Teaching people how to cook and bake gluten free is a great fit for me. Teaching runs through my veins. I’ve been a teacher since I graduated from Boston University in 1976 with a degree in music education. I pursued and received a graduate degree in Early Childhood Education from Arcadia University in 1980. Put me in front of a group of people (kids or grownups) and let me teach what I know best, and I’m a happy camper.
When I went gluten free after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease in early 2006, I immediately began transferring my love of all things cooking and baking to my new gluten free life. Now, my passion has been given a new platform. I’m teaching gluten free cooking and baking classes that help people embrace living gluten free.
If you would like further information about my Gluten Free Baking and/or Cooking classes, please contact me here.
"When you're interested, you do what is convenient. When you're committed, you do whatever it takes." Stacey Morgenstern
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