Welcome to my sleepy kitchen, a blog about a wheat lover’s adventures in gluten free and whole foods cooking. In 2011 I decided to go gluten free and use nutrition as a tool to help me overcome Chronic Fatigue (aka CFS, ME/Myalgic encephalomyelitis, Post Viral Fatigue/PVF – call it what you will!). Though mainly featuring gluten free recipes, my sleepy kitchen also includes information I’ve accumulated on how to beat fatigue and live a healthier life. The idea of life without wheat was once my worst nightmare, but with a little research and the help of my husband Gary, our library of trusty cookbooks and my new best friends, rice & gluten free oats, I have come to realize the gluten isn’t necessary to make amazing food! There are so many great gluten free blogs out there – this is my spin on delicious & nutritious gluten free cooking.

In February 2011, I became very ill with CFS and life as I knew it came grinding to a halt. Luckily, now I am on the road to recovery, and I credit a large part of my success to a gluten free, whole foods diet; as I started to recover, I began cooking a lot in my free time and began to accumulate a large store of gluten free recipes. I have collected an incredible amount of information about nutrition and CFS, so I decided to start this blog to share this knowledge with others experience similar problems  –  and anyone interested in trying some new recipes!

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