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Exploring Missoula – Clark Fork Market and Shakespeare & Co.

June 30, 2014
Exploring Missoula - Clark Fork Market and Shakespeare & Co.

Saturday we drove down to the Clark Fork Market in downtown Missoula. We got there at about 11:30 because, Hi we are summer people who like to sleep in. After getting stuck in a no parking zone in our bohemoth truck, we found a parking space across the river. As we crossed the bridge, we […]

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5 Ideas for a Gluten-Free Breakfast Makeover

May 27, 2014
5 Ideas for a Gluten-Free Breakfast Makeover

As a dietitian with celiac disease, May is one of my favorite months. Not only do we get to shine a light with Celiac Awareness Month, but we also get to share just how good gluten-free food can taste! One of the funniest things I hear from people is, “Oh I could never give up […]

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“My life with Inspired RD,” a guest post by my husband

May 15, 2014
from a husband of a celiac

Because May is Celiac Awareness Month, I asked my husband to write a guest post about his experience so far with celiac disease. I am incredibly thankful for his love and never-ending support. Not only does he take care of me when I’m feeling like crap, but he also makes sure that the kids don’t kiss […]

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The Mini Frittata

May 7, 2014
The Mini Frittata #glutenfree

I love making frittatas. A little too much apparently, because my family seems to be tired of them. So I started making mini frittatas, just for me. I eat two slices and save two slices for the next day. Perfect! Just like regular frittatas, you can make this any way you like with whatever you […]

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Why do we keep our home gluten free? (Why wouldn’t you?)

May 5, 2014
Why we keep a gluten-free kitchen for our daughters.

To say I have supportive parents would be an understatement. The older I get, the more thanks I give for the love, loyalty, and encouragement they show me every day. For Celiac Awareness Month, I asked them to write a guest post about how they keep a gluten-free kitchen, not for their sake, but for […]

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My Celiac Story (so far…)

May 1, 2014
My Celiac Story (so far...)

Last month I had the honor of speaking at the Arizona East Valley Celiac Support Group meeting. They have had healthcare professionals come in and speak on nutrition and celiac disease in the past, but I was there for another reason. I was there to share my celiac story. Since May is Celiac Awareness Month, […]

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Simple Fish Tacos

April 7, 2014
Recipe for simple easy fish tacos gluten-free from InspiredRD.com

Last week I promised you the recipe for simple fish tacos Leila requested on her birthday. I make these all the time, and the kids go crazy for them. I think part of the reason is because the fish, while delicious, is also mild in flavor (and not “fishy” at all). The other reason is […]

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Arugula Bean Dip

April 3, 2014
Arugula Bean Dip #glutenfree

Yesterday we celebrated Leila’s 5th birthday with fish tacos and strawberry vanilla cake. She loved the fish tacos, but she may have been even more excited about the cake. It turned out even better than I remembered, and I may have had another piece for breakfast this morning. You can find the recipe for the […]

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Quinoa with Beets and Goat Cheese

March 31, 2014
Quick Quinoa with Beets and Goat Cheese

Spring Training is over, shorts season is here, and I am not 20 years old anymore. Therefore, it’s time to start working out again. I don’t have much of a plan except to do something every day. Whether it’s a DVD, a jog around the neighborhood or quick circuit in the living room, I am […]

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I may eat this every day for the rest of my life

March 18, 2014
Nourish Bowl

I drool every time I see McKel of Nutrition Stripped post a photo of her daily Nourish Bowl, so this week I finally made one of my own. I ate one last night for dinner, then I had the one pictured for lunch. I may eat this every day for the rest of my life. […]

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