Hold The Gluten Podcast 11 – All That & A Bag Of Gluten Free Chips

The latest episode of my Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live!

Episode 11 “All That & A Bag Of Gluten Free Chips” Features:

  • Cross contamination addendum – wheat gluten in dog & cat food/treats.
  • “On The Go” lunch suggestions for listener Angela.
  • 2008 Gluten Free Halloween Candy List.
  • SillyYaks On-Line Support Group founded by Melonie Katz.
  • Cooking gluten free:  finally feeding and nurturing myself.
  • New gluten free alcohols – stay tuned for future updates on my purchases (Green’s Beer & Roth Vodka for the Philadelphia Eagles tailgate party.
  • Are you an Gluten Free Eagles Fan?  Check out EaglesFanCast blog & podcast. Yes, this is a shameless plug for hubby!

Read the blog. Listen to the podcast. Educate yourself.

Rock on Celiacs!

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4 Replies to “Hold The Gluten Podcast 11 – All That & A Bag Of Gluten Free Chips”

  1. Hey! Thanks for the add on your blogroll! I am going to try the cookie recipe soon and then I’ll post it. And I’ll post all about my Halloween costume too. Happy Halloween!!

  2. Hey, Maureen! For my gluten-intolerant cousin’s baby shower I was throwing for her, I found great gluten-free cake mix at Whole Foods (their own brand). I used Pamela’s confetti icing mix that was also gluten-free there. Was a big hit with the gluten eaters and my very pregnant gluten-free cousin!

    Just thought you and your listeners may need a recommendation for good cake mix.

  3. Thanks for another entertaining podcast. I love getting my g-f info hit at work!

    I wanted to recommend a place for gluten free beer buying in Philadelphia. Maybe you’ve already shopped there, but if not, The Foodery in Northern Liberties stocks a pretty impressive array of g-f beers and ciders. It’s not the kind of place you can buy beer by the case, but they do let you mix and match individual bottles so it’s great for taste testing.

    It’s also a paradise for non-celiacs who are into really obscure, delicious brews.

    I’m glad that the the pleasure of real, good food has returned to your life. I’ve been g-f for a year now and early on another g-f friend gave me the best advice: Don’t try to reinvent the wheel! The most delicious gluten free food is the food that has *always* been gluten free. So True. I’ve rarely felt deprived (with the occaisional exception of eating out or having to travel, of course).

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