Welcome to Allergy Free & Cheap Like Me!
gluten, dairy, egg & soy free…
I’m so happy you are here! I hope to create a place for you to find lots of information about food allergies, as well as, lots of goodies to help you not only eat better, but more affordably! Please feel free to share all of your own tips, tricks, and recipes too! Thank you for stopping by and I hope to see you again very soon! You can read more about my allergy story here.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
- Getting Started – The Gluten-Free Homemaker
- Resources – Celiacs in the House
- Traveling – Gluten-Free Travel Blog
- Eating Out – Gluten-Free Cat
- Frugal Tips – Gluten Freely Frugal
- Cooking – Ginger Lemon Girl
- Baking – Jules Gluten Free
- Kids – Lynn's Recipe Adventures
- Lunch Boxes – Tessa the Domestic Diva
- Shopping – Gluten Free Pantry
Monday, May 14, 2012
“While Domino’s new Gluten Free Crust is appropriate for those with mild gluten sensitivity, Domino’s and the NFCA do not recommend it for those with celiac disease. Domino’s and the NFCA found that while the crust is certified as gluten free, current store operations at Domino’s cannot guarantee that each handcrafted pizza will be completely free from gluten.”
“Please be advised all of Domino’s menu items, including pizza made with Gluten Free Crust, are prepared in a common kitchen. While the Gluten Free Crust contains no gluten ingredients, there is a risk of gluten exposure. NFCA supports the availability of Gluten Free Crust at Domino’s, but CANNOT recommend the pizza for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten-related disorders other than celiac disease should exercise their own judgment in consuming pizza made with Gluten Free Crust."
- The Gluten Free Crust is stored in a separate area of the walk-in cooler until it is ordered.
- The Gluten Free Crust pizza is made on the same pizza screen and uses the same makeline, ingredients, and utensils as all other pizzas.
- Employees use the same pizza peel and pizza cutter on the Gluten Free Crust pizza as all other pizzas.
- There is no airborne flour in the store. Domino’s® ingredients that contain gluten and should not be added to a Gluten Free Crust are, Philly meat, Alfredo sauce, and Cheddar sauce.
So what are the facts that we know at this time? The crust is indeed certified gluten-free, however each pizza will be prepared and cooked along side non-gluten-free pizzas, and the pizza is not intended for folks who are extra sensitive or have celiac disease. Oh and by the way, just like every other gluten-free product, it will be $3 dollars extra.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
- Monday – Cooking/Baking Gluten-Free
- Tuesday – Nutrition/Wellness
- Wednesday – Raising a Gluten-Free Kid
- Thursday – Dining Out Gluten-Free
- Friday – NFCA Resources You Should Know About
- Anne Byrn of The Cake Mix Doctor – Reading labels and cooking with boxed mixes
- Shirley Braden of gluten free easily – Avoiding hidden gluten
- Kathleen Reale of Be Free for Me – Talking to your child about celiac disease
- Lisa Garza of Gluten Free Foodies – What questions to ask when dining out
- NFCA – Discover NFCA’s Getting Started Guide
- Shauna Ahern of Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef – How to cook and bake gluten-free from scratch
- Erin Elberson of Gluten-Free Fitness – Weight gain and gluten-free processed foods
- Heidi Kelly of Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom – Talking to family & friends about your child’s gluten-free needs
- Chandice Probst of Gluten-Free Frenzy – Trying new gluten-free dishes when dining out
- NFCA – Free Webinars: The easiest way to get new information
- Diane Eblin of The WHOLE Gang – 5 tips to get out of a food rut
- Alisa Fleming of Go Dairy Free – First gluten-free, now lactose intolerant? 5 tips to becoming a dairy-free diva
- Wendy Kaho of Celiacs in the House – Gluten-free challenges at school
- Michael De Cicco-Butz of Gluten-Free Mike – Traveling while gluten-free
- NFCA – 5 resources to handle life’s hurdles
- Amie Valpone of The Healthy Apple – Publishing your gluten-free recipes
- EA Stewart of The Spicy RD – Healthy gluten-free foods you’ve never heard of
- Katie Chalmers of G-Free Kid – 5 tips to empower gluten-free kids
- Carrie Forbes of Ginger Lemon Girl – Starting a gluten-free dining group
- NFCA – Ready to fundraise? Here’s how to start
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
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