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Category Archives: Gluten Free Events

>From the Road: A Rally Update

Posted on September 27, 2010

>Car #60 (Dough and Anastasia) on the road in rural Mongolia last week Today marks the end of the longest scheduled break during the Peking to Paris motor challenge: 48 hours of free time in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Although it was replaced as the capitol city by Astana in 1997, Almaty remains the largest commercial center  Continue Reading »


>Coming to you from Kazakhstan, a Manti Recipe!

Posted on September 24, 2010

>We would first like to give a brief shout-out to a few stores who have recently begun carrying products from the Glutenfreeda Foods, Inc. line: Atkinson’s Markets in Idaho are now carrying our burritos! Find them at Giacobbi Square in Ketchum, Alturas Plaza in Hailey and at the Valley Market in Bellevue! Broulim’s will now  Continue Reading »


>Border Crossing & A Traditional Russian Recipe

Posted on September 22, 2010

>We rejoin the Peking to Paris motor challenge in southern Russia today as the teams race between Mongolia and Kazakhstan! No news is good news in terms of mechanical issues (yay!). It seems that more than a few competitors had to fly in replacement parts from the nearest dealership (even as far away as Australia!)  Continue Reading »


>Gluten Free Foodie Weekend & the Northwest Naturals Show

Posted on September 20, 2010

>Happy Monday everyone! Over the weekend, I had the exciting opportunity to attend the Natural Products Northwest 2010 exhibition! In addition to representing Glutenfreeda Foods Inc., I was able to connect with other wonderful gluten free manufacturers: Udi’s Handcrafted Foods, Rudi’s Bakery, Hain Celestial Group, Zing Bars, WOW (WithOut Wheat) Baking Company, Happy Baby Organics,  Continue Reading »


>And Now, For Something A Little Different…

Posted on September 17, 2010

>This morning, the race picked up in Tariat, Mongolia with plans to travel 336km/209mi to Uliastay, in the western part of the country. Because Monday will bring us to the Russian border, we will wrap up our travels through Mongolia with an expected, if not traditional, recipe for Mongolian Beef. Although this recipe is far  Continue Reading »


>More from Mongolia

Posted on September 15, 2010

>Today marks the fifth day of the Peking to Paris motor challenge. Kicking off this morning in Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia, the competitors plan to cover another 360km/224mi throughout the course of the day, spending the night in Kharakorin. The weather in Mongolia is a pleasant 68 F during the day, dropping below freezing during the  Continue Reading »


>What do National Celiac Awareness Day and ground lamb have in common..?

Posted on September 13, 2010

>So much news today! The race has already left China, arriving in Mongolia yesterday! Go team! Don’t forget, you can track the progress of the race live(!) through Skytag (our GPS-enabled car is #60 – Douglas Mackinnon and Anastasia Karavaeva!) And although we have already left China, I want to share a few resources with  Continue Reading »


>Kicking off in Peking with a Recipe!

Posted on September 10, 2010

>Since you cannot race on an empty stomach, we would like to formally kick off the first day of the Peking to Paris motor challenge with a traditional favorite: Peking (Roasted) Duck! The recipe dates back to a manual written by the imperial kitchen inspector of the 1330s, developing into its present incarnation over the  Continue Reading »


>Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

Posted on September 9, 2010

> Already Thursday morning in China, the Peking to Paris motor challenge is only hours away! Here, both of the cars sponsored by Glutenfreeda: #60 (above), a 1939 Chevrolet Speedster (3600cc), driven by Douglas Mackinnon and Anastasia Karavaeva and #77 (below), a 1939 Dodge D11 Deluxe, (also 3600cc), driven by Vilnis Husko and James Kabrich.  Continue Reading »


>From Peking to Paris, Join Glutenfreeda in Raising International Celiac and Gluten-Intolerant Awareness

Posted on September 6, 2010

>Starting Friday, September 10th, Glutenfreeda will be racing from Peking to Paris, along the old Silk Road to raise celiac disease and gluten-intolerance awareness. The route covers over 8,900 miles through 11 countries: China, Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekhistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Greece, Italy and France and Glutenfreeda will be there all the way. Our cars,  Continue Reading »


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