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Often someone who cannot have wheat, corn or rice due to an allergy or another autoimmune disease finds themselves eating celery sticks at the latest family gathering or office party. But what we truly miss are the traditional family meals and feeling included. The celebration sets out to create an entire day full of meals entirely grain-free.

The observance celebrates family and friends enjoying good food together like they always have. While you’re gathering friends and family, try one of these terrific ideas to celebrate the day!

  • Exchange delicious grain-free recipes to grow your repertoire.
  • Cook together – experiment together. Find new ways to enjoy your favorite foods grain-free.
  • Try something new. Maybe there’s a new family favorite yet to be discovered.
  • Share every successful dish.

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