Blog Archives for tag gluten free

Cultured Caveman Portland OR

Cultured Caveman Paleo Gluten-Free Restaurant in Portland

I’ve been to Portland approximately a billion times, and I love to visit Cultured Caveman when I am in town. It’s a 100% gluten-free, paleo restaurant that is also AIP-friendly. While I am not paleo 100% of the time, I love eating paleo when I can. Cultured Caveman started out as the first paleo food… Continue reading »

Celiac and the Beast presents Three Bakers Snackers in Chocolate Chocolate Chip

Three Bakers Snackers Giveaway #CDAM17

I hope you guys are enjoying your long weekend and I hope you’ve had an incredible Celiac Disease Awareness Month this May. As the month winds down, there’s still plenty to do. More education to spread. More awareness to be had. And more noms to be won! Let’s welcome Three Bakers to the Celiac Disease… Continue reading »

perfectly free Blueberry Frozen Dessert Treats

A perfectly free Free From Summer

I’d like to welcome perfectly free to our Celiac Disease Awareness Month celebration! We’ve featured perfectly free on other blog posts – like my recent birthday party post in April. And now that it’s warming up, and blueberries start to come into season. While I have access to blueberries all year round thanks to Whole Foods,… Continue reading »

National Wine Day Twitter Party with Red Apple Lipstick (1)

National Wine Day + Red Apple Lipstick Twitter Party 5/25/17

I’m an affiliate for Red Apple Lipstick and I have been for years! Let’s welcome Red Apple Lipstick back as a Celiac Disease Awareness Month sponsor! And we couldn’t think of a better day than today to tip back a glass of rose, or maybe sauv blanc, or maybe even a nice merlot, and sip… Continue reading »

Celiac and the Beast presents gluten-free vegan scones with Graceland Fruit

Graceland Fruit Perfect for Gluten-Free Scones

I can’t wait for you to meet our next sponsor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast, but first – a story about scones. I’m obsessed with scones. I was before I was gluten-free. I was specifically obsessed with Starbucks’ scones. Of course, I can’t have that now – as I’m celiac… Continue reading »

The Definitive Resource Guide by Shelley Case

Gluten Free The Definitive Resource Guide by Shelley Case

Shelley Case is an incredible resource to the gluten-free community. Shelley is a registered dietitian, author, speaker and consultant with more than 30 years’ experience. She is a member of the Medical Advisory Boards of both CDF and GIG here in the US, and on the Professional Advisory Council of the Canadian Celiac Association. She is,… Continue reading »

100% Pure Giveaway with Celiac and the Beast

100% Pure for Mother’s Day and Beyond #CDAM17

Today’s sponsor for Celiac Disease Awareness Month is 100% Pure. I’m an affiliate for them, and links below are affiliate links. I’m also a fan of 100% Pure and I use many of their products daily! And when I’m a fan of something, my mom is a fan of something. Mostly because I love giving… Continue reading »

Gluten is my Nemesis SHIRT for gluten-free kids

Allergy Superheroes Gluten Free Giveaway

Let’s welcome ALLERGY SUPERHEROES to Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast. As you know, wheat is a top 8 most-common food allergy. While those with celiac need to avoid wheat and rye and barley, their products include both wheat and gluten! This prize is from Allergy Superheroes, who sells Food Allergy and… Continue reading »

Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Sandwich

Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Sandwich #CDAM17 Giveaway

Let’s welcome Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss to our Celiac and the Beast Celiac Disease Awareness Month! Today we’ll be showing off the Coconut Bliss Sandwich, which is BRAND NEW! This ice cream cookie sandwich is unlike anything on the market right now. This is a premium dessert, worth it weight (and price tag). The… Continue reading »

Enzymedica Digest Gold

Enzymedica Digestive Enzymes #CDAM17 Giveaway

Let’s welcome Enzymedica as a sponsor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast! Please keep in mind that when we’re talking about digestive enzymes, that no commercial enzyme can full degrade gluten in your digestive tract. Just because digestive enzymes help digest gluten does not mean that you can/should knowingly eat gluten… Continue reading »