"Is this gluten-free?" has become the ubiquitous foodie phrase of 2014. And, we can understand why. The diet has been credited with the elimination of celiac disease symptoms like stomachaches, joint pain, rashes, and cramps — and that's just to name a few. But, despite its health benefits, some people are still stuck on the idea that gluten-free dishes have to be bland, basic, and boring.
Luckily, a new San Francisco-based culinary magazine, GFF (which stands for Gluten-Free Forever), is setting the record straight. The quarterly publication, which was funded thanks to Kickstarter, will feature contributions from well-known chefs and food writers, as well as gorgeous photos and tasty recipes that celebrate the very best of gluten-free living.