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  1. Hi
    Nice to meet you and what a lovely blog!
    There’s my mail and do send me your e.mail address I will do my best to help. There are many option in Israel, no problem.
    Keep in touch.

  2. Sara Dawkins says:


    I’m writing to let you know that we posted an article, “8 Ways to Tell Your Child May Have Serious Allergies”(link to I just thought I’d share it with you in case you thought it would appeal to your readers.

    Thanks for time!
    Sara Dawkins

  3. bass says:

    Is there any Weight Gainers, that is gluten free? thanks!

  4. Samantha says:

    Do you can you sub or make anything with out bovine and or goat’s milk? What do you sub instead of refined sugars? Sub instead of corn syrup? Your recipes look delicious, but what about the dangers of refined, bleached, and artifical sugars. I personally use Stevia and try to use very little evaporated cane sugar… Just curious…

  5. Adam Rosen says:

    I enjoyed your blog. One of my friends went looking for my blog and found yours. My daughter and I have to avoid gluten. We will look into some of your recipes and you might find some of ours useful.


  6. Jennifer says:

    HI I am intrigued by your recipes. The photos look devine! BUT Have you any recipes that contain honey as the only sweetener? I have a terrible time converting sugar recipes to honey without damaging the final product. I guess I am asking you to help put together some great tasting baked goods that are sweetened with honey only.

    • Linda Levinson says:

      hello jennifer-

      i have not used sugar substitutes- i will certainly let you know if i venture into more pure baking! baking gluten free is difficult enough–i feel the gluten free flours need the boost which only sugar can give!

  7. Emily says:


    I’m writing on behalf of Margie Korshak Inc. in Chicago. We are updating our gluten-free media lists and would love to add you to it. Can you provide us with a current email address?



  8. Donna Blaustein says:

    Where are you in Israel? We’ll be there in December and would like to visit the store.

    • Linda Levinson says:

      hello–i am not in israel. my son traveled there on a school trip. he was very successful in finding many gluten free products!

  9. Molly says:

    I’m new to your website. This will be our first gf Halloween. My son will be sad to miss out on witch hat cookies–fudge stripe cookies upside down with a Hershey’s kiss and orange bow made with frosting. Do you have a recipe for a thin shortbread-type cookie? I could dip or frost with chocolate, then deco as usual. Thanks!

  10. Jason says:


    Really enjoyed reading about the freek – what a fantastic way to help a child and family deal with food allergies. So cool! I can relate to Matthew in some ways, because I grew up with peanut and dairy allergies. Luckily none of my allergies were life threatening.

    Just thought I would share a website I helped start with my roommate that allows families to list their allergies online and share them with their friends and family. Basically away to fill out the “food allergy” card just once and share it with teachers, soccer coaches, grandpa, etc. The site is called online allergies and it’s link is

    Thanks for your time and amazing blog.


  11. Julie says:

    I am 43 and just found out I am gluten intolerant. I found your website looking for a gluten free tomato soup recipe. I too grew up eating tomato soup and grilled cheese and have been dreading the weather turning cold and not getting to have one of my comfort foods. The last few weeks have been an emotional roller coaster as I have tried to make different things and failed miserably. I am excited to try some of your recipes. Thanks in advance for giving me back my chocolate chip cookies. (another recipe I can’t wait to try!)

  12. Misha says:

    We would love to be added to your list of G-Free establishments. We have a lovely Italian menu that we are able to substitute Gluten free Spaghetti for any of our pasta dishes, we can promise G-Free sauces on most every dish and many of our entrees are already Gluten Free. We are very sympathetic to the needs of our gluten sensitive patrons.


    Misha Shebesta
    manager/ events & promotions

  13. chanie says:

    Any suggestions where to buy gluten free ib israel jerusalem ramat bet shemesh or modiin?
    Anywhere carries udis or katz?
    Also do u have recipe for mint brownies or strawberry shortcake?
    They look heavenly!!!

  14. Tonia Rudny says:

    Hi, I just wanted to let you know that WAVE at W Lakeshore now offers a full gluten free breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu.


  15. Valerie C says:

    Hello what a wonderful website I have enjoyed looking at the pictures of food and will now go and try a bunch of recipes! However I was looking for a healthy granola style bar that is GlutenFree online and everything that is made either has wheat in it or coconut which I’m also allergic to and I need something healthy that I can take on the go. Do you have any recipes or ideas? I noticed that rice crispies now come GlutenFree and I was going to try to make one with rice crispies. I don’t really know what to substitute the coconut oil with. I’m not really a chef and have a hard time making things up so any help would be appreciated thank you.

  16. Valerie C says:

    Hello what a wonderful website, I’ve enjoyed looking at all the wonderful recipes and plan to try one this weekend with my girls. Every Sunday is cooking in the kitchen as a family day. I was wondering if you have any ideas for healthy bar recipe for on the go? I often like to eat bars but I don’t like to buy them because they’re processed. We are a GlutenFree family, but I also have coconut allergies and a lot of the gluten free bars or even regular bars require coconut in them. I was wondering if you can give me any tips or if you all ready have one that you could forward to me. With much appreciation ~V

  17. Ramona says:

    Dear sir, you are great!!! happy Belated birthday!! I so love your newsletter and your site. You have gone the extra mile in all you do. Thank you too for the free information for all to utilize!
    Ramona faust-(a fan;)

  18. Diane Mejia says:


    I just recently discovered your site and I think it’s great. I’m a fellow celiac sufferer and Chicago dweller. It’s nice to see someone who cares about getting the word out about celiac and the gluten free lifestyle.

    The reason that I’m writing is that I’m a baker, who specializes in Gluten-free and vegan pastries and cakes. I’m having an event for people to come out and try my treats. Check it out at: link to

    Would you be willing to post about it on your blog? I would be happy to feature Gluten Freek on my own blog as well. Please email me back and let me know what you think.


    P.S. Either way, you should check out my website: Thanks.

    • Linda Levinson says:

      your blog looks awesome and so do your beautiful pasteries!!! i am so so sorry i have not responded earlier–i have been a very bad blogger!!!!

      i will definitely add you to my blogroll!!!

  19. Our mutual friend, Kathy Massel, introduced me to your blog last week. Since then I have been reading up on your son’s life threatening allergy and the wonderful gluten free recipes you have made. I do hope the Stanford protocol is successful. Perhaps one day in the very near future an epi pen will no longer be a daily accessory in your son’s life.

    On another note, I am very much enjoying the recipes you have posted and plan to make the strawberry shortcake this weekend! Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes!

    All the best to you and your family!
    Rebecca Borges

  20. Josh L says:


    I just moved here a few months ago and have been both delighted and overwhelmed by the amount of GF food in the city (I come from rural virginia…) and have found websites like yours to be a wonderful tool. I just wanted to say thanks and also let you know that there’s a new place in my neighborhood that has the best GF pizza I’ve tried so far (and I’ve tried a lot) but isn’t getting much notice yet. It’s called HomeSlice. It’s located on Webster St almost right under the Brown tracks, just a little south of the Fullerton stop. Their menu is posted online and their toppings are AMAZING. Top notch.

    Happy Eating,

  21. Kari says:

    Just wondering how your son is doing. Is he still taking xolair and continuing with OIT with Dr. Nadeau? My son is 12 and has 42 severe food allergies, Anaphylactic to Latex and some cleaning products as well as asthma and severe outdoor allergies. I am home schooling him and his quality of life has declined as he has gotten worse over the years. We have tried all meds and are currently battling with our insurance company to cover Xolair for him. (at $4958.00 a month without insurance they HAVE to cover it, otherwise we can’t afford it). Our only other option would be enrolling in a clinical trial as ya’ll have so bravely done! Thank you by the way, you and your son. Please let us know how the Xolair, OIT has worked over time… Thanks again!

  22. laura freeman says:

    do u have a gluten free roll out sugar cookie recipe for hanuka

  23. It’s great to find your site! Keep up the good work 🙂

  24. Hi! I was wondering if you would be willing to do a review for my book. We are going on a blog tour starting September where bloggers will be posting their review of the book. This generates more views to you because my blog and my publisher will be promoting it. As well as on all social media channels.

    Would you want a hard copy of Gluten-Free Made Easy and participate in the blog tour?
    If so please email me: Christi Silbaugh at with your name and address, and the date you want to participate. Thank you!

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