All posts by Jet Widick

About Jet Widick

Jet Widick is the founder of Gluten Free Sage, a weekly publication that promotes healthy food, healthful lifestyle, mindfulness and minimalism. She believes that each of us longs for artful experiences and that we need to be well and inspired to help us become the best, most beautiful versions of ourselves that we can be.


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Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Holiday Ease

Can you believe the holidays are already here? Thanksgiving is less than a week away and the early arrival of guests and those staying throughout the holiday weekend means you may have several meals to serve in addition to Thanksgiving Dinner. The last thing you want to worry about is meal planning the rest of… Read More


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Cuban Pulled Pork Stuffed Avocados

On the hunt for a delicious Fall weather dinner idea? There’s not much that can make a cold and cloudy day more bearable than a warm and comforting meal. However, sometimes hearty cold-weather fare means high-calorie comfort foods. It doesn’t have to be that way. You can find ways to lighten up even the richest… Read More


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Highland City Club

I first met Erin Robinson at the Alchemists Breakfast at the 2017 DENT Conference. I instantly liked her down-to-earth style and, turns out, she has many of the same interests as me. We instantly clicked. After breakfast, I noticed her name tag said Colorado as we continued our conversation. I explained that Boulder was on… Read More


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How the West Won My Heart

It began as a love affair with Spaghetti Westerns, then turned into a serious and lasting romance when I traveled to Vail, Colorado in 2015… sunshine, mountain air, wide open spaces and beautiful faces! I’d been dreaming of another trip out West for MONTHS. Photos of bison would make me tear up. Road trip songs… Read More


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Sweet As Tupelo Honey & Good As Gold

Light gray with a touch of yellow… that’s the color that surrounds you after a hurricane visits, then leaves. Branches down, bits of grass stuck to your windshield and car doors; everything is weathered like two years have passed and it was just 24 hours. When the sun comes out again after a big storm,… Read More



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Why Inspiration Matters

About a year ago, I wrote this post about inspiration and why inspiration matters. It began with happy memories of the pop culture years of the late ’60s and how they kept popping up throughout my days—as either a wistful thought or nostalgic feeling. This seemed too much of a coincidence. I wanted to investigate… Read More


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Slow Food Summer

I’m recommending a Slow Food Summer. C’mon… it’s summertime and the perfect time to experiment with whole, healthy foods and new recipes, gardening and fishing (even scalloping) too! Some of us still have a few weeks left of summer, so why not go ahead and make the most of it. We tend to go for… Read More


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Sacred Spaces

My favorite time of day is First Light—the time in early morning when light first appears and before the sun rises. When you’re all alone in the morning, you’re able to consciously embrace the calm and the quiet all around you. This silence allows you to focus on self-reflection and opens you up for inspiration.… Read More