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Gluten Free Tapas at Pollo Bravo

Are you traveling to Portland, Oregon any time soon?  If so, you must take note and put this on your Gluten Free Pdx list. I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to find the most delicious Gluten Free Tapas at Pollo Bravo Tapas Bar located in the Pine Street Market. If you are like me...

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Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza!

Come a little closer, I want to introduce you to my new favorite, Sonoma Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza! Now you can enjoy real honest to goodness flatbread pizza that is made without artificial ingredients, preservatives or colors.  The best part is that it is Certified Gluten Free!   Did you know that May is Celiac Awareness month?...

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Big Flavor In Every Brazi Bites!

Brazi Bites are the perfect for every occasion! What are Brazi Bites? Savory Gluten-Free cheese bread born in Brazil but made in Portland, OR.  Brazi Bites are made with 8 naturally Gluten-Free ingredients and are Non-GMO, no preservatives, no sugar, no trans fats and nothing artificial, 100% natural. I love these little Brazi Bites because they...

Watch out for toxic Spurge Laurel

  • Oct 21, 2015 at 5:33PM

That evergreen, rhododendron-like shrub that is popping up in gardens and woodlands throughout the county is spurge laurel (Daphne laureola). Closely related to the much-admired ornamental daphnes, all parts of this plant are toxic to dogs, cats and humans and contact with the sap may cause mild to severe dermatitis. Beyond the issue of toxicity, spurge laurel is highly invasive.

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  • Enchanted Quilters of Lopez IslandAlexander spins tales of local quilters, quilt-making and quilt-backed fundraising efforts on her home island, Lopez. She says the Enchanted Quilters of Lopez Island was formed in 1984 to raise funds for the Lopez Senior Center, and the group has conjured up almost one raffle quilt per year since.
  • Gluten Free FoodiesCelebrate the foods that you can eat!
  • Iris Graville: bloggerbyconvincementWriter Iris Graville lives on Lopez Island. She blogs about life and faith, Quakerism, war, sacred spaces and more, also finding time to write about projects like building her own wooden kayak. Graville is also the author of Hands at Work, inspired by a showing of Summer Moon Scriver’s black-and-white photographs of hands.
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