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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Maya Kaimal Chickpea Chips Product Review



Introducing my new favorite chip, Maya Kaimal - chick pea chips! I've been looking for a well formed chip to hold my dips and spreads. Preferably, my chip needs to be healthier than the alternative because most chips are still not "healthy" they're too guilty and lack some basics in my diet such as protein when snacking too often. Yes. I'm a chip-a-holic as it's my biggest food weakness! Chick pea chips are full of protein and fiber and are ideal alone or with homemade guacamole, hummus, tomato and onion salad as well as the occasional cheese or salsa for special occasions and football season! 

I first met Maya Kaimal at Expo West, a natural food trade show in California. Speaking with her about the joys of Indian food and spices, and about her cookbooks and sauces

Lifestyle Attributes: Gluten-Free, Vegan, Kosher, Non GMO, 0 Trans fats, high protein and fiber 


 

Lightly Salted


Sweet Chili


Seeded Multigrain


GlutenFreeG Approved!


Recommend to Celiac Disease: 5 out of 5
Recommend to Everyone: 5 out of 5

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Website MaiyaKaimal.com




Monday, August 18, 2014

Attend Gluten & Allergen Free Expo In Northern NJ (Greater NYC - September 6 and 7th)


Hurry, must email to apply by Friday, August 29th
20% automaticall applied - only for a limited time.


It's coming again to the greater NYC area, Gluten & Allergen Free Expo will be in Secaucus, NJ on September 6th and 7th, 2014.  At this event, you'll learn about new brands that fit your lifestyle choices and some of your favorites may be launching new products. Act fast to win free tickets or 20% off. 

But don't only attend for the vendors because this year you should check out the schedule of classes and presenters, then gather your family and friends buy tickets or search for a hotel in the area and enjoy NYC, CT, or the beach.



TALK TO EACH VENDOR

Always be sure to double and triple check with each brand marketing team at the show to be sure they are backing up their food claims as gluten and allergen free products, despite what is labeled on their packaging. Some brands only source these safer ingredients, but don't validate their claims through third party vendors who ensure there was no cross-contamination via batch testing in laboratories safely. In our real world, we always need to ask these tough questions for or own safety. It's only fair. This accountability is how each of us and our community can stay healthy and demand safety claims be respected. If they don't back up their claim, be wary and let them know that you won't support them until they do the right thing. I'll see you there! Blog with me @GlutenFreeG

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