Grain Free Living is now an archive site and is not being updated regularly.
Due to changes in my personal life I now have little spare time for website maintenance or blogging, I no longer update regularly and comments are closed.  I can still be reached at janelle -at- grainfreeliving -dot- com

IMPORTANT! Please note that as I am not a healthcare professional, I am unable to provide one-on-one email consultations.
If you would like more help and are not sure what to do, start by reading all the articles in the “Start Here” category, which you will find in the category list over on the right side of the screen.

 

Welcome to Grain Free Living Archive

Posted by on Jul 19, 2014 in Housekeeping | Comments Off

Welcome to Grain Free Living Archive

Grain Free Living is now an archive site and is not being updated regularly. I can still be contacted by email  if you would like to ask a question or leave a comment.  Thank you all and I hope you can still continue to use and be inspired by the recipes.

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This Weeks Grain Free Dinner Menu

Posted by on Apr 5, 2014 in Meal Plans & Ideas | Comments Off

This weeks dinner plan include a couple of vegetarian options and a traditional lebanese stew that is a great way of cooking lamb chops.

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Grain Free Living Meal Plan

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in Meal Plans & Ideas | Comments Off

My dinner plans for this week, a grain free menu for 7 dinners, including links to recipes. I have started meal planning to help organise my shopping and streamline my cooking process.

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My Top 5 Favourite Grain Free Cracker/Crisp Recipes

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Savoury Snacks & Meals | Comments Off

My Top 5 Favourite Grain Free Cracker/Crisp Recipes

My top 5 favourite grain free cracker recipes including both nut-based and without nuts.

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A Grain Free Cookbook Review – The Seasonal Cookbook and a special offer for GFL readers

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in Recommended - Books I love | Comments Off

A Grain Free Cookbook Review – The Seasonal Cookbook and a special offer for GFL readers

A new cookbook review for seasonal comfort food that is grain free, dairy and sugar free. After trying a few of the recipes I can totally recommend it. A special offer of 10% off is available for Grain Free Living Readers until the end of the month of March.

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Grain-Free/Gluten-Free Apple and Pear Sponge Pudding

Posted by on Feb 21, 2014 in Cakes, Cookies & Sweet Treats, Dessert | Comments Off

Grain-Free/Gluten-Free Apple and Pear Sponge Pudding

A comforting old fashioned dessert for cold weather. Adapted from a recipe made by my grandmother, it is very traditionally Australian and reflects my grandmothers English heritage – a stewed fruit base with a grain free sponge topping.

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The Wonder of Kale

Posted by on Dec 29, 2013 in Salads, Savoury Snacks & Meals, Smoothies | Comments Off

The Wonder of Kale

Some information on Kale, including how to eat it raw, and a delicious simple green smoothie recipe.

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Grain Free Lebanese Tabouli

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in Salads, Savoury Snacks & Meals | Comments Off

Grain Free Lebanese Tabouli

Tabouli is a highly nutrient dense salad that originated in the Arab world and usually uses bulgur (also bulghur, burghul or bulgar), which is wheat. My version is grain free and is based on an authentic recipe taught to me by my Lebanese in-laws.

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Grain Free Banana & Raspberry Cake

Posted by on Dec 8, 2013 in Cakes, Cookies & Sweet Treats | Comments Off

Grain Free Banana & Raspberry Cake

A luscious banana and raspberry cake recipe using almond meal, coconut oil and coconut sugar.

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The Candida Diet Program – A Review

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Recommended - Books I love, Recommended - Websites I Read, Weight Loss | Comments Off

The Candida Diet Program – A Review

Candida overgrowth can make sticking to healthy diet a challenge due to sugar cravings and other effects of this common health issue. I recently looked at The Candida Diet and reviewed it for the grain-free community.

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