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Whether you’re new to a gluten-free diet or been at it for years, our helpful Gfree How-To’s will help boost your gluten-free confidence in the kitchen and beyond with our trusted recipes, tips, tricks, hands-on experience, and advice to master all the basics of cooking and build upon your existing knowledge and skills while improving your symptoms to realize the benefits of going gluten-free.

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Closeup of raw brat sausages.
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Simple Hacks on How to Store and Freeze Raw and Cooked Sausage and Brats

Never allow raw meat, including sausage and brats, to sit out at room temperature for more than two hours and only one hour if the air temperature is above 90°F. Bacteria multiply rapidly in unrefrigerated food. In addition, if left unrefrigerated, some organisms can create toxins that will survive the cooking process even if they cook to temperatures that kill the bacteria themselves.

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Rhubarb Growing in the Garden
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Cherry Rhubarb Sauce

Are you craving a taste of Spring? Make this quick and easy Cherry Rhubarb Sauce to spoon over cheesecake, pound cake, ice cream, pancakes, or waffles. Layer it with granola and yogurt. Slather it on top of English muffins or toast. Sauce it over savory spiced meats like grilled pork and roasted chicken or simply serve it up as a sweet side to any meal!

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What You Need to Know About Wine-ing on Your Vacation
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What You Need to Know About Wine-ing On Your Vacation

Before you think about sipping your favorite beverage while taking it easy in a cabana with a good book, laying in the sun on the beach or my favorite daydream of enjoying pineapple wine while overlooking the ocean; you may want to check out where you can and cannot drink where you’ll be vacationing. It may just save you the biggest vacation faux pas of them all: an expensive souvenir ticket.

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Rice Flours Explained
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Rice Flours Explained

Using white rice flour in your baking will produce results that are light in color. In combination with other gluten-free flours, you can produce light and fluffy cakes, pie crusts, and bread. It is also great for thickening sauces, gravies, and soups.

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