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My Top 10 Favorite Gluten Free Blog Posts from 2010 That I Didn’t Write


My Top 10 Favorite Gluten Free Blog Posts from 2010 That I Didn’t Write


This was really hard to narrow it down to 10.

Wait, let me back up.  It’s the end of the year, and traditionally people do the “top” lists.  I decided to do something just a bit different.  I could go back and pick my top 10 favorite blog posts that I’ve written but I try to add posts like that to Gluten Free and Fit 101.  Of course I miss some, so if there’s a post you think I should add, give me a holler.

Instead of my top 10, I decided to try to choose my top 10 favorites that other gluten free bloggers have written.  And let me tell you, this was a doozie.  There are so many awesome bloggers out there, with so many wonderful posts…the decision was impossible.  There are no criteria that I can give you, other than these are my personal choices.  I’m pretty sure they’re not what you would expect, but they are very interesting.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

In no particular order:

This was too good to not be posted again. Thanks Melissa!

So what’s coming in 2011 here at Gluten Free Fitness?  You can expect more wackiness, not really recipes, and other ramblings.  Also, be on the lookout for exciting announcements regarding the gluten free community and real food.  Myself along with some other wonderful individuals are cooking up something wonderful.

And in case you need a little reminder-here are 5 ways to avoid a New Year’s Resolution Fail.

Have a happy, safe, gluten free holiday everyone!

14 comments on “My Top 10 Favorite Gluten Free Blog Posts from 2010 That I Didn’t Write

  1. Great idea, Erin! I’m adding this to my top ten links! I remember most of those posts too, which means they really must have been memorable. And I especially loved that post of Karina’s.

    • Heidi my dear,
      It’s my pleasure. You have been an inspiration all year long as you journey through your health discovery.
      Best wishes to you as well! Like I said on Facebook, I see great things coming for all of us 🙂

  2. What a wonderful roundup, Erin! I remember all of these posts 🙂 … and I’m so happy to be included. Boy, am I in great company! Thanks so much, dear, and I’m glad you are going to keep being you, too. 😉 I’m excited about all the possibilities for 2011 and look forward to meeting you in person (I know it’s going to happen!) and helping you send great gf goodness out into the world.


    • Shirley my partner in crime,
      I too feel very confident that 2011 will be the year I get to meet many of my online friends! Can’t wait to see what we can cook up. With the lot of us, there is a metric TON of GF goodness to send into the world 🙂

  3. Erin! I love this round-up! And I so agree with Shirley that we are definitely in some wonderful company here! Thank you for choosing one of my posts to include here! And that Android App is coming. Just working on some other details. It was more complicated than I thought.
    I hope yo had an amazing holiday season. I am so excited for all of the wonderful things to come for our gluten-free world in 2011!!

    • Ah Kim, I’m just teasing about the app. I can only imagine how complicated that all can be…although when it does come to fruition it will help all of us who are “I” challenged!
      I hope you had an awesome holiday season as well! I read your posts but don’t get to comment as frequently as I would like-the downfall to reading on my Google reader on my phone while in line, etc….
      Anyhow-yes, gluten free real food domination in 2011 🙂

  4. Erin,

    Thanks so much for sharing my post – I am honored and really grateful that no one laughed me out of blogger world with that post. Yes, I love my Almost Pumpkin Pie and it’s one of those meals I eat that satisfied my sweet tooth. I’m getting a healthy meal and I don’t have to overindulge. Just one of those little tricks that I have up my sleeve.

    I agree with everyone else – you did a great job at picking these posts. Being included made my day.

    Big hugs!

    • Amy,
      That was an awesome post! It showed that even with all your incredible recipes (and upcoming cookbook, people!!) that you keep it simple and nutritious for everyday, that not every meal has to be a big production, even for a cook as talented as yourself.
      Food doesn’t have to complicated to be tasty and good for you.

  5. Hi Erin – Thanks so much for a great roundup of posts. I am totally honored that you included She Let Them Eat Cake. Thanks so much! And now I have a great list of posts I can go back and read! Happy New Year!

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