It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster-this weekend with technology-but here’s the roundup!
Gluten Free and Celiac Stuff:
This is exciting stuff. The Gluten Intolerance Group’s Annual Education Conference will be in Orlando, Florida June 30th-July 2nd, 2011. Orlando is a very celiac friendly town. Mickey Mouse is here. What are you waiting for?! Come on down to the Sunshine State! I am very excited, and hope to meet lots of my online friends there. It’s only about a 3 hour drive from Fort Lauderdale, so I’m very happy to put it on my calendar.
I’ve subscribed to the magazine for a couple years, been on their site a ton of times, and never realized they had this page until this week. They also did a review of a couple of GF cookbooks.
*Melissa and Dallas over at the Whole 9 posted some great tips on eating breadless. In other words-how to get a non-bread including sandwich. Not specifically written for the celiac, but totally applicable. Just add in some education to the preparers on cross contamination concerns and you are golden.
*Heidi of Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom fame posted an allergy free chocolate pudding recipe. It sounded so good, that I-the-queen-of-make-do-with-what-you-have-on-hand, special ordered an ingredient. Seriously.
Here’s why this is a special edition round up:
I am floored, grateful and flattered by all the positive responses I’ve been getting from the “7 Quick Start Tips for Living a Healthy Gluten Free Fit Life” project. I am so happy to hear that you are finding it helpful and encouraging. I wanted to give special recognition to those who have written entire blog posts to review the book. The emails mean no less to me, I can assure you of that. Also, there is a giveaway going on that you can take part in!
In chronological order:
Kim’s review from Cook It Allergy Free. Kim is hosting a giveaway, so check it out and enter!
The one year anniversary of Gluten Free Fitness is coming up too! Craziness how quickly time is flying by.
If you haven’t yet read Gluten Free and Fit 101, that’s a great place to start.
Please feel free to share any interesting stories you’ve come across in the comments section.
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