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Do you want a bun with that?

By Jennifer Harris

An influx of gluten-free items is hitting menus everywhere. Learn about recent additions and how eating establishments should implement safe handling of gluten-free food.






Tummy Trouble

By Susan Cohen

If you are experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms in spite of strictly gluten-free eating, another condition could be the culprit.








Make It In Minutes
Recipes Ready in 20 Minutes or Less!

By Elizabeth Barbone

These four delicious dishes are whipped up in a snap, but taste like they took hours.





Not Just Gluten Free!
Can Dairy Free Do Your Body Good?

By Amy Keller, MS, RD, LD

For many with celiac and other gluten-related disorders, dairy can be a source of discomfort. Get the facts on omitting dairy from your diet to see if it’s the right choice for you.





Not Just Gluten Free!
Dairy-Free Barista

By Angela Sackett

Channel your inner barista without visiting the local hot spot and enjoy these dairy-free coffee-house-inspired treats right in your own kitchen.





Not Just Gluten Free!
Travel Snacks

By Laura Hahn Carroll

These gluten-free, dairy-free go-to favorites are easy to pack for everyday snacks or a much longer adventure.





Not Just Gluten Free!
DIY Dairy-Free Yogurt

By Angela Sackett

Making your own yogurt saves money, gives you control over ingredients and yields incredible tart flavor and thick texture. The recipe here for dairy-free Instant-Pot yogurt serves as the base for the accompanying dairy-free parfaits.






Cookbook Corner

Whether you’re looking for a complete meal or the building blocks for one, Cookbook Corner has got you covered with innovative recipes that illustrate just how impressive—and delicious—gluten free can be.






Kids’ Kitchen
Pass the Pasta!

By Maizy Boosin

Get the whole family involved in preparing this crowd-pleasing Lemon and Butter Shrimp Pasta recipe.






Family Matters
Off to Camp

By Laura Hahn Carroll

Camp Celiac in North Scituate, Rhode Island, provides a worry-free week for kids with celiac.





What to Explore In Singapore

By Anna Sonnenberg

With its lush tropical gardens, year-round summer weather and unique mix of cultures, Singapore has plenty to keep you entertained and amazed. But what about when mealtime rolls around? This equatorial Asian city-state is known as a culinary mecca, but that doesn’t always mean gluten-free visitors can partake. Though many local dishes can be challenging from a gluten-free perspective, you’ll find several fantastic meals to keep you fueled for countless tropical adventures.



Girlfriends’ Getaway Guide: Upstate New York

By Angela Sackett

Upstate New York is low-key, friendly and full of small towns and intimate eateries, with stunning countryside and beautiful places to stay in the heart of East Coast wine country. Because of its progressive focus on farm-to-table and locally sourced resources, it’s also a great place to travel for an allergy-friendly getaway.



Planning a Gluten-Free Honeymoon

By Erin Smith

While some people who eat gluten free might be reluctant to travel, it is completely doable. Preparing for a gluten-free honeymoon—or any vacation—requires an extra level of planning. Doing this research before you go is critical. Use the advice and Top 5 Honeymoon Travel Tips to plan your ideal romantic getaway.




Cabo’s Grand Solmar

By Kristen Oliveri

Executive chef Alberto Collarte believes a successful and memorable vacation hinges on patrons feeling relaxed and at ease, particular when it comes to their food. Collarte has embraced gluten-free food preparation because it aligns with his overall food philosophy of using the freshest ingredients possible to create the highest-quality dishes.




Cooking Class
A Piece of Cake

By Richard Coppedge Jr.

Use these tips on ingredients, pans and more to successfully bake a luscious cake that no one will know is gluten free.






Mix it up:
News, tips, reviews, advice and more

Travel Tips for the 21st Century
By Jennifer Harris

Probiotic Cooking and Snacking
By Jennifer Harris

Dairy-Free On-the-Go Products
By Jennifer Harris

Make a difference through celiac research
By Jessica Press

Office Hours

By Steve Plogsted

FDA issues guidance on labeling gluten-free medications






Study Sessions

By Van Waffle

Gluten taking the blame for fructan. We also look at other new findings: family doctors not testing for celiac in people with iron-deficiency anemia; a survey found that many pharmacists don’t fully understand celiac; and Spanish scientists have genetically engineered wheat with lower gluten content that is 85 percent less reactive with the human immune system.




New for You

Compiled by Joan Edgett

8 great new gluten-free finds