Looking Local Gluten Free Series: Interview with JoAnn’s Desserts

The third installment of the Looking Local Gluten Free Series introduces us to JoAnn of JoAnn’s Desserts. JoAnn is new to the entrepreneur world, her company has only been open for little over a year, but she is hardly new to gluten free baking. This is a company I again came across at the Farmer’s Read More …

GIVEAWAY: End of the Line Gluten Free Baked Goods

The second giveaway of the month focuses on sharing goods from one of my favorite local companies, End of the Line. Local companies are an important piece to the gluten free market so I love sharing the Long Island ones with you! This small company specializes in meticulously crafted naturally gluten free products that blow Read More …

GIVEAWAY: Gluten Free Forever Magazine (GFF Mag) Subscription and More!

Our first giveaway of Celiac Disease Awareness Month 2017 focuses on the idea of increasing knowledge. One important source of information for those with Celiac Disease is magazine subscriptions, something I recommend to those who are newly diagnosed. Gluten Free Forever Magazine is one of those magazine subscriptions. Although it came about after I was Read More …

Why is Celiac Disease Awareness Important?

Today marks the start of Celiac Disease Awareness Month and while I have a slew of giveaways coming up through out the month (to be posted every Wednesday) I want to first talk about: Awareness We talk about it a lot this day and age. We’re told at defensive driving to ‘Be aware of our Read More …

Looking Local Gluten Free Series: Interview with COPIA Granola

Next up in the Looking Local Gluten Free series I have the pleasure of interviewing Grace, the owner of COPIA Granola. I’ve met Grace at several different Farmer’s Markets across the island and she has such a bubbly and passionate presence. Being a Celiac I was initially cautious of gluten free granola containing oats but Read More …

Looking Local Gluten Free Series: Interview with End of the Line

Long Island New York is a great place for those of us who are gluten free. From gluten free bakeries to spice companies our stores, farmer’s markets, and shops are teaming with locally made gluten free products. In an effort to share some of these companies with you I’ve created a new series: Looking Local Gluten Read More …

You too can take that 213$ Cross Country Train Ride even if You’re Gluten Free

By now you’ve probably seen the article circulating about how you can travel across the USA for 213$ (the author did it for 429$ really…) via Amtrak’s California Zephyr and Lake Shore Limited trains. For those gluten free adventurers this may seem like a daunting task that’ll leave you wide stretches with no safe food, but I’m Read More …