Saturday, November 1, 2014

Win Two Passes Gluten Free Garage in Toronto November 9!

I am a big fan of the Gluten Free Garage that's held in Toronto each November. It's a bit different from most other gluten free events I've attended because it focuses on local gluten free products and producers. Rather than being bombarded by all the big international brands, it allows locals to get to know and support smaller local businesses. I've discovered many new products at this event in the past. It's also small enough to walk through in a few hours, making it a great way to spend about a half day eating, drinking, and connecting with others who "get it" when it comes to gluten free living.




There are always great speakers and workshops, delicious samples, and fun activities for the whole family. I usually take the kids and enjoy lunch with the family at the event, since there are so many incredible foods to choose from, from healthy organic meats and products, to decadent treats sure to satisfy any sweet tooth!

About Gluten Free Garage



Inspired by her daughter Lily, 8, who was diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2009, Gluten Free Garage (GFG) founder RonniLyn Pustil created the event to give people a taste of gluten-free options in Toronto by bringing over 60 artisanal vendors offering gluten-free products under one roof for one day. The idea behind GFG is to promote and provide better access to top-quality local gluten-free food, create awareness about Celiac disease, and prove that gluten-free fare can be super tasty.  Marking its fourth consecutive year, GFG showcases the city’s best in gluten-free eats and lifestyle, including food trucks, guest speakers and for the first time, beer and cider tasting. This year’s guest speakers include North America’s leading gluten-free expert and author, Kathy Smart (Gluten-Free Belly Be Gone) Bunner’s Bake Shop co-owner Ashley Wittig and holistic culinary nutritionist Marni Wasserman.

Win Free Passes


This year I'm excited to announce that I have two free passes to give away to one lucky winner! To be eligible to win, simply complete one of the entry requirements below. Please be sure to read the terms and conditions in the widget below before entering. The contest is for tickets only. Transportation and other costs of attending the event are not included. Good Luck!



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5 comments :

  1. I would love to check out some of the locally produced gluten free products.

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  2. I want to discover new gluten free products!

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  3. I'm actually taking a course at UoftT right now on Food Insecurity. I would love to share my experience of going to a gluten free event. It shows how gluten free products support the good food movement.

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  4. I would love to discover new (to me) gluten free products and connect with fellow Celiac specialists.

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  5. I would love to go to the GFG because I love food and would love to give gluten free foods a try! :)

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