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May 28, 2019

a huge thank you

We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again: This year’s 8th annual Gluten Free Garage was our biggest and best yet—with 74 vendors (35 new to GFG!) and more than 2,000 attendees! We couldn’t have made it happen without GFG lead sponsor Italpasta and our other super sponsors, our supportive community partners, our incredible staff and amazing volunteers, and our fantastic guest speakers. Last but not least, a huge shout-out to the awesome gluten-free community
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With more than 70 vendors, you are bound to find something new— and super delicious—at Gluten Free Garage! See you tomorrow! For a gluten-free good time, follow us on Instagram!  
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At this year’s Gluten Free Garage, our favourite pasta is popping up in two different places! If you’ve been to GFG in the past, you know that the Italpasta BOOTH is a busy one! And we don’t expect this year to be any different, as they’re doing a little #GFTeamVeg and #GFTeamMeat sampling and inviting you to take a side. Drop by their booth and taste their Gluten-Free Lentil Bolognese or their Gluten-Free Asparagus and
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year for gluten-free people! Time to spring-clean your pantry of any excess gluten-free food and make room for your fresh haul from Gluten Free Garage! Then, bring the GF products that you’re discarding to GFG for a donation to the #GFREEWIFEYFOODBANK. GFree Wifey Jessica Danford is on a mission to raise awareness about celiac disease while advocating access to safe food for all. “Food insecurity is a growing
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May is Celiac Awareness Month! To kick it off, we want to spread some awareness about celiac disease. When I say “we,” I actually mean my daughter Lily—otherwise known as the Gluten Free Garage muse—who was diagnosed at age 3. Now 13, she has been living with celiac disease and living her best gluten-free life for one whole decade. That’s so hard to believe because I remember the day she was diagnosed like it was
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