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Rotisserie Chicken Salad


The weather is warming up in our area and it’s perfect for salads. When I don’t feel like cooking, I make this salad from left over organic rotisserie chicken that we buy from the farmer’s market. We tried to eat the Costco rotisserie chicken but my daughter had a reaction to it. And when I […] Read more…

Cup4Cup: Professional Grade All Purpose Gluten-Free Flour


This week I’ve been a little MIA because I was at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. I have been attending the show since 2006, so it was my 8th year! I go to find out the latest natural food products for my food blog, YummySF. This year, I focused on discovering new […] Read more…

Buttery Avocado Garlic Toast Recipe and $2,500 Sweepstakes


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Avocados from Mexico. All opinions are 100% mine. For the past year, I’ve been eating an avocado for breakfast every morning along with scrambled eggs. Because I was on a low carb diet and I had to avoid wheat. I replaced my carbs with […] Read more…

Gluten-Free Korean Short Ribs (Kalbi)

gluten free kalbi

I’ve been gluten-free since the week before Christmas last year. And I can say it has been getting better and better in terms of me learning how to cook more foods. I developed sudden multiple food allergies seemingly overnight so I had to cook all of my food from scratch. At that time, I didn’t […] Read more…

How to Make Sugar-Free Chai Latte

how to make sugar free chai latte

If you love chai and would love to make it yourself, check out my first How-To YouTube video on How to Make Sugar-Free Chai Latte. I’ve tried various ways of making chai – chai latte concentrate (too much sugar) and tea bags (not enough flavor). This is an easy way to make chai from scratch, […] Read more…

Gluten-Free Rice Flour Pancakes with Only 5 Ingredients

gluten free rice flour pancakes

For the past 4 months, I’ve been on a gluten-free, sugar-free diet. And one of the things I missed the most was pancakes. There are lots of gluten-free pancake mixes available but they’re quite pricey and have a long list of ingredients. You can also make your own, but that requires buying several types of […] Read more…