Post image for Celebrate Oktoberfest With Gluten Free Soft Pretzels

Blazing fall foliage, crisp blue-sky days, hot spiced cider… this time of year is just begging to be celebrated.  Read more »

Denise Anderson -Dec 19, 2014, 4:01PM
Hi! I'm not a pretzel eater but these look absolutely delicious!! I am planning on using these for a Christmas gift ( my sister in law is gluten free and LOVES pretzels) but how do you recommend i do it? Do you think I can freeze them before the boiling part and in the instructions to her tell her to let them thaw and then boil or should I boil the pretzels then freeze? please help thank you!!
Krista -Oct 04, 2014, 6:50PM
Why do you boil them?

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I’m going to be honest and say that pickles rank very high up on my list of favorite foods. Read more »

aleisharaquel -Sep 16, 2014, 1:57PM
My best fall memories as a kid were pickling carrots with my mom and sisters. This year I decided to give it a dry. I made a very similar recipe to this one at home with some large pickling cucumbers and without the whey. The cucumbers are sliced in circles and simply left for a week to "pickle". The taste is so refreshing and the pickles super crunchy. Feeling inspired I also pickles beans from the garden, cutting both sides to allow the pickling mixer to seep in and adding hot peppers, chilli flakes and a squirt of sriracha. Cheers, Aleisha Raquel
Alexandra -Sep 16, 2014, 12:30PM
Mmmm! This sounds so yummy. Thanks for sharing! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com

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Post image for What To Eat Before You Run: A Guide

For a long time, one of the most mystifying things about running to me — and exercise in general — didn’t even involve the action itself, it had to do with what you’re required to do before and after (and sometimes during) a workout. Read more »

Mary -Oct 23, 2014, 9:11AM
All of these are very helpful tips. Thank you for sharing them.
Valerie - Selling Homes in Philly -Oct 08, 2014, 12:15AM
Thank you so much for this, Julie! I just start running, and have become so confused with all the contradicting things I've been reading about what to eat before and after a run. You just answered all my questions! Thank you! I'm definitely sharing this with my friends!

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Post image for Roasted Fig, Hazelnut, & Brussels Sprout Salad

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Ellie -Sep 19, 2014, 3:38PM
This looks so good! Which camera did you use to take the photos? Ellie xx http://thoughts-of-a-fashion-lover.blogspot.de/
Maïa -Sep 19, 2014, 9:38AM
Mmmmmm I think I'm gonna try this tonight !!! I love so much figs and hazelnuts !! x, Maïa http://wildandfolkheart.com

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Post image for Anatomy Of A (Real) Healthy Breakfast Smoothie

Let’s talk about smoothies.  Read more »

MichaelPalmer -Oct 01, 2014, 8:19AM
I also like to try different food items all the time. From my experience, we have to eat a lot in the morning. Lot in sense protein wise. Protein is the key element which keeps us running all the time. Eating fresh food in the morning is also a good thing.
Ana -Sep 24, 2014, 2:48PM
Love the recipes! You have really great ideas. I normally just take some fruits and put them in the bag - really quick breakfast preparation :) - and then eat them on my way to work or when I'm already in the office. If I have more time then I cook something evenig before - like rice pudding or protein pancakes. Breakfast is for me also very important. I just enjoy Long breakfasts on sunday Mornings :) xoxo

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This post comes from our friend Summer Ashley of The Great Kosmic Kitchen. Read more »

Alexandra -Sep 08, 2014, 11:36AM
Pinning this! My mom made pesto the other night, she would love this recipe! Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
dani -Sep 08, 2014, 11:14AM
I love that every time I read this blog, I find out about some new herb or mineral or food that I hadn't previously known existed. Always so new and eye-opening! I have to find some of this Holy Basil now. <3 dani http://blog.shopdisowned.com

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This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian. Read more »

Alexandra -Sep 08, 2014, 11:44AM
Good & good for you! Thanks for sharing. Love all those vibrant colors. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
Caitlin -Sep 07, 2014, 8:42PM
This looks incredibly yummy. It will be the perfect use of all my the late summer veggies!

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Post image for Gnocchi di Zucca Recipe

In Italy, the food grows plentifully. On a recent trip to a Tuscan villa, we found ourselves surrounded with figs, olives, cantaloupe, oranges, and herbs for the taking. Giant acorn squash grew in a patch on the terraced hillside next to our home; we were able to pick one and incorporate it into many meals. One of my personal favorites evolved into an evening long procession of gnocchi. Read more »

Naomi -Sep 06, 2014, 11:47AM
Jen- so sorry - yes- mix the ricotta in with the dough!
Hypnotica Vintage -Sep 06, 2014, 9:21AM
these look seriously good. Might try a version at my upcoming farm job- lots of good local squash and hungry folk. http://www.etsy.com/shop/HypnoticaVintage

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Post image for Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies. Read more »

Michelle -Sep 24, 2014, 1:17AM
@Tihana- not all oats are safe for celiac patients, or those with wheat or gluten allergies. Some cross contamination can occur in processing if they are packaged in a facility that handles flour or wheat products or came into contact while growing or being harvested. Oats also can cause a similar reaction to wheat in those with sensitivities or allergies to wheat, since the protein found in oats (avenin) is similar to gluten and some people can't tolerate oats either. @thefolia - there are some varieties of oats that *are* gluten free, but you'll need to read the package to determine if it was handled in a gluten free facility. Ultimately, oats aren't always safe for those with celiac disease or similar conditions (ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, etc...) because even without the presence of wheat gluten, you may still be sensitive to the oats themselves.
Tihana -Sep 08, 2014, 11:52AM
@thefolia of course not, oats are gluten free by nature.

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Post image for Grain-Free Pressed Herb Biscuits

I recently rid my diet of basically all grains and starches, and I’ve surprisingly been having such a fun time experimenting with making different kinds of breads using alternate types of flour. Read more »

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Post image for The Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe You’ve Been Searching For

A new season is here… Read more »

Emma -Oct 19, 2014, 7:42AM
I would just like to say that this was lovely. Thank you for sharing!
Cindy -Sep 27, 2014, 3:10PM
I did not really like this recipe either. Only because my expectations didn't match up with reality. The ginger made it too spicey and overpowered any of the pumpkin pie flavor I was hoping for. I added more agave nectar to sweeten but the ginger was just too much for a latte. The chai tea recipe was awesome though!

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Post image for Adventures in Homemade Marshmallow Making

Sometimes when the internet tells you to not do something, it’s best to listen.  Read more »

Danielle -Dec 19, 2014, 6:23AM
Can anyone who's made these verify whether they actually turned out well or not?
Audrey Shepard -Nov 25, 2014, 3:09PM
I'm thinking rose flavored marshmallows...

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