Looking for the best-tasting Gluten Free food available, and wish you had someone could tell you what's great (and what isn't?)
Enter below to Win a $500 Whole Foods Market Shopping Spree with K.C. the G-Free Foodie as your personal shopper and a 1-year subscription to GFF Magazine, the tastiest GF magazine around!
You can enter daily through February 1st, so come back for more chances to win deliciously. You can also follow G-Free Foodie on YouTube and Instagram for a chance to win additional prizes! Good luck, and Happy New Year!
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Whole Foods Market compensated me for this post, my involvement in their New Year promotion and recipe development. My opinions are my own, because they're mine. (Y'all know I don't say things I don't mean, right? Then I'd have to remember what I said!)
Contest is open to US residents age 18+. G-Free Foodie agrees to appear at a Whole Foods Market store in the Northern/Central California-Reno region on a date agreeable to both parties, otherwise winner will receive a gift card. GFF Magazine subscription will begin with the 2016 Spring Issue. Not open to employees of Whole Foods market, void where prohibited.
Rose Anderson says
I've been. Gluten-free for about 4 years now. It's not easy to do but I feel so much better, I couldn't go back.
Love Whole Foods and gff magazine. What a great combo.
33 yrs GF! Great to have your support!
Erin Smith says
Almost 35 years here! Got diagnosed with Celiac when I was 2 years old!
kate t says
Thanks you. I've been gf for 8+ years. It was such a pain at first (so many more options now!), but I feel better. Started BC of endometriosis and keep doing it BC of Fibromyalgia and I just feel better.
Martha Slover says
I would love this i was diagnosed 6 years ago in march so this would be an awesome prise i love your dishes
ALWAYS LOVE LEARNING MORE ABOUT GF; ENJOY TRYING NEW RECIPES; CELIACS IN THE HOUSE FOR 7 YEARS NOW
I recently have come to terms with my needs to be gluten free due to PCOS and think this is a wonderful giveaway! No offense but I hope I win 🙂
Mrs. j. jent says
like the ad and recipes
i have just recently just been diagnosed with celiac disease and I'm finding it really hard eating gluten free foods, does it get easier over time ??
K.C. Pomering says
Yes, it does. and you can follow my site for the best-tasting GF products and recipes - that's why we're here!
barbara hicks says
I eat gluten free because my hubby has celiac disease....diagnosed 18 years ago. GF Food is so much better these days and more available!