K.C. Pomering found herself at a turning point after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2007. As an established food & wine professional, K.C. needed to integrate her new gluten free lifestyle into a busy schedule of traveling, dining out, and parenting. She created the concept for G-Free Foodie, a resource for flavorful gluten free living including the tastiest g-free products, a growing database of recipes and an extensive database of restaurants that offer gluten free dining options. K.C. has since collaborated with a number of medical professionals, gluten free advocates, nutritional experts, chefs and other incredible minds to expand G-Free Foodie’s content, with the ultimate goal of helping more people live deliciously gluten free.
K.C. has developed recipes for a number of clients, and has provided recipes and content for National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, Whole Foods, California Tourism & Travel Commission, and several gluten free online sources. She shares her gluten free expertise and zest for life at events around the country, and on a number of media outlets. K.C. also appears often as a cooking and wine expert on live television throughout Central California, is a frequent radio guest, and is a regular contributor on the K-Jewel Cooks radio show.
G-Free Foodie videos featuring K.C. teach both gluten free cooking basics and creative recipes in an easy-to follow format. K.C. is a Featured Partner on iFood.tv, a Star Chef on Stuffed Pepper, and a regular contributor to FoodTube. Her videos can also be found on Roku, GoogleTV and a number of mobile apps.
Through her Public Relations & Marketing firm, California Pomegranate Co., K.C. and her team represent a number of food & wine brands, launch new products into market, promote restaurants and produce events.
K.C. performs cooking demonstrations, hosts food events and teaches cooking classes often. Follow G-Free Foodie on Facebook to find out where she’ll be next.
She can be reached in her tomato garden, in her kitchen, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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