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My family actually ate and liked liver!

Yes, my husband and teenage daughter ate liver and liked it. The family is constantly picking on me about hiding "nasty stuff" in their food. Of course, I get away with it because it usually ends up being pretty tasty.

Liver is the super food I am trying to include into our diets on a regular basis. Why? Because it is full of good nutrients such as -

  • B12, B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), biotin and folic acid
  • Minerals- iron, zinc, copper, chromium, selenium. potassium, phosphorus and sodium

Healthy packaged food for travel.

Just getting in from some much needed vacation. Traveling with a gluten allergy can definitely be a challenge. There is no "cheating" for the week.

If you have been around me very long, you know my mantra is "if it comes in a box, it's not food." Well ya know, that works great about 90% of the time. Packing baked potatoes on a mountain biking trip just does not sound like that much fun to me. So here is some of the things I pack for long road trips when hitting the gas station for a candy bar may be a temptation.


I have been living the gluten free lifestyle for almost 2 years. I really don't miss bread or pasta that much, what I have missed is gumbo. It is such a traditional comfort food here in the south. To live life without it just seemed cruel and unfair. But one day I stumbled across a gumbo recipe in Sally Fallon's book Nourishing Traditions. And guess what? Traditionally, gumbo was made with file' and not a flour roux. I felt as though I had won the lottery. I was a little skeptical that it would really taste like gumbo.

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