Marne Platt, author of Easy, Tasy, Gluten Free, joins Mike and Cam all the way from Switzerland! Following many health struggles, Marne was inspired to write her book after going gluten free, when she became obsessed with perfecting gluten free treats for her and her friends. The recipes became such a hit that she decided to write a cookbook that will get even the most novice bakers on the right path to cooking success!
Cam's travel adventures continue with a spontaneous trip to Miami to celebrate his mom's birthday, and take in a Chicago Bulls game. While the NBA action isn't what they had hoped for the food was a veritable "March Madness" of goodness, including a great dedicated GF bakery and a one-of-a-kind Japanese steakhouse.
Mike and Cam sit down with the Sauce Goddess herself, Jennifer Reynolds, as she shares how she built her gluten free woman owned sauce company from the ground up. Her goal has always been to inspire others through her love of cooking. She passes on some of her favorite recipes and some of the most surprising uses for her sauces and rubs.
The most commonly held belief in celiac disease diagnosis has been that it's most typical to have GI and digestive symptoms. A new article, "Atypical Celiac Disease: Diagnosing Nonintestinal Cases in Primary Care," enlightens us on some amazing facts and figures. Mike and Cam explore what this could mean for celiac diagnosis in the future and share some of their personal takeaways about these fascinating findings. Thanks to Rachel Ziganti, MPA, PA-C and Stevie Redmond, MPA, PA-C for their illuminating article from Clinical Advisor!
Mike and Cam are excited to talk to Ben Hampton, joining us from Australia. Ben, who goes by A Gluten Free Family (@a.gffamily on Instagram), has really let his voice be heard in just one year since his diagnosis. Ben speaks candidly about his diagnosis, his struggles, and shares why it was so important for him to become a vocal member of our community. Ben has also recently launched his own podcast, A Gluten Free Podcast, which you can listen to wherever you listen to podcasts.
Mike and Cam are excited to welcome Cam's younger sister, Peyton, for her maiden voyage on the podcast. Fresh off her 21st birthday, Peyton travels to Minnesota where she samples Burning Brothers Brewery, Olivia's Organic Cafe and Sift Gluten Free Bakery. Then Peyton, Cam, and their parents make the pilgrimage to Lambo Field to see their beloved Packers. After some challenges to their tailgating adventure, hear how they turn things around and bring home a big win!
Cam recently journeyed with a few friends to Michigan and completely stepping out of his comfort zone by eating out at a number of restaurants with gluten free offerings. Armed with his trusty Find Me Gluten Free App, he was able to discover a number of surprising and fantastic dining establishments including; Blackbird Waterhouse, Renee's Gourmet Pizzeria and Brown Iron Brewhouse. Come along with us, and bring your appetite!
As 2022 waits in the wings, Mike and Cam look ahead by sharing their personal thoughts on the meaning of making resolutions, including theirs for the New Year, as well as their hopes for the celiac and gluten free community in 2022 and beyond. Mike and Cam also want to hear from you--what are your resolutions this year? Share your thoughts with us on social media or on our "share your story" page on our website: www.celiacproject.com Wishing you all a very happy and healthy New Year!
Mike and Cam discuss a disturbing news story out of Canada, where a woman with celiac disease was not given safe gluten free food for over 40 hours while in quarantine. We also look at a study that talks about connections between loneliness and a compromised gut biome.
In the Chicagoland area, when we think of gluten free treats, look no further than Sweet Ali's bakery. Mike and Cam are excited to sit down with Ali herself and hear what inspired her to change up her career. She bakes some of the most delicious cookies, cakes and cinnamon rolls out there!
The Holiday Season is underway, and having celiac disease or gluten intolerance can add extra stress to holiday events. Mike and Cam offer up some of their top holiday survival tips to help get you through this festive time and keep your wits. Wishing you all a very Happy Holiday Season!
Join us on this special episode as we celebrate our 300th podcast by looking back at some of our most "mind blowing" moments that have had the most impact on us personally. We also thank the many guests that have each made such a big impression on us along our own journey.
Join in on the exciting conclusion of Stump Mike and Cam Vodka Palooza Part 2! Find out if Mike and Cam continue to get stumped by interesting vodka trivia and laugh along as they learn more hilarious and fascinating vodka facts. Most importantly. find out if they are able to decipher any of the mystery vodka ingredients, as we toast next week's special 300th episode!
Do you like vodka? Are you confident that you could taste the difference between vodkas made from different ingredients? Mike and Cam try their best to guess five different vodkas, while also answering vodka trivia and vodka fun facts. Drink along with us in part 1 of what can only be called Vodka Palooza 2021! Bottoms Up!
Mike and Cam welcome returning guest, Cinde Little, founder of Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. Cinde shares some of her great cooking tips for Fall and the Holiday Season. In addition to talking about her cooking classes she announces her new "Healthy Me" course, aimed at helping those who are struggling to shift over to the gluten free lifestyle, to make a smooth transition.
We wrap up another entertaining News and Notes podcast with a letter about bipolar disorder and the gluten-free diet. We also share a listener's exciting NIMA updates and some of our own thoughts about the NIMA sensor. We also briefly revisit Mike's summer gluten free adventures in Wisconsin and shout outs to the TCP Inner Circle.
Mike and Cam share some amazing letters as well as current eye-opening news of a study finding. Part 1 includes a concerned listener sharing a disturbing picture from a local grocery store, a very promising drug out of Europe, that so far is nearly 100% effective in trials, plus talk of some favorite Halloween candy and more!
Mike and Cam sit down with Maya Tomasello, fellow celiac and founder and owner of The Inn Berlin in Berlin, Maryland. After losing her restaurant job due to the pandemic, Maya and her husband channeled their energy into opening a stunning Inn that everyone could enjoy that happens to be a dedicated gluten free establishment in an area that sorely needs it. You will not believe how quickly she got the Inn opened, and the amazing response that they have received from their guests!