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  1. Oh darn! I missed that you were looking for VEGAN gluten-free! You can disregard most of what I said, then. Except the Polenta--that should still work!
  2. Try googling it! There are tons of tempting ideas out there... Some great ones I've found are Polenta with nuts and fruit sprinkled on top, the "Eggocado" (a Tim Ferriss creation), and gluten-free Baby Dutch Pancakes!
  3. This was our first year attempting to garden, and much to our surprise, it's worked out VERY well! The only problems were 1) winter lingered till May!! and 2) I think we over-planted the tiny space we allotted ourselves. I'm pretty sure our green beans, cucumbers, and peas would be doing much better if they had more space for roots and maybe some kind of mesh or wire to cling to. They're pretty crowded at this point.. Otherwise, our lettuce did awesome, and our tomatoes are plentiful! Beefsteak, roma & cherry! We even have some carrots and bitty peppers on their way..!
  4. I know, it's so intimidating at first!! I found tons of support online and even just by asking fellow shoppers in the gluten-free aisles at the grocery store! I’ve come to realize that living gluten-free is just that –it’s a lifestyle. I’m learning to fall in love with the gluten-free lifestyle, and treat it like an adventure, and everything is a new and exciting experiment. The way gluten-free ingredients work together sometimes has unique characteristics, and I never would have discovered these things if it wasn’t for this lifestyle change. I’ve even found that I prefer my gluten-free ingredients in many of my old recipes (my husband even prefers cookies using gluten-free flour now—and he’s not allergic to gluten)! Once you get over the “fear of the unknown” let yourself have fun with this new territory. You may be surprised by how much you like it!!!
  5. No way... Thank you so much for this resource! I've been searching for recipes and tasty gluten-free baked goods to try. I'm in Minnesota, but will still be following Rachel Lu's page. It's great to have sites like hers to find inspiration!
  6. Have you tried Skinny Pop? It comes popped in the bag, but is pretty good. You can find it online pretty easily.
  7. Ooo, never heard of WOW Brand. I'll have to check those out! I've been searching for great gluten-free cookies for a while now, and working on some copy-cat recipes!! Thanks for the tip!
  8. My cousin who's gluten-free (and fairly picky) has raved to me about Schar before. When it comes to mixes, I know Gluten Free Pantry carries a great mix specifically for sandwich bread.
  9. The Equal Exchange brand is gluten-free, and that's some powerful chocolate for any "connoisseur!" Plus, Endangered Species chocolate bars are great, and have tons of variety in flavor. "