Author Archives: Cheryl Harris

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.

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I spent a year letting go I didn’t try to improve Or work harder Or longer I didn’t go to many conferences Or trainings I didn’t speak Or write I just sat Quietly. I had migraines bad enough that I … Continue reading

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Contamination in Lentils :(

I’ll just try to stick to the facts here: I am extremely diligent about following a strict gluten-free diet. I do eat Amy’s products, and have for years. Earlier this week, I was having a can of Amy’s Lentil soup, … Continue reading

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Paleo *le sigh*

I know, there are many things to worry about in the world, and this is low on the list. I do get frustrated when I see RD publications giving the same party line about the risks of a Paleo diet … Continue reading

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Maple Spiced Nuts

Fiending for a quick and yummy dessert? I love this recipe, and it’s a staple at our house in the colder months. I first posted a version in 2014, and I’ve got the tweaks and specifics on making it FODMAP … Continue reading

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Low FODMAP Holiday Treats

I love to bake. And I love to make candy. Not all the time, of course, because I’m sure it would get old quickly, but I typically make special treats a few times a year. For me, feeding people is … Continue reading

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Fresh Cranberry Relish (low FODMAP)

I wanted to see if I could adapt my favorite cranberry side to make it FODMAP friendly, and indeed, it’s delicious, and only takes a few minutes. 2 cups fresh cranberries, picked over 1.5 cups fresh pineapple chunks 1 large … Continue reading

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History repeating itself

Like so many people, Charlottesville has left me feeling sick, scared, and very, very sad. Afraid for this country in a way that I never have before, and deeply discouraged. I wanted to share my grandmother’s story, because it’s more … Continue reading

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Mint Chocolate Egg Creams–Low FODMAP version

It’s definitely time for a chocolate fix, yes? I decided to tweak an old recipe to make it FODMAP friendly, and Mr. E and I are loving it! Years ago, I was flipping through a magazine that had a recipe … Continue reading

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Garden bounty 2017

Happy almost summertime! I love seeing my garden grow, and I’m in the excited anticipation phase. I’ve learned, from past experience, that all it takes is one big fat groundhog to clear out my garden overnight, but fingers crossed that … Continue reading

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Eating Evolved–Chocolate Love

*please note, some posts on this website do contain affiliate links* I’m in love. E doesn’t seem threatened, which is a good thing. The problem is, sometimes I just can’t find my beloved, or my love just can’t handle sitting … Continue reading

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