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gpierre

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  1. Forced my wife to make them for me Love them!!!
  2. A friend of mine (also suffering from celiac) lives in Seattle and when I visited him we also went to Da Vinci - was nice there :-) He knows all gluten-free restaurants in the area - so if you are still interested send me a pm or check out his contact information on his homepage. I bet he would be happy to give some information!
  3. Wow, I actually learned a lot from this discussion. I actually never thought that people would react differently to vodka made from different non-gluten sources. That's quite interesting! I guess I have to pay more attention to what I drink....
  4. Unfortunately my insurance didn't cover it!
  5. I would assume that Tesco products are the same (almost) everywhere and if I am abroad I definitely rather shop for the brand that I know are safe. Of course a double check on the ingredients list is a must!
  6. I recently visited a friend of mine who is also celiac in France and can now confirm that they offer a wider range of gluten-free products there called type produits sans gluten. My friend has recently acquired property in France close to Paris and he says that most supermarkets there have an organic food section where he can find everything he needs. Eating out is a problem tough, this is why we always had dinner at his house - it is just less complicated.
  7. I use the gluten-free neutrogena series!
  8. I think it is unfair to accuse you of "hurting" your family. That is simply not true!
  9. It is good that there are so many alcoholic drinks that we can actually drink. Woodchuck Cider is one of my favourite drinks!