Archive for February 2014
I was thinking the other day, that’s a lie, it just occured to me that the thought of being reborn and having to live my life over again, would scare the living hell out of me. I would have to go through school and what would happen if I just couldn’t learn to read? What... Read more »
When was the last time you had an English Muffin, full of nooks and crannies and smothered in vegan butter? An English Muffin so moist and one that is gluten-free and vegan and taste like a “regular” English Muffin. Prepare yourself for nirvana. English Muffin Recipe Vegan Gluten-Free 2 tsps. of sugar 2... Read more »
If gluten-free allergy wasn’t enough to deter any type of tasty eating or a resemblance of any type of life, a new product has the same effect: corn. Yes, corn the vegetable. It seems that your body can’t differentiate between gluten, corn and dairy (not a problem for us vegans). If you have been getting... Read more »
Dr. Oz is a heart surgeon not a bariatric doctor and most of his advice is downright wrong or a waste of money. Why do people continue buying products he recommends knowing quite well they won’t work? I am one of those fools and I have bought many of the craziness he has intrigued me... Read more »
It is superbowl Sunday and all the men (and I guess women in this day and age) are gathered around the t.v. awaiting the coin toss. Not me. I’m baking. With a few thousand people over, a few hundred of us are gluten-free, and that is why a Warm Berry Pudding is in the oven.... Read more »
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