“Gluten-Free 101” Cookbook Giveaway

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I was sent a copy of Gluten-Free 101: The Essential Beginner’s Guide to Easy Gluten-Free Cooking by Carol Fenster (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014). This is your chance to win a free copy. Be sure to read my review of this cookbook and find links to two recipes from this cookbook at Gluten-Free 101 Review. Good luck! (This giveaway has ended. Please find the winner at the bottom of this page.)

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Be sure to read all of the instructions to enter this giveaway.

One (1) lucky winner will receive the following:

    • Gluten-Free 101 (paperback)

The estimated total suggested retail value of prizes is $19.99.

Eligibility

This giveaway is open to U.S. shipping addresses only.

How to Enter

Do step No. 1 below (mandatory), and then do additional steps if you desire to enter for additional entries. Add a separate comment below for each step you perform. Each comment counts as an entry.

        1. Comment on this post below explaining why you wish to enter. (mandatory).
        2. Like Gluten Free Carla on Facebook Page. (optional) (1 extra entry)
        3. Share this giveaway on your Facebook wall or page with a link to the giveaway. (optional) (1 extra entry)
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What you should know

  • This giveaway ends at 11:59 pm PST on March 20, 2014.
  • The winner will be announced at the bottom of this page on March 21, 2014.
  • The winner will have until 11:59 pm PST on March 24, 2014 to reply to the winner’s notification email to supply their U.S. shipping address and phone number. If they do not respond within that period of time, a new winner will be chosen. Therefore, use an email address you check often, or check back to this page on March 21, 2014 to view the winner announcement. All shipping addresses, phone numbers and email addresses are kept confidential.
  • The winner is chosen at random using a contest software application. It chooses winners by the comments left. So, be sure to add separate comments for each step you complete. However, you only need to add the mandatory comment of “why” you wish to enter for one entry.
  • Prizes are shipped directly from the publisher.

Disclaimer: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt publishing company provided me with a free review copy of this book. I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a giveaway in return for the free book.

See all current Gluten Free Giveaways.

And the winner is…

Chuck Hampton!

Congratulations, Chuck! You have until 11:59pm PST on March 23, 2014 to reply to the winner’s notification email to send your U.S. shipping address. If you do not reply within this time period, a new winner will be chosen.

Again, congratulations!

190 Replies to ““Gluten-Free 101” Cookbook Giveaway”

  1. I eat a gluten free diet because of gluten intolerance. I am always trying to find different recipes and I love your posts on Facebook about new recipes to try. I would love to win a cookbook :)

  2. Both my kids are allergic to gluten so, this cookbook would be great for me to find recipes for not just them but as a family.

  3. My husband has dermatitis herpetiformist and has just recently had to stop taking the meds for it due to possible liver damage from it. I was just diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease. This would make it so much easier to transition to a gluten free lifestyle so we both can be healthier for our girls.

  4. I have an autoimmune disease & my Dr has decided that I need to be gluten, dairy & egg free. I have been doing this since Dec and am getting tired of the same old things I need to learn some tricks to make dinner less boring and I have never been a good cook to begin with. Now with the restrictions I am eating plain salads, veggies & chicken I need to know how to make new things.

  5. I read your emails, posts on Facebook, Pinterest and looking for new recipes to substitute some of my favorite foods.

  6. My youngest daughter was just diagnosed with Celiac’s disease and this cookbook would help as we begin our journey down thw GF road.

  7. I am recently diagnosed and am working on getting gluten free. I so badly need a recipe book. It would be amazing to win. Thanks for the opportunity.r

  8. I am entering to win cookbook because being gluten free and learning how to cook after 50 yrs of eating gluten it is very challenging. I research and look for recipes and a cookbook would make it much easier. It seems everyone in my family including grandchildren seems to be intolerant and I’m trying to help everyone to eat gluten free.

  9. My daughter has KP and I have tummy issues so we are just about to go gluten free. Looking forward to feeling better!!

  10. I love trying new recipes and have always had great luck with yours. I’m sure these would be just as great.

  11. I would love to win Carol’s cookbook. I have made some of her recipes from her other ones. I am always looking for new and exciting recipes to help with Gluten Free cooking. Thanks,Donna

  12. I entered by doing #1 (comment), #2 (liked facebook page), #4 & #5 (twitter follows), #7 & #8 (pinterest boards – luv ’em!), #10 & #11 (google+ follows – “gluten-free”), #13 (newsletter sign-up), gave you “klout” (in food, recipes, food allergies, & baking), and subscribed to you on youtube. Oh, and I pinned some of your pins onto my boards, also.

    Thanks for the opportunity/chance to obtain your new cookbook!

  13. I would really like to win this cookbook because, although I cook pretty simply for myself, I sorely need some ideas of what to make when I invite others over for a meal. In other words, I’d like to make something special which I can eat (being a celiac) and also serve with confidence to my guests!

  14. I’d love to win this cookbook. I have been trying to take a GF dish to every potluck and get-together, and it has been great to have others come up and say “I didn’t know I could make my own recipes.”

  15. Please enter me in your contest. I have heard great things about this woman, Carol. As a matter of fact this last Purim a sister made her recipe for GF “Hamantaschen” which is a triangle cookie, that everybody raved about!

  16. My family has never been “diagnosed” with gluten-intolerance, we are trying to be healthier so we have decided to go gluten-free! This would be a great tool to have in my cupboard. Thank you for the opportunity to sign up for a FREE cookbook! (You have the best website for gluten-free recipes.) :)

  17. I have been gluten free for about a year after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease. I have tried a variety of gluten-free products that are sold in the stores, but would prefer to make my own healthier gluten-free foods. The cookbook would help me accomplish that and give me more ideas on what to prepare for meals :)

  18. I’ve been cooking gluten-free for my daughter about a year and a half and am starting a cookbook collection for her

  19. I decided to go gluten & dairy free to help treat CKD, caused by what my dr says is an unknown autoimmune disorder, I’ve had lots of tests too. I could really use more recipes as this is a new world to me.

  20. Posted on behalf of Eva (split comments as previous follows/signups count)

    “Damn, I already signed up for Rudi’s newsletter MONTHS ago so that obviously doesn’t count, and I have nothing in the social media outlet. This better be a lucky entry!”

  21. I’m in college, and am in DIRE NEED of new and fresh ideas on what to cook! Being GF/DF/EF, this poses as quite the challenge. I have a whopping one cookbook, but I had to leave it am home because I had no room to bring it when I was moving back into my dorm. I’ve been stumped, so this would be a lifesaver! LITERALLY, I mean, you need to eat to live, right?

  22. I found out 6 years ago that I was allergic to 6 food items with wheat the highest. So besides allergy shots. Eating gluten free makes my health problems controllable!! Cooking and baking gluten free have been a challenge and the cookbook would add new color to my life.

    Glad to find the free recipes. I’m mixing up some of your “Flour Blends”, trying to improve and convert my recipes.

  23. I love cook books, and have a bunch. Diagnosed with Celiac Disease late January of this year, and starting over… I can’t believe the foods I have been finding gluten in. I need to go back to cooking from scratch!

  24. My 11 year old daughter has a connective tissue disorder called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and it causes chronic pain in so many parts of her body. We have discussed trying gluten free to see if it may help losses the inflammation and pain her body deals with. This would be an amazing start for us!

  25. I shared on my facebook since I have a few friends that are gluten free, and they too need recipes!

  26. I found out I was allergic to wheat over 20 years ago. Back then it was quite difficult to find good recipes. I am now thrilled when I find new cookbooks with delicious recipes to try and share!

  27. One of my children has a health issue that may be helped by eating gluten-free & low(er) carbohydrates. I also have food allergies and remember how much better I felt with less gluten and some other foods eliminated from my diet. Variety seems key!

  28. This cookbook looks like it would fit so many needs esp since I am at a 101 level. I’m hoping to learn & prepare nourishment that will help me feel better & be healthier.
    I am on Dbl & do not have discretionary funds to purchase this even though it is reasonably priced.
    I would be most grateful for your help.
    I would also like to share with the many others looking to learn & live healthier but simply do not have the funds… I’d serve them food samples to further their motivation.
    Thank you for any considerations

  29. I am in the middle of a 10 day detox diet and would love to continue to keep gluten out of my diet after its done. I’m going to need a lot more recipes to accomplish that goal and I would love to use the cookbook!

  30. I’m following an antiinflammatory elimination and gluten free food plan, and would like a variety of good recipes to use as I continue to improve my health.

  31. I would love to receive this book, as I am wheat intolerant & I am interested in learning how to cook healthier foods.

  32. I would make such great use out of Carol’s book! I have used her waffle recipe several times and I absolutely love it!!

  33. I still need so much help with gluten free recipes. I made 2 things the other day and I had to throw them in the trash. YAK!!! HELP!!!!!!

  34. I am gluten intolerant and trying so hard to do gluten free in a household full of gluten eaters. I might get a little more support from them if they could just try some GOOD gluten free recipes, so I’m hoping this book will help.

  35. My family is new to the gluten free lifestyle, and the havoc being glutened can create. Having such an awesome cookbook as a resource would be a blessing.

  36. I am new to gluten-free cooking and would love to have this cookbook to get some good recipes.

  37. I recently discovered that both my young daughter and I have Celiac’s. This cookbook would be a wonderful way for us to start figuring out how to live gluten free!

  38. I would love to win your book because I love your recipes. I follow you on Facebook and Pinterest. Thank you

  39. I’d love to win this cookbook! As a newbie to the GF world my family is getting tired of the old rotation of recipies! Thank you for all the Facebook, Instagram, and twitter ideas!!

  40. i want to start going gluten free, i was reading and i think that i will benefit from it.
    i try to buy as much a i can going GF, but i will be awesome to get some instruction, direction and recipes to start.

  41. I would love to have this cookbook. I have 2 of Carol Fenster’s books and really use them a lot. I am always looking for new recipes.

  42. I would like to win this for my daughter. She is newly married and trying to be a gluten free cook.

  43. I would love to win because I am relatively new to the gluten free lifestyle. I went into it kicking and screaming. LOL But I have no choice now and my family is having to come with me, so any good recipes I can get my hands are will be very helpful for us all. BTW, I LOVE your site. I have gotten some great recipes. In fact, I’m using one tonight. Making chicken potpie with your pie crust recipe. It smells wonderful.

  44. My friend is completely gluten free and every Tuesday she makes me lunch at work. We trade various things to even it out, but how wonderful it would be to be able to contribute myself! (And besides, this stuff is delicious!)

  45. Would love to win this cookbook. I’m still learning about living gluten free and cooking/baking gluten free. I miss so many “normal” foods.

  46. I’m a recently diagnosed patient looking for inspiration to make people more aware of the problem.

  47. My husband is celiac and needs to be gluten free. I would love to have this cookbook to make gluten free food for him.

  48. Recently found out I am sensitive to gluten and am learning how to cook all over again. This would be soooo helpful!

  49. I want to win this bok to have more gluten free options and learn more about gluten free cooking.. I’m gluten/wheat intolerant and I also have sphincter of oddi dysfunction and the intolerance to gluten sets off the horrid pancreatitis attacks.I cook for a living and love baking but these new flours are a definite challenge for me !

  50. Recently diagnosed with Celiac Disease, having snit fits adjusting… My taste buds haven’t been happy!

  51. I have and use some of Carol Fenster’s previous cookbooks and love them, so I would appreciate winning a copy of this one.

    I also have two giveaways of gluten-free cookbooks on The Crispy Cook blog if anyone would like to enter.

  52. I was recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance and type 2 diabetes and obesity is a problem I struggle with too am not sure how/what to eat

  53. My husband & I are newly gluten frre and need lots of help coming up with recipes. I would love to win this book.

  54. Being new to the gluten free lifestyle Carol has provided clear and concise recipes that are easy to follow and create. She has been a godsend for simplifying a very complicated lifestyle change. Thank you to both of you for providing this gracious gift.

  55. This book looks fabulous. Thank you for offering it and posting the recipes. Can’t wait to try them.

  56. My husband has finally expressed a desire to learn more about cooking and baking gluten-free!!! I am so excited! He doesn’t have to, but because I suffer with a wheat allergy, he wants to learn more about it (after 3 years). This book would really help him!

  57. I was diagnosed with celiac disease one month ago and am totally overwhelmed with information and new cooking techniques. I need Carol Fenster’s book NOW.

  58. This looks like a great book!! Has not been easy to find out you cannot have gluten at 53. This would help a lot!!

  59. My wife has trouble finding books that have gluten free recipes that taste good and would like to have a wide variety of recipes

  60. I would love to win the gluten free cookbook because I just received a call from my toddler’s dr telling us of his allergy. I don’t even know where to begin. This will be a big change for our diets.

  61. At 31, it is extremely difficult to transition to a gluten free diet- so my 10 year old daughter has decided to take the journey with me, and this book would be perfect for us <3

  62. I would love to win this book, because I am newly off wheat and trying to be 100% off gluten but am still learning about it. Thank you!

  63. Always looking for new gluten free books!! Good to have info on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, too!!! :)

  64. This book would be so nice to get my hands on! I am new to this diet and am looking for any and all recipes that I can make. Would be great for my kids to help me make some of them as well! Thanks for offering this as a chance to win!

  65. We are new to this diet & already seeing huge improvements to our children’s health & our own. However, we are just learning. This book sure would help. Love Carla’s recipes! Thank you, Carla

  66. I wish to enter this giveaway because I have just recently gone gluten free and need more recipes to help me stay the course. It doesn’t hurt that I am a cookbook hoarder also:)

  67. I need to find recipes to incorporate my family needs as well into transitioning into eating Gluten free. Plus a way to get more nutrients into my daily diet.

  68. I have recently been diagnosed with an auto immune disorder. I have to change to a gluten free diet and I have a family to prepare food for. I need some help.

  69. I am having trouble getting enough nutrients on this diet and have lost a lot of weight. I need help feeding myself. Thanks!

  70. I have only been GF since the week before Christmas 2013 and I am looking for great recipes, this would be a fantastic addition.

  71. I made the decision to go Gluten Free because I am diabetic and have been encouraged by my doctor to eat less grains for years. My ten year old son began having a lot of stomach problems and acid reflux, so after doing some research I decided to go ahead and start us out by going gluten free. Since I have, his stomach problems have completely disappeared. This has encouraged me to continue this lifestyle and begin to go even low carb myself. I would love to have this recipe book to help me come up with new recipes that even my slightly resistant husband might like. Thank you!

  72. I would LOVE to win, because I am gluten sensitive and wish for my family to join me as gluten free. I know it would be easier if the food I presented was good. LOL It’s more fail than pass with most of the recipes I find online.

  73. sorry, love to win, my mother and I are both gluten free and always looking for recipes to share between ourselves and to feed others.

  74. I’m new to the gluten free world (as well as trying to also incorporate low carb.) I’m trying to lessen the effects of multiple illnesses and could use every bit of help.

  75. I’ve really been trying to get more creative in my cooking lately and would love to see what’s in this cookbook.

  76. I recently discovered I have a gluten intolerance and I’m having a rough time changing the way I cook and finding new gluten free meals I like. This cookbook could really change the way I live!

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