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The View's Elisabeth Hasselbeck Talks about Her Gluten-Free Cookbook and Gluten-Free Recipes

By Michelle Edelbaum, "A New View on Food ," March/April 2012

Elisabeth Hasselbeck changed her diet, but kept her love of cooking, after being diagnosed with celiac disease.


READER'S COMMENT:
"I highly doubt she has true Celiac's, just one more way for her to use the hell out of her husbands name. Now that I know Hassleback recipes are in reference to her 'alleged' celiac (since only 4% of the population actually has this...
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I highly doubt she has true Celiac's, just one more way for her to use the hell out of her husbands name. Now that I know Hassleback recipes are in reference to her 'alleged' celiac (since only 4% of the population actually has this disease and we all know this drama queens MO, I will avoid them all. Stay at home, barefoot cooking and making babies (and yes, I am a WOMAN-unlike this flake).

Anonymous

08/04/2016 - 10:33pm

There is corn and rice pasta at Trader Joe's in California, that is gluten free.

Rusty Roses

Anonymous

10/29/2014 - 10:14pm

I was reading Elisabeths "Gluten Free" recipe for Meatballs & Spagetti sauce, and she listed "dried" pasta. Well, "dried pasta" has gluten in it that's what makes pasta starchy. So, that being said I guess she actually meant gluten free pasta?? Which by the way is pretty awesome...

djohanson22

09/30/2013 - 4:26pm

Thank you for sharing Elisabeth - delicious!

Anonymous

03/11/2012 - 11:00pm



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