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Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger - Gluten Free Cat

Posted Aug 05 2011 1:07pm
I have a niece named Cathy, whom I have called Cat for years. So you can imagine my surprise when I found out that Gluten Free Cat wasn't a Cat at all, but a Heather!!!

But she is definitely cat-like; as she says, she's a "curious girl in a gluten free world."

I've known Cat, er, Heather, for a few months now. She has been gluten free since 2004. Like most of us, it was challenging at the beginning trying to figure out what foods were ok to eat, and realizing that at the time gluten free food options (at least in terms of replacing the foods you love) were limited.

Now seven years later, she is healthier and happier. As she says, "There is a world of foods out there that God created for us to enjoy. If not for my gluten-intolerance diagnosis, I would never have discovered them."

I completely agree Heather!

Heather has a vast array of recipes covering all aspects of the gluten free spectrum. So what to choose? Well, I really wanted to try the ravioli , and I will some day when I have a little more time. But this time I chose something that sounded like an intriguing combination - her Wild Rice and Blueberry Salad .

Yum. Just the side dish for the grilled chicken I made.


It's definitely and adult taste, at least in that my kids aren't fans of the vinegar. But that just means more for me! Heather made this as part of a something called the SOS Challenge, and I'd say she was up to the challenge!

If you are looking for something a little different as really easy to make, then I'd encourage you to try this salad - a little sweet, a little savory, a lot delicious!

Thanks for a great recipe Heather! And, as always, thanks Sea for creating and hosting Adopt a GF Blogger !


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