Beginner’s Guide to Milk Alternatives

Oatly Oat Milk carton and mug

Being dairy-free can be difficult, especially when looking for alternatives. It is getting easier to find alternatives that fit specific dietary needs. In my sister’s case, she needs alternatives that also don’t contain soy. She’s also had some trial-and-error with milk alternatives that don’t taste very good. Here’s a beginner’s guide to milk alternatives that … Read moreBeginner’s Guide to Milk Alternatives

What to Order at Carrabba’s if You Have Dietary Restrictions

Carrabba's Linguine Positano

Nikki and I are big fans of Italian food. Since she has food sensitivities, going out for Italian food is something we don’t really get to do. We usually make it at home so we can control what goes in it. We were pretty excited to discover that Carrabba’s has options for her. A couple … Read moreWhat to Order at Carrabba’s if You Have Dietary Restrictions

Instant Pot Key Lime Cupcakes (GF, SF, DF)

Key Lime cupcake

A while back, we discovered that ALDI had a Key Lime Cake Mix and a Lemon Cake Mix from their Live G Free line. We bought them with the intention for making an Easter cake with one, but for some reason that didn’t happen. A few weeks ago, we celebrated Nikki’s birthday and she decided … Read moreInstant Pot Key Lime Cupcakes (GF, SF, DF)

Blueberry Lemon Pie (GF, SF, DF, vegan)

Blueberry Lemon Pie

Several months ago, we attended the Living Free Expo. As part of the blogger swag bag, we received a complimentary box of King Arthur Flour’s Gluten-Free Pie Crust Mix. We were eager to bake with it, but neither of us had made a pie before. We mentioned it to my mom, who said she had … Read moreBlueberry Lemon Pie (GF, SF, DF, vegan)

Guide to Ice Cream Alternatives

SO Delicious Salted Caramel Cluster

I SCREAM. YOU SCREAM. WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM ALTERNATIVES. Well, we might not exactly be correct. But, for those with dairy/milk sensitivities or allergies are likely screaming for ice cream alternatives. Sometimes they’re referred to dairy-free alternatives or frozen treats. No matter what you call them, here’s a guide to ice cream alternatives that we … Read moreGuide to Ice Cream Alternatives

Food Sensitivities and Allergies CliffNotes

Dumbledore food allergy meme

If you’ve been following GFS, you’re likely aware that my sister has Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Due to her diagnosis, she cannot have gluten, dairy, or soy. You can read more about why I started GFS here. I posted recently about May being Celiac Awareness Month and someone told me that they had never heard of … Read moreFood Sensitivities and Allergies CliffNotes

The Best Dietary Restriction Friendly Pizzas: Part Two

Mod Pizza with ham

Back in 2017, a few months after launching GFS, I wrote a blogpost about pizza. Nikki had tried a few frozen pizzas, but was wanting to find pizzas at restaurants that met her dietary needs. Finding pizza with gluten-free pizza isn’t that hard, it’s finding places with dairy-free cheese. Since it’s been so long since … Read moreThe Best Dietary Restriction Friendly Pizzas: Part Two

What I Learned From Public Speaking Recently

Hermione meme about public speaking

“Do one thing every day that scares you.”  We’ve all heard this quote. Show of hands of people that actually practice this. Every day.  *waits* That’s what I thought. As you probably know, I had a speaking engagement several weeks ago at the Living Free Expo. The offer to give a talk came up both … Read moreWhat I Learned From Public Speaking Recently

My New Coaching Program: Food Sensitivity Success Map

Food Sensitivity Success Map

If you are subscribed to my mailing list, you were the first to know about the program I’ve been working on since November. If you follow GFS on social media, you learned about the program two days later. If you missed the announcement, here’s more about it: Food Sensitivity Success Map: Your ultimate guide to … Read moreMy New Coaching Program: Food Sensitivity Success Map

What to Do When Your Loved One Has an Invisible Illness

Invisible illness

Oftentimes when a person has an illness, there are physical signs that we can see. This could be hair loss, puffy cheeks, or weight loss/gain. Not all illnesses have these physical signs, but they should be treated as any other illness. I have friends with Endometriosis and Fibromyalgia. I know someone with Hashimoto’s. I have … Read moreWhat to Do When Your Loved One Has an Invisible Illness