Gluten Free, Vegan, and Vegetarian Recipes for the Soul- Karina's Kitchen
Mar 6, 2009
Karina's kitchen hands down has the most interesting, delightful, and (mostly) easy to follow recipes on the Internet. The site hosts gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan recipes that are absolutely to die for. As an amateur chef (self-labeled), I enjoy the thrill of making a new dish and getting rave reviews from my fan base (my seven year old), and Karina has yet to disappoint.
The beauty of her site is not just in the recipes; she is also an excellent writer. Every recipe comes with a neat anecdote or story that gives you a glimpse -not only into Karina's kitchen, but also her life. You learn a little bit more about Karina with each recipe, which adds a nice homey feel to her site. You see the frost on her windows as she sits down with her hot apple cinnamon muffins or the New Mexico sun setting as she makes her agave and lime salmon. I must say that Karina is a food genius- I hope you enjoy her recipes as much as I do.
I am so happy I found Karina's Kitchen. I just joined facebook (See, I'm 81 and being dragged into the 21st century kicking and screaming. I know that I will find a lost of good information here. My husband and I are not celiac patients, but we read Dr. Davis's "Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight" and we think he is right. The wheat being used today should never be consumed by humans. So glad you are here Karina. Margaret Westhafer (raleyshopper @ aol.com
Karina's Kitchen is a recipe blog that contains gluten free recipes. The site is maintained by Karina Allrich. Karina is a visual artist and a creative cook and currently lives in New Mexico. She was diagnosed with Celiac's disease and was inspired to share a way for everyone to be able to eat gluten free-which led to the development of her blog. The site contains a wealth of vegan, vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes. Each recipe also offers a dairy free alternative. You can browse thru recipes or select a type of food (i.e. italian and meditteranean) and browse that way. The blog also contains a number of links to assist those that have gluten allergies in gaining more information about their allergy and eating. http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/