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Advice for Gluten Free Newbies

by Cassidy Stockton

Since joining the Bob’s Red Mill team five years ago, I’ve met my share of people who are newly diagnosed with celiac disease and others trying to get started eating gluten free. By now, I know the gist of what is important when you’re just getting started and always cringe

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Gluten Free Like Me Update #3

by Matt Cox


So I’m on my fourth week of my self-imposed gluten abstinence program and things have been going very well. With the exception of sneaking a big mouthful of one of my favorite Portland brews, I haven’t wavered. Here’s a picture of the awesome sauteed rainbow chard and garlic topped

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Gluten Free Like Me Update #2

by Matt Cox

Since my post last week, I haven’t had one (known) ingestion of gluten. I nearly at some tortilla chips that I assumed were safe but after a second pass at the ingredient statement, I found some white flour. To spite my faux disease, I ate a few bites of the

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A Gluten Free Update from the Cohort

by Chelsea Lincoln

I am not new to restricting my diet for one reason or another. For about 13 years now I have been vegan; not eating any meat, dairy or eggs. This means reading a lot of labels and advocating for myself on a regular basis to make sure I don’t eat

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Gluten Free Like Me Update #1

by Matt Cox

Ok, so I’m busted. After my accidental soy sauce ingestion last week, I felt sharply tuned to my task and determined to be on the lookout for hidden sources of gluten. I market over 50 gluten free Bob’s Red Mill gluten free products and I’ve I should be good at

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Gluten Free Like Me

by Matt Cox


Starting today, one of my cohorts (Chelsea) and I will take on a challenge to unwavering live life without gluten for four weeks. Neither of us have celiac disease, autism, or any other condition that necessitates this adoption but we think it’ll prove a valuable lesson in identifying

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Happy New Year!

by Cassidy Stockton
The name January comes from the Roman god Janus, the god of the doorway. Not surprisingly, January is considered to be the door to the year marking the beginning of a new year and hence a time to begin anew. Often this month inspires us to review our past year
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Fluffy White Fallacy

by Matt Cox
As a marketer, I usually tolerate quite a bit of fudge when considering claims from organizations who are working hard to introduce their products to new audiences or hold on to their shelf space. With respect to the “folic acid for a healthy pregnancy” seal introduced by the Grain Foods
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