Simply Gluten Free Magazine: Subscription GIVEAWAY!

A couple of weeks ago I announced some very exciting news: my friend and gluten-free expert Carol Kicinski of Simply Gluten Free is launching a magazine and she’s asked me to contribute!

How is Simply Gluten Free going to be different than all other magazines? First of all, Carol has the know-how and experience to give you just what you want. After all, she is the author of two incredible books: Simply…Gluten-Free Quick Meals and Simply… Gluten-Free Desserts as well as a TV chef! Carol celebrates all that there is to love about gluten-free living and that’s exactly what she’s going to give you in her magazine.

Not only will you find fabulous recipes and photos by the best bloggers in the gluten-free and food allergy community, you will also be privy to tips on gluten-free travel, dining out, health and beauty secrets, etc etc. All in an easy-to-read, colorful format. Not stopping at gluten-free, other food allergies and special diets will be covered as well.

In the first issue alone, you can expect to see articles about:

  • Mix & Match Holiday Dinners:  Creative combinations of gluten-free entrees and side dishes to delight your guests 
  • Tips for Lowering the Costs of Gluten-free Diets  
  • Holiday Cocktails:  How to Get the Party Started and Stay Gluten-Free 
  • Preparing a Paleo Holiday Dinner 
  • Glitch-free Holiday Baking 
  • Easy Allergen-free Substitutions
  • Vegan Holiday Dessert Recipes 
  • Breaking Medical and Scientific News and Information by Leading Doctors

… written by some very talented and influential bloggers, including:

Afton Jones
Alisa Fleming

Alissa Segersten
Angela Litzinger
Bernice Mast
Cara Lyons
Carol Kicinski
Cheryl Harris
Erin Pickering
Hallie Klecker
Heidi Kelly
Jeanne Sauvage
Jen Penas
Kim Maes
Melissa McLean Jory

Ricki Heller
Stacy & Matt Toth
Stephanie O’Dea

Another special quality about this magazine is that Carol expects the writers’ unique style and voice to really shine through. Personally, this makes me even more excited to be a part of it, and I hope that it will allow me to do a better job of providing YOU useful and relevant recipes. On that note, please tell me, what kinds of recipes and/or articles would you like to see in upcoming issues? Or, what do you think is missing from other gluten-free magazines or publications? I want to help make this magazine all that you want – and more!

Leave a comment telling me, and you will be entered to win one of TWO subscriptions to Simply Gluten Free Magazine.

There are going to be lots of giveaways going on, so to stay in the loop and up your chances, make sure to follow Simply Gluten Free on Twitter and like Simply Gluten Free on Facebook.

Contest will run through Wednesday, September 5th at 11:59pm EDT. Winner will be chosen via random number generator. No purchase necessary. Winner will be contacted via email, and agrees to provide shipping information to me to pass along to Simply Gluten Free Magazine. Winner has 3 days to respond, at which time an alternate winner will be chosen.

Can’t wait? Subscribe now and receive 70% off the cover price!

 

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78 Responses to “Simply Gluten Free Magazine: Subscription GIVEAWAY!”

  1. 1

    Kate — August 31, 2012 @ 7:23 am Reply

    Some strategies for eating out would be helpful.

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    Danielle — August 31, 2012 @ 7:44 am Reply

    tips and general guides about substitutions. there are so many GF products out there, which substitute well for others? also a general guide (maybe you’ve already written one) for substituting protein powder for more conventional ingredients.

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    dana — August 31, 2012 @ 8:44 am Reply

    uncommon places you might find gluten or a beginners guide to gluten free

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    Julie — August 31, 2012 @ 9:24 am Reply

    I have so many friends who are Gluten Free and I always want them to be able to eat anything I serve when they come over. It would be great to have it for me and for a friend!

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    Darbi — August 31, 2012 @ 9:39 am Reply

    Eating gluten free on the road. I travel a lot for work.

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    Rachel — August 31, 2012 @ 9:48 am Reply

    Definitely sources of hidden gluten. I’ve only be gluten free for a couple of months, and since I’ve been on vacation for the past couple of weeks, i know I’ve been “glutened” at least 3 times. I’m just not sure where I picked it up.

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    Leanne — August 31, 2012 @ 9:49 am Reply

    Information on the various flours and starches. I love baking, but I don’t want to have 20 different kinds of flour on hand. For instance, if a recipe calls for tapioca starch, can corn starch or potato starch be substituted? And is it a 1:1 exchange?

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    Jenny — August 31, 2012 @ 9:49 am Reply

    I would love to see some holiday recipes – different sides, variations from the traditional turkey and mashed potatoes…maybe some more ethnic inspired recipes etc.

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    Brandae — August 31, 2012 @ 9:52 am Reply

    Awesome magazine! I’m so looking forward to it. I’d love to have articles that allow readers to contribute reviews and/or recommendations for restaurants in various cities – even small towns too!

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    Michelle Crooker — August 31, 2012 @ 10:03 am Reply

    tips on where to buy baking ingredients cheap, almond and coconut flour baked goods, meal idea.

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    Allison F — August 31, 2012 @ 10:09 am Reply

    Family friendly, not using too many ‘odd’ flour choices. Oh, we have many GF flour choices, but when ‘every’ recipe in a magazine calls for a different blend, every month, it just gets to be too tiring. Foods that are healthy, but that a family really will eat! Creative, economical packed school lunch ideas are always welcome.

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    Allison F — August 31, 2012 @ 10:11 am Reply

    PS…I know what I really, really want….a great biscuit recipe. I miss a good biscuit.

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    Heather J — August 31, 2012 @ 10:11 am Reply

    I’d like to see grain-free recipes. So many GF blogs use a variety of flours and binders but I prefer to only use almond, coconut and chickpea flours in my baking.

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    Hillary — August 31, 2012 @ 10:11 am Reply

    Similar to a comment above, I would love to hear more about strategies for eating out. I would also be interested in meals that move away from any kind of grain as a focus even non-meat dishes.

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    Loretta — August 31, 2012 @ 10:11 am Reply

    Gluten-free snacks that keep for longer periods of time are always awesome to have when you don’t have good options!

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    Shaunna@mamas13minutemile — August 31, 2012 @ 10:26 am Reply

    I don’t eat gluten free but I would be interested in gluten free baking for sure.

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    Jean — August 31, 2012 @ 10:28 am Reply

    Gluten-free that does not have a ton of sugar in it. Thanks!

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    Lori — August 31, 2012 @ 10:31 am Reply

    Family and kid-friendly recipes, quick from-scratch meal ideas, slow-cooker meals, bread machine breads. So many magazines are great about including gourmet recipes, which I would love to fix if I didn’t live with picky children! Would also love lunch-box and kid-friendly snack ideas.

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    Lori — August 31, 2012 @ 10:33 am Reply

    One more thing I forgot to mention – GF freezer meals.

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    dena @ohyoucook — August 31, 2012 @ 10:33 am Reply

    I occasionally feed people who are gluten-intolerant, so anything suitable for lunches or dinners are needed.

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    Lindsay — August 31, 2012 @ 10:33 am Reply

    I would love to see gluten free and vegan holiday recipes!

  22. 22

    Tamara I — August 31, 2012 @ 10:40 am Reply

    A cooking magazing that I can actually make the recipes from?!? how exciting!

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    Julie Browning — August 31, 2012 @ 10:40 am Reply

    Vegetarian options that have enough protein.
    Ideas for endurance athletes; what to eat before, during and after workouts / races.

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    Diana V. — August 31, 2012 @ 10:49 am Reply

    Baking tips in general. I used to love to bake all sorts of things. Now I just get discouraged because things don’t turn out right. And some everyday recipes would be nice.

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    Courtney — August 31, 2012 @ 10:52 am Reply

    Hello- First of all I am super excited about this magazine. It really looks like my former company’s Every Day Food (clean, simple, and delish) but 100% Gluten Free- Yea!!! Would love to see more holiday recipe, meal planning for traveling, of course all the latest product reviews. I would also love to have some focus on how easy this lifestyle is by using all your old recipes and subbing out the non gf ingredients for gf products. I was so overwhelmed with gluten free recipes because lets face it they have a million steps and ingredients. I have learned to convert all my recipes with zero issues (except some of my baked goods- that takes more practice and testing than meals). I really wish we could promote King Arther flour more too- Bob’s Red Mills is not keeping up to date and I find every time I eat someones food who used Bob’s it tastes like a gluten free recipe from the 80′s. King Arther has a fantastic product and things taste good. GF doesn’t mean tasteless cardboard- GF should be easy as a piece of cake! Also Simple Gluten Free Magazine should focus on food presentation! This food driven world, foodies, food bloggers, everyday people have become so prominent so lets make the Gluten Free Pinterest world even more beatuful! (http://pinterest.com/eventsbeyond/all-things-gluten-free/). Can’t wait to get my hands on this magazine!!! Courtney

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    Dawn — August 31, 2012 @ 11:11 am Reply

    Awesome! I am so excited for you. I love whole food vegan and gluten free recipes. There just aren’t enough meatless gluten free recipes anywhere. They are usually side dishes if they happen to be there- so it would be nice to see some mains.

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    Dawn — August 31, 2012 @ 11:14 am Reply

    Information on manufactrers items that don’t list gluten free on container.

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    Amy — August 31, 2012 @ 11:29 am Reply

    We make family meals that need to accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian eaters, not to mention some “meat and potatoes” kinds of men. Without grilling every time we get together, I’d love recipes, tips, and substitution ideas so we can stop making several different main dishes, side dishes, etc. to meet the diverse dietary needs.

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    Linnea — August 31, 2012 @ 11:47 am Reply

    Gluten free and refined sugar free.

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    Debbie — August 31, 2012 @ 11:52 am Reply

    I would love to see lots of recipes. Also, would love to see lists of “regular” products that are already gluten free. We are just getting ready to start on the gluten free journey and I am already overwhelmed.

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    Mary S. — August 31, 2012 @ 12:13 pm Reply

    Gluten free recipes that are good for diabetics. Thanks

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    Joyce Powel — August 31, 2012 @ 12:17 pm Reply

    I would love to see some main dishes that are vegeterian. I can find LOTS of dessert and meat main dishes but need more vegeterian ones. Also some easy sides that don’t require a lot of hard to find ingredients. Looking forward to the magazine!

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    Jennifer Isaak — August 31, 2012 @ 1:14 pm Reply

    Some information on gluten free hair products and cosmetics as it can get a little bit confusing in that area of what is safe and still natural.

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    Brenda — August 31, 2012 @ 1:19 pm Reply

    I would like to see sugar free recipes utilizing stevia and/or xylitol in baked goods that are grain free. Thank you for all of the effort involved in such a project.

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    Mary — August 31, 2012 @ 1:20 pm Reply

    gluten free baking is something I really enjoy. I have other allergies besides gluten so substitutions are really important to me.

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    chrysta — August 31, 2012 @ 1:31 pm Reply

    So excited for this!I would love to see some healthy gluten free recipes for upcoming holidays. Things that are light, fresh and nutritious but also a crowd pleaser.

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    Laura — August 31, 2012 @ 1:39 pm Reply

    Product ‘road tests’ are always so enlightening. Also, on the topic of dairy-free living, it would be good to have a handy list of substitutions. As a ‘certified’ foodie mag addict, I am really looking forward to this magazine!

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    Lauri — August 31, 2012 @ 1:49 pm Reply

    I am so excited for this new magazine! I am looking forward to good
    tasting affordable recipes. I agree with others that I would love to see holiday recipies. It’s hard to replace traditional recipes from the past unless you have a new fantastic tasting alternative!

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    Beth @ Tasty Yummies — August 31, 2012 @ 1:57 pm Reply

    I always love any gluten-free recipes that celebrate clean eating and leaving out processed foods and other filler junk. Too many times gluten-free recipes suggest adding in so much stuff that just isn’t good for us and isn’t natural. I especially love gluten-free recipes that are fun for anyone and everyone, gluten-free or not, no special flours, gums or starches, just naturally gluten-free without any messing with it :) Congrats on being a contributor, what an honor!

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    RaLea — August 31, 2012 @ 2:23 pm Reply

    I’d love to see healthy, “normal” recipes- gluten free, low in sugar, not super processed & made with ingredients you can easily find at any grocery store. Maybe some kind of review of different types of GF flours, when to use them, and how to substitute.

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    Suzette — August 31, 2012 @ 2:28 pm Reply

    GF/CF, refined sugar free and grain free options… there are so many unhealthy, sugar laden GF fillers that are just worsening the inflammatory process! Our goal is to improve health and digestion, not cause additional harm to the body by replacing gluten with sugar and nutrient sparse filler. I would also love tips on how to vacation GF (both nationally and internationally) especially when you are faced with buffets. Finally, tips on entertaining GF (especially with holidays coming) is always nice… our non-GF friends and family might never know the difference!

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    felonice — August 31, 2012 @ 2:31 pm Reply

    I am celiac, have a blog gluten free west palm beach and a online facebook group for florida! also recently went dairy free. Would love to try some new recipes

    Thanks!

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    Jennifer Kaelin — August 31, 2012 @ 2:38 pm Reply

    I have a gluten sensitivity and would love to see more quick and easy gluten free recipes (that don’t have a ton of ingredients or are complicated to follow). I’d also like to see recipes that not only gluten free eaters will love but also taste good to those that eat gluten. Excited to see the new magazine!!

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    Susan — August 31, 2012 @ 2:45 pm Reply

    I would LOVE gluten free recipes for southern biscuits and other breads that are tasty and believe-able (I miss me some real bread)!

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    Stephanie — August 31, 2012 @ 4:25 pm Reply

    I would love a beginner’s guide and a travel guide! Also, 5 ingredient or less recipes. I am so excited for this publication!!

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    Holly — August 31, 2012 @ 6:43 pm Reply

    I would love to see more recipes using ancient GF grains and flours that have nutritional value, unlike rice flour. I also use a scale to bake with so it would be nice if the recipes had grams as well as the cup measurements. Thanks for the wonderful offer.

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    Teghan Noyes — August 31, 2012 @ 6:43 pm Reply

    I am hoping to see gluten free combined with other allergies and food sensitivities such as lactose intolerance or soy free. Also different techniques such as oven baking vs using a bread machine. Honestly though I am just excited to see what they have!

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    Lisa Reyes Tauer — August 31, 2012 @ 7:59 pm Reply

    I bake a lot so I would love to see cupcake and cookie recipes!

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    kendra — August 31, 2012 @ 8:05 pm Reply

    I would also like to see recipes omitting the top allergins. Wheat, soy, milk, eggs, nuts

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    Nadine — August 31, 2012 @ 9:06 pm Reply

    I would love to see more on fluten free flours, how to mix them for self rising and more. Seeing some recipes for dinner roll would be awesome as well as it seems many restaurants serve dinner rolls and I can’t have them. So to be able to make sweet dinner rolls would be GREAT

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    Kate — August 31, 2012 @ 9:16 pm Reply

    Cara, this has been such an awesome year for you. I am so happy for all your accomplishments!

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    Karibeth — August 31, 2012 @ 9:38 pm Reply

    I am really hoping for a bread recipe that has none of my son’s restrictions, but actually tastes good enough that a 12 year old would eat it. He is allergic to gluten, dairy, soy, egg, corn, beans (legumes), tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, cranberries… So many things! Bread is one of the things I have not been able to make for him. Every loaf fails.
    So a good bread (or biscuit) would be greatly appreciated!

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    Sarah L — August 31, 2012 @ 11:06 pm Reply

    I would like to see descriptions of when the different flours are most appropriate and what recipes/types of breads they’re best suited for.

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    Katie — August 31, 2012 @ 11:52 pm Reply

    I have been eating gluten free for three years, and truthfully, there is nothing in that diet that I miss. However, regular cookbooks have a strong grain and gluten component and gluten free cookbooks tend to focus on substitutes for those things – basically making a gluten-y product gluten free. I’d like to get a real recipes for meals that are naturally gluten free, without have to get a magazine that I can only use half the recipes from, and the rest require tweaking.

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    Karen — September 1, 2012 @ 12:24 am Reply

    I’d love to see recipes that don’t always involve ingredients that are only found at specialty food stores.

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    Carolyn — September 1, 2012 @ 8:51 am Reply

    I would love to see recipes with more common gluten free replacements instead of something I have to special order. Teff flour and sorghum flour, are 2 items I cannot buy on short notice as none of the local stores carry them. Alternatives flour recommendations would be fantastic.

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    Corisa — September 1, 2012 @ 10:35 am Reply

    Plenty of breakfast ideas ! I love to have toast for breakfast so I would love an alternative!

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    Brittney Sacks — September 1, 2012 @ 7:17 pm Reply

    Dessert recipes that are gluten free, sugar free, and low carb!

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    April — September 1, 2012 @ 8:39 pm Reply

    I would love to see some healthy, gluten free recipes that are either added starch free or low in starches, and maybe even vegan! A large order, I know, but those are what I consider “perfect” recipes.

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    Marieann — September 1, 2012 @ 10:23 pm Reply

    I would love to see easy fast and dosent require a lot of time or energy Recipes as i have 6 chronic illness’s and it is hard for me to stand and move around too much. Also things that dont cost a lot of money as my husband lost his job and iam unable to work so money is supper tight. Thank You

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    Barbara — September 2, 2012 @ 11:17 pm Reply

    I have a gluten sensitivity and would love to see more quick and easy gluten free recipes (that don’t have a ton of ingredients or are complicated to follow). I’d also like to see recipes that not only gluten free eaters will love but also taste good to those that eat gluten.

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    Martha — September 3, 2012 @ 7:46 am Reply

    I’m definitely interested in GF foods with better nutritional profiles – more bang for the buck, calorie- and nutrient-wise. Along those lines, any Q&A or interviews you could run with experts in the field (doctors, researchers, nutritionists) as well as GF athletes would be great to see.

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    willow — September 3, 2012 @ 1:59 pm Reply

    More recipes and choices involving alternative, healthy grains (hello, buckwheat! teff!) — rather than all sorts of fillers (tapioca starch? potato starch?) and those with poor nutritional profiles (ugh – white rice, corn…). Articles that encourage people to try NEW things rather than just trying to replace things.

    These are all things I work on with my clients and it’s frustrating how much processed gluten-free items are out there that are so unhealthy. :-(

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    Andrea — September 3, 2012 @ 5:25 pm Reply

    Kosher and gluten free recipes

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    Bri — September 3, 2012 @ 7:26 pm Reply

    This magazine sounds wonderful! I’m leaning toward a paleo diet right now, so grain free/paleo recipes are always great.

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    kim — September 4, 2012 @ 9:43 am Reply

    I would love to see recipes with GF Flour mixes that do not require Xanthum gum. I am also dairy free. Love a GF and Dairy free section. Thank you.

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    Beth Trizza — September 4, 2012 @ 9:47 am Reply

    I am always looking for great new GF recipes. Nutritional value is key! I know it’s easy to make simple flavorful foods that are high in nutrition, however, I tend to get stuck in a rut making the same things all the time. That’s where this magazine can help with fresh ideas! =)

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    jocelyn — September 4, 2012 @ 9:51 am Reply

    recipes that aren’t just gluten-free but also don’t have many of the common allergens, including corn (which I find is the most ubiquitous and hardest to avoid). also, like was said above, strategies for traveling and eating out – things to look out for an ask waiters.

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    Jenny G — September 4, 2012 @ 10:15 am Reply

    I am new to GF living and would love to see this magazine and learn new things.

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    Kelly — September 4, 2012 @ 10:51 am Reply

    I would love to win this subscription. I’m less than 6 mons into my new GF life and find it so confusing. I would also like to know how to cook and bake without having to use 3-7 different flours or xanthum (expensive and difficult to find), etc. Would also love to read about indepth product reviews. Many thanks! Kelly

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    Leah Ryan — September 4, 2012 @ 11:42 am Reply

    Everything sounds wonderful! I would love to see kids lunch ideas for school and kid friendly snacks:)

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    Laurie — September 4, 2012 @ 6:00 pm Reply

    My youngest daughter has Prader-Willi Syndrome (www.pwsausa.org). Her diet will make or break her health. I am looking for high protein, healthy fat (coconut oil), low carb gluten free meals.

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    Rachel — September 4, 2012 @ 8:58 pm Reply

    I would love to see holiday recipes since Fall is on the way. Allergy-free and vegetarian/vegan recipes would be great. I would also like to see an article on foods/items in the grocery stores that have hidden gluten ingredients.

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    Denise — September 5, 2012 @ 11:47 am Reply

    First, Thanks for offering a free giveway! I would like to see light meals, ones to make fast & fresh that are healthy. That is a great way for families to come together, especially when life is hectic and everyone is running in different directions. Hit me up with a great way to keep my celiac family together and healthy with a quick delicious meal!

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    Ann Stewart — September 5, 2012 @ 2:03 pm Reply

    Healthy artisan glutenfree bread recipes would be nice to see/read.

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    Steph — September 6, 2012 @ 10:46 pm Reply

    I’ve been doing my best at living a paleo lifestyle, and would love to see paleo entertaining and slow cooker recipes. I would also love an article on specific nutrients/nutritional goals while eating paleo.

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    rebekah — April 8, 2014 @ 4:39 pm Reply

    okay, comment made:) where is the passover recipes….

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