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Interview with Kate. Call from Kate's gluten-free Kitchen. So my next guest that I'm having on this episode, we actually met at the my gluten-free expo and that was on March 3rd. She is such an adorable, amazing woman. I love her. She came up and she had her little pink apron on that said Kate's on it. I just want her to come to my kitchen and be in my kitchen because she's just so amazing and she's a good cook and she has a great personality. We just instantly hit it off. So she came over and did an interview with me live at the expo, which was really fun and I just wanted to give you a little bit of background about Kate. She has been gluten-free for 11 years and she loves to really educate people about being gluten-free.
You can tell that she loves to share her information about navigating the gluten-free lifestyle. And this year decided to share her love of gluten-free baking and start her own business
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We have an awesome interview with the manager of Townshend's Tea House here in Park City, Utah. I live in park city and I really love tea. I love tea so much, I currently have over 64 different types of tea right now in my pantry. So you can say I'm a little bit of a tea addict. When this new tea house came to park city, I was stoked because they have one of my favorite things in the world, which the only thing better than tea is Bubble tea. I frequent this place.
I am a Townshend's tea addict because I go there and drink bubble tea at least once a week, maybe twice, depending on the week. It was easy to pick my first interview because of course I wanted to interview my favorite place in Park City, which is Townshend's tea house.
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Hello my gluten free friends and welcome to the show. This is episode three. Why are some foods labeled certified gluten free? So before we start the show, I would like to thank my very first Patreon supporter, Jeff for signing on to sponsor the travel and for your podcast. If you love the travel gluten free podcast just as much as Jeff does, please go on to patreon.com and look for travel gluten free. You can also sponsor travel gluten free podcast for as little as $3 per month. It's a great way to support the podcast that you love.
Today's episode we're going to talk about why are some foods certified gluten free. So have you ever seen the symbol which contains the letters GF in bold with a bold circle around the letters where the symbol with a grain of wheat and a line crossed through it? Ever wonder what the symbols stand for?
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This is episode one five tips for bakery fresh gluten free cookies at home.
Well welcome back to the show. Hopefully you have heard the trailer and you are back. If you are, I'm so excited that you're back with us again. If you are, did not hear the trailer and you're here, welcome to the show for the first time. So I'd like to start off the show by thanking my listeners. So you guys are my first listeners. Thank you so much. I appreciate you listening to the podcast and love sharing this information with you. And I'd also like to thank my very first Patreon supporter Jeff Shumate for signing onto sponsor travel gluten free podcast. So thank you Jeff. I appreciate your support. So this episode is about getting those fresh gluten free cookies at home. So you see them in the bakery and you want to get them at home because you go out to a bakery with a friends, right?
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Travel gluten free promo podcast. Welcome to the travel gluten free show. I'm your host Elikqitie, and I'm really excited to bring you my new podcast, Travel Gluten Free. First I wanna start off by thanking my podcasting friends who have really supported me through this whole entire process in my endeavor. So I'd like to first thank Chris Nesi from the House of Ed Tech Podcasts for inspiring me to podcast first. If you are a teacher or an educator, definitely check out House of Ed Tech from Chris Nesi. Awesome podcast. I'd like to also thank Dave Jackson from Ask the Podcast Coach for his awesome Saturday morning podcasting information, without which I probably would not be here as well. I would like to thank Emily Peck-Prokop at the Story Behind podcast who inspires me every day with the work that she does. Emily, you are a rock star, and she also does all her work on top of having a newborn baby, which is incredible.
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