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Gluten-Free Living November/December 2018

Gluten-Free Living is completely dedicated to information for those who follow a gluten-free diet. We pack issues with essential reading about food labeling, ingredients, medical challenges and lifestyle solutions. No other specialty publication matches the depth of our editorial or the thoroughness of our original research.

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United States
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English
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Madavor Media, LLC
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Scrumptious holiday recipes From crowd-pleasing appetizers and mouthwatering main meals to decadent desserts and fun bubbly cocktails, find recipes for all of your get-togethers this holiday season, including these elegant Buckwheat Blinis with Chive Cream Cheese & Smoked Salmon. Trust us, no one will know these delish dishes are gluten free unless you tell them. Money-saving tips The gluten-free diet can feel overwhelming enough without having to worry about the often-staggering cost, especially during the holidays. Use the advice in our Tips for Saving on Gluten Free section to get the most bang for your buck. Not Just Gluten Free! If you or a loved one deals with more than one dietary restriction, check out our Not Just Gluten Free section, which includes expert advice, product picks and fantastic recipes, such as these Grain-Free Crêpes…

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dear readers,

Don’t look now, but the holidays are just about upon us. That’s right—somehow it’s time to start planning for Thanksgiving dinner and all the December holiday festivities. And while the gluten-free diet does add another level of planning and preparation to the season, there’s no need for it to take away from this special time of year. From staying safely gluten free in various scenarios to creative gift ideas to scrumptious recipes, this issue of Gluten-Free Living contains everything you need! The Gluten-Free Table section (page 29) offers seasonal gluten-free recipes that will satisfy everyone—even the gluten lovers. From sensational no-added-sugar starters (page 48) to make-ahead dishes you can freeze and quickly prepare for drop-in guests (page 32) to incredible edible holiday gifts (page 30), these recipes will add a deliciously…

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top 5: innovative products we can’t wait to buy

The natural foods industry is bursting with new products. One of my favorite parts of this job is getting to travel to natural products shows to taste them all. I love meeting the manufacturers and hearing how their product came to be. Their excitement is palpable and contagious. We are always on the search for innovative products that are completely new to the marketplace, reimagine childhood favorites with clean ingredients, or are made from whole and fiber-full foods. There seems to be no limit to how an ingredient can be used, as evidenced by that mighty vegetable cauliflower that continues to show its versatility, making every product show an adventure. It was difficult to create this list because there are so many outstanding contenders. But when it came down to it, these…

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gluten-free eateries: which states have the most?

Since we started building our lists of gluten-free bakeries, cafés and restaurants in 2017, we have been astounded watching the number grow. We wondered, though—which states have the most dedicated establishments? By our count, there are 234 dedicated gluten-free restaurants and 215 bakeries in the United States for a total of 449. Only five states—Alaska, Mississippi, Oklahoma, West Virginia and Wyoming—have no dedicated offerings. It was surprising to find that almost three-quarters of these restaurants and bakeries are in just 15 states. Adding to the gluten-free fun, out of the eight dedicated food trucks found, all except one reside in these same states. Which state do you think has the most gluten-free bakeries? Or restaurants? My first guess was totally wrong—I thought it was New York, only to see that California has it…

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top 6: ultimate holiday gift guide

1 Meal-delivery subscription For those of us who don’t like or have the time to cook, these meal-delivery services provide delicious and convenient certified gluten-free meals: » FRESHLY is certified gluten free by the Gluten-Free Food Services (GFFS) Certification Program. This subscription service delivers healthful and fully prepared meals directly to customers’ doors, each ready to eat in only three minutes. » GREEN CHEF’S certified gluten-free meal kits include meat, seafood and vegetarian options. Signing up is easy. Choose either a two-person or family plan and specify protein choices and delivery time. All ingredients are premeasured and largely prepped to keep time in the kitchen to 30 minutes or less. And there is no commitment, so you can skip weeks or cancel at any time. » PALEO ON THE GO’S certified Paleo, dairy-free, non-GMO…

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can’t we all just get along?

Kindness seems to be a hard sell these days, and it isn’t any different in the gluten-free blogging community. For years, I have said if people knew what goes on behind the scenes, they would be shocked—maybe even horrified. Many in the community believe everyone should be of one mind and anyone who disagrees or states a different opinion is subject to attack and ridicule. Why? Having become a member of the gluten-free community more than 20 years ago, I believe in educating readers and coming together to bring about positive change. We have seen this happen with the Gluten Free Food-Labeling Summit in 2011, when a ginormous gluten-free cake was erected to draw attention to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s inaction on finalizing standards for gluten-free labeling. As a…

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