I am Meeta, the food blogger behind Grain Free Table. I have always been a foodie at heart, and love to enjoy a variety of foods from around the world.
I currently live in Los Gatos, California. My other passion is traveling, which I will hopefully start writing about some day.
I am a wife and mom to two incredible (yet often crazy) daughters who are, of course growing up faster than I like. You will often see my girls in the kitchen with me as they love to cook and bake.
When I am out of the kitchen, I love to be outside, enjoying time with my family. You can often find us hiking and doing outdoor activities, especially when the weather is beautiful.
What will you find on Grain Free Table?
Here at Grain Free Table, you'll find the following.
- Gluten-free comfort foods, desserts like delicious gluten-free chocolate chip cookies, and recipes that will be sure you always have the best gluten-free holidays.
- You'll also find many allergy-friendly recipes, such as nut-free and dairy-free since a gluten-free diet is often associated with other intolerances.
- Gluten-free resources about ingredients, gluten-free product reviews, celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and ways to help you stay gluten-free outside your kitchen.
- An email newsletter where I share new recipes, new gluten-free finds, and tips and tricks for living your best gluten-free life.
- And much more!
How to connect?
- Have a question or want to work with me? Feel free to shoot me an email at email@example.com
- You can always find me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for more fun and recipes.
- If you want more information about connecting, you can find it by clicking here.
More about Meeta and Grain Free Table
Grain Free Table came about as I wanted to share grain-free and gluten-free recipes to help people with gluten intolerance. Some people even have intolerances to gluten-free grains, like rice and corn. That is why many of the recipes on the site are entirely grain-free. Over the years, I have opened up and started sharing recipes with some grains, which has opened up ideas and recipes that are not always grain-free but still gluten-free and delicious. Because of that, you'll find both kinds of recipes on the site.
Going gluten-free for the first time isn't easy. The first thing you need to understand is what gluten is and what it's labeled as because once you understand that, it opens up many food choices without relying on the certified gluten-free labels.
I would recommend sticking with recipes that use simple ingredients. Don't try to overcomplicate something if you don't have to—recipes like my Louisiana Style Red Beans and Cauliflower Rice, Swedish meatballs, and BBQ pulled pork.
Maybe! I will be the first to admit that turning certain recipes gluten-free isn't always easy, but I love a good challenge. If you have an idea for a recipe you'd like to see gluten-free, send me an email or shoot me a message on Instagram.