Weekly Round Up –April 24,2011

As always,please enjoy the fruits of my list-making and data mining nature Collected by a real person,not a piece of software.

News:

The Savvy Celiac reminds us all to show our support for celiac. This article highlights the 10th Annual Walk/Run for Celiac Disease Twin Cities in particular but I think it’s a

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Gluten-Free Egg Strata

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Weekly Round Up –April 17,2011

Just a note about the Weekly Round-Up. I want anyone reading it to know that *I* personally find these links and visit them before including them in the list. I do use tools (mostly I subscribe to blogs with great content via RSS) so I am alerted to new posts,but this is not a

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Weekly Round Up –April 10,2011

News:

Gluten-free food at Target Field and other ballparks listed by Amy Leger on Savvy Celiac. Milupa baby cereal recalled for undeclared gluten by Aunt Jayne on Aunt Jayne’s Blog. 2nd Annual National Gluten-Free Challenge by Erin at Gluten-Free Fun. Rice Krispies are now available Gluten-Free from Kimberly at Gluten-Free Is Life.

Recipes:

Mexican Chili

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Thoughts:Feeling Left Out

I just got an invitation to a (rare anymore) catered work lunch and ended up working through some thoughts and emotions before I could decide how to reply.

I realized that I didn’t feel the way I expected to feel and,given that I’m quite prone to moments of strange introspection and self-analysis,

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Weekly Round Up –April 3,2011

News:

Gluten-Gate:The biggest news of the last week was undoubtedly the viral story of chef Damian Cardone who put up a post on March 10th on his unsecured Facebook profile stating how celiac is all in someone’s head and claiming he deliberately lied to his customers that requested gluten-free pasta and fed them regular

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Restaurant Review:Razzi’s Pizzeria –Seattle,WA

Today my husband and I were meeting his cousin for a quick brunch before she had to fly home to Texas. The last time my husband and this cousin got together was almost twenty years ago so I did spend some time agonizing over where to go for both food I could eat as

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What is gluten?

Gluten,in terms of celiac and when referring to a “gluten-free”diet,is a protein found in the endosperm of wheat and its relatives such as barley,rye and spelt.

Gluten is what gives doughs made with these grains their stretch and flexibility and it’s added to foods that are not normally gluten containing in

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