Shopping for and preparing a healthy dinner is hard enough for modern families, but for those on a gluten-free diet it can seem next to impossible
Evergreen, CO (PRWEB) June 4, 2009
What's for dinner? And what's safe to eat?
Dinner doesn't have to be a chore anymore. GFree (http://www.GfreeCuisine.com), a gluten-free recipe and menu planning service, provides practical meal plans and tools to prepare healthy, easy gluten-free dinners. Launched in 2008, GFree is the only gluten-free recipe website to offer an automatic grocery list. The service is used by scores of celiacs, parents with autistic children, and those looking to feel better without wheat.
In a world brimming with bread, pastries and yeasty sweets, gluten is the devil in the details. For those with gluten intolerance, the grocery store aisles lurk with wheat, and cooking delicious, healthy, gluten-free meals can be an exhausting endeavor.
GFree makes dinner simple, delicious, affordable and gluten-free. At just $10 per month, Gfree provides the recipes and grocery lists to help make nightly dinners stress-free and fun again. Each week, subscribers choose five dinners from a list of ten new gluten-free recipes that are all kitchen-tested, approved and have minimal prep times. In addition, grocery shopping is simplified by a categorized grocery list identifying gluten-free brands.
GFree has teamed up with Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, a company producing a full line of certified gluten-free products. Subscribe to GFree between June 1 and August 1 and receive a free bag of Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal. GFree subscriptions are $10/month and are available in three-month subscriptions ($30), six-months ($49), and 12-months ($79) at http://www.GfreeCuisine.com.
GFree goes beyond rice cakes and bare chicken breasts to offer inspired meals. Along with recipes and shopping lists, the weekly service offers loads of additional features, such as tips to create a gluten-free pantry, seasonal menus, bread baking solutions, dairy-free guides, freezer meal menus, dessert recipes, dinner party menus, and more.
"Shopping for and preparing a healthy dinner is hard enough for modern families, but for those on a gluten-free diet it can seem next to impossible," says Carol Fenster, a gluten-free pioneer and the author of eight cookbooks. A key member of the GFree team, Fenster develops and reviews every recipe. "Whether you are affected by autism, celiac disease, or simply choose not to eat wheat, GFree offers the perfect all-in-one gluten-free meal planning solution."
GFree (http://www.GFree.com) is an online gluten-free menu planning service launched in 2008 in response to the overwhelming cry for gluten-free meal plans, tools and solutions. GFree is a sister site to Relish (http://www.RelishRelish.com), a subscription-based menu service created in 2004 by two busy mothers -- Karen Hutcherson and Ann Bender -- who seek to inspire and assist busy cooks everywhere.
Contact: Ann Bender or Karen Hutcherson
Phone: 303.679.3048 or 877.606.6264
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