GFAF Expo Worcester/Boston, 2017 Giveaway

A weekend away, with food you can eat, and educational seminars on all things gluten-free and allergen-friendly -- isn't that a break and more than a half? The Gluten Free Allergen Friendly Expo is back in New England, July 22-23, and I'm giving away 6 tickets!

Join me?

10:00 am – 4:00 pm on Saturday the 22nd
10:00 am – 3:00 pm on Sunday the 23rd
To purchase tickets:
Purchase here (click the link)

Either for one day or both, the conference hall is well worth a day if you have celiac, or other food restrictions.

But what I love most about these events is the human connections I make.

From vendors, to fellow celiacs, and the experientially and professionally qualified speakers (Chef Emeril came out last year!), I encounter some of the most amazing people. Those connections are priceless in the long-haul. Recovery, and joy, living with a custom-diet prescribed for life, come hugely through our relationships! and it's doubly important I, personally, have a relationship with my local community -- farms and medical professionals -- and brands. Because that connection is what guarantees the food isn't just labeled gluten-free. That connection is what guarantees the food is good, celiac safe, and nutritionally solid.

Anyhow, I'm looking forward to this year's Beantown / New England GFAF Expo on July 22-23, and hope you'll meet me there!

Lots of free foods. Lots of new friends. Free from all the gluten -- and mostly free of other nonsense stuffed into so much food these days.

Look out especially for my favorite local gluten-free mates:

Organic Living Superfoods

Bakery on Main

The Greater Knead (o for gluten-free bagels, peeps!)

[ not local, but celiac stellar]

Canyon Bakehouse

B.Free Foods (best bread and wraps, hailing from Ireland!)

Good Karma (flax seed milks!)


Ticket Giveaway!

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And if you don't win, don't miss out! You can still get 20% off through 7/21 if you use the link here:

 Buy Your GF Tickets, Peeps

Tumbling Free,



  1. I want to try Organic Superfoods! I didn't know they were from New England. The chocolate covered goji berries sound SOOOOO good.


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