Podcast Episode 39: Cup For Cup Gluten Free Flour Launch at Per Se

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The latest episode of Hold The Gluten Podcast is now live!

Episode 39 “Cup For Cup Gluten Free Flour Launch at Per Se” Features:

  • Maureen and Vanessa attend the Thomas Keller & Lena Kwak Cup For Cup Gluten Free Flour Launch
  • Chef Keller and Chef Kwak speak about what makes C4C so remarkable
  • Find C4C at Williams Sonoma and Bouchon Bakery
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Cup For Cup Gluten Free Flour
Devil’s Food Cupcakes, Lemon Cupcakes, and Raspberry Cupcakes
“TKO’s” (Thomas Keller Oreos), Chocolate Chunk Cookies, and “Nutter Butters”
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Maureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world.


  1. Thanks for sharing this, I live in Oklahoma so I wouldn’t be able to get this, do you think they would consider shipping some to me or do you know how I can get some of the flour to try it out.

  2. The pastries all look amazing but the ingredient list is disappointing: all starches & white flour. We’ll be sticking with King Arthur & other GF flours mixes with more nutrition.

  3. I was able to get one of the last bags of Cup 4 Cup flour at my local Williams Sonoma. Thank you for letting us know about it! I am super excited to try it! LOVE the Podcast please keep it up!

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