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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Gluten and Wheat Free Food List!

For a couple of years. I have often thought I had issues with this.  My doctors have listed me with 23 different illnesses.  And the more I read about Gluten and Wheat allergies. I really think this is my problem.

The easiest way to find out is to try a Gluten free diet for a few weeks.  I'm willing to start this beginning the new year. But need some help.

So I'm looking for some good "Free" sites that list Gluten Free foods, Recipes and Meal plans.  Or maybe a yahoo group or facebook group.  What are some of the places you like to visit or maybe a book you really love and think I should get.

I'm doing a lot of looking on the net, but most don't give detailed list.  I'm a person that needs a list in front of me.  Of what I CAN have.  Not a long list telling me what I CAN"T have.

I would really appreciate some info if you would like to share.  You can either leave a comment below or your can email me at rsmobley85@gmail.com

Thanks for stopping by!
Sharon

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3 comments :

TerriM56 said...

My son in law also needs a gluten free diet, so please post your info so I can cook the way he needs at my house. Thanks and good luck with your search

jknapp00 said...

Hi Sharon. I have been trying to eat gluten free this year and, believe me, it is not an easy thing to do. The easiest thing for me is to stay on the outer rim of the grocery store. I mostly eat meat, eggs, cheese, nuts, vegetables and fruits cooked at home. It does take some planning. I usually cook on Sunday and eat off of that the whole week (I live alone, so I don't have to worry about feeding anyone else). The ingredients for baked goods confuse me and I have not ventured into that area yet. We do have a gluten free bakery in town so, if I get a real craving for a muffin or something, I go there. There are several blogs with recipes out there. http://www.theceliacdiva.com/
http://glutenfreefix.com/
http://balancedplatter.com/
http://www.thespunkycoconut.com/
and also this website that has lots of good information and a great podcast on nutrition - http://www.weightandwellness.com/
Good luck and I hope this helps.

Sharon said...

Thanks for the links. I will forsure check them out. I'm planning on researching this for the next couple weeks. And then start after the holidays as I have already bought all my holiday baking supplies. But the great thing is. I found out last night, my favorite (Buckeyes) are already gluten free. Yay!

If any one has a Publix grocery store near you. I found a pdf of all their store brands they carry. Which will help as I shop at publix and already buy thier products.
http://www.publix.com/managed_pdfs/GlutenFree10117.108335384.pdf

I also found a great facebook page. And she is listing gluten free baking for the holidays. I may try to switch out a couple. So far, im reading its mostly in the flour mixture.
https://www.facebook.com/GlutenFreeWithElle

I will post other good things I find. Maybe I need to add a page at the top just for this.