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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Juliem, You are definitely correct. At first I was hurt, but now I am relieved. Having Easter elsewhere will make it more enjoyable for me. Thanks Mindy
  3. Thank you for all the recipe ideas and tips. I will try them. ...if you ever find that pill for the family let me know!! My husband and son have been a great support and one brother also-as he has a close friend with celiac disease. It is just the rest---. Thanks for the support. Mindy
  4. Thank you for that info, I will look her up. Thanks Mindy
  5. Thank you for responding and the recipes. where do you fine gluten-free Dijon Mustard-Annie's? My familt at time is reconsidering me to have Easter. I did not know that there was a gluten-free mustard. I get more hope each time I find something new I can have. Thank you again. Mindy
  6. Thank you so much for replying and for the recipe. The chichen with raspberry sauce sounds good. But my mom just mentioned to me today that my brother feels that maybe I should not have Easter. This is part relief and part sad, as I feel left out. Moms responce to me was why can't you just take a pill for this and be over it. (I was adopted and so no one in my family is affected by Celiac Disease.) So at this point I am not sure if I will have an Easter Brunch or Dinner. Thank you again.
  7. Hello, I was diagnosed the first week of December 2007. I am just learning how to follow diet. Every year my family comes over to my home for Easter and I don't know what to make. Besides no gluten I can't have dairy and having trouble with egg and chocolate. The egg and chocolate where allergies I had years earlier- did natural things to clear these up and was able to have both for the past three years, but they seem to be acting up for me again. Does anyone have recipe suggestions that my family will enjoy. To them my diet is bland or gross. Please help. I would for all of us to eat together and enjoy it! (Christmas- I had to bring my own food and then watch them eat Christmas cookies and such ) Thanks for reading. Mindy