GF Blogs and Facebook
(dealing with Celiac Disease
and/or GF living)
Suzanne Rampton wrote to the Listserv about
"If you do not know what a blog is, it is short for "web log" -- diaries, of
sorts, that ordinary folks (in many cases) put on the web about whatever they
choose. If you want a great introduction to reading blogs, go to www.bloglines.com.
There are great explanations of what blogging is all about,
and you can subscribe to
their free service -- an easy to way keep track of the blogs you like
and read them whenever they post something new, and at your
Celiac Yak Yak Yak Facebook page
This website was created for those eating gluten-free in San Diego to converse and share information.
Clea Shannon; live inspired
Recipes and more. Clea gives presentations and has a consulting service.
Enjoying Life without Gluten Facebook page
Michele Wright, founder of the "Enjoying Life without Gluten" meet-up group wrote: "Hi friends, I have created a Facebook page for us! I thought we needed something to bring us closer together and more "social media" friendly! It is the same name - "Enjoying Life Without Gluten". Please go to the page and "like" us! I just got it up so photos will be coming. Please feel free to offer any advice!"
Fine Cooks. . . everything gluten free
This blog, written by Karen Fine, used to be called "Mom Cooks Gluten Free". Karen's oldest son was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2004. She has been cooking gluten ever since, and she herself has gone completely gluten free since 2008.
Gluten Exchange; goodbye gluten...hello healthy
Melissa Mostowy is "living a gluten-free lifestyle and loving it!" She states she wants to share her "experiences, journey and knowledge to the world!"
Glutenfree in San Diego
"I have a blog where I review various GF products and restaurants." Debbie Toon
I started out with a gluten-free cooking blog called Mari Made, www.marimade.blogspot.com, where I share recipes and reviews of gluten free products I try and places I eat in San Diego and also while traveling." Rachel Marie Helmer, Mari Made Bakery 9/12/08
My Life as an Anti-glutite
Created by Lindsy in San Diego.
No Excuses Gluten Free
This blog is written by two sisters who go to school in San Diego, Sarah and Rachel Sweeney Felong. They published a GF cookbook in 2011.
The Recipe Renovator
Stephanie Weaver, MPH is a "food blogger and recipe developer". The many recipes on this blog are gluten-free, sugar-free, and plant based. email@example.com
San Diego Celiacs Facebook: This group currently has 57 members. It appears to be a Facebook page only - used for asking questions and making announcements. San Diego Celiacs 2/6
Tasty and Gluten Free
"My name is Andrea and I am a San Diego resident recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance. I had barely heard of Celiac before last December so in order to educate myself and also learn how to cook for this new diet, I began a gluten free cooking blog a few months ago: Tasty... and Gluten Free! The content is all original, and any idea that I have adapted from another recipe (or photograph that I did not take myself) is fully credited to its actual creator and host website. At the moment there are about 26 recipes online and I add content approximately 3x per week."
Adam Rosen, the "The Un-Gluten Guy", describes his blog as having "a lot of SD restaurants, stores, book reviews, recipes and reviews of GF products." He also includes several YouTube videos for some of his recipes.
The Whisk and Cleaver
This San Diego blogger concentrates on healthy recipes, most of which are gluten-free.
Your GF Place blogspot
Daphne Lurie writes: "On this site I'll share some of my favorite gluten-free products, markets, restaurants, and resources with those of you who are also gluten intolerant or sensitive."