Bake Sales Are My Bitch

bake sales are my bitchHey gang! So here’s the deal. I’m going to start tackling more food issues, because clearly gluten isn’t enough to keep me busy and out of trouble. But the fact is, I am dealing with other food issues every single day. After all, I’m a mom and I live in Los Angeles. And the food allergy/intolerance/preference terrain is very, very rocky out there.

As a celiac adult, I’m used to dealing with my own food challenges. I think I’ve covered just about all of them here, here and again here. But the thing is, I’m a grown ass woman and I can fend for myself. Those kids out there? Well, they need our support, our understanding and most of all—our gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, peanut-free, tree-nut free, shellfish-free, regular fish-free and egg-free treats. Some of those are obvious, others, less so.

So I’m launching Bake Sales Are My Bitch to help parents on both sides of the issue (I mean, how many vegan birthday parties can one attend? Really.), and ideally bringing us all together to eat safely without rage. That’s a laudable goal, right?

Go here to get the latest in BSAMB. (I know, not quite as catchy as GIMB.)

7 thoughts on “Bake Sales Are My Bitch

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  3. I would love to connect with you as I am an early childhood professor at Santa Monica College and one of the classes that I teach is Health Safety and Nutrition to ECE students and teachers. I am GF for over three years but do not have celiac. Looking for more ways to incorporate ideas into this course as well as my admin courses so that directors can help families dealing with the GF issues. Look forward to your response.

    Adrienne Schoen Gunn

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