Friday, November 30, 2012

Gluten Free Canada

All over the world you will find this popular and growing diet-- the gluten free diet. One country particularly grabs my attention as it is a source of a lot of my foods, especially snack foods--Canada. The Canadian Celiac Association is a wonderful organization sharing information and support to Celiacs and gluten sensitive people all over the world. As you fellow gluten free'rs may know, Glutino brands are sourced out of Canada! From their fabulous cookies to their lemon wafers imported from Israel, Glutino is definitely at the top for a wide selection of quality gluten free foods. There is so many wonderful foods out there for gluten free people to enjoy. Check out some of the wonderful brands offered at Gluten Free Success 4U! Don't go on dealing with limitations and boring foods, open up some happiness today; whether in the form of a lemon wafer, or a cookie, who cares. Do it for yourself! Celebrate being gluten free!
~EM KENNEDY~

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

GLUTEN FREE BAKER

If you are looking for a good high quality gluten free bread recipe, look no further! Check out my newest publication available for purchase with the answers you are looking for about gluten free baking. GLUTEN FREE SUCCESS 4 U -- BAKING SECRETS is a guide to understanding the science of gluten free baking. You will find valuable information about the different flours involved in gluten free baking as well as the technique necessary to successfully bake quality gluten free bread, cake, muffins, pie crust, biscuits and more! Take time to check out this wonderful book and learn how simple it is to bake gluten free once you understand the process. ANY ONE CAN BE A SUCCESSFUL GLUTEN FREE BAKER all it takes is understanding the process. Learn for yourself, buy a copy of GLUTEN FREE SUCCESS 4 U -- BAKING SECRETS today!

Friday, November 23, 2012

THE BEST PANCAKE MIX OUT THERE, AND ITS GLUTEN FREE!

Pamela's Ultimate Baking and Pancake Mix, 4-Pound Bags (Pack of 3)

SHOP GLUTEN FREE SUCCESS

Pamela's Ultimate Baking and Pancake Mix, 4-Pound Bags (Pack of 3)
From Pamela's Products


Product Description

Create light and fluffy pancakes and waffles, as well as delicious breads, cakes and muffins and savory entrees with Pamela's baking and pancake mix. It's also a great substitute for flour.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #48 in Grocery & Gourmet Food
  • Brand: Pamela's Products
  • Released on: 2007-02-15

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Thanksgiving dinner is served! Turkey, gravy, dressing, sweet potatoes, collards, butter beans, and rolls.



Happy Thanksgiving to all!
What a beautiful and blessed day today. I hope that all of you are enjoying time with friends and family. Gluten free thanksgiving dinner is served in my home and the popular dressing (stuffing) was the hit it always is. There is nothing like enjoying a hard earned meal with those you love. I will be publishing a book here soon explaining the details of gluten free baking and will offer some of my most popular recipe's for sale. Keep your eyes open for money saving deals and information that will keep you serving the best gluten free food ever and saving on your grocery bill month after month. Coming soon, GLUTEN FREE SUCCESS 4 U -- BAKING SECRETS.
Have a happy healthy gluten free day!
EM KENNEDY

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

ABOUT EM

Hi, you may have seen me before writing on some other popular sights talking about my dedication to going gluten free. Just in case you haven't heard about me, I am a wife and mother who's health was decaying rapidly when at the age of 23 I decided if I did not do something soon I wouldn't be around to watch my children grow up. Doctor after doctor told me that they could not find anything wrong with me. After spending tens of thousands in medical bills, and my children's health decaying too, we decided to find out for ourselves what was wrong. Hours and hours of research and finally we found something interesting~gluten. We gave it a try and it turned our health around completely. I don't worry anymore whether this is my last year to live, I just enjoy life and thank God for allowing me to learn about gluten. If you are facing explainable health problems, I highly recommend that you look into it yourself. I have compiled a book with the information I learned from months of study about gluten, save yourself the trouble and read what I learned for yourself. GLUTEN FREE SUCCESS 4 U--GOING GLUTEN FREE will be coming soon!

Gluten Freedom: Quick, easy recipes will get you into the habit of Cooking Gluten Free


Is all Gluten Free Cooking tough?
You may be one of those who has been gluten free for a few months, noticed a huge improvement in your health, but just can't seem to stay out of the kitchen because of all the neccessary preparation and clean up involved with gluten free cooking. I am sure you've asked yourself, "Is all gluten free cooking tough and messy? Isn't there anything out there quick and easy that tastes good and is good for me?" Well, I have got great news for you, there are lots of different meals out there that you can make that do not require hours in the kitchen! Thanks to Pamela's products, Udi's gluten free products and a lot of hard work and imagination, I can offer you some recipes to free you from your kitchen!
THE BEST OF PANCAKES
a gluten free pancake recipe
2 tablespoons raw flaxseed (not flaxseed meal, it goes bad to fast. Use raw flaxseed or golden roasted, perferably raw for the nutritional benefits as well as the longer life of the product. Bob's red mill carries this flaxseed.)
2 cups warm water
2 cups Pamela's baking and pancake mix (this stuff is awesome!)
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 egg
It is best to cook these pancakes on a large nonstick griddle that holds eight pancakes at a time. It speeds up cooking time as well as clean up. I use a Procter Silex, Hamilton Beach griddle. You will also need a good blender or your pancakes will not be very fluffy, instead they will be tough. I use a Hamilton Beach blender with wave action, it does great for making almond meal and chopping flaxseed.
Combine flaxseed and water in blender till flaxseed is chopped to desired size.(as small as possible)
Add Pamela's mix, egg, sugar, cinnamon and blend till smooth, about 1 minute at the most. Pour onto prepared griddle (425 degrees). Wait till brown to turn (you are working with a darker batter so in order for it to be cooked completely you need to wait till they get past the golden brown stage before you turn them). Let brown on other side then serve. Yields 16-20 4 inch pancakes. Like all pancakes if you want thicker ones just omit some of the water in the recipe, if you want thinner pancakes add water.
These have a delicous nutty flavor and can be enjoyed with butter and real maple syrup or honey.
A word of warning, if you haven't already checked your syrup, look at the ingredients. If you find natural flavors but don't want to throw it away, call the manufacturer. It is best to use real maple syrup, it is healthy and wholesome like all natural things usually are when used in moderation, and has just as much sugar as any other syrup unless you buy artificial light syrup. Honey is a great alternative to maple syrup.
EM Kennedy

GLUTEN FREE FOOD OPTIONS


What kind of foods are safe for people on the gluten free diet? This can be a tricky question because there are so many different brand names out there. For instance, mayonnaise can be gluten free; Helmann's advertises their real mayonnaise to be gluten free I personally use this brand. Helmann's is a great tasting gluten free option that has been popular for a long time.But most of the off brands do not. Your best bet is to go with all natural products, and simple ingredients that specify gluten free or have no natural flavors in it. 
  • Beans, seeds, nuts in their natural, unprocessed form
  • Fresh eggs
  • Fresh meats, fish and poultry (not breaded, batter-coated or marinated)
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Most dairy products
  • Amaranth
  • Arrowroot
  • Buckwheat
  • Corn and cornmeal (be careful with these always read the label)
  • Flax
  • Gluten-free flours (rice, soy, corn, potato, bean)
  • Hominy (corn)
  • Millet
  • Quinoa
  • Rice
  • Sorghum
  • Soy
  • Tapioca
  • Teff
  • These are all safe according to the Mayo Clinic.
  • Remember to enjoy life and always try new food ideas. You may be limiting gluten but you are never limiting your potential! You are as free as long as you allow yourself to be.
  • Have a Happy Healthy Gluten Free Day!
  • EM KENNEDY