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Gluten-Free Passover

During Passover some Jews refrain from eating wheat, and grocery stores annually offer an abundance of gluten-free foods. Whether you’re Jewish or not, Passover is a prime time to stock up on gluten-free goods like crackers, cookies, cakes, noodles and more.

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GFL goes live at gluten-free conference

As the editor of Gluten-Free Living I think about the gluten-free community all the time. At our first Gluten-Free Living Conference in Orlando, I got a chance to see that community brought together in real life.

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Ceviche, fish cooked with an acidic marinade instead of heat, is a dish that always impresses. It’s much easier to make than you might think. Once you learn the basic recipe, you can get creative by adding many combinations of ingredients.

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Top allergy-friendly restaurants

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Bonefish Grill and Burton’s Grill were chosen by diners as the most allergen-friendly restaurant chains in a list compiled by an online restaurant guide. Learn what other chains made the list.

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Featured ArticlePrognosis for better celiac disease diagnosis

Prognosis for better diagnosis

Although the gluten-free diet and celiac disease have gained widespread attention in mainstream and social media in recent years, the rate of diagnosis has stubbornly remained nearly unchanged, with less than a paltry 20 percent aware they have the disease.

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