Share Your Opinions About Food

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Communispace for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Many of you who read this blog have strong opinions about food.  As people who have to eat gluten free (for a variety of reasons), we’re forced to think about food and read food labels more than most people.

I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2000.  Since then, the way I eat and cook has changed dramatically.  At the time, I was not someone who particularly loved cooking, but I didn’t dislike it either.  As I was forced to learn to cook new foods, I found that I greatly enjoyed the challenge.

Along with changes in cooking came changes in shopping.  Reading food labels was eye opening!  For me, it’s been a good thing.  It means I have given more thought to the food I eat, and not just regarding whether the food is gluten free.  Reading food labels makes me think about what I’m putting into my body.  I also give more thought to how and where the food is grown.

Every time I choose organic over non-organic, grass fed over corn fed, non-gmo over gmo, etc., I hope that my choice makes a statement.

Share Your Opinions

Whether you’re passionate about heath or simply love to cook, if you would like to voice your opinions about food or the food industry, I have an opportunity to share with you.

I want to say upfront that I have not yet taken part in this opportunity myself, nor do I know all the details.  What I do know is that it’s a chance to voice your opinions and be compensated for your time.

Communispace is an agency that manages online communities for research purposes for major companies.  I do not know what company this online group was created for.  It may be a company that you support, it may not be.  Either way, your opinions can make a difference.

They are looking for people to share their experiences and opinions on cooking, nutrition, hunger, food production and safety, animal welfare, agriculture, the environment, and sustainability.

You can do so by joining an online forum.  You would need to log in (at whatever time suits you) for 10 – 15 minutes per week.  That’s it.  You will earn a $10 appreciation gift ( per month.

The community is password protected and they never use it for solicitation.  To join, you must take a survey to qualify. Take the survey to join here.

To learn more about Communispace, Visit Communispace’s website.

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About Linda Etherton

Linda has been gluten free since 2000 when I was diagnosed with celiac disease which propelled me into the world of gluten-free cooking and baking. I am convinced that gluten-free food can and should be delicious, and I never apologize for serving it.
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  1. Linda, I took the quick survey and at the end they accept or decline you. I was declined, maybe because I like all range-free animals and organically grown food, or maybe they consider me too old, lol.

    • Hmmm. That’s interesting. I hope it’s not because you prefer range-free and organic. I used to do focus groups and was often declined because of age. They were looking for a certain number of people in different age brackets, and some brackets filled up quickly. Maybe that was it. Thanks for letting me know.

  2. I too was declined, said was they got all the responses they needed.

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