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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Simply Twisted

Spiralized veggie noodles are my new favorite thing. I’ve been spiralizing zucchini for awhile as an alternative to pasta, but these fun, twisted vegetables seem to be everywhere now—along with so many great recipes and ideas for easy gluten free meals! Fresh vegetables are like sunshine. They brighten my day, add colors to my meals,… Read More


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Celiac Awareness Month

May is Celiac Awareness Month. As someone who lived with undiagnosed celiac for much of my life, it’s incredibly important for me to spread the word about this serious genetic autoimmune disease. I have a super clear memory of DREAMING of hiking to the top of a mountain without stopping. I was young, thin and… Read More


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Life Gifts

When I was in the imagining phase of expanding Gluten Free Sage and—at the same time—creating Sage Words as a book, over and over again I would think about how was I going to make this happen?! This big idea of a website and a poetry book had me on the edge of my chair.… Read More


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The Science of Art

How an artist or a photographer sees a flower, and how a scientist sees a flower, do not have to be separate. There’s no right or wrong. Everyone feels art and sees science in different ways. The science of art – or, if you prefer, the art of science – are both a means of… Read More


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Disconnect to Reconnect

I just returned from a weeklong trip through the country of Cuba. Living off the grid has taken on an entirely new meaning to me. Take a moment and think— What does it mean To have fresh water to drink? To splash on your face, brush your teeth And hydrate your body with its exquisite… Read More


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Cook It In Cast Iron

I like a light lunch, but didn’t want to go out and wasn’t in the mood for my usual apple with peanut butter, a salad with chicken, or big bowl of soup. So with a good nudge and a little inspiration from the latest issue of America’s Test Kitchen Cook it in Cast Iron, I… Read More


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National Poetry Month

Today is April 30 and the last day of National Poetry Month. I’ve been excited to celebrate this monthlong event for many reasons: First, I love poetry! In all its manifestations. Second, it healed me. Third, I met my personal goal to self-publish two illustrated poetry books. And for so many other reasons—especially that poetry… Read More


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Baked Spaghetti Squash

Baked spaghetti squash is a great replacement for pasta! It surpasses corn pasta (or any gluten free pasta) in how it tastes and makes you feel. It’s light, delicious, full of vitamins, and effortless to prepare. The BEST thing about spaghetti squash as a gluten-free alternative, is that once it’s roasted, the fibrous, crunchy strands… Read More


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Dreamin’ Tree

With all the static in the room and lots of people talking, I overheard it: “I’ll never be right again. I want my old self back.” I hear this a lot. In real conversations, or something I’ve read. People look for a way to feel well, or unencumbered from a memory of how they may… Read More


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Nature’s Apothecary

So happy to share that I received a lovely assortment of essential oils from Aroma Foundry! Essential oils are nature’s apothecary. Like a misty morning, a warm towel from the dryer, the best cup of coffee or the way the sun feels on your face, essential oils make life feel a lil’ bit more special.… Read More