August 5th Meeting: “Go To” Gluten Free Resource Exchange

What is the “go to” resource that supports your gluten-free life?

Perhaps it is a book you read when you first were diagnosed. Or maybe it is the doctor or other health professional who has stuck by you through a difficult diagnostic and recovery process. You might read–or even write–a blog that connects you with scores of other people living gluten-free. Or maybe you have a favorite appliance that makes cooking gluten free easier. Is there a product on your grocery store shelf that you buy and use regularly? Or a restaurant you know of that “gets it”? Perhaps your resource is a friend–who eats gluten-free, or not–someone who listens well, understands the challenges you face and makes you feel welcome at the table despite your diet restrictions.

At our next meeting on Tuesday, August 5th at 7pm, we invite you to share the resources you’ve discovered and depend on to make living gluten-free work for you. We’re returning to this once-a-year roundtable meeting format but we’re offering it in a new location.

Come join us at Driver’s Market in Sausalito. Driver’s is a great fit for this meeting as their goal is “to connect people with each other and to the foods that they eat.”

We’ll open up the discussion to exchange our experiences so that each person will leave with new ideas to enhance their gluten-free lives.

Bring along your resource or just come and plan on being inspired.

People who are new to the gluten-free diet are especially encouraged to attend.

Please RSVP for the meeting here.

Driver’s Market

200 Caledonia St.,
Sausalito, CA
United States
94965

 info@driversmarket.com

415-729-9582

 

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