Celiac Advocate Miranda Jade Turbin Announces That She Has Returned to Her Test Kitchen for the Holiday Season

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The renowned gluten-free writer behind GlutenFreeHelp.info is returning to the kitchen to perfect the art of gluten-free baking in anticipation of the holiday season.

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I’ve really learned a lot of new things about gluten-free baking, and I’m really excited to share my new expertise with everyone over the course of the holiday season.

Miranda Jade Turbin, the acclaimed celiac advocate and writer, has announced that she is now hard at work developing a whole new slew of gluten-free recipes as well as perfecting the art of gluten-free baking in her Los Angeles gluten-free test kitchen. Miranda Jade will be sharing her new gluten-free baking expertise with her followers on her award-winning website http://www.GlutenFreeHelp.info and her popular GlutenFreeHelp YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/glutenfreehelp).

“Baking is such a big part of the holidays, and that’s true for those of us who are gluten-free too! The gluten-free community has come a long way in creating great-tasting baked goods, and I’d really like to help take things to the next level,” Miranda Jade said. “I’m really excited to share what I learn, and I hope I can help everyone create some really memorable gluten-free holiday meals.”

Now with the holidays coming up, Miranda Jade has returned to the kitchen, where she has been spending hours every day refining her gluten-free baking.

“It’s been so great to be able to spend so much of my time in the kitchen again,” Miranda Jade said. “I’ve really learned a lot of new things about gluten-free baking, and I’m really excited to share my new expertise with everyone over the course of the holiday season.”

Miranda Jade has established herself as a leading gluten-free advocate and recipe developer and has widely shared her acclaimed gluten-free recipes and cooking expertise on her blog at http://www.GlutenFreeHelp.info and on her GlutenFreeHelp YouTube Channel. Miranda Jade was finally correctly diagnosed as a young adult with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH), also known as the “gluten rash.” After recovering on a strict gluten-free diet, Miranda Jade dedicated herself to sharing her experiences with the celiac and gluten-free community, and she developed a passion for gluten-free baking. She joined her mother, Tina Turbin, in running Turbin’s Gluten Free Help website, which was voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6 million registered .info sites. Now Miranda Jade largely manages the website on her own, writing prolifically about celiac disease and gluten-free living and sharing her gluten-free tips and recipes.


To book Miranda Jade Turbin for an interview or speaking engagement, contact media(at)glutenfreehelp(dot)info.

To learn more about Miranda Jade Turbin, visit http://glutenfreehelp.info/about-tina-turbin/.

To purchase any of the gluten-free ebooks, visit http://glutenfreehelp.info/gluten-free-and-celiac-ebooks-available-here/.

ABOUT MIRANDA JADE TURBIN, OFFICIAL PARTNER OF GLUTENFREEHELP.INFO: Miranda Jade Turbin was finally diagnosed with celiac disease after 18 years--her entire childhood--of repeated misdiagnoses, going from one doctor to the next and in and out of hospitals without any answers. Within two weeks of removing all gluten from her diet, Miranda Jade’s life completely turned around. After her experience, she knew in her heart she had to help others as an advocate for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Miranda Jade teamed up with her mother Tina Turbin, also a diagnosed celiac and founder of the award-winning website GlutenFreeHelp.info, to this day handling this very busy website. Miranda Jade has gone on to write numerous eBooks, articles, reviews, and sought-after gluten-free grain-free recipes. Miranda Jade is bicoastal with gluten-free test kitchens on both coasts.

For more information or to schedule an interview, please call Rosie Newman at 1-888-701-6481 or pr(at)theprgroupeast-west(dot)com.

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