Where everything is gluten-free…

Nope, not some utopian world. I’m talking about Gluten-Free Expo, this year re-named as Nourished Festival.

It gives me something to look forward to in February. No offense to those who celebrate, but Valentines Day is not my thing. Couldn’t care less. And after the holiday season and then a couple of family birthdays in January, February has nothing that I’m particularly excited about.

Last year’s festival

This will be my third time going to the Fest. Last year V came with me and loved every minute of it. It’s not often that she has an opportunity to be somewhere where she can eat EVERYTHING. And we don’t have to worry about asking any questions or double checking. And for people with other allergies, this year’s Fest is going to be even easier to navigate because of better signage and ingredient/allergens indicators.

Happy sampling

Diabetes management during an event like this is tricky. We have to SWAG (scientific wild ass guess) carb count on everything. Last year we failed. V started in good range and despite what we thought was aggressive guessing and dosing still ended up with high BG. This year I expect that we will fail again. But whatever! It’s totally worth it.

I’m looking forward to discovering and sampling new gluten free products, getting new ideas and inspirations, and spending some time in a setting where EVERYTHING is gluten-free.

Join me and save 20% with code ADVANCE if you purchase tickets by 2/8/19.

Get your tickets here

DISCLAIMER: Nourished Festival is providing me with free entry. I am not compensated in any other way, nor am I asked or expected to review or promote any products or companies associated with Nourished Festival. All opinions are my own.

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