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Ten Days of Gluten Free {May 7-11 and May 14-18}

Over the next two weeks I am working with a great group of bloggers on a 10 Days of Gluten Free series. Over the course of two weeks we will each be covering a wide range of subjects from travel, resources, baking, getting started, and more. I will be covering kids and gluten free.

I am really looking forward to this series and all the information that will be shared. I hope you are able to learn a lot of new tips and ideas for living the gluten free life and that you find some new sites and sources for information.

Today’s tip for Gluten Free and Kids is a quick one and it is simply to listen to your kids. Listen to how they feel. Listen to their instincts and yours.
Take the time to listen to the difficulties and the ups and downs.

Gluten free living can be challenging especially for kids, be there to give them the support they need to live a gluten free life.

Now for the Giveaway part!

I am giving away one $25 Bob’s Red Mill gift card that is good for their online store and one copy of my Cooking 101 For Kids ebook to one reader. 
  • This giveaway is limited to U.S. residents 18 and older.
  • You are allowed one entry per “10 Days of Gluten Free” blog post for a total of 10 entries on this blog.
  • Enter by leaving a comment on this post (And other 10 Days of GF posts)
  • The giveaway begins May 7, 2012 and ends at 11:59 pm eastern time on May 18, 2012.
  • No purchase is necessary. Odds of winning are based on the number of entries. The winner will be randomly chosen and will be contacted by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond, a new winner will be randomly chosen.


And be sure to visit all the other bloggers for some other great tips and giveaways! GIVEAWAY OVER EMMA’S COMMENT ON THE PLAGHDOUGH POST WON. Winner chosen by

Getting Started – Linda @ The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Resources – Wendy @ Celiacs in the House

Traveling – Karen @ Gluten-Free Travel Blog

Eating Out – Heather @ Gluten-Free Cat

Frugal Tips – Janelle @ Gluten Freely Frugal

Cooking – Carrie @ Ginger Lemon Girl

Baking – Jules @ Jules Gluten Free

Lunch Boxes – Tessa @ Tessa the Domestic Diva

Shopping – Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry

I hope you will join us for 10 Days of Gluten Free! 
Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. Kristin A. says

    Thank-you for doing this series! The tips are fabulous!

    I was wondering, are you going to be making any suggestions for gf kids books or resources? Would love to see some recommendations.

  2. Alba Kerr says

    What a great idea. Thanks for doing this.

  3. Great tip Lynn! Kids definitely need to be heard and feel like they are being understood! Such an important part of being gluten free. (not a drawing entry, just a comment!) love being a part of this series with you!

  4. Katherine says

    Looking forward to this series- we just switched over to gluten free a little over a week ago, so we are getting adjusted. I have used some Bob’s Red Mill products and really like them- they also seem to be the least expensive replacements in my area. 🙂

  5. Natalie J Vandenberghe says

    I love Bob’s Red Mill–thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

  6. It is so true to listen to your kids, listen to their insticts and your own.

    @Kristin A.: I have a friend who just published a children’s book: Barrett’s Unusual Ice Cream Party…it’s quite good.

  7. Looking forward to all of the new information that I’ll be picking up in the next two weeks.

  8. Thank you for doing this series….looking forward to it. I have been GF for one week now.

  9. thanks for your generosity!!

  10. Jeannie Parker says

    What a simple but perfect suggestion. Something so easy ans yet sometimes over looked.

  11. I think this tip is a great way to start with this topic. Listening to our kids is always important, but especially in the challenges they face. Thanks for your participation in the blog hop. I know you’ll have more great tips to share.

  12. Mary-Frances Reavey says

    Great website – I’ve followed for some time now 🙂

  13. Wanda Holovacs says

    Bob’s Red Mill–thanks for offering such a fabulous giveaway!

  14. great series!

  15. can’t wait to see what’s coming in the 10 days of gluten free!

  16. Kristen Cairnes says

    I appreciate the tips as I’m learning how to live this gluten free lifestyle. I’d love the gift card!

  17. Holly Bensing says

    Thank you for this series, my mom, my 6 year old, and I all started eating GF in the past few months, and your tips and recipes are much appreciated!! 🙂

  18. Thanks

  19. Jillian says

    thank you for the tip. since i was diagnosed almost 4 months ago, i am paranoid whenever my kids say their tummies hurt. thank you for your blog as another resource in my arsenal to climb this “mountain”

  20. Thanks for the tips! Hope I win 🙂

  21. Melissa says

    Hurray! Our gluten free menu offerings are always changing- partly from boredom, partly from changing tastes. I’m so happy to have this resource for new ideas!

  22. Shirin Rose says

    I’m so excited to have found your blog through the link up, this is going to be a fun and informative 10 days!!

  23. Jessica B says

    Thanks for sharing over the next 10 days. Looking forward to it.

  24. Thanks for posting this blog hop. I need all the resources I can gather. I was diagnosed with celiac disease this past March but haven’t gotten my symptoms under control even though I am following a strict gluten free diet. I have also temporarily given up dairy and consume almost no soy — aside from gluten free soy sauce. Any and all advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for entering me in the giveaway.

  25. Great ideas!!!! email: [email protected]

  26. Thanks for posting this!! My 6 yr old daughter was just diagnosed with celiac … I can use all the help I can get!

  27. Colleen M. says

    I am really looking forward seeing to reading this series and learning all new bits of information. Thank you!

  28. Love this… Thank u for he info

  29. I have a G.daughter with celiac and it is hard to understand how they feel at time. So we must pay close attention to them.

  30. Thanks for all the info!

  31. Alisa H. says

    Thank you for being part of the “10 Days of Gluten Free.” I’s been a big help.

  32. My kid is 20 but still at home and not taking the new gluten-free household thing well at all! Maybe I will pick up some tips here, even though he is technically not a kid anymore. He is still acting like one!

  33. My husband and I just recently started to eat gluten free. It has been a very interesting learning experience. Articles like this certainly help us to get better at it – Thank you!

  34. katherine d says

    hope i win!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

  35. Angel R. says

    Loving this blog hop! Lots of great information.

  36. Crystal Hankey says

    Yahoo for this Gluten Free Series! Thank you sooooo much for doing this I really appreciate it. I have been GF for several years now. You and your fellow bloggers are awesome!!!

  37. Great blog hop – lots of great information & wonderful giveaways.

  38. Cindy W. says

    Great series.


  1. Ten Days of Gluten Free Wrap-Up says:

    […] Listen to How They Feel […]

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