Are Gluten-Free Foods Tax Deductible?

Most people who are gluten-free would agree that gluten-free foods tend to be costlier. When these foods are required for medical reasons, is it possible to deduct them from your taxes as a medical expense?


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Save Money and the Earth by Cooking With Scraps

“Cooking With Scraps” is a new cookbook that teaches readers how to turn peels, cores, rinds and stems into fresh, gratifying meals. Authored by Lindsay-Jean Hard, the book serves as a reference for using every part of food, from the water in canned beans to broccoli stems to pineapple rinds. Hard organized the book from A to Z, which isn’t common with cookbooks, because she views it as a reference book and a jumping off point.


Support Gluten-Free Food Banks

The gluten-free diet can feel overwhelming enough without having to worry about the often-staggering cost to boot. Here’s how food banks—and you—can help.

7 Tips for Eating Gluten Free On a Tight Budget

A wife and mother shares the tips she learned about saving on gluten-free groceries when unemployment struck her family and their grocery budget was slashed.

Slow Cooker Secrets

Many slow cooker meals are naturally gluten free or only require the substitution of rice flour and gluten-free versions of ingredients such as soy sauce.