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Saturday Gluten-Free Pinterest finds

March 3, 2012

In an earlier post, I mentioned how much I loved to pin and how addictive it is. I wanted to share a few of the pins I found this week.  Go on over to Pinterest – there is a lot of great stuff there. Here are a few recipes I found that are either Gluten-free or can be easily made gluten-free.

Yummy  Sweet potato fries


Roasted Chick Peas


Crockpot Java Beef Stew – Can easily be made gluten-free by substituting GF flour for the regular flour called for in the recipe.

Source: via Hollie on Pinterest


Gluten-free egg muffins


I could keep pinning, but this is just to show you some of the great recipes put there! Happy pinning!

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  1. Oh, I love Pinterest. I could browse all day long if I could. 🙂 Recipes are one of the best things to pin. It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut and it’s a very easy place to find inspiration. p.s. I am definitely trying those chick peas!

    1. Andrea, thank you so much for dropping by and commenting. 🙂 Yes, I spend way too much time on Pinterest – too many good things! We had the chickpeas yesterday- just olive oil and sea salt – they went way too quickly!

  2. Is there a danger that as a rueslt of the publicity around this latest diet fad some will think gluten free means excluding just bread, pasta, pastries etc and not realize that gluten is hidden in so many other locations of our food and other products? I’d hate to go a restaurant that has a so-called GF menu and find out (too late) that they just thought they could leave the bun off the hamburger but not the bbq sauce with gluten, due to ignorance of what GF really means. Also, referring to the previous post. We DO need many more GF beers! That is the big, big thing for me. Not that I am an alcoholic, but the joys of tasting new beer or the social aspects of sharing a pitcher with friends after a bike ride, or simply being able to go to a pub with friends and have a drink is a major thing for many of us that like(d) beer. It is far more than just a drink. Not being able to drink beer is like being the first to get married nobody calls you anymore to go out and socialize!

    1. Unfortunately, many see this as a ‘fad’ – they do not realize that there are some of us who need to be on a gluten free diet and taking the burger out of the bun is not going to cut it. There definitely has to be more education and awareness, especially in the food industry. Hopefully, it will happen sooner rather than later.
      On to the beer – yes, it would be nice to see more variety , especially for people who truly enjoy beer. The social aspect is so important, not being able to enjoy a beer or go out for dinner with friends is definitely a hurdle.
      Hopefully, we will see more restaurants providing a great gluten free menu as well as carrying a great variety of gluten free beer soon! 🙂

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