How often do your kids look in the fridge or rummage the pantry only to call out” Hey, mom! There’s nothing to eat here”?

It’s normal to hear occasional whining from the gang when they’re looking to snack or eat but “How could that be?” is my immediate response, after all I shopped just two days ago and stocked both the fridge and pantry. Well, in a gluten-free kitchen it is a constant concern because the choices are limited to the amount of time you can spend on baking and cooking and filling up your freezer.

There are few breaks and few shortcuts when you must have a 100 per cent gluten-free kitchen. This means having to prepare snacks and meals 365 days a year. It is not a choice, but one of those things you HAVE to do. There is breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks all day long, everyday….Celiacs and people with gluten intolerance are lucky in that they don’t need to take medication, and that by following the “gluten-free diet” they can lead normal lives.

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