Gluten-Free Friends


 

Contacts:

Susan Chambers, Co-Chair

Sherill Roberts, Co-Chair

Mission Statement:

Gluten-Free Friends® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Our Mission is to provide support to persons with gluten intolerances, including celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and gluten sensitivities to live healthy lives.

 

 

7th Annual Gluten Free Thanksgiving Potluck is Sat. Nov 16th!

 

 

Fall 2013 Happenings.....

Meetings held on the 1st Saturday of the Month

November 2nd: guest speaker Dr. Marilyn MacGregor "Communicating effectively about our diet restrictions."

December 7th: Support Group and guest Angie Floratos from Angies Gluten-free Kitchen a new bakery in McMinnville

 

 

 

When:

1st Saturday of the Month (October-June)
10-11:30am

Where:

First Baptist Church*, Fireside Room
124 SE Cowls, McMinnville, OR *Although we meet at a church, our support group is not faith-based.

 

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5th ANNUAL Gluten Free THANKSGIVING POTLUCK Recipes!

Desserts

Side Dishes

Please note in first stuffing recipe in the Side Dishes link omits 2 eggs and 3 cups of broth from the ingredients. These items are listed in the directions, but without quantities. Sorry!

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Gluten Free Food Fair in May was a success! Thanks to our Gold Sponsors!

Andina Restaurant ** Antix ** Brazi Bites ** Bridge City Baking

Gluten Free Gem ** Inspiration Mixes ** Lamb's Markets **

New Seasons Markets ** Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery

 

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Newly diagnosed with Gluten Intolerance? No problem!

Our Mission:

To increase awareness of gluten intolerance diseases including celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis by providing:

  • support to individuals with gluten intolerance and their families;
  • accurate, up-to-date, information and resources;
  • educational programs that promote positive, non-threatening information; and
  • outreach to health care professionals, restaurants and the general public.

One of the first recommendation by most practitioners to the newly diagnosed is to attend a support group.  Individuals already on the diet can help with information and resources and share what they have already learned. 

Disclaimer: Information we share may be helpful, but should not be considered medical advice.  We recommend that a person’s health care provider be consulted regarding diagnosis, treatment or other concerns related to making dietary changes.

Resources:

Although we meet as a group once a month, feel free to call to arrange an individual meeting. For more information: Group Brochure

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Recipes of the Month: Best Ever Angel Food Cake

Susan's Banana Muffins - vegan option included

Dairy Free Vanilla Cake - GREAT with fresh or frozen Oregon berries!

More Recipes

 
 

 

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