10 Questions with KC – Chef Ming Tsai

After our recent adventures in dining gluten free, the G Free Foodie Team thought you might enjoy a re-post of our conversation with Chef Ming Tsai… The G-Free Foodie crew doesn’t get star-struck often – well, maybe when we meet a member of the San Francisco Giants, and I would probably not be able to Read more…

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#DineGF Winners and Results | KC the G-Free Foodie

I can’t believe how many of you participated in our #DineGF campaign! There were so many posts in support of P.F. Chang’s and other restaurants offering safe Gluten Free meals, it took us an extra day to sort them all. Here are the winning images – and I hope you’ll all continue to #DineGF and Read more…

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my little boat | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker My eyes pop open, wide as saucers. It’s black as ink out. I hear the comforting crunch of our down cover as I shift my position. I grab my phone and squint from the glow brighter than a spotlight on a stage. With one eye open I Read more…

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Gluten Free on a Budget Review | KC, the G-Free Foodie

Now you can eat more gluten-free goodness—while spending a lot less. My friend Chandice (you know her from Gluten Free Frenzy) and her mom, Tana, have written a new cookbook called “Gluten Free on a Budget” – and that’s exactly what it is!  The book is full of easy, family-friendly recipes that won’t break the Read more…

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This Was My Mom | April, Anti-Gluten Activist

April has courageously shared the story of her mother’s decline, caused by Gluten Ataxia, on her blog and on our site. Please join me in sending April and her family love and light as they suffer through this loss, and thanking her for spreading awareness about Gluten Ataxia in a very personal way. I know her hope is that Read more…

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What is Celiac Disease? | NFCA

Article courtesy: National Foundation of Celiac Awareness What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food. What does this mean? Essentially the body is attacking itself every time a person with celiac consumes gluten. Do you have Read more…

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