Surprise! I have something for you!

TweetThis week I’ve chosen to go off of all grains and dairy. I may choose to do it for a second week as well. I have had so many incidences of gluten contamination in the past year that I really feel like my body needs this break. I talked with some other gluten free women on Twitter how they’ve gone grain and dairy free in the past for intestinal healing after close encounters of the gluten kind. Some people choose to do something like the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, or the Read More …

Fewer Posts

TweetThere have been fewer posts lately because I have found myself overcome by my school work, home life and an attempt at socializing. This seems like it is going to be a very intense semester for me. As a student, that is something that I just have to accept. I have a few blog posts lined up to be written including restaurant and product reviews. Those are probably all you’ll be seeing from me for a while. We also have a family member who is going through chemotherapy starting next Read More …

Magazines at Whole Foods Market

Tweet Can you believe it? There are now two magazines at Whole Foods Market in Kahului that are about living gluten free. One is the very well known Living Without which covers more than just gluten free food. It also covers allergens of all types. They have a great format, and I’ve really enjoyed picking one up occasionally over the past few years. I say occasionally because it’s 6 dollars for a magazine these days. Ouch! Did you know, I told the management at Whole Foods Market in Kahului that Read More …

The Blog is Alive

TweetOver spring break (last week) I began a major redesign of the website and blog. I am hoping to have it up soon. I still need to decide on what pieces of the old site I am going to keep, then I have to move them over. I have not abandoned you, and I don’t intend to do so. Please continue to be patient and you will find the results worthy of your patience! Aloha & Mahalo for your kokua! (thanks for your cooperation) -Amanda

Chef Jana

TweetWhile you’re staying on Maui, or if you live here and want to do something a little different, why not hire a personal chef for a lovely meal? I have been notified of a private chef service, run by Chef Jana McMahon, right here on Maui. She has said that she is happy to work with special diets, and that she has a lot of experience in that area. So, if you want to have a romantic dinner in, need someone to cook up some good eats for your next Read More …