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Online Glute-Free Blog LinksGo Online For Gluten-Free Inspiration

Are you looking for that next great gluten-free recipe? or need some extra inspiration in the kitchen? Rose Miller goes online in search of some of the best gluten-free blogs, recipes and resources.

Like most of us, I have loads of recipe books. But more and more, I’m looking to the internet for recipe ideas. It could be laziness; it could be the love of finding something new and inspiring. It’s probably a bit of both. I always bookmark something particularly good, so now I have a nice collection of go-to places for great recipe ideas.

My laziness also kicks in when it comes to shopping. I know there are plenty of gluten-free products in my local Wellington supermarkets, but I find a greater variety online, and many items I’d never find on the supermarket shelves. of course, if you live in a smaller town, you may not have access to many gluten-free products, so online shopping may be just the ticket.

Here’s a selection of some of my favourite online recipe and shopping sites.


Gluten-Free Girl (and the Chef)
Gluten-Free Girl is Shauna James ahern from the uS. She was diagnosed coeliac in 2005 and felt compelled to share her journey online. ‘The Chef’ is her husband of four years – her influence inspied him to completely overhaul his restaurant’s menu to make it gluten-free.

Gluten-Free Goddess
Gluten-Free Goddess is Karina Allrich from New Zealand and she runs a highly rated gluten-free food blog, launched in 2005. Her recipe book Gluten-Free Goddess – Best Loved Recipes is available on iTunes.

Gluten-Free on a Shoestring
This US-based site gets back to basics with a focus on breads and flour mies – and on saving money.

Petite Kitchen
Eleanor Ozich, from Auckland, tried a new approach to food when her four-year-old daughter was not responding to treatment for her severe eczema. After a visit to a naturopath, Eleanor began to follow the GAPS diet. She’s become a regular contributing writer for the NZ Herald’s Viva magazine. Eleanor’s recently released recipe book My Petite Kitchen Cookbook is out in may and will be available via her blog.

Gluten-Free for Good – the Art and Science of Healthy Living
Run by nutritionist Melissa McLean Jory from Colorado, this blog is packed full of recipes and information on how to be gluten-free and healthy.

No Gluten No Problem
Husband and wife team Pete and Kelli Bronski run this US-based blog.

At the Healtheries site, you’ll find a gluten-free recipe index as well as a full outline of their products.


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Issue: Autumn 2014