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Food We Love- Join multi award-winning author Tania Hubbard

Tania Hubbard award winning author of Food We Love
Tania Hubbard award winning author of Food We Love

Enjoy an informative evening with award-winning author Tania Hubbard at Sunshine Coast Council's Maroochydore library from 6 to 8pm on Thursday, February 18.

Tania is the founding director of Gluten Free Grain Free Pty Ltd and Tania Hubbard Pty Ltd and is one of Australia's leading authors and authorities on gluten and grain-free living.

She has won multiple awards as a food manufacturer, presenter and educator. In 2009, Tania founded Australia's first free-from café, Husk and Honey in Nambour. She sold the business in 2012 to focus on writing, and launching her range of award-winning cake, biscuit and bread mixes.

Winning Sunshine Coast Outstanding Business Woman of the Year in 2012 saw Tania recognised for her work to research and produce nutritionally dense and high quality food.

Her first book, Food We Love, is a much-loved gluten and grain free recipe bible. Tania said her bestselling cookbook was more than just about gluten-free, grain-free cooking.

"It is a story about how to make choices that suit your life, that help you feel better and have you waking up happy every day," she said.

Hear Tania talk about life as a food entrepreneur and the release of her new book Abundance.

Light refreshments will be available and catered by Tania herself.

The literary event, with local nutritionist Cyndi O'Meara as Master of Ceremonies, is part of a series of Sunshine Coast Libraries author talks hosted at various locations across the region.

Tania's books will be available for purchase at the venue.

Tickets are just $15 per person and bookings are a must via council's library website.

Topics:  gluten free library seniors sunshine coast


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