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By: Adam Perrier
Sometime last year, I think it was in August so almost a year ago, I learned that I am allergic to a lot of things, gluten being one of them! Up until about 3 weeks ago, I thought this meant no beer...which wasn't too big a deal but when it's a hot day and the bbq gets going I do wish I could have a beer! Also since becoming aware of this common allergy I have learned a lot about celiac and other auto-immune disorders that require or at least are helped by a gluten-free diet.

Now, take a large pot of water and bring it to a boil. While the water is boiling, add the chili pepper paste, chili powder, and some whole foods locations (the measurements of the ingredients all depend on your taste).

Watch your toppings: It's easy to get carried away with delicious Gluten Free Toppings, especially the chocolate sprinkles, cookie dough, and candy bar pieces. For fewer than 50 calories, fruit toppings, such as fresh berries, contain healthy fiber and nutrients instead of partially hydrogenated oil. Nuts, in moderation, are also a nutritious ice cream topping.

This gluten free gal is gearing up to spend one of her favorite holidays with her family. Yes, that favorite holiday would be Thanksgiving. What better Thanksgiving recipe to have than a Gluten Free Recipe? A gluten free stuffing recipe has just stuffed this gluten free gal's brain full of food for thought. This gal can't wait to whip up a batch of Udi's gluten free stuffing? Then don't wait any longer, get to stuffing that turkey and mouth.

Next, saute the shallots and garlic quickly, add the yucca and continue to cook about three minutes. Toss in the peppers and saute ("to jump") to distribute them in the pan. Press the yucca into a 4 or 5 inch ring mold in the center of the plate. Remove the mold and set the wahoo on top. Encircle this presentation with more of the caramel mop sauce. Arrange the asparagus around the yucca, pointing out to the edges of the plate like the hands of a clock.

Because the teff seeds are so much smaller than wheat or barley seeds, the only real cross-contamination concern with teff comes when it is milled into flour. It is virtually impossible to clean equipment used to mill wheat well enough to mill gluten free grains without cross-contamination. As a gluten free consumer, this means you have to take the extra step to make sure your flour is safe. Make sure you ask the manufacturer if the teff was ground on shared equipment. If they purchase the teff in bulk and repackage it, follow the trail back to the milling company.
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