Jennifer Harris

Who is Gluten Free Go To Guide?

Jennifer D. Harris, based in Atlanta, is a gluten-free consultant, product specialist, and News Editor for Gluten Free Living Magazine. After she was diagnosed in 1997 with celiac disease, Jennifer began a mission to educate businesses and consumers on the boundless possibilities of living a gluten-free lifestyle. In addition to offering keen insights on gluten-free products, Jennifer founded the Gluten-Free Go-To Guide to equip businesses with the skills they need to extend their dining selections to the gluten-free consumer.

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  • Restaurant Review: The Alden in Chamblee
    Serving Sunday brunch and dinner Tuesdays through Saturdays, The Alden in Chamblee is truly a hidden gem. Their largely seasonal menu consists of modern twists on Southern classics conceived by accomplished Chef Jared Alden Hucks. Dishes are prepared with locally and regionally sourced ingredients using the labor-intensive style of tweezer placement. Dehydrated strawberries, bee pollen, razor […]
  • Product Review: Zeia Foods Pizza Crust
    While the natural foods industry is busy stuffing vegetables in pizza crust to create a more wholesome experience, I have found a gluten-free crust (vegan, soy and nut-free too) that makes my house smell just like a pizzeria. Discovering and sharing new gluten-free product finds is definitely a passion, and this crust from Zeia Foods […]
  • Gluten-free dining options abound in Atlanta
    May is National Celiac Disease Awareness Month, designed to raise awareness each year about celiac disease and dispel those pesky myths that the media, celebrities, and fad dieters continue to spread. But people who are gluten intolerant or gluten sensitive don’t have to wait for May to arrive to dine at their favorite establishments—many of […]
  • Something to Talk About: Atlanta’s Gluten-free News – May 24th
    There’s a new protein option on the menu at gusto!. Ahi tuna, seasoned with salt and pepper, seared and served chilled, makes a deliciously satisfying addition to gusto!’s menu of fresh, flavorful bowls. And since all items are cooked to order, add some ahi tuna to any customized gluten-free bowl ($11.99). Guten Brand’s gluten-free beer is […]
  • Something to Talk About: Atlanta’s Gluten-free News – May 3rd
    Bolay, a build your own bowls with a 100% gluten free menu full of nutrient-rich ingredients, may be opening in Atlanta. TonetoATL reports that “while early social media posts seemed to indicate expansion to Atlanta was on the immediate horizon, openings in Atlanta, while still planned, are likely “a year or two out at this […]
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