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Skip Pizza Night and Ramp Up Dinner With Calzones!

Posted by Vanessa Quan on

Flash GIVE AWAY!! Text GFFOOD to 1-844-497-2696 to enter. Winner will be drawn on Wednesday 1/19/22 at 6pm!      We are excited to be giving you all another great recipe for International Month.  These gluten-free, top 9 allergen free calzones and pizza pockets are so amazing, we can't wait for you to try them.  They only require a few ingredients and just a bit of hands on time.  Did you know that calzones and pizza pockets are essentially the same thing, they just have different shapes?  This was news to me.  Calzones are a half moon shape and pizza...

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How To Can Chicken from Fresh Bulk Chicken For Long-Term Storage

Posted by Cassie Michael on

Learn how to can chicken breast and use this canned chicken for long term shelf stable storage. This is a great way to use bulk chicken breast or chicken tenderloin and use it just like you would use chicken breast in most recipes! 

We teach you how to can chicken breast with this video recipe tutorial. 

How to can chicken

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When buying a whole cow, know the ins and outs!

Posted by Vanessa Quan on

There's this incredible mystery surrounding the cost of buying a whole cow or even half. It feels almost too overwhelming and by the time you hear hanging weight and live weight or take home weight, you're just ready to throw your hands up and say never mind. So, I have learned A LOT working with our farmers and ranchers while continuing to read through ALL THE THINGS concerning this perplexing process. Our Ranchers have been extremely kind and patient as I continue to learn the ins and outs. Well...what IS the answer to that elusive question of...how much will my cow...

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Everyone's Pita Bread, free from the top 8 food allergies

Posted by Vanessa Quan on

When I traveled through Greece many years ago, I fell in love with chicken, beef, and lamb gyros.  I think we ate them everyday.  They were sold just about everywhere for a small price.  The pita bread was what really made me fall in love with them, if I'm being honest.  There was something about the warm, fluffy pita (not the pocket kind) that had a soft interior and a slight crisp on the outside from being gently fried in a pan.  Just thinking about it makes my mouth water.   When my family went gluten-free many years ago, I had...

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Happy New Year! 2021 Review and Here's What To Expect in 2022!

Posted by Cassie Michael on

Happy New Year to our amazing community!  2021 was an incredible experience for our team, our farmers and for our community.  Despite some of the difficulties with food in 2021 due to shortages, droughts and rising prices all around us , it was a year of massive growth and blessing for every person involved in any step of this process within our tight community.  We started in May of 2020, when food was hard to get due to the broken supply chain. Since then, we have used every month as a learning opportunity and ability to improve and grow. We...

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