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Gluten Free Garage III: November 17, 2013

11 Nov, 2013  |  by FGFSadmin

By Megan Stulberg Free samples are a foreign concept to me. I work in a patisserie and at least once a day I’ll have a customer say something like, “Wow! How do you not get fat while working here?” or “I bet you love eating all the samples!” and a few times I would answer their questions by explaining Celiac disease but gave up when eyes started to glaze over. The third Gluten Free Garage took place last Sunday. Over 60…

[Contest] Gluten Free Garage III: November 17th, interview with founder RonniLyn Pustil

11 Nov, 2013  |  by FGFSadmin

By Megan Stulberg The Gluten Free Garage is something that I’ve vaguely been aware of for a long time, but never quite looked into for some reason. Perhaps it got lost in my Facebook archives, as I went on a “liking spree” of way too many gluten-related pages after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease last year. Well, now I’m kicking myself for not attending their last two events. The Gluten Free Garage is a farmer’s market with a twist: all…

Gluten-Free is Sticky Business

6 Jun, 2014  |  by Guest Post

words by Leigh van Maaren | photos by Alexandra Courts I think it’s reasonable to say that what most people know about gluten-free diets are the jokes. In the past few years gluten-free eating has become seriously popular, and it quickly got added to the list of “hilarious dietary restrictions” that many poke fun at while enjoying the luxury of unrestricted eating. It’s become a major trend, too. There seems to be a large influx of people without Celiac disease…


Best of Toronto Vegan Food & Drink Festival

8 Aug, 2015  |  by Megan Stulberg

words by Megan Stulberg  |  photos by Tyler Teal You know that line in the movie The Devil Wears Prada where Meryl Streep’s all “Florals? For spring? Ground breaking.” That sums up how I feel, for the most part, about the meat-heavy menus at the street festivals that take over Toronto’s busiest streets during the summer months. I have never attended the overly hyped Taste of Danforth. I mean, I did end up at Taste of  Little Italy this year while…