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Tastemaker: Celiac Diagnosis

By Anna Pencek Hello! My name is Anna, and I have celiac disease.  I was diagnosed when I was two and a half. Because I was diagnosed so young, I didn't have to struggle as much as others who were [...]

Tastemaker: Celiac Diagnosis 2021-12-07T09:44:29-06:00

Silent Celiac

By Sarah Guthrie When Fox 4-Kansas City news anchor John Holt was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2004, he realized he was one of the millions of people who have the disease but don’t know it. Medical professionals estimate that [...]

Silent Celiac 2021-12-03T09:48:23-06:00

Gluten-Free Survival Tips for Holiday Entertaining

By Cherie Gough Pass the gluten-free rolls and pumpkin pie this holiday season, even if you’re new to eating gluten-free. With planning and a few tips and tricks, a delicious, gluten-free meal is possible. After several years of learning to [...]

Gluten-Free Survival Tips for Holiday Entertaining 2021-12-02T14:57:55-06:00

Food Is Medicine: The Vegan Diet

By Jora Enge Meet Jora. Growing up, no one ever expected that one day I would become a vegan. Even with all the health-conscious efforts of my parents, I was a picky, stubborn kid. Both my parents knew [...]

Food Is Medicine: The Vegan Diet 2021-11-18T15:38:54-06:00

A Story of Tamales 

Lo invitamos a ver la versión en español aquí. By Kimberly Colula Hispanic Heritage Month Latin America is a large, diverse region, full of rich cultures, ancient traditions, and delicious food. There are the pupusas from El Salvador, a handmade fried corn [...]

A Story of Tamales  2021-11-18T17:20:47-06:00

Una historia de tamales

For the English version, click here.  Por Kimberly Colula Mes de la Herencia Hispana América Latina es una región grande y diversa, llena de ricas culturas, tradiciones ancestrales y comida deliciosa. Tenemos las pupusas de El Salvador, son una tortilla [...]

Una historia de tamales 2021-11-18T17:19:17-06:00

FEI Advocate: Nehgar

By Sofia Gillespie Nehgar with son, Nile. Nehgar Goudat is a mother of a young child with food allergies. Her son, Nile, is allergic to coconut, wheat, dairy, soy, tree nuts, peas, and eggs. “It is a lot [...]

FEI Advocate: Nehgar 2021-10-14T15:18:45-05:00

FEI Advocate: Dawn

By Sofia Gillespie Meet Dawn. “I remember in college one time this couple invited me over for dinner, and they were having pork chops. I'm allergic to pork, but I was too embarrassed to tell them that I [...]

FEI Advocate: Dawn 2021-10-14T15:06:51-05:00

Teal Pumpkin Project

By Kamisha York Peyton’s Allergy Shield of Hope Peyton with a teal pumpkin. Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with my children. Our tradition, which started with my oldest, Jayden, includes dressing up [...]

Teal Pumpkin Project 2021-10-14T10:20:53-05:00

Navigating Adulthood with EoE

By Stephanie Ulrich The Open Cookbook   Growing up, I was able to eat anything and everything. I lived for Chinese dumplings and scallion pancakes, cheesy quesadillas, mint chocolate chip ice cream. And, I was known for having an insatiable [...]

Navigating Adulthood with EoE 2021-10-01T10:27:12-05:00