Frozen Cafe au Lait

Here is a photo of how I store my nut milks in the frig – almond, cashew, macadamia, coconut, etc. I like to use glass because plastic leaches toxins into your food and drinks. Also glass doesn’t hold odors or stain like plastic. You can find these on amazon: Glass Jugs If you are casein-free… 

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Off topic: 30 today!

There are a few areas of my life which I think are interesting and worthy of a website. However, in order to really enjoy these many facets, I simply don’t have time to blog them all. Today though, I’m breaking off-topic, in honor of my joie de vie! So here’s a page from one of… 

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Tortilla Pizza

I have to give credit for this idea to my friend, Catherine. It never even occurred to me to make a pizza with a gluten-free tortilla, but now it seems so obvious, go figure! Well, you know that I love roasted garlic, and fresh steamed artichoke, so here is number three on my top five… 

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Fiona’s Quinoa Bar

We were able to meet Fiona, of Fiona’s Granola, at the farmers market in Boulder, and I was thrilled to find out that a few of her treats are gluten-free, like the Almond Chocolate Chip Quinoa Energy Bar. It is really yummy. I am eating one now to tell you what it tastes like, and I… 

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Chocolate Chip Bars

I have a confession to make. It could be said in the land of gluten-free baked goods, I have only one vice, my chocolate chip bars. They are so good I could just eat them all day, and why not? The almond butter and quinoa are full of vitamins, enzymes, and protein. The coconut oil… 

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Gluten Free Banana Bread

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One thing I think we all have in common is the desire to recreate our mother’s banana bread – gluten-free. I have fond memories of eating a warm, fresh slice of banana bread in my childhood kitchen, looking to my mom with such admiration for her cooking abilities. Who knew that baking banana bread qualified… 

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Apple Crumble

I gravitate towards more and more raw meals as the weather gets warmer, and this one became a staple in my frig last summer. As usual with raw food it’s a zip to make, once the soaking is done. It just involves a few steps, all of which require the food processor. The author of… 

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Berry Best Smoothies & Outside the Breadbox

Oh Boulder, land of the crunchy people, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways… four Whole Foods, three Vitamin Cottage, two Farmers Markets, tons of gluten-free restaurants, and one very happy family for me Sigh. Today was just bliss, as you can tell. First we had some coffee at Vic’s in Prospect,… 

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Cucumber Soup

My friend made this last week, and I have been slowly collecting the ingredients to try it myself. Today the cucumber I needed came in my Door to Door Organics box, and my list was complete. I kept the recipe fairly close to the one from the book. It was so good and simple to make…. 

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Indian Rice Pudding

Unlike packaged puddings, mine is gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free, and you just can’t beat that fresh homemade taste. I like it hot or cold, depending on my mood, and the weather. Tonight I topped it with cinnamon, and Hunza organic golden raisins, which I soaked for an hour to make them plump and moist. You… 

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