Steph Weber, Author at Better Batter Gluten Free Flour

Vacationing? Top Gluten Free Cities to Visit

With millions of travelers expected to hit the roadways and airways this summer, those of us with food allergies have to plan just a bit more carefully.  Where will we eat? Are there gluten-friendly […]

Four Allergy Friendly Kids Camps

Just when you’ve gotten into a rhythm for the school year, summer break hits. And eventually, one of these summers your kiddo will probably want to try their hand at camp. While exciting for […]

3 Gluten Free Expos Worth Visiting This Year

It seems like each year, more events are cropping up that specifically focus on gluten free living. After years of no one really speaking about the disease publicly, it’s nice to be able to […]

Tax Tips: Gluten Free Edition

Eating gluten free can mean extra out of pocket costs, especially when you’re just starting out, trying lots of new items to find the ones you like best. And even if you’ve been diagnosed […]

7 Allergy-Friendly Candy Companies for Easter

Seems like we were just trudging our way through a dreary winter and now we’re already into spring. And that means Easter is upon us too. Like many others, one of the big annual […]

Should Celiac Disease Be Considered a Disability?

Last month, news broke of a class action lawsuit that could shake up the celiac world, or at least bring more attention to the growing health condition. A California woman filed a suit against […]

Non Traditional Gluten Free Resolutions for 2015

Another year in the books already…can you believe it?!? And as we all know, with a new year, often comes a new round of resolutions. With nearly 1 in 2 Americans setting goals for […]

Last Minute Awesome Gift Idea: Jar Gifts!

Christmas Gifts in a Jar: The Gluten Free Edition Christmas is less than a week away, and if you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t finished your shopping. Or if you’re actually me, you […]

4 Places to Find Food Allergy Support

by Steph Weber, contributor When you’re first diagnosed with food allergies, it really can be a shock to the system. And it doesn’t just affect the person receiving the diagnosis. Since food is so […]