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originally posted by: Look2theSacredHeart
a reply to: DontTreadOnMe
I went gluten free in May, and I love it. I recommend the website "Eat Clean, Pi$$ Glitter" for recipes.
I don't like most gluten free breads, etc., so I just skip them. We made "pizza rolls" by stuffing mini bell peppers with pepperoni and mozzarella and baking them at 400°. For my stuffed pasta shells recipe, I use eggplant or tomato to be the shell. I make a mean Mac and cheese with Broccoli instead of mac. Anything you like in a sandwich can be made into a salad, pretty much.
I've lost 24 lbs, my husband has lost 10, and I enjoy cooking more now.
Finnish gluten-free Kukko (“rooster”) beer is set to be exported to the US after local brewer Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas signed a contract with Good Life Imports, a company that specialises in bringing European products to the American market. The idea for the partnership first came to Good Life Imports' Jason Dyer and Mikko Mäkinen when they worked together at Nokia's R&D centre in San Diego. “Jason’s a coeliac and he had run into Kukko beers while travelling to Finland,” Mäkinen recalls. “Whenever someone went to Finland we had to bring Kukko beer back to San Diego for him. There are now some gluten-free beers out there but none of them are as good from a taste perspective as Kukko.” The duo are in the process of finalising US paperwork that will see the first shipment of beer being sent at the end of the year, and available on shelves in Texas and California in early 2016.
originally posted by: DontTreadOnMe
a reply to: jude11
I'll check those links...and since you're into factoids.....if 99% of celiacs are North American....can we go one step further and make the connection to GMO wheat?
I read a member here say they went to Europe and could eat the bread there....no problem.