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Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger: Diane of The WHOLE Gang

Posted Aug 05 2011 12:17am

Whew!  I’m so glad that some people don’t wait until the last minute on Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger, or I wouldn’t have a reminder that I’m behind!  Granted, I’m running behind because I’ve been so busy doing so many fun and exciting projects, but what a summer!  And what an exciting week for Celiac and a GF diet! Check out my comments on this weeks’ teleconference.

My adoptee this month is Diane of The W.H.O.L.E Gang .  Like so many people, Diane turned her food restrictions into an area of passion and has blossomed into an exciting new venture as a Health Coach.   Though I haven’t yet had the pleasure of meeting Diane personally, she’s clearly someone who takes joy in bringing people together around food and fun projects, and I appreciate her dedication to helping people eat and live well.

If you haven’t gotten a chance, do check out Diane’s recipe archives.  There’s a huge variety, and know you’ll be hungry!  I opted to make the Roasted Chickpeas .  I made them before, back in the day when Kalyn’s recipe came out in 2008. Like Diane, mine just didn’t get crispy enough, and I know I tweaked things a bit. And then they just fell off my radar…and I forgot about them until I was looking through Diane’s recipe index.   So this was a delightful re-introduction to an old friend. They were delicious, and I used the spicing that Diane but I do remember a whole bunch of varieties work!

And, of course, the Amazing Toasted Nuts uses this recipe as a base, and looks tempting, too!

Lots of Diane’s recipes were quite tempting, and I will have to make the Chicken and Roasted Green Chile Soup   when it starts to get chilly.

Please also check out the other Adopt a GF Blogger posts when Sea hosts a round up on Book of Yum.

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