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jendenise

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About jendenise

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    Reading, Racing, Researching CD, spending time with my fiancee & his daughter, shopping
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    Las Vegas, NV
  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. LV celiac disease Support Group meeting at the New Whole Foods Market in Henderson, Nevada, at Green Valley Parkway and 215. We will have a guest speaker from the CDF Foundation, do a guided food tour of the new store, and have a gluten free tasting prepared by a guest Chef from local restaurant Low Calzone. For more info email lvceliacsupport-owner@yahoogroups.com.
  3. Hi, if anyone lives in the Southern Nevada area and is looking for a support group or wants to come to a meeting we are having one on April 22nd 2006 at Whole Foods Market in Hendrson at 9:30 am to noonish. There will be a guest speaker, a tour of the new store and a gluten free tasting. We are trying to set up a luncheon after the meeting as well. For more info you can email Jenn at lvceliacsupport-owner@yahoogroups.com.
  4. The Las Vegas Celiac Disease Support Group is holding a meeting at Water To Go at 2265 N Rampart at the corner of Lake Mead and Rampart in the Smith's Shopping Center. Members will receive a special discount on all gluten free purchases on this day. The meeting will run from 2:00 pm to approximately 4:00 pm and attendees are encouraged to bring their fave recipe, food, or book to share with everyone. Please feel fre to stop by our site http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/lvceliacsupport/
  5. You can also join LV Celiac Disease Support Group We might have some restaurants that haven't been mentioned yet.
  6. The LV Celiac Disease Support Group is having a get together at Water To Go. All members of the LV Celiac Disease Support Group will receive a 15% discount off all gluten free products. There will be a list handy for anyone to add requests for gluten free items they want to see Water TO Go carry. gluten-free food samples will be available, as well as celiac disease literature and a gluten free presentation. Water TO Go offers lower prices on gluten free foods than other gluten free food outlets and have been wonderful about letting us meet at their store. LV Celiac Website:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/lvceliacsupport/ For more info please email Jennifer Heinemeier at lvceliacsupport-owner@yahoogroups.com
  7. The LV Celiac Disease Support Group is having a get together at Water To Go. All members of the LV Celiac Disease Support Group will receive a 15% discount off all gluten free products. There will be a list handy for anyone to add requests for gluten free items they want to see Water TO Go carry. gluten-free food samples will be available, as well as celiac disease literature and a gluten free presentation. Water TO Go offers lower prices on gluten free foods than other gluten free food outlets and have been wonderful about letting us meet at their store. LV Celiac Website:http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/lvceliacsupport/ For more info please email Jennifer Heinemeier at lvceliacsupport-owner@yahoogroups.com
  8. You've been approved. Thanks for joining. Please let your mom know there is a celiac disease meeting at Water to Go on Rampart and Lake Mead tomorrow (15 of October) at 2:00. You can find the address on the support site. I hope she is able to make it we have some great samples of gluten-free food available, there will be a speaker discussing a gluten-free related topic, and we will also have some gluten-free baking mixes being given away. Oh yeah, and all members will get a 15% discount on gluten-free purchases (including gluten-free vitamins). Hope to see her there! Jenn
  9. Although neither of you reside in Vegas, you should check out our local group and sign up. You can then get info on local restaurnats that have gluten-free selections. Also, since your mom lives in Henderson maybe she could come to a support group meeting some time. I think she would enjoy it. The link to the website is: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/lvceliacsupport/ just click the join in tab and I will approve you. Make sure you set your settings to get all the messages from the day in the daily digest so that you aren't overwhelmed by emails!! Jenn in LV
  10. Hello, we are planning a meeting at Water To Go in Summerlin for the 16 or 17 of October. Please join the LV Celiac Disease Support Group for up to date info. The link is http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/lvceliacsupport/ Hope to see you sign up! Jennifer H
  11. Hey all, just wanted to post that the Las Vegas Celiac Support Group is active again after almost a year of being inactive. I took over our group effective 9/11/2005 and am looking forward to helping our group grow and share lots of information. If anyone has any suggestions, ideas, helpful hints, etc... I would appreciate them whether from other group leaders or from those in a group or anyone else! If you know anyone in LV who has celiac disease please pass the info on! Thanks Jenn in LV
  12. Jessica, this is Jenn in LV from USASillyYaks, I had to re register here because I haven't been active for so long. Glad you posted letter writing campaign info here! Hope everyone here sees the importance of raising awareness and joins in.
  13. I just want to say that I completely understand how you feel. I was diagnosed w/ celiac disease when I was 18 (in college and living on my own as a vegetarian who didn't & still doesn't cook) Here's my survivor list: Microwave Electric skillet Toaster web address for amys.com (www.amys.com) they have gluten-free foods and all are vegetarian (gluten-free lasagna, mac n cheese, enchilladas, stir fry, etc, all are microwaveable) crock pot blender (put frozen strawberries, blueberries and bananas in w/ some ice & apple juice) there's breakfast George Foreman Grill ( I eat shrimp & started eating turkey bacon recently) wheat free soy sauce take w/ you when you go for sushi I also have a "dry supply" These are my ready made ready to eat foods. Envirokidz nutrition bars (berry, chocolate, peanut butter) Ener G pretzels Pam's gluten-free cookies Envirokidz cereal Kraft marshmallows gluten-free Rice Cereal (malt free brand) for rice krispies you can make in crock pot! potatoes (for baking) gluten-free Soups (cook in slowcooker) & a binder of the restraunts that have gluten-free foods, and the list of gluten-free foods. Hope this list helps, good luck
  14. Yes No, but I have quite a few relatives w/ diabetes Female Good Luck w/ project....
  15. I tried making gluten-free mozzarella sticks 2 weeks ago. I used mozzarella, and for the batter I used Bob's red mill all purpose gluten-free flour along w/ gluten-free bread crumbs from my local whole foods store and pepper. I mixed flour, crumbs & pepper and put aside. I heated olive oil until it was very hot. I beat an egg and dipped the mozzarella slices into the egg then put them in my flour mixture covered them w/ flour and let them set for a few minutes, then stuck 'em in the hot oil. Unfortunately, I thought they were way too greasy, and the mozzarella either didn't get warm completely through, or it melted through the batter, maybe w/ more experimentation they'd get better.