Last year, we moved from one side of Wisconsin to the other. Don’t worry, we’re still in the Dairy State, so this can still be Dairy-Free State. But now, instead of being closer to Chicago, we’re closer to the Twin Cities. While I’m sad to be farther away from Chicago Diner, Upton’s Breakroom, and so […]
This podcast, for as many episodes as I’ve recorded so far (seven at the time of this writing), has evolved and taken shape quickly. I’m starting to see where the conversations can and should go, and how many places food and health intersect.
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to get this podcast off the ground, but now that it is, I can’t wait to keep going! I have had this idea rolling around in my head for a while now, and Mary was the perfect first guest to have on the show.
Getting diagnosed with SIBO and trying a few different diets isn’t easy. Even going low-FODMAP, the least stringent diet to follow, can get tricky. Try finding onion- and garlic-free alternatives to products you used to take for granted.
You’ve probably noticed a bit of a shift on this blog. Instead of just talking about food, I’m starting to cover more topics – chronic health, what’s going on with COVID-19, some more insights into my life. That shift is fully intentional.
Being cooped up in the house has been really interesting for the past month. I was one of the first people to opt to stay home from work, and I haven’t left the house much since. Here’s how The Glass Pantry is helping me stay safe at home.
If you’ve been following along, you know that I have a few posts on the horizon about my new SIBO diagnosis and my journey into SIBO-friendly diets, including going low-FODMAP, which I’m currently doing.
Three more kids later, and I’m still delivering muffins to my friend after she has a new baby. I was lucky enough in February to bring her, and baby #4, my vegan frozen blueberry muffins.
What better time than in quarantine to revisit the backlog of drafted posts I’ve had in the hopper for months, and sometimes years? These are nuggets of wisdom I have wanted to drop on my dear readers for ages, and now, with more time to do it, I’m sharing them with you!
I’ve been trying to figure out things I can do during this time to give back. Share information, offer hope, and send along any resources that come my way, of which there have been a lot.