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Instant Pot Hot Wings or Drummettes snack| chicken| special occasion Hot wings and drummettes are so popular, they have whole restaurants dedicated to these delectable, finger-lickin’ nibbles. When I began to plan a light menu for a party at my artloft that fell on Superbowl weekend, I just knew that I had to come up …
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I’m just days away from seeing the My Allergy Advocate on WordPress get replaced by my brand spanking-new dot com site, and while I’m mostly excited about this, I’ll be honest, I’m just a little bit freaked out too. Right now, you can only see the Splash Page when you click on MyAllergyAdvocate.com Work on …
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Just as the POTUS is about to deliver his State of the Union address, this is a good time to talk about how things are going in the gluten-free world. As I enter my fourth official year of going gluten-free in order to heal my guts from the damage of Celiac Disease (diagnosed April 2014, …
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Stay the Course 30-Day Group Coaching Program Launches Jan 2 – 31, 2018 How do you do this? How on earth do you eat a restricted nutritional profile, free from all those allergens, gluten, and inflammatory foods that impede your healing and prevent you from meeting your health goals? I’ve been eating strict gluten-free as …
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You, with your hand raised. Yes, you, the one who carries an EpiPen, inhaler, and has a butt load of food allergies, intolerances, Oral Allergy Syndrome, Outdoor Allergies, and an Autoimmune Disease. Uh huh. I see you. I believe this is your question after I tell you that I had a wonderful time at the …
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My Favorite Kitchen Things 2017 Kitchen | Kitchen Tools | Favorite Things Have you turned your kitchen into your medicine cabinet, health clinic, and recovery center?  Is the family table now Yum Central? Does your home smell like vinegar,  bay leaves, and gluten free bread? Two years ago when I started this blog just before  …
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For the Love of Oil: Cobram Estate Olive oil | Cobram Estate | anti-inflammatory foods Disclaimer: Cobram Estate and Boundary Bend did not pay me to write a review about their olive oil or production press. In exchange for a discounted price on conference attendance, I have agreed to write three posts about any aspect …
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Food Intolerance Haikus When I laugh, you would laugh too.  I’ve been told my laugh is more infectious than the Ebola virus and stomach flu, combined. One time, I made a tent full of people laugh so hard that people came running in to see what was going on. All they got to see was …
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I Can Eat These | Food Allergies| Baked Goods       The meal tray arrived off the cart as ordered: a plain, dried-out beef patty conspicuously missing an oily sheen of healthy fat, a plate of steamed broccoli, just barely tender from its hot sauna, and a 70’s style cassolette of plain brown rice. …
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                              Note: This post is Part Two in a three-part series on Scratch Cooking and Kitchen Basics. If you haven’t had a chance, please skim Scratch Cooking Basics Part One to see what was covered.  If you follow a medically-necessary diet …
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