Wheat-free, Egg-free, Dairy-free Recipe/Tips Website (updated links, info, & photo)

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Elizabeth enjoying a DELICIOUS gluten-, dairy-, and egg-free meal.

There are many such websites out there, but I’d like to recommend: Surprisingly Thankful (food blog) by Elizabeth. She’s a newbie to blogland as her start-up was this January 3rd (2008).

Elizabeth says, “I cook weird and often surprisingly good recipes because of my food allergies. I am a little restricted in what I can eat: no cow dairy, chicken eggs or gluten (which is in wheat). Being allergic to “all things American” has forced me to be creative in another avenue of my life.”

The recipes on her food blog run from  . . .  smoothies,

Elizabeth has tips on how to clean your blender -the easy way and how to make home-made “soy sauce substitute.”  There are sections on food reviews, Getting Startedand (of course) DESSERT. She suggests 2 cookbooks that support the wheat-free, egg-free, dairy-free lifestyle.

Elizabeth’s art blog is just as amazing.  Weird and Surprisingly Good is about the art secrets, trials, and triumphs Elizabeth experiences as a practicing visual artist. She has a strong interest in braille, reading, juggling, and labyrinths, and is the creator of cactus lights

So stop by Elizabeth’s place (food blog, art blog, or website) and give her a hello by leaving a comment or two. I know I will frequent her blog.

Entry filed under: Honor Roll, Learning.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. photo220  |  . at .

    Go, Alanna!


  • 2. Theresa Lindamood  |  . at .

    I think I wandered over from photo220’s page to see her link since we are on this healthy journey (though slightly different) too. It’s fun to read about others doing similar things. Thanks for the head’s up. BTW, every day since the prayer, my neck/head pain has improved. I still have my normal underlying migraine sx, but the pain is fading and I am feeling more functional! Thank you!


  • 3. Elizabeth  |  . at .

    Thank you for this long and thoughtful review. My head is now this big (jestering with my hands). Thank you very much. I enjoy reading your blog as well and learning more about you.



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