This family has been baking a long time — since 1926 to be exact! Still family owned more than 90 years later, Toufayan is one of the largest privately held specialty bakeries in the United States. This bakery fills lunch bags, toasters, and stomachs with fresh flatbreads, pitas, bagels, and snack-time treats.
These bite-size protein bars made their way to the Triumph Dining editorial offices this summer. We received NoGii Protein d’Lites Cookies & Crème Dream flavor, and they’re also available in Caramel Chocolate. Each bar is 29 grams and has 130 calories and 9 grams of protein. The retail price for a bag of 18 bars is $22.50, but Triumph Dining readers can take 20 percent off orders from the NoGii online store by entering the code: NoGiiTriumph20!
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Those with celiac disease may have a common skin disorder, Dermatitis Herpetiformis. This skin manifestation of celiac disease can cause an itchy, blistering rash.
Topical reactions can also occur when gluten touches the skin or scalp. This can cause Contact Dermatitis. Typical symptoms include redness, itchiness, stinging or burning sensation, and possibly blisters.
So why do you need gluten-free hair or beauty products? Continue reading “Gluten-Free Hair and Beauty Products”
I’ve been traveling a bit lately and NEVER get on a plane without some sort of food that I know is safe to eat. I pack snacks from home, but I usually end up looking for some in the airport, too. Airports have tons of junk food, but I don’t normally want chocolate as my snack and a salad is just too cumbersome to carry and eat on the plane.
While walking through the Toronto Pearson International Airport recently, I discovered Moon Cheese at a snack stand. The info on the front of the zip lock package read: “High in protein, all natural, gluten free and an excellent source of calcium.” Ingredients: “Only 100% cheese.” It hooked me in. Continue reading “Moon Cheese | Triumph Dining Product Review”