Lori teaches students at the CIA about celiac disease.

A Visit to the C.I.A.

by Cassidy Stockton

Lori teaches students at the CIA how to cook for those with celiac disease.

I just returned from an incredible adventure to Hyde Park, New York!  I was given the opportunity to teach a class on gluten-free baking at the Culinary Institute of America.

The C.I.A. is the premier culinary

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Biscuits and Starlets by Lambchop

Biscuits by Lambchop

by Cassidy Stockton

Sensible treats for sensitive dogs.

When we started producing gluten free flours in a dedicated facility, we knew that this would help many people with food allergies or intolerance to feel safe about the products they were choosing. What we didn’t anticipate is how this might ripple out into other

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Chocolate, Bacon, Syrup… Oh My!

by Matt Cox

Rock Lobster racer tweaks a Bob's Red Mill brownie

Facebook friend Sarah shared this photo featuring our GF Brownie Mix topped with bacon and maple syrup… does it look good or gross? You be the judge.

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Gluten Free Cornmeal Pancakes

Test Kitchen: New GF Corn Products

by Chelsea Lincoln

I am very excited that we now offer gluten free corn products. Over the years, countless customers have requested gluten free corn products, and knowing that we can finally fulfill that need, makes me very happy.

I got to play around the kitchen and discover recipes using the Gluten Free

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Gluten Free Cornbread made with GF Cornmeal

Test Kitchen: Brownies made with Almond Meal Flour

by Chelsea Lincoln

Brownies are a certain delight in any household. While trying to come up with new ways of using our Almond Meal Flour, we discovered it can make some great brownies. The bonus about this experiment is that we not only came across a wonderful tasting brownie, but it is gluten

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Gluten Free Like Me Update #3

by Matt Cox


So I’m on my fourth week of my self-imposed gluten abstinence program and things have been going very well. With the exception of sneaking a big mouthful of one of my favorite Portland brews, I haven’t wavered. Here’s a picture of the awesome sauteed rainbow chard and garlic topped

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Gluten Free and Winning

by Chelsea Lincoln

As I mentioned in my gluten free update, I entered a bake off contest at my local vegetarian organization’s monthly potluck. I realized as the potluck began that my food choices were a lot more limited than others and unfortunately I was one of the last in line so my

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Gluten Free Like Me Update #2

by Matt Cox

Since my post last week, I haven’t had one (known) ingestion of gluten. I nearly at some tortilla chips that I assumed were safe but after a second pass at the ingredient statement, I found some white flour. To spite my faux disease, I ate a few bites of the

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