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A Canadian Celiac Podcast

A Canadian Celiac Podcast will explore information, research, lifestyle issues and personal stories of individuals who have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The host, Sue Jennett has access to some of the prominent minds and personalities in the celiac/gluten free community in Canada. You will learn about new initiatives of the Canadian Celiac Association and how they can benefit you. Sue counts more than 20 years since both she and her daughter have been diagnosed with celiac disease. During that time, she has operated a gluten free bakery, run a celiac kids camp, and is currently producing and hosting a gluten free baking show on cable TV in Ontario. Join Sue’s weekly conversations, as she delves into all things celiac and gluten free.

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Ep 301 April 2024 Roundup
It’s the beginning of April, which for me means that I get to chat with my friend Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com about interesting articles and studies she has brought to our attention over the past month. I had to record with Ellen prior to end of the March as I was preparing for knee surgery. Ellen kept posting and you can keep up with her work by subscribing to her monthly newsletter through her website. Ellen and I both had copies of the recent booklet produced by Celiac Canada with the preliminary results from their recent survey. There is so much information in these numbers and the analysts have only scratched the surface. You can read these initial results or download the booklet at celiac.ca. Both Ellen and I felt my recent conversation with Linda Sills regarding retirement and long-term care for her celiac mother was concerning and something we should all be concerned about for our families and ourselves. Ellen mentioned a previous a podcast I recorded with Mike Rose about choosing safe retirement living – you can listen at - https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com/ep-168-retirement-living-gluten-free. As well Ellen wrote an article about Mike which you can read here - https://theceliacscene.com/celiac-crusader-tackles-challenges-residential-living/ Ellen told us about a new online mentoring program for kids and teens that is being started – you can find out more here - Introducing Celiac Chat - An Online Mentorship Program for Kid & Teens  and hopefully I will speak with Avery for a podcast in the near future. Villous atrophy is a term that many of us know from our diagnosis, but Ellen was able to show me an article that listed other conditions that may cause villous atrophy – and here I was thinking it was unique to Celiac Disease. Other Conditions that May Cause Villous Atrophy  On a social media note Ellen told us of a situation at a local restaurant in Victoria that recently decided to remove a popular gluten free item from their menu. This was of course unfortunate, but the negative comments on social media that ensued were somewhat over-the-top. Ellen and I comment on the issues. I mention that I recently attended a virtual class from Cinde, the everydayglutenfreegourmet.ca. I highly recommend these classes as we can all learn to make more gluten free options. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
58:48 4/3/24
Ep 300 More from the State of Celiac
This episode is a follow up to Episode 298 when I attended an event called The State of Celiac Disease in Canada during the last week of February. Celiac Canada held the event to present the preliminary results of the recent national survey. During the event, Melissa Secord the Executive Director of Celiac Canada spoke. I had more questions for Melissa, so I invited her on to this episode of the Podcast. Now that the preliminary results of the survey were being evaluated, I wanted to know more about what the results meant to Celiac Canada, and how they were going to use what they were learning to advance their efforts on our behalf. Also, at the event in February, a woman by the name of Linda Sills took to the podium to tell her family’s story of dealing with care homes for her elderly mother. Linda gave an emotional talk, and again, there was more I wanted to know. The prospect of choosing a long-term care home for a loved one or yourself, is daunting, but unfortunately, for many of us, it’s a fact of life. I was grateful that Linda trusted me with her moving story and allowed me to dig a bit deeper into how and why. This was a powerful conversation, and one you may want to refer for others to listen to. Thanks Linda, for sharing in such a personal way. You can download the survey presentation booklet and view some of the highlights on Celiac Canada’s website at - https://www.celiac.ca/state-of-celiac/ You can also watch The State of Celiac Disease in Canada presentation that was live on YouTube at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I__T36eeNd8&ab_channel=CeliacCanada Celiac Canada has an extensive library of videos and presentations on YouTube that answer many of the questions you might have about celiac disease and the gluten free diet – and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel while you’re there. https://www.youtube.com/c/CanadianCeliacAssociation Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
59:08 3/20/24
Ep 299 A Child's Diagnosis
I recently realized that although many of the people I speak with have been involved in the celiac and gluten free community for many years, I wasn’t well acquainted with the families of the newly diagnosed. When I operated my bakery, I was often the first celiac that people met after their diagnosis – it appears doctors were sending them my way. Since closing the bakery, I’ve built on my knowledge, but I must admit, I need a new perspective on what it’s like to raise a celiac child today. Ellen Bayens (theceliacscene.com) was kind enough to introduce me to Kelsea. She is a mom of a busy 10-year-old boy and can clearly remember what life was like before, during and after the diagnosis. Our conversation centres around the diagnosis and how the entire family was affected. I hope to have Kelsea on again to explore more aspects of being a parent to a celiac child.  Hopefully, I’ll speak with her son at some point as well. Sue’s Websites and Social Media Podcast https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com Canadian Celiac Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Instagram - @glutenfreeweighin Email – GlutenFreeWeighIn@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – A Canadian Celiac Podcast - https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com
34:39 3/13/24
Ep 298 State of Celiac I
During the last week of February, Celiac Canada held an event called The State of Celiac Disease in Canada, during which the preliminary results of the recent national survey were presented. I was invited to bring my podcast equipment to the event and record conversations with some of those involved. This episode was recorded at the event, so you will notice some distortion and background noise in the audio – there was lots going on. I had the pleasure of speaking with James King. James has been a guest on the podcast previously, but this conversation was all about survey results. James is an analyst who is able to make sense of the numbers. He shares some of his insights into survey results with us. I also spoke to Registered Dietician Caleigh McAulay from Celiac Canada about her role in the formulation of the survey and how the results might help her help us. You can download the survey presentation booklet and view some of the highlights on Celiac Canada’s website at - https://www.celiac.ca/state-of-celiac/ You can also watch The State of Celiac Disease in Canada presentation that was live on YouTube at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I__T36eeNd8&ab_channel=CeliacCanada Celiac Canada has an extensive library of videos and presentations on YouTube that answer many of the questions you might have about celiac disease and the gluten free diet – and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel while you’re there. https://www.youtube.com/c/CanadianCeliacAssociation Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
40:44 3/6/24
Ep 297 March 2024 Roundup
It’s time to catch up with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com for the beginning of March 2024. I have the opportunity to review some of the articles Ellen has brought to our attention over the past month and ask questions as well as interject my own thoughts. We talk about a line of granola snacks and breakfast s foods that recently had their “gluten free” designation removed because the manufacturer is no longer using gluten free oat products. As consumers we must accept this as a business decision, but the concern of both Ellen and I was the lack of awareness with consumers of this big change in ingredients. Ellen brings to our attention a couple of food recalls by Health Canada of foods containing undeclared gluten. You can sign up to receive these alerts and specify which ingredients you are concerned about on the recalls and alert page - https://recalls-rappels.canada.ca/en Ellen includes an interesting article about a young professional hockey player and his journey with celiac disease. Of a more concerning nature is the article about a very specific form of cancer which is more common in celiacs and is on the rise. We discuss some of the statistics and if you should be concerned yourself. CELIAC SCENE NEWS • PRANA Organic Withdraws Gluten-Free Certification from 2 Breakfast Product Lines • Celiac Hockey Players Makes Reference to Pucks • Concerning News for Celiacs - Cases of Digestive Cancer Increasing • Indian Heritage Brand 'Soya Chaap' Recalled due to Undeclared Gluten • Delizia Vegetarian Beef Balls Recalled due to Undeclared Gluten PODCAST CORNER • New Chapter for Kinnikinnick Foods • Fibre Ideas from Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet • 'Eating Windows' with Intermittent Fasting SELENA RD, INSTAGRAM CORNER • What I Wish More People with Celiac Disease Knew Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
45:27 2/28/24
Ep 296 Kinnikinnick's Story Continues
On this episode I speak with Diane Bertrand from a company called English Bay. I wasn’t familiar with English Bay, and that’s because they produce foods for other companies. They do, however maintain a gluten free food manufacturing facility and when the owners of Kinnikinnick were looking for a good time to retire, after all the difficulties of running a specialized food business during the pandemic, English Bay seemed like the perfect fit. Diane fills us in on the plans for Kinnikinnick going forward, and it’s comforting to know that not only will things ramp up to get more product into stores, but the products themselves will stay the same including the “free from” identification. Diane and the team from Kinnikinnick have lots of work to do, but it’s something they have the resources and excitement for. You can find out more on the website – https://www.kinnikinnick.com/ research in the Store Finder - https://www.kinnikinnick.com/store-finder follow the blog at – https://www.kinnikinnick.com/blog check out the Frequently Asked Questions – https://www.kinnikinnick.com/faq-s follow them on Facebook at – https://www.facebook.com/KinnikinnickGF/ and Instagram at –https://www.instagram.com/kinnikinnickgf/ Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
32:31 2/14/24
Ep 295 How To Get More Fibre with Cinde
On a recent podcast I spoke with Ellen Bayens about the importance of fibre in a gluten free diet. This topic keeps coming up whenever I speak to someone who is knowledgeable about nutrition. The fact is that most people in general, are not getting close to their recommended intake of fibre. When we talk about those on a gluten free diet, it’s very evident that fibre plays a major role in overall gut health and more effort should be made to increase the fibre in our daily diet. This is where my guest comes in – Cinde, The Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet has lots of suggestions and recipes that can enhance your everyday menus to include more fibre. Cinde has set herself and the listeners three challenges to get more fibre, as well she’s given us lots of recipes and suggestions to do just that. To find out more you can go to her link for recipes 33 High Fibre Gluten Free Recipes or browse her website everydayglutenfreegourmet.ca. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
38:45 2/7/24
Ep 294 February 2024 Roundup
Its the beginning of February which means I get the chance to speak with my friend Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to discuss some of the articles she has brought to our attention over the past month. This month is focussing on gut health and those confusing supplements we are seeing everywhere that suggest some of our digestive issues can be solved with a pill that will improve our gut microbiome and in turn our gut health. Ellen breaks down all of the hype and wording around the supplements as well as the studies that are often quoted by supplement providers. We also talk about the changes that have been made to the upcoming (May 2025) Gluten Free River Cruise that now starts in Amsterdam. You can find out more by contacting Dianna directly at dmcintosh@expediacruises.com. I mention to Ellen some of the things that have been pleasant surprises for me while staying in Phoenix, Arizona, and we also talk about a new resource on Ellen’s re-vamped website. Here are links to the articles from theceliacscene.com – CELIAC SCENE NEWS • Does Science Support the use of Glutamine, L-glutamine, Collagen & Probiotics? • Dietary Fibre - What's it Good For? You can also find a link here to listen to my podcast with Mairlyn Smith Ep 246 • Pour Through More than 1500 articles on The Celiac Scene! PODCAST CORNER • Gluten Free Cruise Update • Introducing Intermittent Fasting • Food Guide for Celiac Children • Kitchen Safety in Blended Families • The Celiac Scene News Round Up Selena, RD Instagram Corner • Celiac Dieititian at Your Finger Tips - Tuesday Q & A • 5 Signs & Symptoms that Your Gluten-Free Diet Needs Improvement Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
48:21 1/31/24
Ep 293 Gluten Free Cruise Update
On podcast episode 284 I invited you to find out more about a European River Cruise that was being organized by Expedia Cruises, or more specifically, Dianna McIntosh from Ottawa. There was a very tight timeline to book, which made bringing everything together very difficult. Since that time, Dianna and Expedia Cruises have pivoted to a different provider, a slightly smaller ship, but with even more spaces suitable for the group. The new dates of the cruise are now May 3rd to May 10th, 2025. There are exciting other changes as well. You can find out more by contacting Dianna directly at dmcintosh@expediacruises.com. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
18:21 1/24/24
Ep 292 Food Guide for Celiac Kids with Dr. Mager
On this podcast I speak with Dr. Diana Mager. Dr. Mager has been on the podcast previously while she and her team were working hard to formulate a Food Guide for Celiac Children and was soliciting input from parents across the country. The Food Guide is now available and that gives me a great opportunity to invite Dr. Mager back to ask her some questions on the team’s findings as well as how parents can both get and use the Food Guide and its related resources. The Gluten Free Food Guide is freely available for download to anyone who would like to access it via: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CpMuC2kIU43T3MGAMnnrfsqgACUjOtC_/view Dr. Diana Mager will be providing free education about the gluten free food guide in a webinar with Celiac Canada. You can find out more and sign up for the webinar at: https://www.celiac.ca/news-events/events/ You can stay up to date with the ongoing release and education sessions as well as the current food insecurity survey by following Dr. Mager’s  Instagram (@conquer_celiac), X (@conquerstudies) or visiting the team’s website at https://conquer-studies.weebly.com/.  Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
38:44 1/17/24
Ep 291 January 2024 Roundup
January is usually a month for new beginnings, which makes December a month to wrap up some projects and spend time with family. This podcast is my monthly opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to discuss the articles she has presented to us over the past month. Admittedly, December is not very busy when it comes to new and exciting studies or opportunities. Nevertheless, Ellen and I find lots to chat about. CELIAC SCENE NEWS 2024'S Top 20 Reasons for a Biopsy Diagnosis for Celiac Disease Associated Autoimmune Condition Disrupts the Formation of Tooth Enamel ACG Updates Guidance for Celiac Disease Diagnosis & Management in Children & Adults PODCAST CORNER Justine Dowd, PhD on Mental Health Gluten Free Kitchen Tips with Robyn GLUTEN-FREE PRODUCTS & SERVICES Introducing Wescana Foods Gluten-Free Oats Bake My Day Puff Pastry Interviewed on Cookin' on the Coast  Also, here is the link to the study regarding viral-induced gluten intolerance – https://www.gutmicrobiotaforhealth.com/protist-tritrichomonas-arnold-protects-against-viral-induced-gluten-intolerance/ You can find out more about the new food guide for celiac children and get involved in Dr. Mager’s study regarding food insecurity for families with celiac children at – https://conquer-studies.weebly.com/ For more information regarding the Gluten Free Cruise you contact Diana at – https://ottawatravelagents.ca/ama-canadian-celiac-cruise/ Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
48:38 1/10/24
Ep 290 Mental Health and Celiac Disease with Justine Dowd
I had a very interesting conversation with Justine Dowd, PhD, a Health Coach who is also celiac. She works with individuals who are struggling with gut health issues. These issues can make someone feel less like themselves and put one in a spiral of depression and anxiety. We are all familiar with the struggles of feeling safe on a gluten free diet, and depending on what else is going on in your world, and what support systems you have, these struggles can have a negative effect on your day-to-day life. Justine Dowd is a Health Coach who keeps up to date on the latest science and studies surrounding the link between mental health and gut health and understands these very specific issues. You can find Justine online at www.justinedowd.ca/. You can also go back and listen to my previous conversation with Justine on Podcast Episode 269 Infertility Struggles and Celiac Disease. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
41:41 12/20/23
Ep 289 Gluten Free Kitchen Tips with Robyn
Preparing food gluten free is not easy. For those newly diagnosed, or someone cooking or baking for them, it’s a steep learning curve. I am often asked for advice on how to set up a gluten free kitchen to make food preparation and baking easier. On this episode I speak with Robyn of Robyn’s Gluten Free Baking Courses for advice and practical tips to set up your gluten free kitchen to make baking fun and hassle free. Both Robyn and I have been baking gluten free for years, and we’ve come up with some handy tips to take some of the stress out of so many flours and the different equipment you might need. Here’s Robyn’s list of flours other information she sent me – What I keep in large jars (used most often): ·  Brown rice flour ·  White rice flour ·  Sorghum flour ·  Gluten-free Oat flour ·  Tapioca starch ·  Potato starch ·  Corn starch (though I just keep it in the large container from Costco!) ·  Almond flour: I also always have almond flour on hand, but I also buy the large bag from Costco and keep it in the fridge. Other flours I like to have. I usually keep them in smaller jars or buy them as I need them: ·  Teff flour ·  Millet flour ·  Buckwheat flour ·  Sweet rice flour (I mainly use it during the holidays) I also keep a small to medium-sized jar of xanthan gum in my baking drawer.   For those who might be overwhelmed with the number of ingredients listed here, my 6 must-have list for basic gluten-free baking are brown rice flour, white rice flour, almond flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, and cornstarch (as well as xanthan gum). These are all of the GF baking ingredients I use to make everything in my Essentials Course.  These are the jars I use for my everyday baking (what I consider to be "large jars"). If I buy even larger quantities of flour than what fits in the jars, I will keep them stored away and refill when necessary. Here’s the link to order her very trendy aprons – https://shop.glutenfreebakingcourses.com/ This is what my bread pans are like. They are normally used for a steam table in a restaurant, but they work amazingly well for bread in the oven. They are ¼, which means they are ¼ of a full steam table pan. They come in different depths, but I find the 4” one is best for gluten free bread. Here are similar ones found on Amazon.ca. - https://amzn.to/47KnVdl Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
39:12 12/6/23
Ep 288 December 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of December, so that means I get to chat with my friend Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com. This month Ellen and I chat about the two podcasts I did with Caleigh McAulay of Celiac Canada about current myths surrounding both celiac disease and the gluten free diet. Ellen received lots of response when she posted about this topic. As well we talk about the recent national conference from Celiac Canada and some of the new things we learned. We discussed wheat starch, whether it’s a concern or not, and note some supporting information from Selena De Vries. I have a great Christmas gift idea from Robyn’s gluten free baking courses. Dr. Diana Mager from the University of Alberta is putting out a call to parents of celiac children to fill in an online survey for their new study. The link, QR code and information are below. To watch the presentations from the recent Celiac Canada Conference you can go to their YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/CanadianCeliacAssociation To find out more about Robyn’s aprons - https://shop.glutenfreebakingcourses.com/ Here’s the link for Dr. Mager’s new survey -https://redcap.ualberta.ca/surveys/?s=P4N4FTE7NT9KECKL Links from The Celiac Scene • Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet Baking Tips • Busting Myths about the Gluten Free Diet • The Celiac Scene on 'A Canadian Celiac Podcast' News Round Up Selena RD on Instagram • Is Wheat Starch Safe For Celiacs? • Items that Contain Wheat but are Actually Celiac-Safe Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
38:57 11/29/23
Ep 287 Gluten Free Cooking Tips with Cinde
On this episode of the podcast I speak with Cinde Little – The Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet. You can find her along with her recipe posts at everydayglutenfreegourmet.ca. Cinde and I talked about how to approach cooking gluten free meals. Cinde gives lots of tips, and they may be something you’ve already found out and started doing for yourself, but likely, you’ll learn something, as I always do when I speak with Cinde. Here are Cinde’s notes on the recipes she mentioned during the podcast - In this post for Salad Rolls you can learn the difference between fish sauce, the essential ingredient for Thai and Vietnamese cooking, and the vinegar based salad roll dipping sauce you're probably familiar with. You'll also find a handful of other recipes that use this dipping sauce, I hope you'll try some! In this post, A Gluten Free Asian Pantry, I talk about many ingredients I use for cooking Asian dishes. A recipe for gluten free Worcestershire Sauce. In this post for White Sauce you'll find links to all the recipes I make with the basic white sauce recipe. Some call for a different kinds of cheese to be added and some don't but they're all delicious. More Everyday Meals on a Gluten Free Diet: In this post I talk about finding your cooking style, how to get more variety in your gluten free diet and more ideas for stress free everyday meals. You can also download my free e-book here. In this recipe for Grilled Flank Steak with Chipotle Honey Sauce I talk about my Prep Once, Cook Twice strategy for preparing enough meat to freeze for a second meal.  Here are 2 posts with tips for success in the kitchen: Organize for Success with Labeling and Organize for Success with Mason Jars. Also, I referred to these 3 recipes that all use Nuoc Cham sauce in them. ·  Cabbage Chicken Salad ·  Pork in Tomato Sauce ·  Rice Noodle Bowl Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
48:49 11/22/23
Ep 286 Celiac Myths Pt 2
As a follow up to the podcast episode #283 Celiac Myths Part 1, I continue my conversation with Registered Dietician Cayleigh McAulay from Celiac Canada to debunk myths around the gluten free diet. We’ve all heard the “you can have just a little bit, what harm could it do” or “don’t worry when you travel to Europe, wheat is different there and it won’t cause you any symptoms”. Some myths we’d like to believe, or at least not question, but it’s important to stop mis-information in it’s tracks and find out what science tells us. Cayleigh also directs us to resources from Celiac Canada. ·  Home Page - Celiac Canada ·  Cross Contamination - Celiac Canada ·  Food Labelling - Celiac Canada Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
46:14 11/15/23
Ep 285 November 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of November and that means I get to chat with my friend Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com about articles and studies she has brought to our attention over the past month. Ellen and I talk about a recent study that shows an increase in women’s reproductive issues in the celiac population compared to the general female population. We also look at a presentation from the University of Chicago about DH and I, for one learned, some new facts about DH and how it relates to celiac disease. We chat about the inconvenience of asking questions in a restaurant and if this explains why some people takes risks and chances. Ellen also brought us a very interesting webinar from Europe regarding questions to do with the new forms of biodegradable tableware that we are seeing in takeout containers and from food trucks. Is it safe? How safe? If you would like more information about the totally gluten free cruise from Expedia Cruises and AMA Waterways you can follow this link – https://ottawatravelagents.ca/ama-canadian-celiac-cruise/ You can also listen to my podcast with Dianna at the link below. NEWS FROM THE CELIAC SCENE • Women with Celiac Disease have Higher Overall Rates of Reproductive Disorders • Dermatitis Herpetiformis - How is it related to Celiac Disease? • Van Isle Poutinerie Tells it Like It Is! Can Restaurant Fries Really Be Gluten Free? • Biodegradable Tableware – Is Ingredient Labeling Becoming Necessary? Podcast Corner! • Gluten Free Worry Free Cruising • Celiac Disease Myths & Facts • Jenn Heard of Belly Magazine • Blending Gluten & Gluten-Free Families • Robyn’s Gluten-Free Baking Courses  Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
60:47 11/1/23
Ep 284 Come Cruising Totally Gluten Free
If you’ve listened to the podcast for a while, you’ll know that I enjoy cruising and I’ve had great success eating a wide variety of gluten free foods onboard. My cruises have been on the large ocean liners. This week I’m speaking to Dianna from Expedia Cruises. Dianna herself is celiac and she’s organizing this cruise for April 2025. Expedia has contracted with AMA Waterways to ensure that there will be no gluten anywhere onboard. Sounds like a bit of dream! Then we look at the cruise itself, on the Danube, beautiful. The cruise is priced to include excursions, wi-fi, drinks, pretty much everything you might want. There is urgency here as Dianna must sell the staterooms by the end of November. Expedia Cruises & AMA Waterways is a sponsor of Celiac Canada to benefit their educational and advocacy programs. Both Dianna and I will be joining the cruise! Open the link to find out more. As Dianna says – SEE YOU ONBOARD! https://ottawatravelagents.ca/ama-canadian-celiac-cruise/ Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
26:58 10/25/23
Ep 283 Celiac Myths Pt 1
Like you, I often look up resources online for information on celiac disease. Sometimes, I start to go down a rabbit hole that includes social media posts including videos (which can be more convincing than just words). After being involved with Celiac Canada for more than 25 years and relying on information from them, I’m in a pretty good position to decide whether information is correct and legitimate, or if it’s maybe wishful thinking, or just wrong. I thought it was a good time to bring many of these myths to the podcast. I enlisted Registered Dietician Cayleigh McAulay from Celiac Canada to help me go over myths that have attracted our attention. Cayleigh is often the person who answers queries or Celiac Canada, so I’m confident she’s heard it all. The myths Cayleigh and I discuss for this episode are regarding Celiac Disease – 1.       Celiac disease is an allergy. 2.       Celiac disease is rare. 3.       Celiac disease is a childhood disease. 4.       Celiac disease can be outgrown / is curable. 5.       Celiac disease is easy to recognize. 6.       If you have the celiac genes, you must have celiac disease. 7.       Celiac disease only causes digestive issues.   Cayleigh and I will be following up in the next few weeks with Myths Part 2, covering mis-information around gluten and the gluten free diet. You can find out more and have your questions answered at www.celiac.ca. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
45:52 10/18/23
Ep 282 Belly Magazine
When I was recently at Gluten Free Fest, I met a very interesting woman who is a nutritionist, she’s celiac, and she’s publishing a new magazine. If that isn’t enough Jennifer Heard has a unique and interesting diagnosis story, as well as a roundabout story of how she landed with Belly Magazine. You can signup to read the magazine at mybellyhurts.ca. You can find out more about Jenn’s Nutritionist practice at https://www.naturaljenn.com/. You can contact Jenn if you’d like to discuss a  contribution to the magazine at jenn@dietaryinstitute.com. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
45:06 10/11/23
Ep 281 Robyn Bakes Gluten Free
I always find it interesting when I meet someone in person who I’ve (in my own mind) “met” online. For a long time now, I’ve found the Instagram feed from Robyn’s Gluten Free Baking Courses fun and full of amazing photos of her baking. I’ve been fortunate to meet Robyn at several events over the past few years. She always shows up in her 50’s housewife blue polka dot dress – easy to spot in a crowd. I suppose with my recording gear, I’m easy to spot too. I’ve recorded short chats with Robyn at these events, but have been waiting for the right time to sit down with her to find out her story, why she concentrates on gluten free baking, and how she decided to sell her baking courses. One baker to another, we could have talked on and on. If you’ve been hesitant to try your hand at gluten free baking, now might be the best time. The coupon code Robyn gave us was ccpodcast which will get you 10% off any course (just apply the code at checkout). Thanks Robyn! Here are the other links we spoke about - Website: https://www.glutenfreebakingcourses.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@robynsglutenfreeliving Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glutenfreebakingcourses/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glutenfreebakingcourses Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
41:32 10/4/23
Ep 280 October 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of October and my opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to chat about the articles she has brought to our attention over the past month. Ellen published an article about the delay in reading celiac diagnostic blood tests for children in Montreal. This was truly concerning. The family highlighted had introduced gluten back into their daughter’s diet as a gluten challenge prior to testing. When the tests were not processed and had to be disposed of to be re-done, the family was understandably angry. This situation, which is now being dealt with effected almost 3,000 blood tests for children. This gave Ellen and I lots to talk about. On a different note, there is a shift evolving to have celiac disease in adults diagnosed from blood tests which show a multiple times above normal reading. This was begun a couple of years ago for children after a study showed it could reduce the number of children having to undergo a biopsy, but recently, it’s being shown that blood tests for adults with “extreme” results, can be used in a similar way. Hopefully this will lead to more simple protocols for diagnosis in the future.   Ellen brings us a question to, and answer from, an advice columnist when asked about a friend who seems obsessively talking about her gluten issues. Are we being boring? How should we deal with friends and family who find our conversations limited and very narrow? As well, what strategies should we use when a friend or family member seems to only talk about their health issues? Lots of food for thought here. Here are links to the articles Ellen brought to us in September - Blood Test Backlog Wreaking Havoc with Timely Celiac Disease Diagnosis No-Biopsy Approach to Celiac Disease Diagnosis in Adults Gaining Momentum Have You Bored – or Been Bored by – a Person with Celiac Disease? Podcast - Celiac Canada Lobbies Ottawa Podcast - What Goes into Organizing a Gluten-Free Trade Show Podcast - Interviews Gluten Free Fest Celebrities Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
52:15 9/26/23
Ep 279 Event - Gluten Free Fest
For this episode, I’m taking my podcast on the road. Specifically, to Gluten Free Fest in Kitchener Waterloo, which is northwest of Toronto. I was able to speak with different people and have them answer some of the popular questions surrounding celiac disease and the gluten free diet. Here’s a few links from my conversations – Robyn from Robyn’s Gluten-free Baking Courses - https://www.glutenfreebakingcourses.com/ Jenn from the new magazine called “Belly”. You can subscribe online at https://www.dietaryinstitute.com/belly-magazine Ashley on Instagram @ celiacandthe6ix Miski Brewing Company - https://miskibrewing.com/ Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
55:49 9/20/23
Ep 278 Celiac Caucus
On this episode I speak with Melissa Secord, Executive Director of Celiac Canada. She fills me in on an amazing breakfast Celiac Canada hosted on Parliament Hill. Melissa chats with me and refers me to Roberta Kramchynsky, a volunteer with the CCA who has had experience advocating with members of Parliament. Both Roberta and Melissa explain to me that now a Celiac Caucus has been formed with members of Parliament from different parties. The Caucus will help Celiac Canada have its interests taken into account in upcoming legislation, as well as help put forward ideas that may help the celiac population. Tax reform and fortification of gluten free foods are just a couple of concerns that Celiac Canada is looking forward to bringing to the Caucus for consideration. You can stay up to date on all the current activities of Celiac Canada by signing up for their very informative newsletter at celiac.ca. Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
39:08 9/13/23
Ep 277 Gluten Free Fest
When I was at the 50th Anniversary of Celiac Canada in Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario earlier this year, I met Sara and Liz, the organizers of Gluten Free Fest, happening September 17th. I will be at the event in Kitchener Waterloo which features lots of different vendors and a food truck (boat?). Families are encouraged to attend. As well I’d love you to stop by and chat with me. I’ll be there with my recording equipment and truly enjoy chatting to listeners, and those who might not have found the podcast yet. Here’s the link for tickets and more information – https://www.glutenfreefest.ca/home-1 Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
26:14 9/8/23
Ep 276 September 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of September and my opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to chat about the articles she has brought to our attention over the past month. On this episode Ellen and I speak about a few recent studies looking at the prevalence of autoimmune conditions, persistent villous atrophy, and how gluten actually triggers injury in the intestines. As well Ellen and I talk about an article aimed at physicians to help them support their celiac patients. We also discuss Meal Kits and how they might fit into your gluten free diet. Ellen has included a couple of links to some interesting recipes and I talk about my popular and easy and customizable granola recipe https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com/oatmeal   NEWS FROM THE CELIAC SCENE • Autoimmune Diseases Continuing to Increase • Wise Words: How Physicians Can Support Patients Living with Gluten Sensitivity • Persistent Villous Atrophy Heightens Risk for Complications in Celiac Disease • Food for Thought! Why the Meal Kit Market Continues to Grow • Celiac Study Examines Exactly How Gluten Triggers Injury to the Intestines Country Grocer Honours The Celiac Scene GLUTEN FREE RECIPES  • Gluten-Free Potato Chip ‘Krispie’ Treats by The Salty Cooker This one is insane!  • 4 Iconic Gluten-Free Oat Recipes Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
59:05 9/2/23
Ep 275 August 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of August and my opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to chat about the articles she has brought to our attention over the past month. I was happy to let Ellen step up on her soapbox to talk about how unsafe gluten free food is when it’s prepared within a gluten bakery. This seems to be happening more often lately, even though we recognize that the food certainly doesn’t meet our normal standards for gluten free. Consumers are driving this trend, so it would seem it’s something we can change. We also spoke about the value of Registered Dieticians who specialize in celiac disease. The name Selena DeVries came up as someone who understands our struggles first-hand and is there to help. Ellen mentioned a few of my recent podcasts including 5 Tips for Cruising Gluten Free, my conversation with Miski Brewing about their quinoa-based beer, and on my other podcast, my co-host Aaron’s struggles with EOE – a condition that is more common in the celiac community. NEWS FROM THE CELIAC SCENE • Celiac & Gluten-Free Shoppers - Let's Put a Stop to This! Controversial! • Registered Dietitians are Key to Celiac Disease Management • 5 Tips for Top Notch Cruising by Sue Jennett  • Selena De Vries, The Celiac Dietitian Launches New Website • Fast! Fun! Informative! News Round Up on 'A Canadian Celiac Podcast' • Miski Gluten-Free Brewing Launches Quinoa Beer • Bouncing Back from Eosinophilic Esophagitis Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In –
49:40 8/2/23
Ep 274 Five Lessons for Cruising Gluten Free
This podcast episode is a solo effort. I had mentioned to Ellen Bayens earlier in the spring that I wanted to take some time to gather my thoughts on what stategies I employed while on a recent cruise that helped make my meals wonderful and safe. I’ve broken my thoughts down to five lessons and add a couple of stories on situations that happened. I ate very well on my transatlantic cruise on the Celebrity Edge in April. It takes a bit of effort and many conversations, but I was very looked after. You'll find a few photos of my food on my blog for this episode - https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
27:44 7/12/23
Ep 273 July 2023 Roundup
It’s the beginning of July, so for me that means another opportunity to speak with Ellen Bayens of theceliacscene.com to discuss articles and topics of interest Ellen has presented to us over the past month. It’s been a busy couple of months for both Ellen and I. She welcomed a new granddaughter and my daughter got married – we’re both still on a bit of a high! Ellen and I spoke about the return of Only Oats to Canadian stores. The return will be gradual, but lots of work is being done to have the safe oats available across Canada. Ellen also told us about two brands of artificial crab that were improperly labelled omitting wheat and egg, so they appeared to be gluten free, but were not. We spoke about how gluten free consumers might approach this situation. Ellen has had a long relationship with the restaurant chain Noodlebox, but recently it has become apparent that they are no longer able to ensure meals can be made gluten free. We discuss how this happened, and how you might may still want to work with your local Noodlebox location. NEWS FROM THE CELIAC SCENE • Podcast Time! The Return of Only Oats to the Marketplace • CFIA Recall - Undeclared Gluten - Kanimi AND Miyako Shredded Artificial Crab • End of an Era for Noodlebox Restaurants & The Celiac Scene Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
55:01 7/7/23
Ep 272 Gluten Free Superfood Brewed into Beer at Miski Brewing
On this episode of the podcast, I’m speaking with an owner and founder of Miski Brewing from Barrie Ontario. Miski Brewing has an interesting story of how an unlikely gluten free ingredient came to be made into an organic gluten free beer. The Miski group of companies now also includes a pet treat brand born from a brewery product. There website is currently evolving, but you can find out more at https://miskibrewing.com/ and follow Miski Brewing on social media @miskibrewing. Miski Brewing will be participating in events in Hamilton and Toronto during July. Hamilton’s Because Beer Craft Beer Festival July 14-15 https://www.becausebeer.ca/ Toronto’s Festival of Beer July 28-30 https://www.beerfestival.ca/   Sue’s Websites and Social Media – Podcast https://acanadianceliacpodcast.libsyn.com Podcast Blog – https://www.acanadianceliacblog.com Email – acdnceliacpodcast@gmail.com Celiac Kid Stuff – https://www.celiackidstuff.com Baking Website – https://www.suesglutenfreebaking.com Instagram - @suesgfbaking YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUVGfpD4eJwwSc_YjkGagza06yYe3ApzL Email – sue@suesglutenfreebaking.com Other Podcast – Gluten Free Weigh In – https://glutenfreeweighin.libsyn.com
33:48 7/1/23

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