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freedible is where custom eaters connect and crowd-source the solutions we all need to thrive.


By custom eaters, for custom eaters.

From food allergy to fitness, freedible is where custom eaters connect and share the solutions we all need to thrive!


Filter recipes that are actually made for custom eaters to find ones that work for you!

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From traveling freely to free-from cooking, browse tips from custom eaters like you!


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About Us
Estimates are that as many as 1 in 3 U.S. households follows a restricted diet - so why are we each reinventing the wheel?

I'm the founder and creator of freedible: the social platform for custom eaters.

I was plunged into the world of food restrictions after adopting a baby with a mast cell disorder that causes extreme food sensitivities: to this day, he can only tolerate 15 foods. Through caring for him, I discovered my own food intolerances.

Suddenly, my family's health was transformed simply by changing our diet - but there had been nothing simple about it.

I created freedible to make it easier for all custom eaters to connect with others who eat like you do, to find and share the recipes, tips and stories we need to thrive and to support the innovative bloggers and businesses making innovative new foods that more of us can eat.

Freedible is a free platform, and all the content you see here has been shared by our members, with original photography from our talented Community Manager, Rebecca Sherrow. We're supported through services we provide to help our food brand members meaningfully engage with consumers and influencers like you.

Freedible is a boot-strapped, mom-run, family-owned business. Our tiny team is fueled by our passion to empower custom eaters, and we're proud to be part of the "women in tech" revolution.

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Cheryl Viirand
Founder, CEO & Mom-on-a-Mission

freedible tips!Read the ingredients, call the company and check the tags!
We provide our recipes search function as a free service to the community, and while we do our best to make sure  all the recipes our members submit are properly tagged with respect to the ingredients inside, it's critical that you confirm that they're safe for you! Freedible serves a broad community, some of whom have life-threatening allergies and others of whom have mild sensitivites. Thus, when tagging a recipe as "free" of a particular food, we do not take manufacturing advisories into account with respect to whether the product was produced in the same facility or on the same line as the offending food, because to do so would be unnecessarily limiting to our users whose food constraints are not cross-contact sensitive.  Therefore, while we invite you to use our search filters as a starting point, by using this service you agree that you are responsible for determining which foods are safe for you, including reading the ingredients for all products used therein, and contacting the manufacturers directly to confirm that each food has been manufactured in a way that is safe for you. We do our best, but we cannot assume responsibility for any errors of omission or comission in how our recipes are tagged or identified.

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