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Gluten-Free Boston Cream Donuts
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These donuts are a fantastic twist on the traditional cupcake. I love them. They’re basically cream-filled or jam-filled balls of awesomeness.

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Posted In: Desserts
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The Top Ten Gluten-Free Misconceptions and Pitfalls, plus Oats & Honey Apple Crumble
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Over the seven years I’ve been writing about thriving gluten-free, I’ve found some pieces of celiac lore that just won’t die, even once completely disproven. For October Unprocessed, it’s time to put them out to pasture, permanently.

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Posted In: Desserts, Food Factoids
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Gluten-Free Flours and Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
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Gluten-free flours are becoming more popular as people are becoming aware of how gluten can play a role in bettering their health. Here’s how you can use them to make Pumpkin Whoopie Pies!

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Posted In: Desserts, Food Factoids
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October Unprocessed Hangout: Gluten-Free Edition
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Yesterday we had another fun Google Hangout, with Carrie Vitt (Deliciously Organic), Dr. Jean Layton (Gluten-Free Doctor), and Lillian Medville (Lillian’s Test Kitchen). We chatting about living–and thriving!–both unprocessed and gluten-free.

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Posted In: October Unprocessed Posts
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Nine Gluten-Free Ancient Grains, and Greek Millet Saganaki with Shrimp and Ouzo
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You might be surprised to learn that there is an amazing array of ancient grains to choose from which are gluten-free. And many have become more widely available, even in mainstream supermarkets.

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Posted In: Entrees, Pasta & Grains
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How Eating Clean Changed My Life (and Gluten-Free Grape ‘n’ Chive Pasta Salad)
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I eat like a cavewoman. Not the spearing-wooly-mammoths-and-wild-cats kind of cavewoman, but the hunter-gatherer type. Here’s why.

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Posted In: Recipes
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Five Reasons for the Explosive Increase in Gluten Reactions (and Buttermilk Buckwheat Pecan Pancakes)
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Why the rapid rise in Gluten intolerance? Our bodies haven’t changed genetically as quickly as our environment has changed.

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Posted In: Food For Thought
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