Our chef is not gluten-free. Here’s why that’s a good thing.

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An honest discussion with The GFB’s Chef about gluten-free foods. Tell us who you are and what you do. Jeremy Sher. I’m the Chef and a Partner at The GFB, and although our founders Marshall and Elliott are gluten-free by


Celebrate Celiac Awareness Month with Heroes of the GF Community

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    There’s always been something special about May. The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and gluten-free goodness can be found at every turn. That’s because May is Celiac Awareness Month, giving gluten-intolerant folks around the world the opportunity


Five Meaningless Food Claims You Should Know

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Consider this a public service announcement. You’re food conscious and so are we. That’s why deceptive or misleading marketing claims on our food and drinks get us a little riled up. You know your gluten-free diet inside and out, and


Gluten-Free Horror Stories – Show and Tell

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For us, gluten is Public Enemy No. 1. It holds the power to ruin first dates, tarnish your reputation at work, and bring a good day to a screeching halt. An inconvenient stomachache at your desk is one thing, running


Are Your Superbowl Snacks Gluten-Free?

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  Our very own gluten-free bear weighs in on a few popular super bowl snacks and whether they are gluten-free or not. Check out the below videos for some timely advice. If we didn’t cover your favorite snacks, don’t fret.


Celiac Diagnosis or Gluten Intolerance Diagnosis: The Do’s and Don’ts

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Celiac Diagnosis or Gluten Intolerance Diagnosis: The Do’s and Don’ts Think you’ve got a gluten-related health problem? Perhaps you’re even ready to schedule a celiac diagnosis? We hear you, we’ve been there – and we have a few words of


Gluten-Free 2016: Five Gluten-Free New Year’s Resolutions

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Gluten-Free 2016: Five New Year’s Resolutions (That You’re Actually Going to Keep) Gluten-Free 2016: This is going to be your year. How do we know? Because if we didn’t keep our gluten-free resolutions last year (or the year before…) then