Here’s where we go for support and information!

Online Groups

We know it sounds simplistic, but online support groups really offer the best in up-to-date resources. Here’s where you’ll find a ton of invaluable information. Just about any question you have, these people can answer.

SillyYaks Yahoo Support Group

This has a huge membership, including some really crackerjack gastroenterologists and leaders in the celiac support community. Lots of recipes, tips, product reviews, and advice.

This has one of the most comprehensive resource and product listings on the web, usually kept up to date.

ROCK (Raising Our Celiac Kids) Parent’s support group

Stands for Raising Our Celiac Kids. Even though it’s supposed to be for Northern VA, it’s been a great site for many of us who live elsewhere.

Deals specifically with raising young GF kids. Lots of GF/CF discussion.

This group remains one of the best resources and support groups around. Friendly format and easy to navigate

TACA (Talk About Curing Autism)

A great resource for families of autistic individuals. Free support for parents, and the website well organized.

Great Recipe Ideas


All Kinds of recipes, with a search engine so that you can specify multiple allergies (GFCF or no nuts, for instance), this site specializes in vegetarian and pescetarian recipes.

The Accidental Vegetarian

More great gluten-free menu ideas (veggie ones) from Naomi, with pictures and recipes.

Other GF/Allergy Friendly Products Sites

What on Earth Is a Celiac?

Delicious!, the Very best of Gluten Free and Wheat Free Cooking is a cookbook utilizing a multi-tiered approach for gluten free cooking. Diane Jacobs provides recipes for foods using premixed flour blends, as well as recipes for making your own flour blends. She has kindly included our product in her recommendations in this book and will include several recipes that use our product in her next edition of the book.

From the book: “Delicious! The very Best of Gluten Free & Wheat Free Cooking” includes more than 20 special bread recipes, more than 30 tasty main dishes and casseroles, yummy appetizers, scrumptuous breakfast recipes, fabulous soups, salads, and side dishes, a wonderful array of desserts, special tips and recipes to streamline your holiday cooking, a helpful section on flours and more! And ALL completely gluten & wheat free!

Diane Jacobs was diagnosed with celiac disease in early 2003, after going undiagnosed for over 50 years. In time, she discovered that cooking as a celiac was not so difficult after all. Now she passes on her very best recipes to you!”

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