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Melanie's Multi-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend, dairy free, nut free, gum free, soy free baking

Melanie Lynn’s Gluten-Free Flour Blend – No Gums Nuts or Soy

Nut free, gum free, soy free, whole grain, gluten-free flour! Melanie Lynn's Gluten-Free Flour Blend is made with only four ingredients, brown rice flour, potato starch, sweet rice flour and coconut flour! Nothing scary or unusual, just ingredients you are already using in your kitchen. I began creating recipes for my family when it took longer to search for a recipe that fit our restrictions than it did to craft my own recipes. There is a myriad of gluten-free flour blends available so what is different about Melanie Lynn’s Gluten Free Flour Blend? My flour blend is crafted to be used without xanthan or any other gum! I would rather engineer a recipe to work with whole food flours than engineer my flour to work with an existing recipe. Why not use gums? Xanthan gum...

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Beginner’s Guide to Authentic Pico de Gallo Salsa

Everything you need to know about making pico de gallo salsa including the recipe. What ingredients to use to master that perfect balance of sweet tomato and spicy jalapeño, set off by the freshness of cilantro. Use this recipe for gluten free lettuce tacos and for making fermented salsa.   There is never enough pico de gallo salsa at our house! We can eat it on steak, salad, with mexican rice or on fajitas. In fact, all we really need is a spoon!     I used to make the worst salsa! My hubby suffered blistered lips, wondered why I was serving chopped onions and chips for a snack and gagged more than a few times as I presented him with yet another attempt to master fresh salsa. Then he hinted that perhaps I should just...

Melanie's Gluten Free Flour Blend

15 Tips for Easy Gluten Free Travel

Traveling and staying on a gluten free diet is hard! Your kids see all of the fast food restaurants whiz by and want to eat the foods that will hurt their tummies. How can you travel gluten free and protect your body at the same time?     Our family had the pleasure of taking a couple of trips out of state this year. Here are my best to make travel easy - even on a restricted diet and tight budget.   [embed][/embed] Travel gluten free that is fun and easy!   Travel by car whenever possible   Pack your clothes 4 days in advance so that you have time to get food packed   Don’t risk a reaction for the sake of convenience - eating out might not be worth the risk.   Plan your meals ahead of time and eat from your...