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The Schoolhouse Blog is written, edited and maintained by me, Aidan Brunn. On occasion, I may link to products and services on where relevant. You may also find banner ads and affiliate links. These are of products and services that I have used or use regularly and can confidently give you a thumbs up on. If you click through any of these links, at no additional cost to you, a small commission is thrown my way if you make a purchase.

If I do work with a brand, I have done the thoughtful work of vetting them completely for you. If I am writing about a product or service it’s because it’s changed my life in a significant way; either made it better or worse (and you can trust me to be straight up!).  If I am offered something to consider and it is not a good fit for my standards, this website and for you; you won’t see it here.

All content published here including recipes, photos and images are property of Schoolhouse Gluten Free Gourmet and is under copyright. By all means, we are happy to share if you’re interested in using a recipe or photo. However, let’s be clear: You may share 1 and LINK BACK to the original piece on this site, giving full credit to Schoolhouse Gluten Free Gourmet. Please, do not copy and paste the original recipe, writing or image on your site. That’d be stealing. And that’s not cool. Pinning is always welcomed and appreciated though!

All recipes contained on this website are gluten free (when made with gluten free ingredients!). Be mindful that many companies producing ingredients may claim to be gluten free while using the same processing equipment to produce gluten products. It’s up to you to discern that – read labels and keep your kitchen clean. We are not responsible for any adverse reactions or effects resulting from the use of any recipes or suggestions found on this site.

I am not a certified nutritionist, medical professional or make any claims to play one on the internet. This blog is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition but rather offer resources instead. Content should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. Everyone has different dietary needs/restrictions and decisions made about your health are ultimately yours and yours alone. It’s up to you to decide whether an ingredient is appropriate for you or not. It’s up to you to decide what goes into your body!

Comment Policy: Let’s keep this a friendly neighbourhood. No emotional punching or yelling. Comments that are inappropriate will be removed!

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