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Table of Contents
                            About Angela McKeller
Gluten-Free: Freedom, Not a Life Sentence
About this Book
Understanding Gluten, How it Affects the Body, and Which Tests to Request
Celiac Disease and the Gluten-Free Diet
The Difference: Celiac Disease vs. Gluten Sensitivity
Autism: Does Gluten-Free Really Help?
Gluten-Free: Why It’s Not For Everyone
Stocking Your Gluten-Free Pantry – No More Tears!
DO’s for Your Shopping List:
Don’ts for Your Shopping List:
Where Is the Best Place to Buy Gluten-Free Foods?
Gluten-Free Foods for the Wee Ones
List of Gluten-Free Brands
How to Get the Best Prices on Gluten-Free Brands
Certified Gluten-Free and USFDA Approved- What Does It Mean?
The Role of the USFDA
How to Get My College Student to Eat Gluten-Free at School
Questions About Gluten-Free Foods Answered
Are Gluten-Free Foods Lower in Carbs?
Can I Be Allergic to Gluten-Free?
Ways to Get More Fiber on a Gluten-Free Regimen
What About Over-the-Counter and Prescription Medicines?
	Gluten-Free Home Remedy Cough Syrup
Gluten-Free Doesn’t Mean Anti-Social!
How to Fit In & Avoid Cross Contamination at Potluck Parties
Beer and Alcohol: Quick Overview
More On Being Social – Empowerment!
5 Great Gluten-Free Snacks and Finger Foods
	GF Pigs in a Blanket
	GF & Dairy-Free Creamy Spinach Dip
	GF Chicken Strips with Honey Mustard
	Garlic, Cream Cheese Ham Rolls
	Homemade Guacamole Dip
Everyday Gluten-Free
If Gluten-Free Isn’t for Everyone, What About my Family and Cross Contamination at Home?
A Mixed or GF [Gluten-Free] Household? That is the question
Kitchen Items You MUST Replace ASAP
Gluten Free Lunches for Everyone: 5 Quick and Easy Recipes
	Tex Mex Chicken Wraps
	GF Cheese Pizza “Lunchable” Bento Box
	Smoked Salmon Salad with Cream Cheese, Chive, & Citrus Dressing
	Thai Chicken Salad with Creamy “Soy”– Ginger Dressing
	Chicken & Veggie Spinach Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
What’s for Dinner?
5 Gluten-Free Dinners to Please Everyone
	GF Chicken Parmesan
	Slow Cooker GF Beef Stroganoff
	Spicy GF Beef Tacos
	Chicken and Broccoli Pasta Alfredo
	GF Bacon Mac-n-Cheese
Baking Recipes: From Bread to Dessert, Including a Birthday Cake!
Some Gluten-Free Baking Facts You Need to Know
More About Baking and a Sourdough Recipe
	Yeast-Free Sourdough Starter
	GF Sourdough Focaccia
	Gluten-Free Flour Mix for Baking
	GF Flour-less Peanut Butter Cookies
	GF Strawberry Shortcake
	GF Brownies with Chocolate Frosting
	GF Yellow Birthday Cake with Buttercream Frosting
	Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
The Eating Out Dilemma
Gluten-Free and Eating Out
Restaurants that “Get It”, Committed to Making Dining Out Safe
Safe Restaurant List
Coupon for Print Book
Conclusion
Take Away Gluten-Free Tips
References
The Fabulous Recipe Testers and Photo Contributors
                        
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Table of Contents

About Angela McKeller
Gluten-Free: Freedom, Not a Life Sentence
About this Book
Understanding Gluten, How it Affects the Body, and Which Tests to
Request
Celiac Disease and the Gluten-Free Diet
The Difference: Celiac Disease vs. Gluten Sensitivity
Autism: Does Gluten-Free Really Help?
Gluten-Free: Why It’s Not For Everyone
Stocking Your Gluten-Free Pantry – No More Tears!
DO’s for Your Shopping List:
Don’ts for Your Shopping List:
Where Is the Best Place to Buy Gluten-Free Foods?
Gluten-Free Foods for the Wee Ones
List of Gluten-Free Brands
How to Get the Best Prices on Gluten-Free Brands
Certified Gluten-Free and USFDA Approved-What Does It Mean?
The Role of the USFDA
How to Get My College Student to Eat Gluten-Free at School
Questions About Gluten-Free Foods Answered
Are Gluten-Free Foods Lower in Carbs?
Can I Be Allergic to Gluten-Free?
Ways to Get More Fiber on a Gluten-Free Regimen
What About Over-the-Counter and Prescription Medicines?

Gluten-Free Home Remedy Cough Syrup
Gluten-Free Doesn’t Mean Anti-Social!
How to Fit In & Avoid Cross Contamination at Potluck Parties
Beer and Alcohol: Quick Overview
More On Being Social – Empowerment!
5 Great Gluten-Free Snacks and Finger Foods

GF Pigs in a Blanket
GF & Dairy-Free Creamy Spinach Dip

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1/4 cup minced yellow onion
3/4 cup plain coconut milk yogurt 1/4 cup GF mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano

2 cups GF baked corn tortilla chips
Directions
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a square baking dish with GF butter. In a
large mixing bowl, combine spinach, bell pepper, garlic, and onion. Stir in
yogurt, mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt, pepper, oregano, and basil. If adding
cheese, add the 2 cups of grated mozzarella now. Mix until well combined and
transfer to the baking dish. Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until heated through (or
until cheese is melted, if using). Serve with corn chips. If pressed for time, don’t
bother to bake! This is just as tasty chilled.

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Recipe

10 servings


GF Chicken Strips with Honey Mustard

Angela’s drumstick version mentioned at the end of recipe directions.

Chef Ula Robertson, of At Your Service Catering,c creates “great food with an
accent”, which I thought was a fantastic tagline given that she’s making taste
buds dance in New York. Chef Robertson had this to say about this recipe:
“Fantastic! The chicken fingers come out wonderfully flavored and juicy, and
with the sauce they are to die for. The only difference is I used a gluten-free
pancake mix rather than almond meal. I will keep this recipe in my standard
gluten-free repertoire!!!”

Wow, thanks, Chef! I make these all the time and even our neighbor’s 12 year
old daughter asks for them all the time! Check out Chef Ula’s awesome video
testimonials, then her fabulous services. You’ll be glad you did, that’s for sure.

Ingredients
2 lbs. chicken tenderloins, or boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch
strips 1 1/8 cup extra fine almond meal (use a processor to create a flour type
consistency, if needed) 1/4 cup finely grated parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon GF
garlic powder

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Jennings, L. (2012, June 11). Nation’s Restaurant News.”Glutenfree offerings:
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Celiac Sprue Association. (2012). Defining Gluten Free.
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Hauser, A. (2012, August 22). The Huffington Post. “Lady Gaga Reportedly
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