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Imagine's Potato Leek Soup
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Imagine's Potato Leek Soup is Gluten Free, and delicious. It's creamy texture has enough body to feel like a hardy soup, but it's not too filling and has just a hint of spiciness. In addition to being gluten free, it is also labeled as organic, vegetarian and non-dairy. I haven't tried it yet, but it's label also suggests using it for a salmon dish, and I can easily see how it will go well in chicken casserole and more.

Submitted on Feb 01, 2013

Gluten Free Mexican Layer Dip
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I'm a faster is better cook. That's usually not the best approach to cooking, but I don't know if I'll ever change. Instead of the popular 9 layer Mexican dip... mine is more like 4 layers -- 5 on special occasions.


1 Bag of GF Tortilla Chips
1 Can of GF

Submitted on Nov 19, 2012

Glutino Milk Chocolate Covered Wafer Cookies
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My kids can't get enough of the Glutino Milk Chocolate Covered Wafer Cookies. There are two versions - chocolate wafers and vanilla wafers. Both are delicious! They are similar to a Kit Kat bar with a bit less chocolate coating.. so they seem more like a cookie than a candy bar. Friends love them, too.

Submitted on Feb 07, 2014

Gluten Free on a Budget
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With a 50% Celiac household, we've become a 100% gluten free family at home for many reasons -- we have a tiny, galley kitchen with no room for an extra toaster and extra pans, no room to safely prepare gluten and gluten free meals at the same time and a need to simplify our life, being 100% gluten free was the right choice for us. But, that decision has come at a high cost -- my family-of-four's grocery expenses sometimes reach well over $1,700 a month.

Submitted on Nov 19, 2012

Yes, You'll Have to Buy a New Toaster
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If you are diagnosed with Celiac disease, you'll need to have a special toaster that's only for gluten free products. Now that Udi's bread is available, you can actually make sandwiches without toasting. Regardless, don't make the mistake of using your old toaster. Your old toaster is filled

Submitted on Nov 20, 2012

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