Wednesday, May 25, 2005

The sign for the table  Posted by Hello
Graduation Gluten Free table Posted by Hello
Coast to Coast for Celiacs -Gluten Free Pot Luck Dinner with Regina and Alex  Posted by Hello
Chatting after the pot luck Posted by Hello
chatting after the pot luck Alex, Greg and Greg Posted by Hello
Regina and Alex sharing products and information Posted by Hello
After the pot luck Posted by Hello
The Gluten Free Pot Luck table Posted by Hello
Pot luck table with Kate, Regina, Alex, Beverly, Gary and Deborah Posted by Hello

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Bolthouse Farms

We have discovered these and they are wonderful. They sell them at Wal-Mart in the produce section. All gf/cf!!

Silk (White Wave) Products

A list of gluten-free (no rye, oats, wheat, or barley) products below.

The natural flavors in the products below do not contain gluten.

White Wave Gluten-free Product List:

Silk Organic Plain
Silk Vanilla
Silk Very Vanilla
Silk Enhanced
Silk Chocolate
Silk Coffee Soylatte
Silk Mocha
Silk Chai
Silk Spice Soylatte
Silk Unsweetened
Silk Light Plain
Silk Light Vanilla
Silk Strawberry
Silk Nog
Silk Exclusively Formulated for StarbucksĀ®
Silk Original Creamer Silk French Vanilla Creamer
Silk Hazelnut Creamer

Silk Cultured Soy
All flavors are gluten-free

Silk live! Smoothies

Hard Tofu (Tidal Wave)
Organic Soft Tofu (Water Pack)
Organic Firm Tofu (Vacuum Pack)
Extra Firm Tofu
Organic Firm Tofu (Water Pack)
Fat Reduced Tofu
Transitional Firm Tofu (Vacuum Pack)

Tempeh Original Soy
Tempeh Soy Rice
Tempeh Sea Veggie

Sunday, May 01, 2005

Coast to Coast for Celiac May 24th Potluck

Coast to Coast for Celiac

The Norman Celiac Group is planning to do a gf potluck at Trinity Lutheran Church in Norman on May 24th. We will have her share what has happened on her trip up to this point. For more information please contact: Kate Martin at 364-5612 or email at

Regina Erskine, from Portland, Maine is doing an awareness/fundraising campaign in the form of a coast-to-coast bicycle ride. She will start in late April in San Diego, CA and finish up in Portland, ME by the Fourth of July.

The purpose:

First is increased awareness, which includes educating the general public about celiac and encouraging anyone who may unknowingly suffer from it to get tested.

Second is fundraising, where all donations I receive will go to the university of Maryland, Center for Celiac Research.

Here are some suggestions from Regina's email:

"I welcome your suggestions as to ways that we could make this ride a success for all of us. Here are a few ideas that I have come up with:

- having your members ride with me when I bicycle through your town. Local newspapers and TV stations could be contacted for this and it could be turned into an "event."

- meeting with your group over a pot-luck dinner. I would be happy to talk to your group about my ride and share any experiences I have had.

- helping to find us a place to stay for the night, whether it be a hotel, campground, or even someone's house.

- collecting donations from your members and community to help out with the expenses of my awareness ride.

I'm very open to any other ideas you may have to help me out. Please write to me and let me know what you have in mind!" is the website for more information.