Podcast Episode 19: Craving a Tasty Gluten-Free Veggie Burger!

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The latest episode of my Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live!

Episode 19 “‘There’s A Party In My Tummy!” Features:

  • South Florida-based Palm Beach County Celiac Support Group offering gluten free meal assistance to economically challenged
  • Natasha’s Health Nut Cookies – a moist & chewy GF cookie.
  • Listener Pennie shares her snack suggestion…  Mrs. Dash on popcorn!  13 different blends that are Gluten & MSG Free.
  • Bahama Rice Burger – tasty soy and gluten free “meat alternative”.
  • Gluten Free and a vegetarian/vegan?  Check out Vegiac.com  Update: Vegiac site is no longer active. Check out these websites: PETA, Vegan Society
  • MSG mystery – feedback from listener Erick in Indonesia (writes that MSG manufactured in SE Asia contains gluten).
  • Join the Gluten Free Twitter Party on Friday, April 3, 2009
  • Check out my article “A GF Lifeline Created Online” in the latest edition of Gluten Free Living Magazine (Number 1/2009)
  • Gluten Free Girl: How I Found The Food That Loves Me Back…And How You Can Too is now in paperback.
  • What do YOU think of this HTG Podcast? Leave your feedback wherever you download this podcast!

Read the blog. Listen to the podcast. Educate yourself.

Rock on Celiacs!

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Maureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world.


  1. You had me on the floor…I read “There’s a Party in my Pants” instead of the correct title. I’m such a spaz. But, I did get Shauna’s book in paperback and breezed through it. Awesome read. And now, I subscribed to Gluten-Free Living because of you!

  2. Hi Lovely Lady,

    I know I owe you an email! Did ya ever get a new camera. You asked about mine, it works great and wasn’t too too expensive; let me know if you want more details :). Have a great weekend!

  3. Hi! Your comment about missing Lipton’s onion soup mix reminded me of a recipe from the blog 101 Cookbooks that is the most delicious, mouth-watering all natural homemade version of that mix. It’s more labor-intensive obviously, but *totally* worth it:

    (Do you read this blog? She has a “gluten free” category in her list of recipes side toolbar–really great site).

    Thanks for the podcast! Hope this sates your onion mix craving. I like to eat it with the Glutino crackers that Whole Foods sells.

  4. Umm..do you have any children? Because I’m thinking you may have the exact same children’s song stuck in your head. “There’s a party in my tummy, so yummy, so yummy.”
    Yeah. I babysit.

  5. Hey Maureen! Thanks for keeping up the great work! I love your podcast and am still listening. Thank you for inspiring me to try to bake gluten-free. I love to bake but have been scared to try to experiment because the gluten-free flours are so expensive and I don’t have a lot of time. But I felt brave this weekend and adapted a recipe from Martha Stewart for Dried Cherry Oatmeal cookies into gluten-free. (I know that some folks can’t eat oats, but they don’t bother me) My 14 year-old says, “I don’t like wheat-free food, it tastes funny.” and then promptly ate a dozen cookies. (He doesn’t like cherries either!)

  6. I just saw the comment about Lipton Onion Soup Mix. I have made my own for years from a recipe out of a cook book called “Make-A-Mix”. Here’s the recipe, I don’t know if you have sources for MSG-free bouillon, but my bouillon is gluten-free. 4 teaspoons instant beef bouillon granules (or 4 cubes of beef bouillon, crushed, 8 teaspoons dried minced onion, 1 teaspoon onion powder (mine was MSG-free) 1/4 teaspoon Bon Appetit Seasoning (I never use this because I have never found it in the store) Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. Equals one pouch of dry onion soup mix. I usually make six or seven of these at a time and put them in zipper bags. I have never tasted a difference between this and the real stuff and if you buy the spices at a warehouse store you save $$$$!

  7. Hey Maureen,

    I’m on cloud 9 because I just discovered I can eat cashew Lara Bars! This is the first packaged food that has an agreeable ingredient list. Yahooey!

    I just bought my first iPod (ever!) on eBay, so I may get to listen to your podcasts soon.

  8. Hey maureen! I’m posting this comment from my iPod Touch! I still can’t connect to my wireless network at home, but I managed to get on the free wireless net at the Chatterbox, where I’m enjoying a New Grist beer and the Irish singalong.

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