Gluten-Free Sourdough Pizza

Gluten-Free Sourdough Pizza | Who could give up pizza? With an array of suggested dietary approaches and eliminations these days, the thought of giving up classic dishes like pizza is rather sad! I am here to tell you that it is absolutely possible to make a delicious whole food gluten-free pizza that will wow your family and friends. | GNOWFGLINS.com

Who could give up pizza? With an array of suggested dietary approaches and eliminations these days, the thought of giving up classic dishes like pizza is rather sad! I am here to tell you that it is absolutely possible to make a delicious whole food gluten-free pizza that will wow your family and friends. [by Jenna Ettlich]

Grandma Mabel’s Sauerkraut and Spareribs

Grandma Mabel's Sauerkraut and Spareribs | The moment we walked through Grandma Mabel's front door for our two week visit, the aroma of her sauerkraut and spareribs welcomed us. No visit was complete without this simple comfort food. She would begin preparing it early in the day, layering the ribs and the homemade kraut in the same vintage Dutch oven. I'm sharing the exact way Grandma prepared this dish, as well as an alternative to help you preserve the probiotics in your sauerkraut. | GNOWFGLINS.com

The moment we walked through Grandma Mabel’s front door for our two week visit, the aroma of her sauerkraut and spareribs welcomed us. No visit was complete without this simple comfort food. She would begin preparing it early in the day, layering the ribs and the homemade kraut in the same vintage Dutch oven. I’m sharing the exact way Grandma prepared this dish, as well as an alternative to help you preserve the probiotics in your sauerkraut. [by Jenny Cazzola]

Probiotic Water Kefir Tea

Probiotic Water Kefir Tea | When I began to make water kefir, I ran into a problem pretty quickly: what was I going to do with it? All of the probiotic elixir coming out of my kitchen just couldn't go to waste! At first I mixed the water kefir with freshly-squeezed lemon juice to create lemonade, but soon my family wanted more variety. So... I experimented with tea. | GNOWFGLINS.com

When I began to make water kefir, I ran into a problem pretty quickly: what was I going to do with it? All of the probiotic elixir coming out of my kitchen just couldn’t go to waste! At first I mixed the water kefir with freshly-squeezed lemon juice to create lemonade, but soon my family wanted more variety. So… I experimented with tea. [by Katie Baldridge]

Gluten-Free Sourdough Bread (with FREE Video)

Gluten-Free Sourdough Bread (with Video) | Healthy gluten-free sourdough? Yes, it's totally possible... and it's delicious! Sharon Kane, the expert gluten-free baker behind Gluten-Free Sourdough Company, has launched a product line of gluten-free sourdough bread mixes and starters. She sent me a few mixes to try, and my family absolutely loves them. I made a video to show you how how easy and wonderful they are! | GNOWFGLINS.com

Healthy gluten-free sourdough? Yes, it’s totally possible… and it’s delicious! Sharon Kane, the expert gluten-free baker behind Gluten-Free Sourdough Company, has launched a product line of gluten-free sourdough bread mixes and starters. She sent me a few mixes to try, and my family absolutely loves them. I made a video to show you how how easy and wonderful they are! [by Wardee Harmon]

A Victorian Christmas: Using Seasonal and Preserved Foods at Christmas

A Victorian Christmas: Using Seasonal and Preserved Foods at Christmas (and a note about suet) | GNOWFGLINS.com

After spending far too much time in delightful research, here are my takes on three popular Christmas recipes that feature seasonal or preserved foods commonly found during the Victorian era, as well as links to other favorite foods that deserve a place on any Christmas table, regardless of the period of history. [by Kresha Faber]

Culture Chronicles

Kombucha Square

If the cultures in my kitchen could talk, they’d likely tell tales of their travels — both where they’ve come from and where they’ve gone. Of course, they can’t talk, so I thought I’d tell their tales instead. What about your cultures? Where have they come from, and where have they gone? [by Sonya Hemmings]