If you are allergic to grains, baked goods are guaranteed not to be on the menu for you. On National Grain Free Day, means on February 21st every year, we celebrate the many simple alternatives and alternatives that can be made for those who still love the taste of grains. Did you know that cauliflower makes a delicious addition to fried rice? People even use it as a base for tortillas and pizza crusts. And have you ever tried almond or coconut flour in your favorite cookie recipe? The flourless macaroons and flourless chocolate cake are really my favorites! Even if you're not sensitive to grains at all, you may find that making these changes will flatten your belly and smooth your muffins. And it's something to celebrate any day!
History of National Grain-Free Day
In 2018, Wolfe man’s Gourmet Baked Goods in Oregon wanted to find a way to celebrate their new 5-pound cinnamon bun. They decided that the best way to do it was to create an even bigger bun; greater than 1,100 pounds. That's the size of an adult cow! Wolfe man’s broadcast the process live, much to the delight of foodies around the world. Once completed, this delicious monstrosity used 350 pounds of flour, 378 pounds of cinnamon sugar, and more than 13 dozen eggs. The Guinness World Records were sold, piecemeal, for charity at Medford's annual Pear Blossom Festival. Celebrate National Bun Snail Day by crossing the top.
In 2019, Siete Family Foods established National Grain-Free Day to assist people whose diets require them to eat grain-free. By raising awareness, they hope to bring them back to the table, enjoying a family meal again.
How to celebrate National Grain-Free Day
The celebration celebrates family and friends getting together to enjoy delicious food as they always have. While you're gathering friends and family, try one of these great ideas to celebrate the day!
- Swap delicious grain-free recipes to develop your talents.
- Cook together, experiment together. Choose some new ways to enjoy your favorite grain-free foods.
- Try something new. There may be a new undiscovered favorite family.
- Share every successful dish.
Don't forget to use the hashtag #NationalGrainFreeDay to share on social media.
ObservedNational Grain-Free Day has been observed annually on February 21st.
Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Siete Family Foods on February 18th, 2019