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OhLaDeDa

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About OhLaDeDa

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  • Birthday 05/04/1973

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    Photography, reading, day trips with, being "crafty" every once in a while, spending quality time with my family and friends.
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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Richmond, British Columbia

    Well, we went and I successfully ate out. So if any of you are ever in the Richmond area try White Spot. From what I understand they are throughout British Columbia and Alberta. They worked with me very well and I had an enjoyable experience. Most important, I was able to enjoy the rest of my day without being sick.
  3. My hubby, son and I have to go to the Richmond area this weekend (we live in Washington), and I'm not sure where to eat. I really only have to worry about 1 meal. The only restaurants I'm familiar with are Earl's and Fogg N' Suds, and I'm not sure if they have anything I can eat. The last time I went to either was before going gluten-free. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
  4. Thanks for the replies. Since I started this thread I've been doing A LOT of reading. I'm going to try to find a good blend and just do it myself. So if you have any suggestions please feel free to share! Oh, thank you so much!
  5. Ok, I'm new to all of this. I've been looking through the posts trying to get an idea of products, etc. The only gluten-free items I've tried so far are the gluten-free flour and gluten-free pancake mix from Bob's Red Mill. Silly me, didn't look closely at the pancake mix ingredients and found out rather quickly that it has corn in it. I'm allergic to corn also. I've made cookies and biscuits with the gluten-free flour and it wasn't bad. I did notice a little bit of a grainy texture in the things I made. So, finally, my question is... Is the texture common among all the gluten-free products or was it just the brand I chose? Thanks for your input!