Blog Archives for category Food and Beverage

Black Friday Gluten-Free Deals with Celiac and the Beast

Gluten Free Black Friday Deals 2017

Interested in Gluten Free Black Friday Deals? I’ve got some good ones! DISCLAIMER: AFFILIATE LINKS BELOW 100% PURE ALLERGY SUPERHEROES  Black Friday is now TEAL Friday with Allergy Superheroes! Choose your deal! Use the code: TEALFRI20 gets you 20% off everything in the store! Use the code: TEALFRISHIP gets free shipping on orders over $20. Use… Continue reading »

OMFG HELP ME PLAN A GLUTEN-FREE THANKSGIVING

HELP! Planning a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving

Is anyone else freaking out that Thanksgiving is THIS WEEK? I went to the store this weekend and I wondered why it was so nuts. And then I realized…dear God, Thanksgiving is THIS WEEK. HELP I’m planning a gluten-free Thanksgiving and I have NOTHING READY! I put together a ton of links that will help… Continue reading »

Gluten Detective Stool Test

Did I Eat Gluten? Gluten Detective At Home Gluten Detection Test

As you might know, I’ve been teasing something awesome coming out for the gluten-free community. The embargo is lifted, the product is launched, and I’m ready to introduce you to my partner, Gluten Detective.I had a chance to try Gluten Detective months ago, before they changed their name (that’s why my images from the big… Continue reading »

Does a positive celiac gene test mean I have celiac disease- What do the 23andMe.com celiac gene test results mean-

What If My Celiac Gene Test Is Positive?

With the addition of the celiac gene test added to 23andMe.com health report, I have a feeling that everyone will be talking a lot more about the celiac gene test. You can find the celiac gene test under the “Genetic Health Risk Reports” section of your reports section of 23andMe. I purchased 23andMe because I was… Continue reading »

Simply Surimi California Roll

Celebrate National Seafood Month with Simply Surimi

October is National Seafood Month and for a celiac that’s great news. Seafood is naturally gluten-free, that is, until you spice it, bread it, and/or fry it. But in it’s natural form, seafood should be safe. In fact, sushi is one of my favorite things to eat! However, I was always told that a California… Continue reading »

KC5K Step Beyond Celiac

Step Beyond Celiac KC 5K 2017

I was invited to attend the Step Beyond Celiac inaugural walk/run in Kansas City, KS this past weekend. I was honored to be a speaker and attend the event and help raise money for Beyond Celiac ‘s Go Beyond Celiac and celiac disease research. The Celiac and the Beast team raised $500! A HUGE EPIC THANK YOU… Continue reading »

FABlogCon Twitter Party 2017

Join me at the FABlogCon Twitter Party

Join me for the kick-off to the biggest celiac + food allergy party all year – Food Allergy Bloggers Conference. The Twitter Party is happening on Wednesday 10/18 at 5pm PT/8pm ET on the @FABlogCon account using the hashtag #FABlogCon. This is brought to you by our GFBFFs Enjoy Life Foods! RSVP HERE for the… Continue reading »

#HighFiveSonoma Twitter Party

Join Me At The #HighFiveSonoma Twitter Party

Happy Birthday Sonoma Flatbreads! We’re celebrating Sonoma Flatbreads’ birthday with a Twitter Party!#HighFiveSonoma! This sponsored event will host two ways to win with Sonoma Flatbreads and our friends at Enjoy Life Foods! RSVP is below – and like any good party, you’ve got to RSVP early before the party starts! Don’t miss this awesome event… Continue reading »

Is the Starbucks Maple Pecan Latte Gluten Free?

Is Starbucks Maple Pecan Latte Gluten Free?

Starbucks just launched their newest seasonal latte, the Starbucks Maple Pecan latte. I love maple AND I love pecan, so clearly I was excited to try this. When I tested the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice latte, it came up as safe on the Nima , and Nima themselves even found it to be safe, so I… Continue reading »

Fair Oaks Farm #FarmInsight17

Meeting Your Meat: A Farm Tour with IFICF #FarmInsight17

I recently was asked to come on a farm press trip with the International Food Information Council Foundation (the lovely people behind FoodInsight.org). Naturally, I like exploring things that are new to me – and traditional farming is definitely not something I’m well-versed in, or something I even have the appropriate clothing for. So I… Continue reading »