Thank You :)

Hey!

I’m Andrew Cordova, the founder of
the We Are Gluten Free community.

Thank you for signing up!

Every week, you’ll recieve valuable advice and
recipes that will help to make living gluten free
a little easier.

In the mean time, I want you to do two things.

Thing #1:

Open your email and reply to the
questions I have for you.

Thing #2:

Prepare yourself. I whipped together some great
stuff for you, and you’ll receive it soon, so keep an eye out.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Talk soon,
Andrew Cordova

andrew cordova

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Cathy VanFossen

    Thank you for your work, it is so appreciated!!

  • Teri

    Hi Andrew,

    I’m looking for a recipe for gluten free pasta made in an electric pasta maker (I’m using the attachment for my mixer). Any suggestions? Thanks!
    teri

  • Amber

    I just found out about this website and I’m so excited! I’ve had celiac disease for over 24 years and to find more food ideas that I can actually eat is awesome!!

  • http://weareglutenfree.com Rob

    Thank you for the time you put into this knowing you are helping us. THANKS

  • V.Ruth Jenkins

    that #97 looks wonderful! Thanks for doing this

  • Anne Wing

    I SO LOVE THESE GF RECIPES – MAKES ME HAPPIER AND HEALTHIER

  • Donna Belles

    I am thrilled to find more gluten free recipes. I found out almost a year ago that I was gluten intolerant. When I took the gluten (wheat, corn, soy and oats) out of my diet, I was able to get off all my diabetes medications. I was diagnosed with diabetes over 6 years ago. And by the time I found a doctor who actually looked into why my body couldn’t process the insulin it was producing, I was taking 2000 mgs. of metformin, onglyza and 22 units of basal insulin at night. I have been medication free since Oct. 10, 2011. In June, my A1C was 5.7 so, basically, it put me in the pre-diabetic range. It makes me wonder how many diabetics are really gluten intolerant. Thank you SO much for this website. I’m sure I will find some great recipes!!!!!

  • Meran

    HI, I’m already signed up but the response box I was typing the following message in made me re-sign up.

    anyway, I was in the store just yesterday and the package of Brach’s Candy Corn said ‘processed in a plant that also processes wheat, etc.’ This means I can’t partake. So, it is NOT GF, or safe, as per the list which says they ‘practice good manufacturing practices’ cleaning up. The cleaning up part is only as good as the guy working that day; if he’s wanting to leave because it’s the end of his shift or it’s lunch or he wants a cigarette break, my belly literally bleeds.

    I miss my candy corn and pumpkins :(

  • http://www.shoshannawithers.com shoshanna withers

    please please keep doing what your doing i have been getting sick so much and finally found out it was because i was celiac.

  • Martha Alexander

    Thank you for all your work!

  • JennEver

    Thank you for all your hard work and Knowledge! You have saved me a lot for being cross Contaminated. Keep up the amazing job!!

  • Amy Bassler

    1 in 33 people have celiac this is not a fad. This is a necessity for everyday living.

  • Nancy J Miller

    Thank you so much for the labeling of the medication list that came out also for all the foods that are fantastic. My son thought the gluten foods would be grainny, but after I made the cakes and cookies with Olive oil and sticking to my old habits of cooking the Italian way, He said they don’t taste like the store brand stuff.
    I substitue gluten free flour for real flour in all my cooking, and use a lot of flax seed in my soups. I grow my own herbs all year round. I have certain herbs for the cats to eat so they will not touch what I grow. My Vitamin D has been up to normal in the summer, but now it fall going towards winter we are having problems keeping up. So the Diabetes is back. The doctors are working hard to keep my system on the right track and your foods are a great help.

    Thank you very much…

  • Carrie Hertel

    Thank you! I think it is great that you take the time to try to help and promote the Celiac community. You have made an impact on peoples lives in more ways than you will ever know! Keep up the good work : )

  • julie

    Thanks so much I have two siblings affected and we appreciate your advice!

  • Kim

    Your website is awesome!!!! Love it :)

  • Damaris

    Hi! I just want to say that I’m so thankful to have found your site. Im planning to try many of your recipes. It has only been 4 months since I’ve been diagnosed with celiac and it has not been easy since I’m the only one with this disease. For as hard as I try I’m constantly getting cross contaminated. I need to find recipes that everyone (hubby & kids) will enjoy without gluten in it.

  • Angela Conklin

    Hi Andrew…
    Just want to thank you for being so on top of things…your newsletters and info are one of the few things I make sure to read unconditionally…some of them have saved my life. Literally.
    Thanks again.
    Angela

  • Peggy

    Thank you for all of your hard work. I also am allergic to lactose, dairy, and pork. So any little bit of advice helps! Thank you again.

  • Kathleen Krueger

    Thank You Andrew for all the great work you are doing for those of us in the gluten free community. You are like “bright sunshine” for all of us dealing with a gluten free lifestyle. I can’t thank you enough for all the energy you are putting into this endeavor. I feel I can safely state for the others who look to you for guidance in saying that we are immensely grateful for all that you have done to keep us informed while being “upbeat” with sharing much needed information.
    Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

  • John Vann

    Really appreciate the latest info you send…..for those with “cross reactive” symptoms from other foods also (likely from too many anitbiotics over the years), take a look at the Cyrex Labs website and Immunolabs tests that can help pinpoint problems that lead to the same “IBS” type symptoms from gluten. I had no idea about some of the ADDITIONAL foods that were causing problems until I went to an ND (not a naturopath, but a naturopathic doctor from one of the four accredited schools)……keep up the great work!!!

  • polly

    thanks for the site with the info. My 16 yr old son was just diagnosed with celiacs and hes having a hard time so Im searching for whatever helps him!

  • Brandee

    Thank you for doing all of this footwork. Love you for it!

  • Brenda

    Thanks for the eggplant pizza recipe….not just us gluten free people love it! My husband takes the left overs for lunch..one of the people at work saw it and now it is her favorite too!

  • http://Www.sensitiveinseattle.com Marla at Sensitive In Seattle

    Thank you for being another resource for us! I look forward to reading your e-zine!

  • Carol in Cincinnati

    I found I was Celiac in July 2011 and since that time I have been eating nothing but gluten free, however; it seems to be making no difference in my diet. I am still losing weight and having all the other nasty side affects from from it so I guess we are going to do more testing. Yipee, NOT. I really would like to know what is causing the problems. The doctor did say he seen something on my liver at the initial testing so I guess that’s the next route. Wish me luck and prayers are most definitely welcome. I’ve lost over 25 pounds since being diagnosed.

  • marie

    i’m so glad i found ur site, thank you!!!