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  • Gluten free salt and pepper crackers Gluten free salt and pepper crackers
    by Elana Amsterdam | Salt and Pepper Crackers will satisfy your need for a healthy, crunchy snack.
  • Simple green juice Simple green juice
    by Elana Amsterdam | Simple Green Juice made with just three ingredients (cucumber, parsley, and lemon) is ultra refreshing.
  • Gluten-free vanilla fig bars Gluten-free vanilla fig bars
    by Elana Amsterdam | Easy vanilla fig bars made with dried figs, shredded coconut and almonds --gluten free, Paleo, Primal, delicious.
  • What to eat when you can't cook anything: Strategies for the chronically fatigued What to eat when you can’t cook anything: Strategies for the chronically fatigued
    by Candice | The room is spinning, your legs feel like jello, you've got an ice-pick headache and it feels like someone whacked you in the stomach with a ping pong paddle... And it's time to make breakfast.
  • What to eat when you can't eat anything: Little Miss Sunbuttershine What to eat when you can’t eat anything: Little Miss Sunbuttershine
    by Candice | Sunbutter is an alternative to nut butter, made entirely of ground sunflower seeds. The first time I tasted it, I declared that it was sunshine in a jar.
  • What to eat when you can't eat anything: Replacing forbidden favorites What to eat when you can’t eat anything: Replacing forbidden favorites
    by Candice | Sometimes, just occasionally...for a few moments...I really just want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
  • Paleo spiced nuts Paleo spiced nuts
    by Elana Amsterdam | With black pepper, chili powder and cumin, any nut lover will enjoy the supercharged flavor of these spicy nuts!
  • Minted papaya avocado salad Minted papaya avocado salad
    by Kim Christensen | Light, bright and perfect for any meal during the hot summer months.
  • Sweet 'n sour rhubarb pickles Sweet ‘n sour rhubarb pickles
    by Kim Christensen | Sour, sweet, and heavily spiced, these pickles are a bold addition to a relish tray or served with Indian, Middle Eastern, or North African dishes.
  • Gluten-free Gluten-free “wheat” thins
    by Elana Amsterdam | When I was a child I loved crackers. Still do. I especially loved Wheat Thins. Can't have those anymore. Solution? I've made my own.
  • Cultured curried carrot sticks Cultured curried carrot sticks
    by Kim Christensen | Slightly sour, slightly salty, slightly spicy, and plenty crunchy - serve along side sandwiches or wraps, Indian-style meals, as part of a relish tray, or eat straight out of the jar.
  • Rosemary cumin socca Rosemary cumin socca
    by Kim Christensen | Once you make socca, you'll never want to live a life without it. Socca is a thin, unleavened flatbread or pancake made from chickpea flour.
  • Toasted cumin and paprika hummus Toasted cumin and paprika hummus
    by Kim Christensen | Hummus is delicious, economical, easy-to-prepare, and has endless opportunity for variation.
  • Baked lemon kale chips Baked lemon kale chips
    by Elana Amsterdam | We are loving these Lemon Kale Chips. I can't make enough of them --the boys scarf them down hot out of the oven.
  • Sugar-free homemade beef jerky Sugar-free homemade beef jerky
    by Kim Christensen | This jerky is easy to make, addictively delicious, and much more affordable and allergy-friendly than buying it pre-made.
  • Spicy power bar Spicy power bar
    A gluten-free, vegan, super nourishing, delicious, tri-doshic energy bar.
  • Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame
    by Kim Christensen | I decided to share a lovely recipe from my A Year to Eat Freely: 2011 Allergy-Friendly Recipe Calendar today- easy to prepare and delicious!
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    Enter by Saturday, October 16 at 9 pm CST to win a free "A Year to Eat Freely" 2011 allergy-friendly, gluten-free recipe calendar by Kim Christensen
  • Super shakes! Super shakes!
    I love green smoothies. And brown ones even more - now that I discovered the joy of mood-boosting raw cacao powder!
  • Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator Making vegetable chips in a food dehydrator
    For the longest time, I have dreamt of having a stainless steel food dehydrator to make vegetable chips, crackers, and other health-filled, nutrient-dense snack foods.
  • Chicken salad bruschetta Chicken salad bruschetta
    This is one of my favorite quick meals to eat when I'm in the mood for toast but want a meal with substance.
  • Cultured kohlrabi dill pickles Cultured kohlrabi dill pickles
    These naturally fermented, vinegar-free kohlrabi “pickles” are crunchy, salty, and tart, and very reminiscent of classic cucumber pickles.
  • Fresh pea dip with sorrel and thyme Fresh pea dip with sorrel and thyme
    A lot like hummus, but green - with the incredible flavor of peas bursting through, highlighted by thyme, sorrel, and olive oil.
  • Toasted nori crisps - a.k.a. seaweed crack Toasted nori crisps – a.k.a. seaweed crack
    These are light, airy, crispy, salty, and aromatic. One bite and you're hooked. If you have any hesitancy about eating seaweed, these tempting little things will turn you right around!
  • Pepper-crusted cashew cheese with herbs Pepper-crusted cashew cheese with herbs
    Use it on crackers or fresh vegetables - it is great with thinly sliced radish. Spread it on bread, or use it on pizza. Do anything with it!
  • Breakfast bars Breakfast bars
    Filling and tasty omega-3 packed power bars - eat 'em for breakfast, as a snack, or a healthy dessert.
  • Cherry almond chocolate crisp bars Cherry almond chocolate crisp bars
    Raw or baked, these delicious whole food treats are packed with healthy fats, vitamins, and protein so you can snack guilt-free!
  • Asian coleslaw Asian coleslaw
    Spice up a classic summer side dish with ume plum vinegar, toasted sesame seeds, lime juice, and freshly grated ginger. Zing!
  • Vanilla maple coconut yogurt fruit salad Vanilla maple coconut yogurt fruit salad
    This could be a side, a snack, a dessert or a leftover midnight snack. You gotta love the creaminess the coconut yogurt provides, and the simple sweetness of the fresh fruit and maple syrup combo.
  • Wasabi-garlic raw kale chips Wasabi-garlic raw kale chips
    Nutritionally, these chips pack a serious punch - kale is one of the most nutrient dense foods out there, full of vitamin K, A, and C, and a wide variety of other nutrients, from B vitamins to omega-3s to calcium.
  • Beet hummus Beet hummus
    A unique twist on a Middle Eastern spread. Goes great with gluten-free pita bread or crackers.
  • Rosemary fig crackers Rosemary fig crackers
    A quick, easy-to-make, and very delicious recipe.
  • Hearty trail muffins Hearty trail muffins
    A good treat to bring with you camping, biking, or hiking - full of protein and fiber, they will sustain you for hours.