Food Saved Me: Grain-Free Flour Mix - daniellewalker.com

“This is not just a story about the healing power of food, but also the healing power of faith. The theme of faith is what kept striking me as I made my way through the book.” – Tina

“This memoir is beautiful- and is not just for those suffering from IBS, UC or Crohn’s, but anyone with autoimmune diseases or food allergies” – Laura

“Not a chapter went by without a legit LOL, big cry, and YES! because it all resonated so deeply. So many things I’ve said myself throughout the 15 years of figuring out things – and it was SO reassuring. But it’s not just a book for those with chronic illness. Because it is so raw and real, if there is someone you love that manages something like this in their daily life, this is for you too” – Traci

I can hardly believe that it has been over 3 weeks since Food Saved Me has been out in the world. It was an emotional roller coaster of a release week, but your kind words and endless support put such a big smile on my face. My hope for this book is that will reach the people it needs to and offer hope in their healing journey. I have read so many of your stories on how food saved you and all your own personal struggles.  I am humbled by each and every one of you who has been so open and vulnerable in sharing that with me.  This little community we have built means everything to me!

“As I continue on my autoimmune journey, I take comfort in knowing there is a community of people who have also chosen to tackle this beast through life-changing food adjustments … and it doesn’t mean missing out on the memories and traditions created around a table.” – Patty

One of the most special parts of this book is Ryan’s section, where he shares his perspective on being the caretaker. I have heard from so many of you saying that the chapter helped you understand a little better and gave options on how to show up in a productive and healing way.

“This book is for everyone. People who have been on this journey, people just starting, those who have a loved one searching for healing, those curious about food and how it can be delicious and good for us, those looking for an amazing story of courage and hope, everyone.”  – Carly

“This book is a MUST read for anyone with, caring for, or curious about autoimmune disease.” – Emily

 

Preorder Bonuses Extended!

As a thank you to all of you who purchased a hard copy, kindle, or audio version, I want to share my recipe for Grain-Free Flour Mix (titled Grain Free Pancake Mix in the PDF). This is a staple in my house. It was part of the preorder bonuses along with a handful of other exclusive recipes, and I want anyone who has purchased a copy of the book to also have a chance to make it!

To clear up any confusion – I originally created it as a pancake and waffle mix, but then realized it would work in muffins, coffee cake, and cookies so I’ve recently been calling it a Grain-Free Flour Blend/Mix!

In addition to the pancakes and waffles you’ll receive in this bonus PDF, I’ve also used this grain-free flour mix in my Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies and Apple Spice Muffins!

Grain-free flour mix used in a variety of recipes

Just input your online order number, or receipt number for in-store purchases of your copy of Food Save Me, and we’ll email you the freebie recipes! 

the email can take a little time to load, so please give it 24 hours to arrive! Also check your spam, it can often go there!

If you feel like you or someone you know may resonate with Food Saved Me, tap below to purchase a copy! Be sure to come back here with your order number to claim the freebies!

9/30/21

Food Saved Me: Grain-Free Flour Mix

COMMENTS

  1. Helga says:

    Oh that’s so sad, I bought it when I was in the US but now that I am back in México I threw away all the receipt numbers. I bought it in Barnes & Noble at The Cantera Shops in San Antonio. Is there any other Code or number that I can get from the book to get this Bonus?

  2. Helga says:

    I meant I threw out All the receipts, not receipt number

  3. Sandra says:

    Someone with Celiac I have enjoyed reading your journey. Knowing that life has its ups and downs and the honesty of your journey is extremely helpful.

    Thank you

  4. Grace says:

    I purchased your amazing book via Audible. Where do I find my order number? Thank You.

  5. Sue Beers says:

    I’m so enjoying your book. You made me see that I need to be more careful on what I eat. Even though I am gf dairy free and sugar free. And eat grass feed free range and organic there are other things that are bothering me. I need to get tested again. I can’t ignore it any more.
    A person can’t be this constipated and bolted for ever !

  6. Cindy Secord says:

    We love your cookbooks and your latest, Food Saved Me. I still struggle to stay away from wheat and dairy, but your recipes make it so much easier!

  7. Lauren says:

    Dear Danielle,

    I wanted to thank you for your latest book, Food Saved Me. I have followed you online for many year, and I knew the book would be impactful. I was surprised to struggling to read it- not because of the quality of the writing or message- but because I see so many parallels. The way you so elegantly and accurately describe the anxiety of waiting for and dealing with flares deeply resonates with me. It also was painful- but a needed pain to spur me to process more fully my own experience.

    I met you several years ago at a Bare event in Santa Monica. Desperate to meet you in-person, I came at the end of a business trip (I even brought my suitcase so I could head directly to the airport after). In the audience, I loved your talk, but I felt a little out of place. While the fellow attendees were oh-so kind, they seemed to all have found complete “healing” and were thriving. I was there in between flare ups that landed me in the hospital, with a lack of a concrete diagnosis/ treatment plan, and intensely worried about how my own autoimmune disease would impact my future— if I would be healthy enough to be in a partnership, to have kids, to remain active.

    This book gave me insight and peace in my decision to use western medicine when needed, but to also recognize the power of food— in both healing and the simple but powerful act of gathering with love ones around a table.

    I also had my partner read Ryan’s chapter, as I found it a gray window into the other side. The ability to ask for help is not my strong suit, so it was a great tool in framing a discussion around Ryan’s experience. I think he found it useful as well.

    Thank you for your honesty. And thank you for your continued vulnerability. Looking forward to your next book in the Fall of 2022.

    Best wishes,

    Lauren

  8. Lauren says:

    Dear Danielle,

    I wanted to thank you for your latest book, Food Saved Me. I have followed you online for many year, and I knew the book would be impactful. I was surprised to struggling to read it- not because of the quality of the writing or message- but because I see so many parallels. The way you so elegantly and accurately describe the anxiety of waiting for and dealing with flares deeply resonates with me. It also was painful- but a needed pain to spur me to process more fully my own experience.

    I met you several years ago at a Bare event at Venice Beach. Desperate to meet you in-person, I came at the end of a business trip (I even brought my suitcase so I could head directly to the airport after). In the audience, I loved your talk, but I felt a little out of place. While the fellow attendees were oh-so kind, they seemed to all have found complete “healing” and were thriving. I was there in between flare ups that landed me in the hospital, with a lack of a concrete diagnosis/ treatment plan, and intensely worried about how my own autoimmune disease would impact my future— if I would be healthy enough to be in a partnership, to have kids, to remain active.

    This book gave me insight and peace in my decision to use western medicine when needed, but to also recognize the power of food— in both healing and the simple but powerful act of gathering with love ones around a table.

    I also had my partner read Ryan’s chapter, as I found it a gray window into the other side. The ability to ask for help is not my strong suit, so it was a great tool in framing a discussion around Ryan’s experience. I think he found it useful as well.

    Thank you for your honesty. And thank you for your continued vulnerability. Looking forward to your next book in the Fall of 2022.

    Best wishes,

    Lauren

  9. Charlene Morris says:

    I just received my copy of “Food saved me “ yesterday. I cannot wait to read and try the recipes. I already had your book “eat what you love”

  10. Julie says:

    What if we don’t have our receipt from purchase? I bought my copy at Barnes & Noble but no longer have the receipt

  11. Cheri Hollenbaugh says:

    I submitted my email and receipt number from Target, where I purchased the book but I have not received an email with the recipes.

  12. Katrina Neal says:

    Feeling a little les lonely after reading your book

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