Gluten-Free Social Provides Wheat-less Lessons
Do you have food allergies, or maybe you know someone who does? Does your diet feel restricted because you are allergic to wheat?
Well, good news! There’s help on the way to help you break free of the dietary rut you’ve been in due to having to remove wheat products from your meals.
On December 5, the student interns of Saguache Works will be presenting a Gluten-Free Social, featuring special dishes and recipes with ingredients available locally. The event will take place from 4 – 5:30 p.m. at the 4th Street Food Store in downtown Saguache.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own gluten-free dish or recipe, or just your appetite!
The program will also have samples from the store and volunteers will be making dishes. Everyone is welcome! There will be a People’s Choice award for best dish and the winner will get a 4th Street Food Store gift certificate.
The community is encouraged to come and support this student-driven program. They’ve done a great job educating the public about what it means to be gluten-free and how you can still make delicious, nutritious meals while avoiding wheat products.