Look what I got in the mail today! My sampler pack from Katz Gluten Free!
A friend had told me about this special offer from Katz, and I only paid $7 for this whole boxful of goodies!
It includes one slice each of Whole Grain Bread, Sliced Challah Bread, White Bread and Wholesome Bread. Also included are a Dinner Roll, a sample Cookie and Rugelech, and one Sample Slice of Marble Cake.
I had the chocolate chip cookie after lunch, as I skimmed through The G Free Diet. I kind of hate Elizabeth Hasselbeck because of every single thing she says on The View, but I can appreciate the work that was put into this book, and it seems to have a lot of practical advice.
The cookie was like one of those mini Famous Amos ones that they have in vending machines? Kind of crunchy, but with lots of chocolate chips. Not exactly the ooey-gooey-doughy type of cookie that I prefer, but it did bring me back to my college days.
I’ll give a run down of the other samples, and share anything particularly non-idiotic that Elizabeth says in the coming weeks!
Looks tasty! Her book was vile but I found the chapter on identifying gluten in beauty products somewhat helpful, especially since it includes a list of potentially harmful ingredients (specific to beauty products) to look out for.
That’s great to know! I actually just started checking my beauty products for gluten because I had no idea that gluten would be in so many! Especially in natural products, like Origins. So at least that chapter should be helpful to read, even if the rest does turn out to be “vile” 😉
I have the same sentiments. I’m not a fan of Elizabeth Hasselbeck, but her book actually offers some good practical advice. I found the chapter about making the kitchen gluten free helpful since I also have gluten products lying around, particularly the advice about using aluminum foil in the toaster oven to prevent crumbs from cross contaminating.
Oh my why do you hate what she says, is it because she is the only conservative one on the show. you must be a left wing.
Why are you so compelled to run Elisabeth down just stick to the facts about gluten.
Thank you for your comment and for reading, but I am entitled to my opinion. I did appreciate a lot of her book, but don’t agree with her on other things.