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Travel Gluten Free Podcast
Gluten Free Baking and Food Storing for the Holidays with Rylie Cakes
Rylie of Rylie Cakes first discovered she was Celiac during her college years. Her first memories of baking gluten-free were at Thanksgiving. She remembers throwing out many of the first editions of her converted holiday recipes and learning step-by-step by baking in her college dorm to create delicious gluten-free baked goods that her gluten-eating friends absolutely loved! She got the nickname “Rylie Cakes” from bringing her delicious baked cookies and cupcakes to college gatherings.
“I started to reach a point where I would hear from other people that aren’t gluten-free ‘Wow, this is really good!’. That’s when I knew I was getting somewhere!”
In college, Rylie decided to take up training in the culinary arts. She worked during the day and went to school starting in the afternoon and late into the night. Rylie enjoyed every minute of her culinary training. After she graduated, she decided to start her own bakery, Rylie Cakes.
Rylie Cakes Bakery started out offering five different desserts and quickly grew into a small cafe. During the time spent at her bakery, Rylie created several different baking mixes, including biscuit mix, bread mix, pie crust, and shortbread mix. After several years running her bakery, she decided to take her mixes and sell them to consumers to eat and enjoy!
Listen in to find out holiday gluten-free baking tips, why Rylie chose eco-friendly packaging for her products, and how to store your leftover holiday food. Learn why she decided to base her business in Seattle, why you must label and date your frozen food, and how to use the FIFO method of food preparation and storage.
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