My boyfriend, August, had an inkling he had Celiac Disease in August 2011.  After years of stomach problems it finally clicked one night after a few wheat beers made him way more sick than a few beers should.  He was then diagnosed  in April 2012.  Some days living gluten-free is a real struggle, but we’ve found a way to make it work.

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Feel free to browse through to read restaurant reviews and about our experiences trying to eat gluten-free at them.  And check out some of our favorite gluten-free products that we’ve discovered while figuring out how to cut wheat from our diet!



Genghis Grill

Taste of Asia

La Fonda on Main



Favorite Gluten-Free Products

O’Dough’s Bread

Food For Life English Muffins

3 thoughts on “Gluten-Free

  1. I am also a gluten free eater…celiac disease forced that hand… anyway I was wondering if you have tried the Cup for Cup flour from Thomas Kellers ad hoc company?
    I use it in “regular’ recipes in place of that “evil grain” flour. :-)
    I would be interested to know what you think of it… I even made home made pasta with it…awesome!!

    • We haven’t tried a whole lot of replacement flours to be honest, mostly because I don’t know which ones are good and the one time we did try using one to make a pizza dough it turned out terrible!

      But any gluten-free flour that makes tasty homemade pasta must be pretty good. I’ll be on the lookout for some to try!

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