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clbevilacqua

Boulder, Co

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I'm going to try this again. I think the original might have gotten bumped-someone thinking I was running a biz or something-NOT TRUE. I often, informally and for free, conduct gluten-free baking classes in my home, which has a dedicated gluten-free kitchen. I will be doing so again for the holidays. I will be demonstrating maple-pecan pumpkin pie, spicy pumpkin bread, sage stuffing and garlic croutons for Thanksgiving and date-nut bread, cheesecake and rolled sugar cookies.

If you live in the area and are interested (or if you want to fly in-I had 1 person do that once;coordinated a visit with a demonstration) let me know what dates you would be available and I will be happy to include you. Weekdays/nights are best but Saturday is ok. We always end up with new people as the number of people being diagnosed grows each day.

God's blessings to you and all those you hold dear!

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I'm going to try this again. I think the original might have gotten bumped-someone thinking I was running a biz or something-NOT TRUE. I often, informally and for free, conduct gluten-free baking classes in my home, which has a dedicated gluten-free kitchen. I will be doing so again for the holidays. I will be demonstrating maple-pecan pumpkin pie, spicy pumpkin bread, sage stuffing and garlic croutons for Thanksgiving and date-nut bread, cheesecake and rolled sugar cookies.

If you live in the area and are interested (or if you want to fly in-I had 1 person do that once;coordinated a visit with a demonstration) let me know what dates you would be available and I will be happy to include you. Weekdays/nights are best but Saturday is ok. We always end up with new people as the number of people being diagnosed grows each day.

God's blessings to you and all those you hold dear!

So you are offering a free service? You are letting folks come into your home, bake for free provide all ingredients for free? There is absolutely no catch? You don't sell anything at all?

Congrats to you if this is the case :) It sounds like a fun idea.

-Jessica :rolleyes:


Jessica

Gluten Free since 12-31-2002!!

Kansas

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So you are offering a free service? You are letting folks come into your home, bake for free provide all ingredients for free? There is absolutely no catch? You don't sell anything at all?

Congrats to you if this is the case :) It sounds like a fun idea.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

I don't think if its free or not has any bearing on this the rule states explicitly

Do not promote your own business, Web site or products.

And when I asked specifically this includes FREE, non commercial and charities as well. Apparently the important word is your.... not business ????

I guess the question is whether this is a product????


Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt. (JC, De Bello Gallico Liber III/XVIII)

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Yes, it is free and yes, I provide the ingredients unless someone wants to make their own to take home with them. And no, I do not have a business, and this is not a product as it is only information. I'm not promoting anything or selling anything at all. My extended family are extremely picky eaters and I know what it is like to try and deal with your meal being different than everyone else's and watching them get to eat all the "good stuff" (pies, rolls, cakes etc). Last Thanksgiving, my entire family was at my house for dinner and my kitchen is exclusively gluten-free-if they want to eat here, they eat my way. My mom asked me to make the dinner rolls one more time for her, (the ones that I made for the dinner) and my dad said he really liked the pies. That is all that I am trying to share-that feeling that life is once again ok. That you can eat a meal with everyone else and everyone can enjoy it. No gimmicks, no strings, no catches. I have a large kitchen and I enjoy baking (cheaper than a therapist)-that's it.

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Would you mind posting your recipe for the dinner rolls? My kids really miss the gluten rolls. They snubbed my gluten-free ones last year. I thought they were good!

Hez

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