A Blogger A Day: G-Free Foodie
Why we’re fans: KC’s blog is fresh and clean, from the strawberries and tomatoes that frame each page, to the streamlined layout that makes it easy to navigate. She frequently reposts content from gluten-free advocates and experts like Tina Turbin and the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA), but she also has a wealth of original tips and recipes. We recommend that readers take advantage of her blog’s free recipe conversion, which offers to take your favorite gluten-containing recipes and turn them into gluten-free versions. For an example of her work, check out “Recipe Redux: Gluten-Free Broccoli Cheddar Soup” in NFCA’s April 2011 e-newsletter.
KC’s Story: After spending my adult life plagued with GI issues, a doctor suggested I might have celiac disease. I went gluten-free and never looked back. I’ve never felt better.
According to KC: My biggest challenge in early gluten-free life was travel. Where and what would I eat? That’s actually why I started G-Free Foodie – we have a national database of gluten-free restaurants, and most of them are recommended by our readers!
A taste of G-Free Foodie:
- The G-Free Foodie Guides: Tips on everything from gluten-free products to replacing eggs in recipes
- 10 Questions with KC: My interviews with gluten-free tastemakers ad other cool foodies
- Romanesco, Romesco & the Italian Channel: One of my favorite posts, about my Grampa Bob
For more of NFCA’s Celiac Awareness Month celebration, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/awarenessmonth.