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Leave your blog address, title, and a two-sentence description of your blog in the Readers Comments below.

This Gluten-Free Bloggers list was created for personal blogs, not commercial venues using a blog as a way to promote their product or service. So keep it real.

 



Karina

947 comments:

  1. Fit Bee

    http://tryn2bfit224.blogspot.com/

    I always blog gluten free! I am seeking a healthy way to be gluten free and lose weight on weight watchers!!!

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  2. Hi All,

    This is fantastic! After this past year of feeling particularly ill, taking all sorts of tests and seeing all different specialists I am ecstatic to be newly diagnosed with a wheat intolerance.

    I was beginning to feel depressed after thinking about all of my favorite things I can no longer eat. Of course I'm going to follow a wheat-free diet anyways for the sake of my health.

    I'm finding most wheat-free products are also gluten-free and I've been struggling to find great tasting products on the market since I'm not so much of a cook! I thought it would help others like me know what products out there are the best and where to find them. So I decided to write about all of my triumphs and tribulations in a blog:

    http://wheatfreeadventurer.blogspot.com/
    "Adventures & Misadventures of a Wheat-Free Diet"

    and now I'm so happy because I'm that there are so many others out there sharing the same diet goals as me- I don't feel so alone anymore!

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  3. What a great idea. I love your blog .
    I started my blog about 4 months ago. It is gluten free and( 90% casein free) vegetarian healthy recipes.

    www.glutenfreewithjudee.blogspot.com

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  4. I blog from a suburb of Vancouver Canada, all about my attempts to find decent gluten free products, restaurants, and recipes
    www.glutenfreeguineapig72.blogspot.com

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  5. I never shared my email when I took your cupcake! :)

    I blog at www.glutenfreebetsy.com

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  6. Love your blog and appreciate all the work you put into creating recipes Karina!

    My sister and I blog about gluten free living in the Vancouver Lower Mainland/Fraser Valley. We blog at www.glutenfreenotebook.com

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  7. http://www.glutenfreegigi.com/blog

    I craft original GF recipes, but also unravel and refashion "old favorites", focusing on nutritious and tasty treats that do not call for hard to find or expensive ingredients - all while keeping it simple! You will also find some recipes that are dairy-and egg-free as well.

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  8. Great Idea!

    My blog is glutenfreeserendipity@blogspot.com

    This is a brand new blog about living healthy, gluten free from a nutritionist's perspective. I take you through my struggles, new finds, and modified recipes.

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  9. my blog http:frommymotorhometoyours.blogspot.com/ was organic but in the last few month my hubby was diagnosed with celiac, also our son, hubbys gramma, sister and cousin also all have it, so now my blog has been turned into celiac cooking from scratch

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  10. What a great venue and community!
    I recently became inspired to blog about local GF restaurants and options in my city (Austin and surrounding Central Texas) and feature quick, healthy, easy meals, gf product reviews, restaurant reviews etc. I also write about alternative remedies, health philosophies, healthy living etc.
    My blog is called Vividly & Gluten-Free

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  11. Thanks for this! My blog is about newlywed life, including gluten-free baking (we even had gluten-free cupcakes at our wedding). Hope you enjoy!

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  12. Hi! we are Julia & Julieta and we just started a gluten free video blog:
    www.juliaandjulieta.com

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  13. SunnyB
    And Love it Too!
    www.andloveittoo.com

    Gluten Free Dairy Free Living. Easy recipe's to keep your life deliciously healthy!

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  14. Thank you for this. Such a wonderful way to go find information for the newly gluten-free (which I am). I decided to blog for myself to keep myself honest, make sure I do this right and as a bit of therapy when it gets tough. (Lifelong junkfood junkie...this takes some getting used to!)

    So great to find this community of people with such helpful information!

    http://mebeglutenfree.blogspot.com/

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  15. Hi Karina,
    I have a gluten-free, mostly dairy-free and vegetarian food blog. I am a chef and mother of two beautiful kids from Raglan, New Zealand. http://mydarlinglemonthyme.blogspot.com
    Arohanui xx

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  16. Hi there, good idea. Can I add mine? I blog about my life since 2008, and was diagnosed with coeliac disease not even 2 months ago, so now it's a lot about learning to live gluten free as well. My blog is at http://www.susi.nu. I can't wait to explore all your blogs!!

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  17. http://www.becky-girldomestic.blogspot.com/

    A Lifestyle blog about my challenges in become a gluten-free domestic goddess in the big city... with style. [I hope]

    This is a GREAT idea!!! I am going to check out ALL of your blogs!

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  18. Blinded By the Bite is a website/blog to discuss all things food! How to live a gluten-free/wheat free life style & eating sustainably, locally which is healthier for you & our environment.


    http://blindedbythebite.wordpress.com/

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  19. my blog is about being gluten free and vegetarian, too (with some dairy free and vegan recipes, too!)

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  20. Hi Karina,

    What a coincidence! I'm just now embarking on a new blog devoted to everything Gluten-Free (ie. recipes, latest GF medical and scientific news, celiac, candidiasis, leaky gut syndrome etc.). I will be sharing my own struggles with candidiasis and leaky gut syndrome. I only recently becoming aware I am sensitive to all Gluten. I thought I only needed to give up wheat flour and sugar to manage my yeast and gut problems, especially since I don't have celiac disease. However, after removing all other GF flours (like oats, spelt and rye), I realized how much better I felt completely gluten-free. I theorize there are hundreds of thousands (if not millions)of people who don't know they are sensitive to gluten. And many who don't even know they have celiac disease. So stop on by my blog at www.ohmycandida.com! And I'll be sure to stop back here at glutenfreegoddess.com as well! Thanks, Kim Bowling

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  21. http://whatsinthecrocktonight.blogspot.com/ is my new blog please come follow my journey in using my crock pot and making GF meals for my family.

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  22. This is a wonderful site with so much info! I'd love it if you added my blog -- The Traveling Celiac. My mother and I travel frequently, and we blog where we ate as we go.

    www.travelingceliac.com

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  23. New to the blogging world...

    www.foreverglutenfree.wordpress.com

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  24. My blog shares my adventures in eating gluten free in the Twin Cities and beyond – one photo and one restaurant at a time.

    http://gfinpictures.wordpress.com/

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  25. My blog recently became gluten-free after my celiac diagnosis. It's at :
    www.thelittleredkitchen.blogspot.com

    Thanks for this Karina!

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  26. I am a 20something living in Auckland, New Zealand with Celiacs. I blog about Fitness, Yoga, Gluten free cooking, Veganism, Vegetarianism, and my crazy life living on a rock in the middle of the ocean. I would love to add this to my blog. Here is my blog address I would love for you to check it out (its new, but blooming fast)

    http://www.myndandbody.blogspot.com/

    Jacqueline x

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  27. We would love to share our blog with others and are happy to have found this great resources for so many other gluten free blogs and websites.

    www.HappyGlutenFree.com

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  29. http://flourarranging.blogspot.com - about UK gluten-free living on the cheap

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  30. such a pretty little button

    i'm over at The Gluten-Free Bohemian blogging away :P

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  32. Hi Karina,

    Thanks again. My blog is called No Grain, No Pain (www.no-grain-no-pain.com) and is aimed at the 18-30 age range of Celiac sufferers and gluten intolerant people. It'll feature product news, health news, interviews, and anecdotes.

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  33. Hi Karina,

    my blog is: http://gfreemom.com

    I share stories of life, love and laughter as a g-free mom. I share the gluten free recipes that I create or try along the way and have a page that focuses on easy gluten free kids lunchboxes.

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  34. I just started my gluten-free lifestyle about 2 months ago. I've been a "healthy food/lifestyle" blogger for about 1.5 years...now I'm going all gluten free! http://runjenhrun.blogspot.com/

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  35. I've had your blog in my favorites for ages and finally decided to start my own. It's still a baby blog, but here it is: http://celiacshiksa.blogspot.com

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  36. Hi Karina,

    I LOVE your blog!! It inspired me to start my own at: http://rosebudskitchen.blogspot.com/

    It is gluten-free, but not vegan/vegetarian.
    Thanks,

    Sarah

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  37. Thanks for this great resource!

    www.kamiskitchen.com
    Kami's Kitchen

    My blog includes gluten-free and allergen free recipes, tips for living allergen free and all sorts of fun!

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  38. Gluten free since 10-8-10. Blogging my experience from day to now. I'm a writer, mother and survivor. Sharing all the best sites I have found along the way.

    http://leahbanicki.blogspot.com/

    Leah Banicki

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  39. I've added your button to my blog: Friendship without Bread http://glutenfreefriends.wordpress.com/
    I blog about the social, emotional, and practical aspects of Gluten Free living. It will also contain product and resturauant reviews.

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  40. I blog gluten free. I am a college student that is always on the run and I have made it work for me. Check it out!

    gfdonesimple.blogspot.com

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  41. Hi!

    I have a hungarian blog, but I post my entires posts and recipes in English too in pdf in the begging of the post.
    I blog gluten-free, lactose-free and sugar-free (most of the times lectin-free too), because I'm on paleo diet. You are all welcome!

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  42. Gluten, wheat, soy, corn, diary, cane sugar, potato, tomato, orange, grapefruit, shellfish & peanut FREE recipes!

    My recipes & journey living with auto-immune psoriatic arthritis
    http://maidinak.blogspot.com/

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  43. dishingitglutenfree.blogspot.com

    My blog features everyday recipes for a busy family!

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  44. I am a 15 year old who is bloggin about my love for good tastin gluten free foods!

    Callie

    http://herglutenfreeadventures.blogspot.com/

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  45. I am a 15 year old gluten free girl. My blog is about my adventures in the Gluten Free world.

    http://herglutenfreeadventures.blogspot.com/

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  46. My blog is about my life, which include gluten-free, dairy-free living. Love the new button and getting to know other gluten-free bloggers!

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  47. Realized I forgot to list my blog address:

    http://throughayellowdoor.blogspot.com

    My life and gluten-free living in the Seattle area...

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  48. Hi! I'm joining the fun! Thank you!!!

    www.glutenfreeveganmunchies.com

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  49. Thanks for this great idea! My name is Jennica and I recently started blogging about various recipes and tips including: gluten free, vegan, sugar free, food for athletes, optimal digestion and more!
    Please visit me here:
    Eat Chifully

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  50. Karina,
    I am new to the blog-ing world however I have been gluten free for over 10 years now and have a wealth of knowledge that I need to share. Both my sons ages 2 and 3 eat gluten free and my husband who has no problems with gluten enjoys my cooking. With so many products on the market these days my blog provides a guide to the best of the best for a healthy and fit life! Where did you live in NM? I lived there for 8 years.
    http://gfconnoisseur.blogspot.com/

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  51. Hi there! I've just started blogging and I'm Gluten, Dairy, Sugar And processed food free.
    I'm writing my journey as I change my life and my kitchen habits.

    I'm learning to make everything i can from scratch... cooking is love!

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  52. whoops almost forgot!

    http://unprocessedlife.blogspot.com/

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  53. Adding this to my blog. My blog started out as a blog documenting my health issues and my eating on a raw diet. I still eat raw foods but also include vegan and gluten-free foods as well.

    bittofraw.com

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  54. My blog is about how I'm adapting to a gluten free life style and sharing my findings with other newbies.

    www.diariesofmegf.blogspot.com

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  55. http://redtablekitchen.blogspot.com/

    Gluten-Free since July but a food blogger for almost 3 years! Still learning how to cook for myself :)

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  56. Hi Karina,
    I've been reading your blog for a while now-Love it! I blog about natural health methods, but a big part of it is gluten-free (was diagnosed with gluten-intolerance a year ago). The Siren's Cove - http://sirenscove.blogspot.com Thanks!

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  58. I would love to add my blog to your site. I have been following your blog for a while now. Thanks for all the great info!
    Jenny

    www.glutenfreebirmingham.com
    @glutenfreebham

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  59. Gluten Free: Good or Bad?
    http://glutenfreegoodorbad.blogspot.com/

    I am a 22 year young college kid living on a budget in a tiny town with no health food stores. I have to get creative sometimes.

    My blog is just getting up and running, but I intend for it to be mostly a revue blog, with some of my mom's recipes sprinkled here and there.

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  60. Hi! What a great service! I'm just setting up my blog, Gluten-Free Buenos Aires, in Spanish and in English for locals here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Your icon is so cute. Thanks so much!

    www.glutenfreebuenosaires.blogspot.com

    A resource for celiacs and people with gluten and wheat sensitivities in Buenos Aires

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  61. I would like to post my blog. My blog has recently moved so I'm just posting my new blog address. Please check out my blog: http://thegfdigest.wordpress.com/

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  62. I would like to post my new blog address. This isn't a new blog but I have recently moved my blog. My new blog address is: http://thegfdigest.wordpress.com/

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  63. This is an awesome idea! I blog gluten-free, largely plant-based recipes while also discussing health and fitness. I'm an avowed carnivore, but my objective/goal is to cut back on my consumption of animal products while eating a lot more fruits and veggies.

    http://carnivorous-cruciferous.blogspot.com/

    Thanks!

    Lillian

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  64. I've been reading your blog forever, Karina, and I would be proud to wear the "I blog Gluten Free" Cupcake crest! :)

    My blog is The Palate Peacemaker at http://thepalatepeacemaker.com

    A blog that is a collection of my recipes - all free of gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, and cane sugar. :)

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  65. The name of my blog is "Coeliac diagnosis – Gluten Free OMG!" "Learning to love gluten free."
    I was diagnosed recently with Coeliac disease and I am struggling so much with the taste of gluten free food that I decided to write a blog about my first 365 days learning to be gluten free. Hopefully by then, I will have learnt to love it. I live in New Zealand.

    http://sleepinghorse.wordpress.com/

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  66. Hi, Nice idea this Blog. We are Gluten-Free for 3 weeks now and I just started a Blog about it. It's in Dutch because I'm from Holland and just looking for other nice Gluten-Free Blogs.
    My Blog: http://levenzondergluten.blogspot.com/

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  67. Hi Karina,

    My blog is http://madamegluten-freevegetarian.blogspot.com

    This blog is my journey through the gluten-free vegetarian adventure with as much grace and humor as I can muster.

    Thanks! Tina.

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  68. I would like to add my blog. My blog is: http://newmanimproved.blogspot.com/ The title of my blog is Newman Improved. I am a vegan and recently learned that I have Celiacs. My blog is a a journey of a gluten free vegan.

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  69. Hi

    I just started a blog about being a Gluten Free Jersey Girl. It's my review of local resources for gluten free restaurants, product reviews and m

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  70. Great resource, Karina! Thank you for letting us be a part of it.

    I blog about GF/DF food - cooking, eating, experimenting - and living actively and adventurously.

    http://www.maoomba.com

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  71. thanks for the button, i'll add to my blog right away. i'm just starting to do some gluten free reviews....

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  72. I blog gluten free, and am mostly (99%) GF. Getting better all the time... all the blogs with recipes help. But I just have a slight intolerance. I have some GI issues when I work out so I try to stay away from gluten. But being GF has helped me reach my goals in triathlon so I'm all for it!

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  73. I've been cooking for over 40 years now. I'm self trained and gone through various phases such as vegetarian and gourmet. Then this spring I became chronically ill and had to drastically change the way I cook. I discovered that other chronic chicks in the blogsphere also ate GF and also needed food that was very fast and very easy to prepare so I put together a new blog, Fast Foodie. While it isn't fancy (I don't have the energy), it does contain tips, tricks and recipes to make cooking fast, healthy, GF, good tasting food.

    Cheers!
    Baffled
    "I might be sick but my tastebuds still work!"
    http://baffled-fastfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  74. Great idea!

    I've been blogging gluten free for only 3 months, but I have a great selection of recipes focused on Southwestern cooking and using a great flour blend from "the Gluten Free Bistro". Check out my blog here

    http://delectablyglutenfree.blogspot.com/

    -Lisa

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  75. http://uhhuhyeahwrite.wordpress.com/
    Uh-huh, yeah, write is my personal blog for those wanting to follow my adventures. But, because I have a gluten-intolerance many of my posts are about my struggles and triumphs as a non-gluten eater, cook, and baker!

    This is a marvelously helpful idea!

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  76. My blog is Cant do Candida. I have candida related complex and I cant have any dairy, wheat, yeast, corn, sugar, gluten or fruit so my recipes are all free of these items. http://cantdocandida.blogspot.com/
    Shiny
    xxx

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  77. In Flora's Kitchen

    A serious home cook, living in the Pacific Northwest, on a mission to create delicious, gluten-free meals for my family.

    http://www.floradawn.com

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  78. I love your blog, and would like to add mine as well.

    http://tcrumbley.blogspot.com/

    No One Likes Crumbley Cookies

    A Gluten-Free blog containing delicious recipes that anyone can make...even a complete computer nerd...

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  79. I'm excited to finally be a contributor to this GF online community after being a long-time reader. My new blog, http://vkusniya.blogspot.com/, will feature GF and Vegan recipes loosely inspired by traditional eastern European cuisine, as well as some of my own inventions and time&money-saving tips to stay headache free in the kitchen. Thanks!

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  80. I blog about life as a mum. I am also a Coeliac and have a few recipes on my blog which I regularly update www.tarynrucci.blogspot.com

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  81. Any gluten-free knitters here . . . or anyone who wants to learn to knit? I have a blog that's all about how knitting can help people deal with food issues.

    http://www.knittingisglutenfree.com

    Knit one, purl two . . . chew

    Happy New Year,
    Lee

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  82. I've just added your button to my food blog site! I blog anti-candida & gluten free, & have only recently started doing this, so it's quite young. My blog is called ' Crazy, Coco & Nuts' (inspired by my love of coconut, & my boyfriend calling my kitchen adventures both 'crazy & inspirational'!)

    http://crazykokos.blogspot.com

    I have plans to study both nutrition & naturopathy in the future, to further develop my understanding of food intolerances & to help others like myself overcome & explore with food.

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  83. http://gluten-freenewlyweds.blogspot.com/

    Gluten-free newlyweds...just recently married and have adopted the gluten-free lifestyle in the capital city of Springfield, IL. Adapting to the lifestyle, searching for options, and telling the world about our experience!
    xoxo,
    Emily

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  84. Thanks for the button!

    Just started a new blog for the new year. It's a combo blog (not just food stuff) but any food stuff will be clean, real and GF!

    http://fastfoodfocus.wordpress.com

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  85. My blog is http://kymomcookingallergyfree.blogspot.com

    I blog gluten free as well as soy, peanut and tree nut free.

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  86. Z's Cup of Tea

    http://zscupoftea.com/

    Gluten-free recipes with a focus on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.

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  88. Hi Karina,
    Your blog is great! I just started blogging gluten-free! Here is my blog:
    http://foodofsustenance.blogspot.com/

    Have a great day!
    Crystal

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  89. I was recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease. I started a blog to help me stay accountable to a Gluten Free diet and to help others with Celiac Disease.

    www.imaceliac.blogspot.com

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  90. Ciao!!! Anche io ho un blog gluten free :) http://blog.francescalorenzoni.com/

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  91. www.giftofglutenfree.wordpress.com

    Focuses on having a child with celiac. Useful information, helpful tips and of course recipes. I prefer recipes that are family friendly and that kids love! Some are good and healthy and some are just plain good and deserve moderation.

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  92. I blog gluten-free (and many other allergens-free) at fiveapplesaday.blogspot.com. We also touch on other family & health issues like eczema, gas, money-saving tips and homemade stuff. It's new and still in the works! Hope you peek in. :)
    ~ Katrina

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  93. Oooo add me too please! I'm a college student who's fairly gluten-intolerant...so the vast majority of my recipes are gluten free.

    andcinnamon.blotspot.com

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  94. Karina, Thanks for sharing! Your blog has helped me through and has been one of my inspirations. i have just gotten started last night and I am so glad to keep the information rolling along. It is very needed!
    Angie

    www.glutenfreecheaply.blogspot.com

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  95. It's great to have all of these links as a resource!

    http://harmonyanddinner.blogspot.com/

    Blogging gluten free about getting healthy through food and harmony.

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  96. I love your blog and would love to have mine added to your list.

    www.cookingglutenfree.blogspot.com

    Cooking Gluten Free

    Simple gluten free casein free recipes, along with some sugar free, vegan, and soon to be corn free recipes.

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  97. I’m going gluten free for two month now and I starded at the same time talking about on my blog. On it you can find my story, some help with differents diseases I have (celiac, Cushing Syndroma, Carney complexe, Addison disease since I’m cured of Cushing syndroma), recipes gluten free and caseine free, gluten free tipes (the few I now for the moment), reviews on some gluten free product I tested, arcticles about natur and environment...
    And other staff I like !
    This blog is in french but I love English and I read a lot of English blog (so your’s). In France, celiac disease isn’t really well known... So I figure out I can talk with people of other country.

    Here's my little blog http://toutitelulu-le-blog.over-blog.com/
    I hope my blog will help some people to live a better life !
    xoxo
    Lulu

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  98. Hi Karina!

    I love your site! I just saw the link to "I blog GF" through Celiac Teen and am excited about it! I just started a blog in the last few months called (Mainly) Gluten Free in NYC (http://mainlyglutenfree.blogspot.com) about GF cooking and trying to maintain it in NYC, despite a deep love for baking and cake decorating. I have recipes, restaurant reviews and more. Hope you like it!

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  99. Hi Karina,

    Thank you for creating this list!

    Blog URL: http://glutenfreeasianfood.blogspot.com/
    Blog Title: Gluten Free Asian Food
    Description: I am an Asian American and ever since my husband's Celiac Disease diagnosis, I've been cooking gluten free Asian food that we can both enjoy. My blog is a way to record and share my experience in adapting to a gluten free diet.

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  100. Hi!

    Thanks for creating this list. I've been gluten-free about a year. I help others go gluten-free and also provide nutritional therapy support.

    I blog at Real Food Whole Health (http://www.realfoodwholehealth.com) and post tons of gluten-free recipes. Some can be made dairy, egg or nut free as well and many are low-carb. ALL are REAL FOOD!!! No fake stuff here :)

    Easy, fresh, local, organic, seasonal, and fantastic!

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  101. New blog I just started on gluten-free baking and cooking! Also, g-free baking and cooking without gums and using the best natural ingredients!

    http://www.gabbysglutenfree.blogspot.com

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  102. The Gluten Free Beat is dedicated to people with Celiac Disease/living a GF life - and showcases restaurants and products that are accommodating to a GF lifestyle. www.glutenfreebeat.blogspot.com, glutenfreebeat on twitter, and glutenfree on facebook.

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  103. I'd love to add my blog. Thank you.

    http://glutenfreetable.wordpress.com

    Recipes, new products and restaurants around Boston. Living gluten free doesn't have to keep you from having fun!

    I added your blog to my blog role as well!

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  104. Dearest Karina,
    I am amazed at the number of gluten-free bloggers spreading their good news! I started a blog at: http://glutensolution.blogspot.com.

    My perfect 5-year-old niece began having epileptic seizures 5 months ago, and her bloodwork just tested positive for celiac disease. We'll know after her endoscopy next week whether a "simple fix" of a gluten free diet will cure her seizures. Exciting! I created my blog to help my sister with specific gluten free meal plans and products.

    May I please provide a link to your "How to go Gluten Free" page on my page with the same name? http://glutensolution.blogspot.com/p/how-to-go-gluten-free.html

    Thank you for your wisdom, optimism, and for your inspiring blog.

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  105. My blog is:
    www.icanhavethat.wordpress.com and its focus is on the positives of the gluten-free lifestyle.

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  106. What a BEAUTIFUL resource!
    I've been gluten free for 2 years now and started an info blog for all my friends who say "hey...how do you do this gluten free...or what about that" It's also a way for me to keep everything in one place!
    Product Reviews, Recipes, Restaurants and Rants
    http://babsglutenfreeinfo.blogspot.com/

    Babetta

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  107. This is such a wonderful resource, thank you! I went gluten- and sugar-free to fight Candida and get healthier. It's a lot about me learning as I go, including some thoughts but mostly recipes at this point.

    Dough or Donut, There is No Pie

    http://thereisnopie.blogspot.com/

    Thanks again!
    Brandi

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  108. BLOG ABOUT MY LIFE AND ALSO REVIEWS ABOUT PRODUCTS AND PLACES THAT ARE GLUTEN FREE, CASEIN FREE AND MOSTLY SOY FREE TOO!
    http://unlimitedthinking.blogspot.com/

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  109. http://sugarface-bakes.blogspot.com

    It's a blog I started devoted to baking (desserts mainly) gluten/dairy/soy/refined-sugar free.

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  110. Hi Karina!
    Bounty from our family table (bountyfromourfamilytable.blogspot.com)is my gluten free, casein free blog. In addition to having 3 GFCF (celiac), my family is made up of 2 diabetics, 2 vegetarians, and 3 carnivores. I try to appease the masses at our house~ :0)
    Thanks for a great site that I refer to on a daily basis.

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  111. Gracefully Gluten(less)

    www.gracefullyglutenless.blogspot.com

    I'm a fifteen year old girl who loves food, cooking, dancing, and living happily! My blog is all about my journey throughout those without gluten:)

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  112. I decided to go gluten free because my hubby and family has celiac..its been a challenge..but they more I learn the better the food tastes!!!
    http://glutenfreepammy.blogspot.com/

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  113. Hi.

    I would like to add my blog to your blogroll.

    I am at wholenewmom.com

    Making Health Simple and Affordable for You.
    I am aiming to cut through all of the info out there to make healthy decisions and a healthy lifestyle easy and affordable for busy people like us?

    Thanks, Karina!

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  114. http://drclaudiapillow.wordpress.com/

    A blog devoted to uncovering the “healthy” truth about food, nutrition, and medical research.

    I have been an advocate for the gluten-free lifestyle for many years now: through my work as an author, lecturer, culinary instructor, on the board of the Gluten Intolerance Group, and fund-raising.

    Thanks Claudia Pillow, PhD

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  115. My blog is 100% gluten free and follows my 30-something, celiac-disease-having, am-i-nuts-thinking, trail-running self as I leap into culinary school and make all my dreams come true!

    Thank you for all of your inspiration and love, Karina!

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  116. I am new to gluten-free, sugar free life. My blog is about what recipes I have found, or made that helped me enjoy this new journey. My goal is for it to be a resource that leads people to helpful sites and recipes that will help them with their food issues or desire to find healthy recipes.

    Thanks for the help!

    www.losethegluten.blogspot.com

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  117. Hello! My best friend and I have started a Gluten-Free blog and we thought we'd let all of you know about it. We post recipes that are Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, or Natural Sugar Only...and sometimes recipes that are all of the above! We strive to make food both tasty and "safe" (because who wants to be laid up sick when there are so many wonderful things to do in the world?). Please drop by and comment!

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  118. Love this! I am newly gluten and allergen free and have started blogging my culinary adventures at:
    www.dharmacakes.blogspot.com

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  119. This is a great idea Karina - thank you. My blog is http://ninehundredandseventytwelverecipes.blogspot.com I decided not to try to convert my old favorite recipes to be gluten-free. Instead I am looking at my recipe collection with new eyes - finding new favorites.

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  120. Karina, I have added your badge with link to my blog. What a wonderful idea!
    My daughter was diagnosed with food allergies and Celiac in Nov 2009 and is my inspiration for my blog. I discuss anything and everything that is related to these health issues, have a recipe page, our Logo store, and much more under tabs.
    Please feel free to visit anytime at:
    http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/

    Thanks,
    Mary

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  121. wonderful! will add it to my blog! I'm in
    www.cottercrunch.com
    Lindsay

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  122. After being diagnosed with gastroparesis and going gluten free I thought my food options had all but disappeared. Not so! My website http://whatcanyoueatblog.blogspot.com/ is my journey through tasty gluten free, and mostly vegetarian, recipes! I would love to be added. Thanks!

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  123. Please add me! :)

    http://www.glutenfreeconfessions.com

    Confessions of a Gluten Free Mom!!

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  124. www.glutenfreeinthe713.blogspot.com

    'Gluten Free in the 713'

    My blog is dedicated to living gluten free in Houston, Texas. I review restaurants and products, and share new recipes.

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  125. Wonderful idea Karina. Is this valid also for italian gluten free blogs?
    Mine is the following
    http://senzaglutinepertuttiigusti.blogspot.com
    I will be happy to link your blog as soon as you let me know whether is fine for you. By the way... where is the list of the gluten free blogs?? Maybe I didn't get the point? :-X

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  126. Hi Karina!

    I would like to add my blog too. rockinglutenfree.com My tagline is "Making Gluten Free Fun". I keep things upbeat and positive. This is a lifestyle I will have for the rest of my life so why not make it fun?

    Thanks so much for doing this!

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  127. Anonymous13:42

    Hi I'm Jaye. I love your site, it is such an inspiration!

    My site is called A Gluten and Dairy Free J.T.

    www.aglutenanddairyfreejt.weebly.com

    I am a culinary student, living in Louisiana dealing with Celiac's disease and a dairy allergy.

    Thanks for all that you do!

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  128. I just launched Special Diet Creations (www.specialdietcreations.com), a blog devoted to gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free recipes, product reviews and news.

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  129. http://thegluten-freeitalian.blogspot.com/

    My blog is about "Life having a spouse with Celiac disease & how life changed in & out of the kitchen"

    Ciao,
    Maryanne

    The Gluten-Free Italian

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  130. http://thegluten-freeitalian.blogspot.com/

    My blog is about life with a spouse with Celiac & how life has changed in & out of the kitchen - particularly being Italian and passionate about food.

    Thank you for creating this resource.
    Ciao,
    Maryanne

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  131. My gluten free blog is called "The Book of Yum" and features 100% gluten free recipes, often with an international and/or vegetarian flavor.

    Read more: http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2007/02/gluten-free-bloggers.html#ixzz1Em2KS1Qc

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  132. This is such a great idea! I just started a blog but will be adding more quickly! I'm trying to put together recipes that are quick and easy to do and post about products I've tried. http://glutenfreestar.blogspot.com/

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  133. A Gluten Free Me
    http://aglutenfreeme.blogspot.com

    I just got started, but in this blog I will share all the things I have learned about being gluten-free that make my life easier, which will hopefully help others as well!

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  134. Hi Karina,

    Great blog and also a wonderful idea to unite gluten-free bloggers!

    I just started a blog called "... and the dish ran away with the spoon" with recipes that are gluten, rice and soy-free as well as dairy and egg-free to support people like me with multiple food sensitivities that rule out many of the gluten-free products and recipes available.

    http://trilbymcgaw.blogspot.com/

    Trilby : )

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  135. Our blog is 100% gluten-free, as well as dairy-free, sugar-free, and mostly grain-free.

    Junior Gluten-Free Chefs
    http://juniorglutenfreechefs.blogspot.com/

    "We are three kids that love to help our mom cook! We all have allergies. :-( But we like to show that we can still eat awesome meals! We want other kids to know cooking with limitations can still be fun!"

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  136. "It's A Posh POSH Gluten Free Life For Me!" is inspired by the elderly gent in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang who get's kidnapped in his outhouse and hoisted over seas by an evil king--essentially, he kept a positive attitude and viewed it as a chance to live the "posh posh traveling life". Being gluten sensitive is no reason to be bummed. View it as a chance to explore new things and new ways!

    http://poshglutenfreelife.blogspot.com/

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  137. Cara @ Practically Gluten Free
    practicallyglutenfree.blogspot.com

    Follow my gluten free cooking progress on a small budget, in a smaller kitchen!

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  138. I blog on gluten free products and local restaurant reviews near Milwaukee. I was diagnosed with celiac 4 years ago, and love sharing information.

    http://glutenfreewithdee.blogspot.com/

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  139. Fantastic Idea!
    www.utdoghiker.blogspot.com

    My recipes are gluten free as well as random ramblings about my life.

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  140. http://ginaglutenfree.blogspot.com/

    In the beginning had a really hard time finding recipes that tasted like "normal food" that were gluten free. I want to share what I have learned and by doing so, hopefully will help a few people along the way!

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  141. We blog gluten free, with an emphasis on local, seasonal food. (And we adore you and all you have done for the GF community!)

    http://devouringtheseasons.blogspot.com/

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  142. http://ginaglutenfree.blogspot.com/

    In the beginning had a really hard time finding recipes that tasted like "normal food" that were gluten free. With a lot of trial and error and a lot of help from friends and family I started to figure out how to eat what I wanted gluten free. I want to share what I have learned and by doing so, hopefully will help a few people along the way!

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  143. Lisa's Gluten-Free Advice and Healthy Living
    Eating healthy and gluten-free.
    Tips, recipes and resources.
    Reviews and giveaways.

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  144. http://glutenfreeimp.blogspot.com/

    I'm fairly new to food blogging, but I've been a Celiac for about 6 years, so I've started a rather snarky little blog called 'gluten can SUCK IT'. It largely focuses on my love of meat and boozy baking, but it also has some bits from my past experimentation with gluten-free veganism and the Paleo diet, as well as lots of possible substitutions. Come give it a look-see :)

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  145. I blog gluten-free at http://dwceliacblog.blogspot.com/. I love this forum and am so happy to have found other gluten-free bloggers!

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  146. Hi all,

    Just created a GF blog today!

    http://moderncookbook.blogspot.com/

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  147. My blog is Christ and the Celiac. I offer mostly recipes with spiritual up lifting insights on how to deal with Celiac. I have 25 food allergies, including dairy, yeast, and nuts, just to name a few.

    http://christandtheceliac.blogspot.com/

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  148. Karina,

    I have a gluten free blog at www.glutenfreeitsalifestyle.blogspot.com
    I focus on Japanese home cooking (always gluten free), gluten free/vegan baking, and I occasionally post about my journey as a runner, mother and just life in general.

    I love your recipes too so I think it is great that you have this blogger listing.

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  149. www.glutenfreeandyou.blogspot.com
    Gluten Free and You
    My goal is to maintain my blog with gluten free recipes that have worked for my family as well as current headlines regarding celiac disease and living gluten free. I really enjoy taking recipes that I find and tweaking them to be gluten free.
    Thank you Karina for considering adding my blog to the growing list of wonderful gluten free blogs!

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  150. Greetings Karina,
    I blog gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and corn-free at
    www.freeeats.wordpress.com

    I am a professionally trained pastry chef who had to learn to "eat free" when I was diagnosed with celiac disease and dairy/soy allergy 3 years ago. I also happen to cook for my 4 year old son who has multiple food allergies which include, wheat, corn, soy, tomato, strawberry, citrus, peanut and walnut.

    My blog will focus on breads and desserts with some savory recipes. My favorite challenge is developing gluten-free recipes that closely resemble or improve on the gluten equivalent!

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  151. Laura Griffin09:23

    Thanks for the badge!

    After 14 yrs of living gluten free, I started a blog about it. My site is called 'Can We Eat That?' and is for kids, adults and families living with gluten intolerance and celiac disease. It's a comprehensive guide to a happy and healthy GF life.

    http://www.CanWeEatThat.typepad.com/blog

    Please take a look!

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  152. You have such a great site, Karina. I have a passion for fresh local, organic food & supporting the people who produce it. I love studying & eating food that our ancestors ate, long before western, industrial food businesses existed.
    http://www.glutenfreesavvy.com

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  153. Hi Karina,
    I love your site!

    I have been wheat intolerant for the past few years, I have a degree in nutritional science and decided to start blogging gluten-free too!

    I hope you will add my blog- http://wheat-freedom.blogspot.com/

    Jamie

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  154. Hi, my blog is in dutch, so for all you dutchies out there: come and have a look. My blog is not specifically about gluten, or lack of it I suppose, but as I eat glutenfree my recipes are too!

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  155. Karina, my site is at
    http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/

    I try to cover everything and anything gluten and allergy free :)
    Thanks for this post Karina! This is a wonderful source of gluten/allergy free blogs for everyone to see!
    Also having a great child's Celiac book give-away until April 8th. Please take the time to stop by and participate. Even if you don't have a young child with Celiac in your life, it would be a great item to donate to your local school, library, or Church. After all, isn't our total success based on educating the non-Celiac public?

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  156. My blog is a little of my own research on gluten free articles and lots of GF foods.

    http://kneadnogluten.blogspot.com/

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  157. The Dusty Baker, www.thedustybaker.com

    I focus on gluten-free, dairy-and-sugar alternative, vegan-optional baked goods that anyone with a bit of devil-may-care attitude can play with, provided they don't mind their kitchen getting a bit dusty.

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  158. Hi Karina!

    I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 21 years ago. Your blog inspired me to create my own blog a few months ago and am LOVING the experience.

    My blog "A Gluten-Less Foodie" is thrify, home cooked GF meals. Enjoy!
    http://www.glutenlessfoodie.com/

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  159. Formerly Brendygirl at celiac.com,
    my new blog is:
    http://www.glutenfreebreeze.blogspot.com
    Bloggin about the trials, tribulations, and revelations about living gluten free, mixed in with living Marine Corps style (on the move), topped with fitness, freedom, fulfillment, family, friends, and fun!

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  160. Hi Karina,

    Thank you for providing this link. I am blogging gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free and some vegan recipes that families can enjoy together. I love your blog. It has been a real inspiration.
    www.allergysensitivekitchen.com

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  161. I'm newly GF but I've already been blogging it! Cooking 601

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  162. I'm Beth. My blog is Stormy Weather, at: http://bethydoll83.blogspot.com/
    I am not just a recipe blogger, but celiac disease and food, and enjoyment of food, are large parts of my life. The most basic description I can give is: Stormy Weather
    Reflecting, fiction, "Real Talk!" life as I know it, recipes, and more

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  163. A blog devoted to gluten-, grain- and soy-free recipes, with a smattering of product reviews, event coverage and other gluten-free news thrown in for good measure.

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  164. Way late to the party :)

    Maura - www.celiackitchenwitch.com. I've been diagnosed as celiac for just over a year and want to focus especially on tips and tricks I've learned.

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  165. www.theMixingBowlDiary.com
    http://www.facebook.com/TheMixingBowlDiary

    I am a mom of 2 who bakes Gluten Free and Dairy Free!

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  166. Blog de Recetas
    http://blogderecetas.wordpress.com/

    a gluten-free and refined-sugar-free food blog with healthy recipes in English and Spanish

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  167. Hi there, I just added the badge to my blog!

    http://mamameglutenfree.com

    Mama Me Gluten Free

    I'm a journalist, wife and mother to two spirited daughters, and love to cook & bake. All four of us are gluten-free.

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  168. I'm Stephanie over at Lunges and Lunch! I'm in the process of doing an elimination diet with a nautropath in order to figure out some food allergies, but gluten is a definite culprit.

    So I'm playing around in the kitchen with gluten-free vegan recipes that don't use any sugar. Whew... it ain't easy!

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  169. I have a gluten, dairy, corn, and mostly soy free blog, along w/ organizing and domestic tips!

    www.tessadomesticdiva.blogspot.com

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  170. www.adventuresofaglutenfreegirl.blogspot.com

    My blog lists restaurants that are gluten aware in the cities I travel to. I also post original recipes and other related issues. My hope is that this blog helps those traveling on a gluten-free diet!

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  171. www.sarahinthekitchen.com...Sarah in the Kitchen...a gluten free cook, writer, photographer and illustrator exploring the world one recipe at a time!

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  172. http://www.gflivingla.com
    formerly www.glutenfreelivingla.com

    Gluten Free Living L.A.

    Started blogging in January about my journey going GF. My blog is a place to share information and learn how to "Eat and Live Well".

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  173. Hi Karina-

    Your blog has been a fantastic resource for me and inspired me to create my own vegan gluten free blog. My message is: "It's not agbout the ingredients missing but those you've especially invited to stay for dinner."

    http://naturallyglutenfree.blogspot.com

    Thank you!!!

    Ann

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  174. http://www.gfedge.com
    The Gluten Free Edge

    Gretchen (Mom) and Rita (Daughter) blog about gluten-free recipes, resources, research and related health issues. Gretchen volunteers at a local food pantry and Rita is a health coach studying acupuncture.

    We've been blogging for 2 1/2 years but just now have our own domain. I have always loved your site and have it linked on our blogroll and now we have the icon.

    Gretchen (Mom)

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  175. Evening Karina,

    I'm a gluten free blogger in Boston! I'm living the gluten free dream ;)

    Meg

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  176. Hi there, I linked up here before but have a new url. I blog about life in general including how to cope with coeliac disease. My blog is at http://www.susisinead.com.

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  177. My gluten free blog, The Sated Coeliac is at http://www.satedcoeliac.co.uk and features news, reviews and recipes for good, gluten free, family food.

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  178. Thank you! It is so nice to be able to share recipes and learn from each other. Our son is autistic and gluten intolerant. My husband has elevated liver enzymes and eating GF helps his lab results. http://espressome-april.blogspot.com

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  179. Thank you for this - great idea!

    http://alittledittyabouthappy-ness.blogspot.com/
    Denver, great food, fashion and feeling good.

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  180. Thanks for all you do!

    Allergy Eat'n blog
    For the multiple food allergy afflicted.

    recipes,gluten free, food finds, product reviews

    www.allergyeatn.blogspot.com

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  181. Hi...Love your blog and would like to add mine. Picked up a cupcake to add yours to mine.

    www.gluten-freecooking.com

    A gluten free food blog and site featuring GF recipes, stories, lifestyle and more as it evolves. We're 3 generations of celiacs.

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  182. Your blog has been a great help with my gluten free diet. Thanks!

    www.glutenfreedairyfreeme.blogspot.com

    Gluten Free Dairy Free in Canada.

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  183. My daughter (7) was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease. She has type 1 Diabetes too. We're trying to figure out this celiac lifestyle and using the blog as a form of therapy and learning. Hopefully others will find useful information on the site if they're starting out too. http://erinsglutenjourney.blogspot.com/

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  184. My blog has gluten free recipes and reviews, preparedness from a gluten free & REAL food perspective, homeschooling and life in general.

    http://honeyfromflintyrocks.wordpress.com/

    Blessings,
    ~Mrs. R

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  185. http://glutenfreewpb.wordpress.com/

    Gluten Free West Palm Beach

    A newbie journey of going gluten free and to provide resources for the Palm Beach area

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  186. I love this !!
    www.elephanthour.blogspot.com
    One crazy celiac girls adventure in everything!Let craft , connect and of course eat gf!

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  187. Just found this button, having seen it on loads of blogs - I've added the link!

    I'm GF because of coeliac disese and blog from England.

    http://eatinglikeahorse.wordpress.com/

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  188. I blog gluten free! My husband and I are about to embark on the incredibly journey of living in a 20-ft. Winnebago and traveling the US in it... and enjoying delicious new GF treats along the way!
    http://travelingphoblogwripher.blogspot.com

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  189. Love your blog! I post (healthy) recipes: gluten-free and vegan....though it's good to indulge once in a while - I try to keep my posts strictly diet-firendly - still tasty of course.

    antioxidantbuzz.wordpress.com

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  190. I just started a gluten free blog. I hope to provide information, recipes, and product sources to people on this journey.
    http://glutenfreeproject365.blogspot.com/

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  191. My blog is based on my 25 years as a gluten free child, adult and now a mother of four year old gluten free twin girls. Lots of recipes, tips, gardening stories, product review and more.

    I love your website and I will send a link back for sure.

    http://glutenfreetwinmom.blogspot.com

    Enjoy!

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  192. HI Karina,
    I am happy to take your cupcake! My blog is Art of Gluten-Free Sourdough Baking, http://glutenfreesourdough.blogspot.com
    I blog gluten-free but also free of dairy, eggs, soy, yeast, sugar, gums and baking powder/soda. I had to develop these recipes for my own multiple food sensitivities. Long story short, I was very sick for a long time, now I'm healthier than ever.

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  193. I blog about anything really. Gluten or the lack of it has been mentioned on occasion. :)

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  194. I blog gluten-free http://whatsfordinner-momwhatsfordinner.blogspot.com/

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  195. Gluten Free Girl in a Pasta World

    Recipes, Life, Humor, Products I have tried.

    http://gfreegirlpastaworld.blogspot.com/

    Grabbed your button! :)

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  196. Hi My blog is ZEN MOM

    http://omshanti2.blogspot.com/

    Focuses on having a child on a GFCF diet.
    Being a Zen mom!

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  197. I'd love to add my blog, Simply Gluten-Free.

    My goal is to help others who have just started out on a GF diet or those who just want helpful tips. It took me a while to get used to the diet, so I intend on offering any advice I can.

    Find me at www.livesimplygf.com

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  198. I blog over at http://glutenfreejesusfreak.blogspot.com, covering the intersections of Christianity and food (communion, potlucks, etc.). Thanks for your site - it's a great resource for all ov us!

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  199. Anonymous10:53

    http://www.jamiesgfreefamily.blogspot.com/

    I blog about gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, raw food, and clean recipes, reviews of gluten free (and other health food) products, natural health and beauty ideas, interesting articles, books, and thoughts on different types of exercise and ways to keep yourself and family healthy and active.

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  200. Still quite novice with the blog but here it is :
    http://gluten-free-doll.blogspot.com/

    I like to blog about everything and anything related to Celiac Disease and the GF diet.

    Thanks Karina!
    Your site is truly wonderful!

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