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2.27.2008

Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger

If you're out and about in the GF community, you probably are already aware of Sea @ Book of Yum's Adopt a Gluten Free Blogger Event this month. If not, it goes a bit like this:

blog “adoption” event where a blogger would “adopt” another blogger and try one of their recipes and blog both about the blogger and the recipe




I've been adopted by Natalie the Gluten Free Mommy. Thanks Natalie! :) If you haven't been to her blog, I highly recommend it. She has one of the prettiest, best organized, and, for lack of a better description, happiest blogs I've seen!

In that spirit, I adopt Christian (no, not my PhD adviser) @ Stephen's Recipes. He has a great coconut yogurt recipe which I want to make. I have been pondering more dairy replacements using coconut for the past few months, so his recipe is perfect. I'll be sure to keep everyone posted with the recipe (both his and mine) and whatever strangeness I whip up to go with the yogurt. Hey, start with coconut, a metabolism booster and superfood, add probiotics and where can you possibly go wrong?? (hopefully I won't find out :) )

Cindalou's Kitchen Blues: Healthy Celiac / Coeliac Gluten and Dairy Free Recipes

7 comments:

  1. So cool!

    I'm interested to see how the coconut yogurt turns out -- I really miss yogurt and tend to stay away from the soy variety.

    Keep us posted!

    Love your blog BTW :)

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  2. I had a coconut phase a couple of months ago and I have posted recipes on how to make coconut water kefir and some baked goods using this kefir.

    Your blog is great...I'm also dairy-free and gluten-free!

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  3. Thanks for your comments and support Cindy....I would have adopted you but you were taken lol...

    Your recipes are great and I really like that you don't like soy either!

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  4. Cindy- thank you for the mention of our event!

    Hey- I thought you would want to know that some evil internet thieves have stolen some of your content and reproduced it.

    After you check it out, you probably want to delete these links so they don't get any more traffic.
    http://www.canlive.net/cranberry-and-red-wine-pot-roast-low.html
    http://www.canlive.net/adopt-gluten-free-blogger.html

    -Sea

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  5. Hi there my name is Jeena and I have started a food recipe forum that I thought you would like to join here Click here for food recipe forum

    I would love to see you on there to chat about food and cooking you can talk about anything you like and start your very own topics. :-)
    or see my main food recipe website Jeenas food recipe site

    Hope to see you soon

    Thanks

    Jeena x

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  6. I have found your blog to be quite informative, there are a good number of resources here which gives more options to learn. Keep up the good work.

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  7. The photo in your post now made me go to the supermarket and eat some coconut!

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Hi! Thanks for taking the time to comment :) Your comments help drive this healthy gluten free community.

As a token of our appreciation, our blog is DoFollow. In addition, as a top commentator, your blog/website will be linked on our frontpage. Thus, your comments here benefit your website, our website, and, ultimately, celiac awareness.

Blessed be,
Cindy