Saturday, June 18, 2011

GF Grocery Guide, and Online GF Cooking Classes

     This weekend I was surfing the net to see what was new out there in the gluten free world.   I came across two websites that are worth a mention, especially if you are new to being gluten free.

    First is the a website that gives gluten free newbies online cooking classes.  Wish I had thought of that!  But alas, six years ago I was wading through Autism, and the gluten free - casein free diet, and feeling lucky to just keep my head above water.  What is great is that she offers you access to her whole cooking class library for a $1 for two weeks.  If you want more than that, then you can subscribe to her cooking classes.  That is a great deal to get you started.  Pretty nifty.  You can find her cooking class at http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/cooking-school/ .

     Second is the New 2011/2012 Gluten-Free Grocery Shopping Guide by Cecelia's Marketplace .  It gets rave reviews at Amazon, and personally wished I had one when I started this journey.  If you are just getting started Gluten Free, this book will help you manuever the grocery store shelves.  They have done the research for you.   It lists a whopping 37,000+ gluten free products that are available nationwide at major supermarket chains.  It tells you which popular brands (Heinz, Kraft, Del Monte, etc.) are gluten free.  If you are gluten and casein free they have a book for that too, the  2011/2012 Gluten/Casein Free Grocery Shopping Guide by Cecelia's Marketplace and one that includes soy free as well 2011/2012 Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Grocery Shopping Guide by Cecelia's Marketplace.
    

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