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Foodie Friday: La Veneziane Pasta – Food

Love pasta, but can’t eat wheat? Get ready to twirl your fork again. We found some noodles that any pasta freak can love. The product: Le Veneziane pasta ($9 a pound, The health factor: Le Veneziane is a gluten-free pasta made of nothing but cornmeal and water—, great for people living with celiac disease […]

Superfood: Seaweed – Food –

Photo-Brian Hoffman You’ve likely chewed on seaweed wrapped around a sushi roll, but few Westerners would consider picking up a bag of the stuff at the grocery store. It might be time for a change: Seaweed is filled with antioxidants, calcium, and a broad range of vitamins, but that doesn’t begin to scratch the slippery […]

Why the Catholic Church Frowns Upon Gluten-Free Communion Wafers – Food

  One of the most unusual offerings in the ever-expanding world of “It’s gotta be gluten-free” edibles? Would you believe…communion wafers? These plain, quarter-sized wafers used in the Holy Communion service are an answer to the prayers of parishioners who suffer from the autoimmune disorder celiac disease and cannot tolerate wheat (the wafers are typically made […]

5 Ancient Grains You Need to Try – Food

  The hottest new food trend is actually pretty old. Way, way old. The same whole grains grown by ancient Egyptians, Ethiopians, Aztecs, and Incas are shaking up the 21st century as they’re now appearing in staples like Cheerios and Chobani yogurt, with many more products expected to hit the shelves in 2015. Here are […]

General Mills Recalls 1.8 Million Boxes of Cheerios – Food

  Cheerios are being yanked off supermarket shelves after an incident at a California manufacturing facility may have mistakenly added wheat to the boxes labeled gluten-free. On Monday, General Mills released an official statement announcing the voluntary recall of 1.8 million boxes of original yellow box Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios after wheat flour was accidentally introduced into the gluten-free oat flour […]

Gluten-Free Baking: 6 Flours to Try – Food

If you’re interested in making gluten-free bread or other baked goods because you’re cooking for someone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or you’re just looking to cut back on the carbs, you’ve probably faced the baking aisle with confusion. There are so many grain-free flours to choose from—what’s a baker to do? Don’t fret: […]

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