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  • Is Mike’s Hard Lemonade Gluten Free? Or Better Yet, is it Safe for Celiacs?
    This one falls into the “why the hell can’t we just get a straight answer?” category. Last week, it was announced that “Mike’s Hard is the first malt liquor to go [almost] gluten-free.” And according to the article, now it’s the first malt beverage to use “crafted to remove gluten” on its label — with permission from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, which regulates alcoholic beverages in the U.S. This label will... read more
    Source: The Gluten Dude
  • Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites (My Secret Recipe)
    Paleo GrubsPaleo Grubs - Since simple, raw energy bites have been some of the most popular recipes here on PaleoGrubs, I was excited to come up with another version of the recipe to share. This time the delicious round bites include pumpkin, in the spirit of the fast-approaching fall. Ready to enjoy in minutes, these pumpkin pie energy bites make the perfect sweet snack. I have a habit of craving something sugary at the end... read more
    Source: Paleo Grubs
  • Wild Mushroom Soup
    Fall might be best-known as the season for pumpkins and apples, but it’s also the best time of year to get your hands on another delicious treasure: wild mushrooms. Wild mushrooms have a fresher taste than the typical varieties, and a greater variety of flavors: you can get wild mushrooms... The post Wild Mushroom Soup appeared first on Paleo Leap | Paleo diet Recipes & Tips.... read more
    Source: Paleo Leap
  • Review: Krusteaz Gluten-Free Pancakes
    We didn’t waste anytime sampling the new Krusteaz Gluten-Free Pancakes that I found at Meijer last week. Jon came home over the weekend, so Aaron made a batch of pancakes for breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. The mix requires the addition of water, milk and egg. We tried the pancakes with both milk and almond milk and the results were pretty much the same. Jon asked for a big plate of pancakes, so that is... read more
    Source: Celiac-Disease
  • Paleo and Breast Cancer Prevention: Is There a Link?
    It’s no surprise that eating a diet rich in fresh vegetables, lean meats, wild fish and natural fats, and getting regular exercise is a healthier approach and will lend better odds to your longevity than what has, unfortunately, become the Standard American Approach. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and you might wonder if eating Paleo can prevent something as widespread as this disease. Sometimes we need to read between the lines and set the word... read more
    Source: The Paleo Diet
  • Gluten Free Fall Spring Rolls Recipe
    Personally I love a good spring roll. It was a treat I usually reserved for dining out. But eventually I had to face facts – I can’t always safely order a spring roll in a restaurant because something about it just may be contaminated by gluten. So I had to learn to make them at home. And here’s the thing – it’s not nearly as difficult as I would have thought. Of course I was taught... read more
    Source: Simply Gluten-Free
  • Gluten-Free Applesauce Crumb Cake with Cinnamon
    Cake lovers unite. Skip the pie. An apple pie spiced cake!Coffee Cake to the RescueKnee deep in book boxes, I decided to bake a cake. Because trying to wrestle gluten-free pie dough for an apple pie just seemed too fussy. Too complicated. Though in all honesty, that isn't the whole, unvarnished truth. The whole, unvarnished truth is, Yours Truly is more of a cake person than a pie person (downright blasphemy this time of year,... read more
    Source: Gluten-Free Goddess
  • Paleo Apple Cider Sangria, A Spiced, Fall Wine
    This recipe for Paleo Apple Cider Sangria tastes crisp, with a fall apple pie flavor…but not overly sweet. In the spirit of our wine tasting weekend, we’re sharing this little gem. …we actually got the idea from a little grill restaurant in Indianapolis, IN that we went to when we were visiting for my friend Amy’s wedding. The food was OK, but the sangria was really great, so we thought we’d make a version of... read more
    Source: Paleo Effect