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Comments

  1. Hey! I came across your site while on Twitter, and I’ve been debating starting a gluten-free diet for the past two years. (or since my gastro doctor said I might be gluten intolerant). But, as a college student, my budget is quite limited, and from my experience, most gluten-free products taste a bit like cardboard and are twice as expensive! But, your site has really made me reconsider how I feel about gluten-free food because it seems that if you make it yourself from scratch, then it actually tastes good! (and looks good from your pictures!) Could you please help me in creating a list of the “essentials” that I should buy so that I can make my own food, and maybe save some cash at the same time?
    Thank you for your blog!

    Kristen :)

    • Thanks Kristen! I will shoot you a detailed email tomorrow. Is this your primary email address, the one you listed?? I’m happy to help!

      • Hey.
        I found your website on Pinterest, and all of your recipes look delicious. I can’t wait to give them a try. Like Kristin, I am a college student with a budget. Would you mind sending me a list of “essentials” that would be possible for me to make? I live on campus, but there is a little kitchen that I have access to. I don’t have a lot of storage space for food, and tend to eat what I can at the cafeteria. Are there any good snack ideas that you have that would be quick and easy to make, that way I can grab it and go to class when I am running behind?
        Thank you so much for all of your help!
        Amanda

        • My favorite go to snacks are homemade granola, hummus, trail mix and sliced veggies and crackers. Essentials would definitely be beans, salad mix, proteins, quinoa, chicken stock, GF oatmeal, etc. I hope that helps. Feel free to email me if you have any other questions.

  2. Hi! Im so happy I found your website! I had no idea there were so many gluten free options in Austin. I was just told that I am gluten intolerant which is good because I now know what has been causing me years of stomach aches, however I have gone crazy this week trying to find things that I can eat. GF food is expensive and sometimes turns out to taste horrible. I wanted to know if you could help me get started with a list of basic GF rules on what to buy, what i can and can’t eat,etc. Thank you soo much, and I’m looking forward to trying out some of your recipes,
    Clarissa*

  3. Hi! I’ve been gluten free for just over a year now, and I’m embarrassed to say that I’m still buying gluten free all purpose flour mixes. I really like King Arthur’s blend, but the cost is KILLING me. I only use gf flour in all cooking and baking so I can eat it, and I have two young children who really love baked goodies. This has all been a long and rambling way to ask if you have a really great recipe for an all purpose flour blend? I really want to be able to make my own go-to blend to try and save a ton of money. I don’t know enough about all of the textures, tastes, and uses of the different flours to figure it out! I could really use any suggestions you may have!!

  4. Eleanor here from Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery! I’m actually from Texas as well and i think your recipes represent the state so well:) These all look so great!

  5. To quote Kristen from an earlier post: “Could you please help me in creating a list of the “essentials” that I should buy so that I can make my own food, and maybe save some cash at the same time?
    Thank you for your blog!”

    I was diagnosed w/ celiac disease a few mos. ago. Since then I have been strictly gluten free but my diet is definitely lacking in variety–I really feel left out sometimes when I don’t get to eat treats, bread, etc. Can you give me some guidelines for how to get started with cooking / baking gluten free?

    Thanks bunches!! (This is the email address from which I would like to correspond with you.

    Natalie

  6. I am starting this diet for the first time. These recipes sound awesome, however, I’d also love a list of essentials to buy at the store. I’m a huge cook and baker and rarely eat out so recipes and essentials from the store would be great! This email is best to reach me. Thanks! – Jessica

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