Corn-free Every Day Link Party – Mar 28, 2015

Spring is Off to A Wobbly Start

corn free everyday iconI don’t know about where you live but North Carolina seems to have recalled Spring for this weekend. Argh! I’m starting to sound like the little girl from Non-Sequitur and not the rational one either!


Tip #2: Easy Cookie Dough Roll Out

EasyRollOutEvery cookie recipe I’ve seen that calls for cutting out cookies recommends chilling the dough before you roll it out. Why? All it does is make the dough crack when you roll it out. You wind up having to wait for it to warm up just enough before you can smoothly roll it out.

I have started rolling out my cookie dough as soon as I make it. The trick is to place it in a plastic bag, then roll it out and refrigerate. You get nice square even thickness dough for the price of a plastic bag. You will have to cut the bag off. This is a sacrifice I’m willing to make for not having all the messy clean up of floured counter tops and sticky rolling pins.


Most Popular Post

The readers have spoken! The most popular post was from Rheagan at Where the Wild Rose Grows with AIP Irish Stew. This post has been pinned. Congratulations to Rheagan! I hope she continues to join the link party.

Link Party Rules & Guidelines

Here are the abbreviated rules. The full rules and guidelines are available here, including a list of hidden corn ingredients.

  1. Link a maximum of two corn-free posts: recipes, healthy living tips, or crafts.
  2. Link back to this post on your post page.
  3. Be nice, leave a comment and visit other posts.
  4. Have fun!

Only submissions that follow all the rules are eligible to be featured.

Welcome to the Corn-free Every Day Link Party!




Corn-free Every Day Featured Posts on Pinterest

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Increasing Corn Allergy Awareness

I’m so pleased that everyone is enjoying the corn-free link party. One of my long-term goals is to raise awareness of corn allergies until it is recognized as a top allergen and labeling is required. It’s my personal opinion that corn allergies in the United States are very under-diagnosed. It’s in just about everything so it’s hard to eliminate and prove that corn is the cause of the allergy symptoms.

I think this party can help raise the awareness with bloggers. So I encourage you to spread the word and thank you for linking up today!

Comment Issues

I appreciate all your comments. I’m always so pleased to find out that I’m providing valuable information to you. A couple of people have told me that my spam blockers have given them problems. I’m so sorry that spammers are ruining it for us all. I just don’t have time to fish out the real comments from the spam and hold down a full-time job.

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