WIN-It-Wednesday: Starfish Gluten-Free Seafood
When people ask me what food I miss the most since going gluten-free one of the things that pops into my mind are fish & chips.
Ahhh… the memories. Nicely battered, browned and crispy on the outside with a delicate, white and flaky fish on the inside. These memories bring me back to when I was growing up. We had fish and chips on most Fridays, and always during the Lenten season. It was a sort of tradition, and a weekly staple. But since being on a gluten-free diet most anything that is labeled as “crispy” and “battered” have been off limits, and battered fish has been a distance delicious memory of yesteryear. That is why I was more than thrilled when I found gluten-free Starfish seafood.
Starfish makes a wide assortment of all natural gluten-free seafood items. They offer the battered cod, halibut and haddock that fit the bill when you are looking for a traditional just-as-you-remember battered fish; as well as their two newest items – gluten-free fish sticks (deep skinned Pollock fillets from the MSC certified fishery) in a delicious & crunchy Panko breading, and a Parmesan encrusted Pacific cod (also from the MSC certified fishery).
These all-natural and wild-harvested fish are gluten-free, soy-free, milk-free, peanut-free, egg-free “ready-for-your-oven” fish are all delicious. And coming from a gal that grew-up on Cape Cod I have discriminating tastes when it comes to my seafood!
So being the seafood lover that I am, I was more than thrilled that Starfish is the Win-It-Wednesday sponsor on BeFreeForMe for the next two weeks.
One (1) winner will be randomly selected to win a prize pack of Five (yes… 5!) FREE product coupons from all entries received before Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 11:59 PM EST, and one (1) more winner will be randomly selected to win from the entries received between Wednesday, March 27 and Tuesday, April 2, 2012 at 11:59PM. SO – make sure you enter two times to win!
How can you win?
Reply to this blog and let us know what Starfish gluten-free seafood item looks the best to you. (Me? My beloved battered cod for my fish and chips!) or what seafood item you miss the most since being gluten-free.
Good luck, remember to thank your lucky star(fish) that there is tasty gluten-free fish items to enjoy … and as always …