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All In The Family

Bizzy Lizzy Fun Facts

Bizzy Lizzy is all about family. We're a husband-and-wife whirlwind team of flourless fanaticism and sturdy small-business sense of duty. Even our son is in on the act, as Graphic Designer of our very own "Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Revolution" t-shirts. That's because we want you to feel like family, too, and that means comfort. Inspired by her love of a well-worn tee from a favorite coffee shop, Sheila Rae decided to create a something similarly soft and oh-so-wearable, using American Apparel material and Zach's special creative spin on the design. We know that these shirts will become your first choice...

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Flourless to the Milling Industry is simple

Food Facts

 The Milling Industry truly believes there is only one FLOUR and it is made WHEAT.  We at Bizzy Lizzy believe all grains pulverized to dust are useless to humans.  Rice flour, oat flour, wheat flour, bean flour, tapioca flour, potato flour and the list goes on are stripped of nutrients and then used in our highly processed food supply.  Here at Bizzy Lizzy we use whole grain oatmeal and 14 mess flax seed.  We buy the highest quality of these products with the hope of growing our own on the farm within 5 years.  We will be able to control the growing...

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Gluten Free Oats Just For You

Today's Health Issues

At Bizzy Lizzy Flourless Bakery, we’re big on oats. Owner Sheila Rae chose oats as one of the main ingredients because of the overwhelming evidence from the American Heart Association of their health benefits. “Oats are fabulous for us,” she says. “Oats are like scrub brushes to our arteries…they are also very important in digestive health.” More than that, adding more oats to your diet can minimize or reduce your risk of diabetes and hormone-dependent cancers, like breast, prostate and colon cancer. They also lower your blood cholesterol, putting you at a lesser risk for heart disease. And oats normalize...

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What is in Your Cookie?

Food Facts

In the new millennium, convenience is king. As much of a joy as baking can be (and believe us, we LOVE baking!), there's not always time to start from scratch. So you turn to store-bought cookies instead of homemade. Maybe you trust a familiar, age-old brand and don't bother to question it, or maybe you don't have the time to investigate every ingredient to see if it's as scary as it sounds. But we'll bet you have time to just count the number of ingredients, and we highly suggest that you do. Mrs. Field's Peanut Butter cookies, for example, have nineteen ingredients,...

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Flour is glue of the gut.

Flourless Facts

   I can not believe how many people I meet each week that complain about how bad they feel after they eat flour.  So why do they do it?  Good question - easy answer ---- availability, ease, cost and industry standard.  Flour in it wholesome form is amazing but for some reason we have decided to pulverize it to nothing.  I know as a child if we ran out of glue my mom would whip up some paste out of flour and water.  It would hold anything.  So what do we expect it to do the stomach. 

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