Here are the winners of the last two giveaways. If you see your name here, check your In Box because email notifications will be sent out shortly and winners have 24 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen. (“Encrypted” email addresses are shown below when more than one entrant had the same user name, but the true validation is getting an email confirmation that you won.)
Note that a bunch of additional copies of books have been added—woohoo!—so we now have not a mere 65 winners, but 76 book winners! And with four more winners of the GF Jules baking products, that means there are a total of 80 winners! Congratulations to all!
There are so many great books here that even if you didn’t win, you might want to just click on the links (affiliate links—your price always remains the same) and snag a copy for you and a gluten-free loved one. And, of course, check out Jules’ products (gluten-free flour mix, gluten-free cookie mix, gluten-free pizza mix, and much more) at gfjules.com. GF Jules even offers fun t-shirts!
Last, I share a little bit of info about ZipList going away in a few days. Only those who have been using ZipList to save recipes from blogs and to create shopping lists need to read that info, unless you’ve been looking for ideas on how to save recipes and create shopping lists yourself!
Winners of the Epic Cookbook/Resource Book Giveaway
Kelly ([email protected])
Sue ([email protected])
Mary ([email protected])
Lisa R. ([email protected])
Danielle ([email protected])
The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook, Gluten-Free Cupcakes: 50 Irresistible Recipes Made with Almond Flour and Coconut Flour, and Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes from Elana Amsterdam ~ 2 winners
Plus Elana generously contributed a few more copies of her latest cookbook, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry ~ 3 winners
Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Baking Revolution Continues with 90 New, Delicious and Easy Recipes Made with Gluten-Free Flours from Jeff Hertzberg, M.D., and Zoe Francois ~ 2 winners
Jill ([email protected])
Joanna ([email protected])
Valerie ([email protected])
Jessica (J*************** @hotmail.com)
Beth ([email protected])
The Slim Palate Cookbook by Joshua Weissman ~ 2 winners
Jackie ([email protected])
Sharon @ What The Fork Food Blog
Trust Your Intuition: 25 Natural Medicine Confession from Influential Women Who Choose Healing Remedies for Their Families from Jenni Wilson, M.H. (and 24 others) ~ 1 winner
Gf Jules Giveaway Winners
gfJules Gluten-Free Flour Mix ~ 2 winners
gfJules Gluten-Free Cornbread Mix ~ 2 winners
ZipList Going Away
Last, just in case you have not heard, ZipList is going away. It’s shutting down with its last day of operation being on December 9. Some of you might not be familiar with ZipList and others of you might be using it to save recipes from gfe and create shopping lists.
ZipList’s last operational day is December 9. The FAQs on their site tell you how to save your data before it’s gone. ZipList’s team is recommending that you use Epicurious, but not all users have been happy with that option thus far.
Some readers are relying more on Pinterest to save recipes for the future. (I recommend that option and you can follow me—including all my pins from gfe and All Gluten-Free Desserts—on Pinterest here.) Others are using apps like Copy Me That, Plan to Eat, Evernote Food (or regular Evernote), Delicious, Paprika, Pepperplate, Spoonacular, and Meal Planner Pro. I don’t really know anything about these options so I recommend you check each of them out for yourself. Note that many of these are free options, but some do require a paid subscription.
If you currently use any of these options mentioned and like them or use another menu planner/recipe saver/shopping list creator, would you please let us know what you like and why in comments? Thanks so much!