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  1. Hi! Love your website. We are looking for someone just like yourself to work with as a community partner. Please email me as to when we might be able to connect. All my best!


  2. Hello Denise, thank you so much for your inspiring news and blog! You opened a new window for me. Now I am researching and reading /learning as much as I can about healthy foods. I am an organic chef and always have been on organic food but with the grain discussion now I am treading a new path. Thank you very much and continue to inspire people!


  3. Hey Denise, love the blog and I share it all the time with new to gluten free parents as well others looking for great recipes. We are Atlas patients, Emily’s my g-f kid. Today we made the pancakes and used hazelnut flour, they were great, I heard. (I am allegic to nuts, bummer). Anyway, I have a sort of challenge/request for you. When you have time and are feeling creative, could you experiment with making kohlrabi “potato alternative” chips? I tried making some the other day but just can’t get that crunch. For Christmas, I am attempting to make scalloped kohlrabi like scalloped potatoes, if you have any tips, I’d welcome them. Thank you for all the great recipes. We loved the apple custard.


    1. Hello Christine, I’m sorry I didn’t get to this before christmas. How did the scalloped kohlrabi turned out, as far as making chips, you will just have to slice them very thinly and fry then on medium/high heat until crispy. A mandolin slicer will make it much easier. I have never tried making kohlrabi chips. But I love yucca chips (cassava) and it is much easier to find than kohlrabi.


  4. Thanks for the tip. Instead of kohlrabi I used butternut squash sliced really thin and baked with the seasonings at 375 for 25 minutes. Again, I couldn’t try it since I used the almond flour and almond milk to make the roux. But, hubby said it was fantastic, so it is totally a do again. I like that cassava idea, will have to check it out. I’m just about to start cooking the paleo bread, I hope it turns out as good as yours. Happy New Year, I’m looking forward to your new recipes.


  5. My wife referred me to you – she loves your blog!

    I’m Holly Rigsby’s referral partner manager for Fit Yummy Mummy. I see that you do look for ways to monetize your site; I believe FYM programs could be a great fit.

    Here are a few you can check out. We have more launches planned for the year…

    – Metabolic Meltdown

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    – Kettlebells for Busy Moms

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    I’d love to chat with you more to see if you think sharing FYM programs with your readers would be of interest to you.


  6. We’re doing a new recipe sharing site and would love to have you involved with the beta. Please email me so we may discuss. Thanks! – Ken


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