Gluten Is the Secret Ingredient to Perfect Pancakes

Betty Gold

Betty Gold is a Senior Digital Food Editor for Real Simple, where she writes, assigns, and edits the food- and nutrition-related content for realsimple.com. Prior to Real Simple, she was a Senior Editor and Product Analyst at Good Housekeeping and spent time working with the James Beard Foundation, Bon Appetit, Food Network Magazine, and The Martha Stewart Show. Betty holds a degree in Food Studies & Nutrition from New York University. When she’s not writing articles (and drinking wine in the name of "work research"), you can find her running, cycling, and chasing a Golden Retriever puppy around New York City. Follow her on Instagram at @bettyrosegold.

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