It’s important to know that living with it doesn’t make you strange or weird and it’s in fact quiet common. By making a choice to be gluten free you are GETTING FREE. Here we hope to offer simple antidotes and tips on living gluten free and finding the best information (and maybe laughs) to help you along the way.
The search for information, simplified:
Finding books about Celiac Disease, going Gluten Free, or cooking tips can be an overwhelming endeavor. And it’s often thought to be another amounting cost that comes with being on a exclusive Gluten Free diet. Cost is often the major complaint and obstacle to access proper and useful information, that can indeed help ease the concerns that are presented in the daily lives of person living with strict food restrictions and a chronic condition. It’s also a big time bummer when you purchase a cookbook then end up never using it. If you’d like to try out a few different books before making the commitment to purchase it outright, don’t forget about libraries!
A great resource to quickly find resources near you is worldcat.org where you can do quick keyword searches and find books, dvds, articles. and where you can access them. The titles within your search hit list will link you to websites to purchase, catalog listings at near by libraries, or both! Yay! Don’t forget you can often request a title from a number of libraries to be sent to your local library as well. So put down that amazon credit card, go to worldcat.org and find the book you want to read or cookbook you’d like to experiment with, for free at your local library!