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Gratitude – that is the theme for this time of year. As our families and friends gather around the dining room table, we often share what we are thankful for. Thanksgiving is a holiday full of memory making, conversations and amazing food. Often times, when you eat gluten-free, you might let the stress of Thanksgiving overtake that joy you should be feeling. But your holiday can be amazing with a few tips, tricks and delicious recipes from the Now Find Gluten Free Guide to a Gluten-Free Thanksgiving. This free eBook is available via download from Now Find Gluten Free. We introduced you to this innovative app a few months ago, to help you with your gluten-free grocery shopping. Now, they’re back with a free eBook to make your holiday easy and tasty.
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This complimentary eBook is filled with tips and tricks to lessen your stress this Thanksgiving season. Are you new to gluten-free? Are you an expert who has been eating gluten-free for years? This eBook is for everyone who might need help this holiday. Whether you are hosting your own holiday dinner, or attending someone else’s gathering, this eBook has manageable suggestions for you.
For example, if you are new to this gluten-free holiday, you might not know that many traditional Thanksgiving dishes can have hidden gluten in them. This eBook gives you tips to safely enjoy dinner and what to watch out for.
If you’ve always wanted to host your own Thanksgiving dinner, there is a timeline that will help you organize and execute the perfect, and safe, holiday dinner party. From décor, to menu planning, to a “to-do” list for the day of the party, this eBook has you covered!
Did somebody say wine? Wine is a perfect addition to any Thanksgiving dinner. In this eBook you are given a few tips for choosing wines to pair with your sumptuous feast! Pairings for starters, main courses and desserts are covered.
The recipes in this eBook are easy to read with simple ingredients that I can find at my local grocery store. The eBook is full of beautiful color pictures that really give you a feel of the recipe. There are great recipes in this eBook for both meat-eaters and vegetarians, like myself! I plan to add Petite Dinner Rolls, Mushroom & Wild Rice Stuffing, Twice-Baked Mashed Potatoes, Cinnamon Glazed Carrots and Pumpkin Cheesecake to my holiday spread this year, and I have full confidence they’re going to be a huge success!
At our house, we love to make a huge menu so that there is something for everyone (all gluten-free recipes, of course). We always seem to make more food than we need. However, the best part of making too much food has to be the leftovers!
Wondering about the authors who created such mouth-watering recipes and great gluten-free tips? This eBook is authored by Jessica MacDonald and Renée Lumbreras, in collaboration with Now Find Gluten Free. These two authors are foodie friends who love to share about the gluten-free lifestyle. They spend a lot of time in the kitchen and take on all types of gluten-free food.
You can’t go wrong with this free eBook! If you are looking for Thanksgiving tips, tricks and recipes from those gluten-free veterans who have already been successful in the holiday trenches, THIS is for you! Thanks to our sponsor, Now Find Gluten Free, for putting out this eBook!
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Cindy Gordon is the owner and author of Vegetarian Mamma and is a foodie who loves to blog about gluten-free vegetarian/vegan recipes. Her family also focuses on foods that are peanut-, tree nut-, dairy-, and gluten-free. They’re dedicated to finding/creating recipes and products that fit their allergy needs. Cindy resides in Ohio with her husband and two boys (born in 2007 and 2010). She enjoys spending time with her family, the outdoors, gardening, wine and cooking! Connect with her at VegetarianMamma.com or on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.Originally posted November 2016