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Romanesco Summer Salad Recipe

A simple Romanesco recipe to brighten up your table
Jun 12, 2014 10:00 am

Calling the world's healthiest vegetables! Oh here they are, in author Laura B. Russell's new cookbook, Brassicas: Cooking The World's Healthiest Vegetables. Fans of broccoli, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts, and yes, of course our darling kale should be very excited. Here is a lively Romanesco salad that will leave you entirely satisfied. Guaranteed.

20 Gluten-Free Recipes To Lighten Up Your Spring

Diverse, delicious, delightfully simple meal ideas
Jun 6, 2014 1:30 pm

Gluten-free cooking can be incredibly diverse, delicious and easy to throw together, not to mention an easy way to lighten up your diet. Keep an open mind in the kitchen and you'll be surprised how many great meals you can make without wheat. Consider substituting pasta with nutritious grains like quinoa and buckwheat. The dessert repertoire does not have to suffer either – keep it cool and fresh with seasonal fruit and popsicles and you won't miss a thing. 

Troubleshoot Your Gluten-Freedom With America's Test Kitchen

This technique-based baking book is a gamechanger
Mar 24, 2014 10:05 am

America's Test Kitchen, the promised land of troubleshooting your most basic cooking fails and fixing problems you never knew you had (I used to save the back covers of my mom's Cook's Illustrated as a kid), recently published The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook. Its creed: you can't just substitute gluten-free flour and expect passable results. You have to change your whole technique (then prepare to welcome back sandwiches).

Glutard Problems: I'm Back On Beer, No Biggie. But Do I Take The Soy Sauce Plunge?

Optimistically toeing the wheat line again
Feb 19, 2014 10:00 am

Jess Kapadia is ready to invite something back into her diet: soy sauce. It's famously cited as a "hidden gluten" culprit and made with up to 80% wheat. So what does it all mean for somebody with a moderate gluten allergy? 

Soy Sauce vs. Tamari. Fight!

What's the different between the two soy sauces?
Feb 10, 2014 4:00 pm

Soy sauce vs. tamari. The question will always be asked: they're identical in the bottle and dish and pretty similar on the palate. So which one should you dip you sushi fish-side down into?

Franklin Becker On The Evolution Of Healthy Eating, Gluten-Free Being In Vogue

Little Beet chef wants the masses to eat healthily
Feb 6, 2014 1:00 pm

Franklin Becker knows firsthand about practicing a healthy lifestyle. The chef of New York City's new Midtown health haven Little Beet reveals that his cooking has become progressively healthier since he was diagnosed with Type II diabetes in 1997. We sat down with the chef to talk about how we got to a place where it's cool to eat healthy and, apparently, "in vogue" to eat a gluten-free diet. Yes, we've certainly come a long way.

JES Unleashes The Beet, Spins A Crab Cake

Globetrotting DJ creates a fitter, healthier tour
Jan 16, 2014 3:00 pm

The secret weapon to world-traveling DJ JES' longevity: mastery of healthy living habits in a world famous for no sleep, tons of booze, etc. and 3 a.m. pizza. Not that 3 a.m. pizza is totally out of the question. Depriving a New Yorker of pizza is about as unhealthy as it gets. Plus, she made Vibe's top 10 female DJs of 2013, motivated us to get more sleep and loaned us an awesome recipe for healthy crab cakes. Thanks, JES!

5 More Gluten-Free Beers That Are Actually Worth Drinking

Awesome gluten-free beer pushes on!
Jan 15, 2014 3:00 pm

In the year since I last wrote about the best gluten-free beers, I had high hopes that the expanding gluten-free beer industry would completely take off. Unfortunately in most cases, bartenders still tend to say things like “uh, we have Strongbow" — a cider. If 100% certified gluten-free brews actually worth drinking are what you're after, crack open these 5 recommended options.

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