Grain-free, Egg-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free Bread from Living Candida-Free

[Are you looking for help with candida? The Candida Kick-Start is a proven 5-Step program that supports you at every step of the way. This candida diet bread recipe was by far one of the favorites among the testers, and then readers, of Living Candida-Free.  And no wonder–it’s vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, egg free, soy-free, […]

Classic Soda Bread Made Vegan and Gluten-Free!

[Classic soda bread is vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg free, soy-free, nut-free and yeast-free. Suitable for Stage 2 and beyond on an anti-candida diet.] When I was a kid, it wasn’t unusual for my sisters and me to come home after school to find three or four different homemade baked goods lined up on our […]

Low Fat Cinnamon Walnut Loaf (Xanthan-free) for New Year, New You!

Pretty much anyone who knows me from this blog (or anywhere else) knows that I don’t consume refined sugar. In fact, since I started the anti-candida diet in March, 2009, I’ve abstained from almost all sweeteners, refined or otherwise.  (I’ve also abstained from about 1,182 other foods that are verboten on the ACD, but that’s a whole other kettle […]

SOS Kitchen Challenge: Spinach Roundup

This month’s SOS (Sweet or Savory) Kitchen Challenge asked readers to whip up dishes with spinach, and wow, did you ever take on this challenge with gusto! We received a dozen fantastic, creative recipes to try that all highlight the super-healthy leafy green.  And yes, a few desserts are included as well! Thanks to everyone […]

So Many Questions: Cheese Filled, Gluten-Free Olive and Onion Bread

[The final recipe, here with olives, green onion and almond feta] I’ve seen it mentioned on twitter.  I’ve noticed it in passing on other blogs.  I’ve gone to their pages and read them.  But sorry, folks, I still don’t get it. Question One: What’s the Big Deal with Formspring Me?  Personally, I’d rather springform (pan) […]

My Mother’s Vegetable-Bread Kugel

Most of us are familiar with George Bernard Shaw’s dictum, “Youth is wasted on the young.”  Well, of course I realized that saying was just a bunch of bunk. . . until I hit 40, that is.  At that point, I realized, “Oh, woe, why did I waste my youth on being young??” There’s no denying we live […]

Nava’s Sweet and Sour Cabbage and Bread Stew

Now is the discontent of our winter. The dozen or so of you who were reading my blog last year at this time probably remember how much I hate the snowy season.  (How much, you ask?  As much as Gepetto hates dishonesty.  As much as Ellen loves Portia.  As much as the calories in a […]

Chinese Scallion Pancakes

[Quick reminder: Don’t forget to go here and enter my contest to win chocolate or treats from my upcoming cookbook! You’ve got until January 30th to enter.] Over the past couple of years, the HH and I have developed a fairly steadfast routine: every Tuesday at mid day, we connect for a hefty serving of afternoon delight. (No, no debauchery, silly! Forget […]

Do Try This At Home: Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Warm Caramel Sauce

A few of you asked for the Pumpkin Bread Pudding recipe about which I posted yesterday. Since I wasn’t entirely thrilled with the pumpkin bread on its own, and I was most assuredly dissatisfied with the sweetened condensed milk (the base for the caramel sauce) on its own, I hadn’t intended to post the recipe. […]

The Staff of the DDD Household*

*No, we haven’t hired servants, silly! I’m talking about bread. Well, last night the HH and I returned from a pre-Canada Day junket to Montreal, where, along with the CFO and the Nurse and her husband, we took my dad out to dinner for his (you may wish to sit down) eighty-seventh birthday.  Eighty seven!  Much […]