Gluten free since June 2003, I lead a celiac/ gluten intolerance group in Virginia. My passion is educating folks on gluten issues and showing how eating gluten free can be easy if you focus on "real" foods versus processed and specialty foods. Read more...
Bertolli Extra Light Olive Oil
Light and extra light olive oils work wonderfully when you don't want that strong olive oil taste. This is the brand I use most often.
Faberware Loaf Pan
If you're like me, you might already have a loaf pan (or several) you've been happily using for years, but if you need a new one, this pan is a bestseller on Amazon.
Also available: Good Cook Loaf Pan
Authentic Foods Multi-Blend Flour
Everyone has their own favorite when it comes to gluten-free flour mixes. I know I do and prefer to make my own, but if you need ready made, here's one option that many like.
Also available: Pamela's Artisan Flour Blend
Simply Organic Cinnamon
Good cinnamon adds so much flavor to recipes. Simply Organic is one I like using. I can even pick it up at my local grocery store now, but often add a jar to my latest Amazon order as well. I go through cinnamon quickly!
Authentic Foods Xanthan Gum
This brand is my favorite. Not inexpensive, but it lasts a long time, usually even well past the expiration date in my experience.
Also available: 8-Ounce Bag of Authentic Foods Xanthan Gum
Domino Light Brown Sugar
I'd say this is the brand of brown sugar that most people, even I, use most of the time because you can pick it up at your local grocery store.
Redmond RealSalt All Natural Sea Salt
I've been using Redmond's sea salt as my "go to" salt or a very long time. I like to transfer it to another container for easier dispensing/measuring.
Native Forest Organic Coconut Milk
This coconut milk is organic and gum free. It also almost always yields pretty terrific "coconut cream" skimmed right off the top the very moment you open it. There's even more, denser cream when the can is refrigerated overnight.
Hain Featherweight Baking Powder (Corn Free, Grain Free)
While I can pick up baking powder at the grocery store, I love that this brand is not only gluten free, but grain free. That makes it a terrific option for those who are corn free, grain free, paleo, primal, and all of us really. FYI--It also doesn't contain aluminum or sodium.
Also available: Rumford Baking Powder (Gluten Free, Aluminum Free)
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