Earlier this year, Pysch Central’s former blog editor Jessica Digiacinto told “Your Body, Your Mind” readers why she started eating a gluten-free diet and even shared the recipe for a gluten-free chia seed pudding and her own review of what she calls the best gluten-free bread.

Somewhere in the midst of all that, Jessica challenged me to a gluten-lite journey (because I have no apparent physical or mental need to abstain from gluten, I saw no need to adopt a completely GF diet), and after researching facts about gluten-free diets (see 5 Quick and Dirty Tips About Gluten-Free Diets), I spent the last half a year or so sharing with you reviews of the various gluten-free foods I’ve tried.

Because 2012 is coming to an end, I thought now would be a good time to round up all those reviews and keep them here in one, tidy place. I don’t expect I’ll stop eating gluten-free dishes whenever they’re options, but I don’t think I’ll review them as often as I did in 2012.

(Of course, I’ll update this list with any review I feel compelled to share.)

Keep in mind, if you need a GF fix, you can head over to Therapy Soup where Richard Zwolinski and C.R. Zwolinski have a nice collection of their own Gluten-Free Challenge Articles.

Without further ado, below are my GF food reviews of 2012:

Also, be sure to check out the Guide to a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving!

 


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    Last reviewed: 28 Dec 2012

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Sparks, A. (2012). Rounding Up the 2012 Gluten-Lite Journey. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 21, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/your-mind/2012/12/rounding-up-the-2012-gluten-lite-journey/

 

 

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