Living Gluten and Dairy-Free

gluten (and grain) free, dairy-free croissants 

Whether you’re new to a gluten-free or dairy-free diet, considering making the switch, or just looking for some tips to help you along your gluten or dairy-free journey, you’ve come to the right place.

My Gluten-Free Journey: What Would I Do Differently?

photo credit: Flickr nathangibbs

I was gluten-free for over 4 years. During that time, I stumbled, I tripped, and I learned. A lot. I started with the basics. I learned things that made my life easier. I learned...Read More »


Gluten-Free Mythbusters

Myth: Ding-Dongs are a thing of the past on a gluten-free diet (you can make them yourself!)

When you’re first starting a gluten-free diet, it can quickly become overwhelming. You have to read labels. You know you can’t eat wheat,...Read More »


Accommodating Gluten-Free Friends and Family

Dijon Honey Pork Chops are an easy gluten-free meal!

While I no longer follow a gluten-free diet, I still have several family members that either have celiac disease or are extremely sensitive to gluten. Our house has been the...Read More »


Healing My Digestion and My Relationship with Food

It’s been over 4 years since I last enjoyed a Sloppy Joe on a gluten-full bun. What changed?

Disclaimer: The following are merely my experiences and should not constitute medical advice. I am merely a person on the internet and not a doctor, and should you...Read More »


Why Gluten-Free? My Quest For Better Health

It was about 2004, and I started asking my doctor about some digestive issues I was having. I had an immediate family member that was diagnosed with celiac disease, so I asked for the celiac blood test. It came back negative, and my doctor sent me to a gastroenterologist. I...Read More »


A Healing Process, and My Own Journey

 

Yes, those are Lego Hobbits. In a wheat field. Hopefully it’ll make sense in a moment.

Those who know me know that I’ve followed a gluten-free for over 4 years. I’ve been dairy-free for over three. I’ve also followed many other diets involving elimination of foods. (Paleo. Anti-candida diet. High-raw/plant-based. Low-FODMAPs....Read More »


Gluten-Free in 1, 2, 3: The Basics of Going Gluten-Free

Going gluten-free?

Whether you just learned that you should follow a gluten-free diet on the advice of your doctor or nutritionist, either from a diagnosis of celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or have you simply made the decision to go gluten-free, suspecting gluten may be at the root of your health...Read More »


How to Go Dairy-Free: Making the Transition and Tasty Dairy-Free Substitutes

Dairy-Free Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream

So maybe you’ve been toying around with the idea of giving up dairy for a while. You know you need to give it up – it’s causing you or your family health issues (see why I gave up...Read More »


How to Go Dairy-Free

photo credit: Flickr Adam Chamness

Have you been told you or your child has an allergy to dairy? Have you simply long suspected that dairy is causing your chronic heartburn, nasal congestion, IBS symptoms, etc? Last week, I explained why I went dairy-free. Now,...Read More »


Why Dairy-Free?

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May was Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and during that time, I shared with you many of my reasons for why I went gluten-free, how to go gluten-free, avoiding cross-contamination at home, and how to...Read More »


How To Go Gluten-Free: Eating Out At Restaurants

photo credit: Flickr harry harris

Since this month is National Celiac Awareness Month, I thought I’d share some tips throughout the month to help you get started on a gluten-free diet. Previously, I’ve shared why I’m gluten-free (and the symptoms of a gluten intolerance...Read More »


How To Go Gluten-Free: Avoiding Cross-Contamination At Home

photo credit: Flickr Laura Appleyard

Since this month is National Celiac Awareness Month, I thought I’d share some tips throughout the month to help you get started on a gluten-free diet. Previously, I’ve shared why I’m gluten-free (and the symptoms of a gluten intolerance...Read More »


How to Go Gluten-Free: The First Steps

photo credit: Flickr nathangibbs

Since this month is National Celiac Awareness Month, I thought I’d share some tips throughout the month to help you get started on a gluten-free diet. But even if you’re no longer a newbie, hopefully this information can be a good refresher, and...Read More »


Why Gluten-Free? National Celiac Awareness Month

chocolate zucchini cake with chocolate coconut "buttercream" frosting

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional, and the following is simply based on my thoughts and experiences, as well as experiences of others. Tasty Eats At Home is not a substitute for medical advice and...Read More »


National Foundation for Celiac Awareness - Celiac Awareness Month

In case you haven’t already heard, May is Celiac Awareness Month. This is a fairly new designation; but it’s quickly gaining ground. I, for one, hope it continues to do so. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness states that 3 million Americans are affected by celiac disease, yet...Read More »


Celiac and Gluten Intolerance Awareness

May 2010 is officially Gluten-Free Awareness Month. As I mentioned before, the first-ever Gluten-Free Challenge is happening on May 22-23, 2010 in order to raise awareness. If you’re interested in learning more about the challenge (or taking the challenge!), check it out at http://www.gogfchallenge.com/.

A lot of...Read More »


Celiac Awareness Month, a Gluten-Free Challenge, and a Food Revolution

May is Celiac Awareness Month, and the Gluten Intolerance Group and Pamela’s Products have teamed up to bring us the first-ever Gluten-Free Challenge! Many of us adhere to a gluten-free diet every day, but in an effort to increase awareness of celiac disease and a gluten-free...Read More »