Archive for December, 2011


Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

The most important thing to remember when traveling is to plan ahead so you can enjoy a grain and gluten-free trip. I would like to share some tips that have helped me when traveling by land, air or sea. I bake my grain and gluten-free bread, rolls or biscuits ahead of time and store them in the freezer. (The amount that I bake depends on the length of the trip.) When I’m ready to leave for my trip, I pack the breads in a zipper-seal heavy-duty plastic bag and pack them in my luggage. (I also keep a few rolls in my carry-on to have them available en route.) When I arrive at my destination, I place the bread in a small portable refrigerator in my hotel room.


Thursday, December 1st, 2011

I have been living grain-free and gluten-free for many years, and hope we can share information on how to cope in this grain filled world.  There are two books that have helped me immensely that I would like to share.  These books explained in detail how grain and gluten intolerances affect the human body.  The books are Going Against the Grain by Melissa Smith and Celias Disease A Hidden Epidemic by Dr. Peter H.R. Green.  I hope this helps.