1. Dorothy Garrett
    June 14, 2014 @ 3:58 PM

    This was a great article. I had noticed that Gluten Free has become more popular but I never actually jumped on the bandwagon. It’s nice to know what gluten is because I honestly had no idea! I did know that carbohydrates were not great for weight loss. My Grandma would always stop eating bread when she needed to lose weight! Even now she will only eat the toppings off the pizza! Thanks for the article!

  2. Kristi Hall
    June 9, 2014 @ 12:01 AM

    Vanessa, great article. My daughter actually has Celiac disease and has been GF 9 yrs. Back then…the only gluten free stuff you could purchase in the store tasted like card board….but when you are 15 yrs old and want bread…you will be happy with a crunchy bland bread. Since then, I have managed to make most of our GF food (I’m no GF as well) foods. The only pre made items I purchase are the noodles. I do buuy bread (I make great bread) but it cost about the same to make it and we eat so little of it. The key is finding a flour that works like regular glutened flour. Namaste gf flour (http://www.namastefoods.com) is AMAZING! I use regular recipes and bake/cook like normal. I purchase it at Costo and it is cheap for gf flour.

    • Vanessa Lerma
      June 11, 2014 @ 11:37 AM

      Thank you Kristi. Wow I’m going to try that flour, I would love to try to make my own bread.

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