A Blogger A Day: Food Living & Everything Else
Blogs at: www.flaee.com
Tweets at: www.twitter.com/Food_Paul
Like him at: Food Living and Everything Else on Facebook
On the bookshelf: Loving Food Again is a downloadable eBook for cooking with celiac disease and other food allergies. Available at www.lovingfoodagain.com.
Why we’re fans: Paul has passion with a capital “P.” Besides posting regularly on his own blog, Paul has contributed to NFCA’s Recipe of the Week, participated in our contests and is often the first to comment when we post big news on our Facebook page. He’s also a family man, which makes him all the more determined to make gluten-free a normal part of life.
Paul’s Story: I do not have celiac disease, nor am I gluten intolerant, but my wife and daughter are. Thus started my journey as a gluten-free recipe creator and blogger. Humorously, I am often referred to as the “Husband and Father Gluten-Free Blogger.” I felt that everything I learned how to do should be shared with others, so they would not have to go through the day-to-day detective work we went through when learning to cope with a gluten issue.
According to Paul: The toughest part of going gluten-free was all the detective work we did when we first learned gluten was an issue. Figuring out how to cook, shop and knowing where you can and can’t go out to eat was all very difficult at first. Like everything else though, as time goes on, you get used to it and it is no longer the burden it once was.
A taste of Food Living and Everything Else:
- Gluten Free…THE FAD DIET
- Pizza Gran, meet your gluten free cousin “Sweet Ricotta Ramekins”
- Roasted Red Pepper Sauce (for pasta)
For more of NFCA’s Celiac Awareness Month celebration, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/awarenessmonth.
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