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  1. When I first tried SweetLeaf® Organics Organic Stevia Sweetener I was amazed. How could it be sugar- and gluten-free and not contain calories, carbohydrates, artificial ingredients, aspartame, sucralose, methanol, etc.? To me it tastes exactly like sugar, yet it won't trigger the same dreaded glycemic response. This sweetener is not just for diabetics, as my 11 year old daughter will soon find out, it is for anyone who wants to avoid the pitfalls of eating too much sugar—and the best thing of all, at least to me, is that it is also gluten-free. It is available in 35- or 70-packet boxes, or a shaker jar, and they even make a liquid stevia version which comes in a variety of flavors. For more information, visit www.SweetLeaf.com. Review written by Scott Adams.
  2. I recently received samples of St. Claire's Organics Traditional and Cherry Hot Cocoa Mixes. For many years I've been aware of their (now world famous) St. Claire's Organics Pastilles, but I did not know that they also made cocoa mixes. Both cocoa mixes are dairy-, casein-, corn-, soy-, egg-, nut-, GMO- and gluten-free, and are also vegan. In fact, their only ingredients, as one might expect from products made by St. Claire's, are high quality organic molasses granules, organic cocoa powder, organic cocoa nib extract, and, in the Cherry Cocoa—organic cherry flavor. The directions to make either mix are very basic: I added two tablespoons of the mix to a 6 oz. mug of hot water and stirred it well. You can, of course, use coconut milk or other favorite milk instead of water. The first thing I noticed when stirring the Traditional Cocoa Mix was the wonderful aroma that filled my office—the smell of hot chocolate really can't be beat. The Cherry Cocoa Mix offered a unique cherry aroma that blended perfectly with the chocolaty scent. The rich chocolate flavor of the Traditional Cocoa Mix was simply exceptional. I can't remember when I've had such an excellent cup of hot cocoa. The Cherry Cocoa was a total surprise—to my delight the light cherry flavor mixed perfectly with the rich chocolate taste. In the end it was a tie—both cocoa mixes were just too good to pick a favorite! For more info visit: https://stclaires.com/organic-hot-cocoa.html Review written by Scott Adams.
  3. St. Claire's Organics makes many fine candies, but since I have celiac disease I am especially interested in ones that offer more than just flavor. St. Claire's Organics Tummy Soothers and Ginger Pastilles contain medicinal herbs like ginger, slippery elm, cardamom, fennel and peppermint which have been used for centuries to treat stomach and other ailments. It is nice to see a company that understands the benefit of blending them into their candies to offer their customers more than just taste. Neither of these gluten-free products contained dairy, casein, corn, soy, egg, nut, fish or shell fish, and both were also vegan, Kosher and GMO-free. Another big plus was that neither of these “candies” tasted too sweet, which I really liked—the sugar taste did not overpower the taste of the herbs. The Ginger Pastilles had a distinct—but not overpowering—ginger flavor that left a very nice, clean aftertaste. The Tummy Soothers had a slightly minty herbal flavor that was very pleasant. Although I did not have a stomach ache when I tried these, I have the feeling that they really would be very helpful to anyone who did. Both of these candies provide interesting and unique flavors that you just can't find anywhere else except in products made by St. Claire's Organics. For more info: Ginger Pastilles: https://stclaires.com/organic-sweet-candy/f1-gg.html Tummy Soothers: https://stclaires.com/aromatherapy-pastilles/f1-tu.html Review written by Scott Adams.
  4. I tried Bold Organics' Deluxe Gluten-Free Pizza yesterday, and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. It includes pepperoni, Italian sausage, roasted peppers, onions, Shiitake mushrooms, etc., and it tastes great. As with their other pizzas, they use soy cheese which makes this pizza also milk/lactose-free, as well as gluten-free, so many people will be happy about this. I really could not tell that the cheese on this pizza was non-dairy, as it melted perfectly and tasted fine. Since many celiacs also have issue with casein, I am certain there will be a lot of happy customers for this pizza! For more information, visit their site. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
  5. I love pizza, but I am not on a gluten-free or dairy-free diet, so I am admittedly a bit skeptical of gluten-free or dairy-free pizzas. This pizza is both, and surprisingly, I was into it. The crust didn't taste like what I'm used to, but it was good. I've tried dairy-free pizzas with “cheese” that didn't melt properly and felt weird in my mouth. This cheese melts very well and gets pretty close to the real thing (just be sure to follow the final instruction and broil it for two minutes). The pizza tasted great, I just wish it had a bit more "cheese". For more information, visit their site. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food & Specialty Product Companies" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
  6. Great news for anyone who is not only on a gluten-free diet: Bold Organics Veggie Lovers Pizza is also dairy-free and vegan. This pizza is topped generously with organic roasted peppers, onions, shiitake mushrooms and Follow Your Heart's vegan mozzarella cheese. My kids didn't even question the dairy-free cheese and just dug right in. This thin crust pizza baked up beautifully, and we all loved the flavor and the texture! Not to mention that this is a wonderful treat for those with additional food allergies for it is also free from peanuts, tree nuts and eggs. For more information visit their site. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
  7. I recently discovered Bold Organics gluten-free and dairy-free Meat Lovers Thin Crust Pizza. There are very few gluten and dairy-free pizzas on the market, but I have to say that this was the best that I have tried to date. I just put the frozen pizza on the top rack of my oven for about 20 minutes, and you could almost tell when it was done as the aroma drifted into our living room. The crust was a beautiful, crisp, and thin crust, and I had no idea that non-dairy cheese could actually melt the same way as regular dairy cheese. This pizza was prepared with plenty of pepperoni and Italian sausage to cover the entire pizza, and there was no skimping on ingredients! Once I cut myself a slice I was in disbelief that this was not only a gluten-free, but was also a dairy-free pizza. The taste, texture and the quality of the pepperoni and sausage was top notch, and not that of your typical frozen gluten-free pizza. Even though I do not have any issues with dairy, I will definitely be purchasing this pizza again. Thumbs up from my whole family! Visit their site at: www.bold-organics.com Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.
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