Submitted by Jenn on Fri, 09/26/2014 - 20:20
In the heart of Endicott is a sweet little ice cream shop called Wolfies. I had heard from a friend that they have gluten-free cones, so I decided to check it out! Sure enough, they have a gluten-free cone option. When I ordered, I looked to see how the server handled the cone. I went several times and noticed that all of the servers were careful to wrap the cone in a napkin. My son and I did not have any issues at all.
Submitted by Jenn on Tue, 04/15/2014 - 22:13
Here are Health Beat's Gluten-Free Sales for April:
Submitted by Jenn on Wed, 04/02/2014 - 11:06
If you go on over to Jules Gluten Free today, there are some FABULOUS daily deals. These include six bags of sugar cookies for $25 (a 62% savings), bread mix for $4.95 (a 50% savings), and several other great products. Don't miss out on these great deals. Also, make it worth your while, as there are shipping costs.
Submitted by Jenn on Wed, 02/19/2014 - 21:18
I've adjusted to being gluten-free pretty well and don't miss too many food items anymore. There are so many substitutes out there now...or I've just learned to do without. Being gluten-free has certainly limited my donut options, though. Dunkin Donuts, in my opinion, has some really good donuts--none of which I can actually eat anymore. Last year I was thrilled when I read that Dunkin Donuts was testing gluten-free blueberry muffins and gluten-free cinnamon sugar donuts.
Submitted by Jenn on Thu, 02/13/2014 - 12:20
Good Housekeeping has some great gluten-free dessert ideas for Valentine's Day. Check them out over here!
Submitted by Jenn on Mon, 02/10/2014 - 23:13
Here are Health Beat's gluten-free sales for the month of February:
- Wholesome Sweeteners agave nectar 44 oz $9.99
- Endangered Species chocolate bars $2.00 each
- Field Day organic broth: chicken or vegetable $2.29 a quart
- Kinnikinnick blueberry bagels $2.89/pkg
- Lundberg rice chips - BBQ, Lime, SeaSalt, Seaweed $2.49 per bag
- Lundberg organic black bean chips $2.99 per back
Submitted by Jenn on Sat, 02/01/2014 - 12:12
While there apparently is some debate over whether or not those with a gluten issue should avoid beauty products that contain gluten, I, in fact, am convinced that I need to avoid them. First of all, it doesn't make any logical sense to use a lip product with gluten in it: I chew my lips! Also, to use a hand lotion with gluten in it, in my opinion, seems to be asking for a problem.
Submitted by Jenn on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 23:33
Food and Fire in Johnson City is a great restaurant for anyone who cannot have gluten but still appreciates good food! I went there tonight and was very impressed with...everything! Our server was knowledgeable concerning gluten and also cross contamination issues. Not only was she able to tell me the gluten-free information, but she also knew it off the top of her head and didn't need to go check somewhere else while everyone in our party waited on me and my food issues (because, yes, that has happened to me in restaurants before...).
Submitted by Jenn on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 23:21
I haven't always been real daring when it comes to trying out new places to eat. With my gluten issues, it can be...kind of scary. I would say that finally, after several years of eating gluten-free, I now feel more confident to try new places. So, tonight, for the first time in about four years, I stepped foot inside a Friendly's.
Submitted by Jenn on Sun, 01/26/2014 - 19:02
You still have time to get in on these gluten-free sales this month!