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  1. Fruity pebbles are nice and safe. That's what we eat for breakfast a lot!
  2. I forwarded it to my boyfriend - good luck with your study!
  3. I would definitely disclose your celiac disease to your insurance company, because as Lockheed pointed out you might be sorry later on when they don't pay out part of or all of your money. My boyfriend has a term life insurance and he also asked for the conditions at his current insurer and other companies now that he is suffering from celiac disease. I am not sure if he stayed with his current insurance company, but it seems it is definitely worth shopping around!
  4. Hi everyone! I was just wondering where you all get your recipes from and was thinking about opening a recipe source thread where we can all put our sources from inspiration. I really like Karina's Kitchen - she has awsome recipes and the pictures of the food always look sooo nice. http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/ Other Suggestions?
  5. You are all so creative!!! Incredible! I will try to make a similar cheesecake from your suggestions. Thanks for the inspiration!
  6. My mother swears on her herbal remedies: ginger and lemon balm tea is what she uses herself and gives to all of her friends who have similar problems!
  7. My bf has tried the soy free and gluten free option and tough he says they don't taste as good as the one he used to eat earlier he still is fine that way and can overcome this chocolate cravings with that! It have actually tasted them and think they are pretty good - plus I don't have to hide and eat chocolate so that he doesn't see it and becomes jealous.
  8. I am also new to this disease and this list (and lots of other topics on this forum) helped me a lot indeed! I hope that after some time I will also be able to share my own tipps with all of you guys
  9. My bf has been diagnosed with Celiac disease and it is weired how many things have changed now - especially about our eating habits. We generally cook a little bit more and freeze it so that he can take it to work some time or the other. We're both not the biggest fans of instant meals, but we have gone for some Asian noodle dishes and Indian dishes that are quite good and gluten free.