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Gluten-Free Living September/October 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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Recipes galore! We have more than 600 mouthwatering gluten-free recipes online. Providing delicious options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between, find your tummy’s desire on glutenfreeliving.com, including this Easy Gluten-Free Pizza Crust. With so many possibilities, you’ll have no trouble finding a delicious dish to prepare using the ingredients you already have on hand. Gluten-Free Kids It’s a better time than ever to be a gluten-free kid! Visit our website for helpful information and practical tips and advice to help children thrive in today’s ever-expanding gluten-free world. We also have top product picks and kid-friendly recipes especially geared toward the younger set. Get Your Beer Here The gluten-free beer industry is growing rapidly, but how do you choose the brew for you? Download our free guide to gluten-free beers for flavor profile, food…

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dear readers,

It’s hard to believe that the cool, crisp days of autumn are right around the corner. While saying goodbye to summer is always a little sad, fall brings its own set of perks. This issue of Gluten-Free Living aims to highlight all the seasonal goodness that’s just beginning to bloom. Gluten-Free Table’s recipes spotlight produce and flavors that make autumn awesome. From Elizabeth Barbone’s seasonal favorites (page 28) to Stephanie Vanlochem’s vibrant dishes (page 30) to Maizy Boosin’s mouthwatering tartlets (page 54), fall’s ingredients truly shine here. This issue’s Not Just Gluten Free section covers vegan and vegetarian diets (page 32). We’ve also included delicious recipes that everyone will gobble up, whether or not they eat meat. Even if you are a devout carnivore, adding some fantastic veggie-centric dishes to your repertoire…

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kids’ tips: back to school

I have been eating gluten free since I was diagnosed with celiac when I was 2 years old. I have spent a lot of time in the 11 years since trying new products and coming up with helpful strategies for living gluten free. Here are some of the strategies that have worked for me. MORNING MADNESS Starting middle school presented new challenges for me food-wise. I needed to be out of the house much earlier, so I had to come up with quicker, easier breakfast options. On mornings when I’m in a rush to leave, I’ll grab Van's Gluten Free Waffles when they pop up out of the toaster as I run out the door. Other mornings, when I have a little more time, I might have a quick bowl of Erewhon…

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top 5: tips to teach gluten-free baking

We have all been in this situation at one point or another: You arrive at a get-together where the host has baked something special just for you. Your host is excited to surprise you with the treat, not realizing the thoughts about ingredients and cross-contamination racing through your mind. Anxiety sets in, and you wonder how you can avoid eating the dish. To prevent this and similar situations, talk with your loved ones about gluten-free baking, including the safest utensils and your top brand picks. Jump-start the conversation with these five tips: 1. Be polite. In cases like the one above, a caring person has purchased or prepared something special to keep you from feeling left out. Even if you are concerned, thank your host for thinking of and including you. 2. Shop together. Show…

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top 5: gf, vegan must-have lunchbox items

Something crunchy, something salty and something sweet—the three rules of lunch packing haven’t changed much since I was a kid, but the options have drastically improved in flavor, protein and appeal. Since it is time to stretch those lunch-packing muscles, we thought a little inspiration was in order and put together our top picks. All these products are school safe—meaning nut free—as well as flavor forward and protein packed. Kids won’t need to trade them because they taste great. And no one would guess they are gluten free and vegan. 1 The new snack cups from Wholly Guacamole pair guacamole with just the right amount of crunchy tortilla rounds. Made from hand-scooped Hass avocados, this guacamole comes in three varieties—Classic (mild), Homestyle (medium) and Spicy (hot). The snack cups are available at…

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three cheers for award-winning gluten-free beer

In less than a year in business, Güten Beer has taken the gluten-free beer industry by storm after winning top honors in its first-ever 2018 World Beer Cup in May at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The veteran-owned and -operated company uses 100 percent gluten-free ingredients to create a complex and rich flavored lager that is light and refreshing. Not all beers created for the gluten-free community are gluten free. Some are made with gluten-containing ingredients and use enzymes to remove gluten, with the label marked accordingly. These beers can contain gluten, which is why drinking beer made with gluten-free ingredients is highly recommended. It took Güten Beer years to perfect the recipe for its full-bodied lager and succeed where other companies, despite being in business for years, have failed. How…