Living Without Magazine is not only tailored to the gluten-free diet, but dairy-free and other food allergies, such as shellfish, nuts, soy and more! The most recent issue, June-July 2011, contains an article on “A Celiac Pill” which is now in Phase II trial (which I am researching and will publish an article soon); Restaurant Rules for Children; Special Need, Special Diet; Safety Tips; Places to Dine; Favorite Foods for Kids; The Gut-Brain Connection; Parents’ Tool Kit; and so much more! It appeared so interesting I subscribed myself! Definitely worth it!
Their website contains an entire section on gluten-free. wonderful, too!
- Lemon Poppy Seed Waffles
- Multigrain Waffles
- Chickpea and Chives Waffles
- Vanilla Belgium Waffles
- Gluten-Free Pasta Pickup Salad with Pesto and Tomatoes
- Grain-Free Chicken Bites
- Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Cream Puffs
- Buttery Margarine
- Gluten-free, Dairy-free and Egg-free Passover Dessert
- Gluten-Free Lime Jicama Coleslaw
Free Gluten-Free Articles
- In the Kitchen: Sandwich Bread, Peanut Flour & More!
- Favorite Foods for Kids
- Postcards from Allergy-friendly Camp
- Gluten Attack: Ataxia
- In the Kitchen: Whole Grains, Stevia, Gluten-Free Bread & More!
- Slim, Trim…and Healthy
Homemade Margarine and more!
The above recipes and articles are free, but if you sign up for a paid subscription you will have access to more.
They also make available downloadable eBooks and eCookbooks which cost $8.95 each:
- Gluten-Free Chocolate Desserts
- Gluten-Free Breads
- Best Bets for a Gluten-Free Breakfast
- Keeping a Clean Home with Natural Ingredients
They even have gluten-free and casein-free dining cards for sale!
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you [Living Without Magazine] address quite a few problems, but i’m surprised that there isn’t more sugarfree options it would be nice to bake something with a recipe that doesn’t call for sugar. gluten free is great, but sugar is a HUGE NO NO for everyone on the planet, and no one addresses this. there’s a million recipes out there that are gluten free but not SUGAR FREE, and that is as important, as gluten free. i can only eat honey, and stevia, no other sweeteners are acceptable for me. could you put anything in your magazine that doesn’t have sugar, but is still good to eat…..
Living Without is not my magazine. You can address this issue with them at http://www.livingwithout.com/. I understand your need for sugar-free gluten-free recipes. Your concern has been addressed by another gluten free blog: http://simplysugarandglutenfree.com/ She posts all gluten-free sugar-free recipes. I have no doubt you’ll be able to find some recipes using only stevia or honey. I hope this helps.
For those that use agave, just know that most recipes are easily converted with the following ratio of agave to sugar:
1. Use 2/3 cup agave for each 1 cup of sugar.
2. Reduce the liquid in the recipe by about 1/4 cup.
Because agave tends to brown more than white table sugar, you may need to reduce the oven temperature in baked goods and just bake a little longer.