware that some varieties are brewed with wheat, but there are a [...]
It is just about a month now until my first of six half marathons in 2013. I have settled into a good training routine and have tweaked some numbers pertaining to my heart rate zones to help ensure I am recovering properly between my workouts. There are a couple of key components to my recovery [...]
Do you like Thai food? I don’t think I had really given it much of a shot until I started the gluten-free diet and I had to open my mind to new foods. While I had expanded my taste palate as I aged, Thai food was just one of those things that I hadn’t sampled. [...]