Get the special mini ebook on cooking gluten-free – scroll down to enter your email!
The KS monthly newsletters are different from most email subscriptions. They won’t take you hours to read through. Exclusive content isn’t hidden in among boring and off-topic paragraphs. In fact, they’re the exact opposite.
A subscription to the KS monthly newsletters means you’ll get just two emails each month. One email will feature exclusive content you won’t find anywhere on the KS blog, like delicious recipes, interesting topics that you won’t find published in daily posts, and fun discount codes to save you money.
Another email will be a highlight of the past month, wrapping up only posts and conversations that are truly worthy of a newsletter. Days fill up and weeks fly by and it’s easy to miss what’s been happening on the blog, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. This email will keep you in the loop – conveniently delivered to your inbox automatically, no matter how busy the days become. Honestly though, if you have been up to date on reading, it won’t hurt my feelings if you delete without opening this one.
You may get the occasional special email when there’s something going on that I don’t want you to miss. These don’t happen every month, but when they do, know that I’m not trying to spam your email. I’d only share special things that I’d want to know about too.
For a limited time, the newsletter bonus is all about how to cook Gluten-Free for family and friends when you aren’t used to doing so.
Certainly not everyone is or needs to be gluten-free, but more and more in our world are finding they struggle with gluten and would rather avoid it.
When you want to make an allergy-friendly dish to pass or invite friends over for dinner who avoid gluten, does it make you nervous?
I’ve heard from readers and people in real life who are simply intimidated by the thought of sharing food with gluten-free families, so I put together a quick guide to help anyone feel comfortable making gluten-free meals without looking up a single new recipe or buying anything unique at the grocery store.
You can use it immediately to figure out how to share food with people who are gluten-free, even when you’re NOT and you have no idea how to show love by cooking for them.
- How to Freeze in Glass
- Best Containers for Homemade Salad Dressings (mostly free or cheap)
- Top Ways to Eat Real Food on a Budget
- What to do with your Strawberry Surplus
- What the KS Family Really Eats
- Reader FAQs (with many more to come in upcoming newsletters)
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