Bob’s Resource Roundup

Whether you are beginning a gluten-free lifestyle, researching a food sensitivity or looking for recipes, it can be overwhelming to sift through all of the resources out there. With this in mind, here are some of my go-to resources for gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free and soy-free topics. Gluten Free There are a variety of reasons why…

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Cookies Bring Gluten-Free Decadence to Your Holiday Creations

Even with all that 2020 has thrown at us, at least one constant remains: cookies are a staple of the holidays. Whether you make your own, purchase them or some combination of the two, try stepping outside the box and let Goodman Gluten Free Chocolate Cookies with White Chips not only shine alone but also…

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5 Ways to Use Cookies to Elevate Your Desserts

There is no food that is as versatile as the cookie! Cookies are a late night snack, a reward for a job well done or as self-care after a disappointment. In short, cookies can be all things to everyone but here are five more ways cookies can improve our mood and food.   #1 –…

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No More Separate Dishes! Create Gluten Free Stuffing Everyone Will Love!

Thanksgiving can be a stressful holiday, especially if you are hosting the event or preparing the meal. Many cooks are concerned about how to address the dietary restrictions of guests or family members. You don’t have to create separate gluten, dairy or peanut-free dishes. To help reduce the stress surrounding your Thanksgiving I’ve come up…

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Let’s Talk About Soy

Eight foods, aka the Big 8, cause the majority of food allergies. Of those eight, peanuts, milk, and shellfish get a lot of attention, but soy is a major food allergy, especially among children, and is just as hard to avoid. In adults, soy has been associated with an immunological inflammatory condition called eosinophilic esophagitis…

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Bob’s Epic Playlist

This has been a strange and challenging time for everyone!  I’ve been busy with several behind the scenes projects, like setting up distribution for my new pies, and investigating options for online ordering and shipping.  But I also love to find new ways to connect with family and friends, and one way I do that…

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Stocking Your Gluten Free Pantry

In these challenging times, we are being asked to limit trips to the grocery store and that means stocking our pantries. To be prepared for cooking at home, here’s a list of gluten-free pantry staples. Flour Alternatives While the most common gluten-free flours to have on hand are white and brown rice flours, there are…

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Up Next: Pies!

I’ve been busy baking up pies! In delicious Apple, Cherry and Blueberry, in the smaller 6-inch size many of you say you prefer. Would you like to see them on shelves in your hometown? Vote today!

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20 Ways to Start Your Gluten-free Lifestyle  

If living a gluten-free lifestyle is on deck for 2020, here’s a list of 20 things that will help you begin your new gluten-free diet. Understand Why – This is a big one. Some choose to eat gluten free as a dietary preference, while others with celiac disease have a very serious autoimmune disease that…

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The Enigma of Wheat: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Hi, I’m Dr. Myron Brand, Clinical Professor of Medicine within the Yale Medical School and medical consultant to Goodman Gluten Free bakery. Today I want to talk about wheat and gluten in health and disease. The last 10 years have witnessed a remarkable increase in our understanding of foods, nutrients, vitamins, and minerals in health…

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