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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. Thanks. It sounds easy enough. I will have to try it.
  3. Thank you all so much for your suggestions. It is true I don't have a lot of time because of my little one, but I am a stay at home mom, so I can manage to spend some time for something I really need. Luckily I was never big on bread (probably my body telling me it is bad for me). But now, after 2 years of not eating any bread because all store bought gluten-free breads I tried were cardboard, and because THANKFULLY my daughter doesn't have Celiac and I feed her all regular foods I have started to crave some of the things she eats which require bread(like grilled cheese sandwiches). I want to try to make my own bread because I am hoping it will be a little better than the one in the store. The only thing I liked store bought was a frozen english muffin type of bun, but it had a sweet taste to it and I couldn't eat it as a sandwich or anything other than toasted with jelly. I will try out some of your recipes and hopefully I can find a favorite. Thanks. By the way, I live in Cleveland, Ohio There is a store called Nature's Bin where I shop for gluten-free stuff and there is Heinens where I get my pasta. Other than that, not much to choose from in the way of gluten-free products. Plus, specialty gluten-free products are killing me financially. I prefer to find regular store product which do not contain gluten, but I am not good at reading the labels. I always think that one of those names I don't understand might be a gluten ingredient. PS. Is there a gluten-free BBQ sauce found at the supermarket?
  4. Hello, my name is Roxanne. I am new to this forum. I am trying to better educate myself about gluten free cooking. I got diagnosed 2 years ago, but since then i got pregnant and had a baby and as many of you know it's a hard adjustment and i didn't really have time to read posts and learn more about the gluten-free diet, so I pretty much stuck to simple recipes that i knew were gluten-free and still i think i might be contaminating myself due to lack of knowledge. So, I decided to try to educate myself more. One of the most important things is to try to find a GOOD gluten-free bread recipe. I found this ad online and it sounds sooooooo good, but i'm afraid it might be too good to be true. I was wondering if anyone has ordered and/or tried this. Here is the link: Please let me know if this is for real or not Also, wether this is real or not, I was hoping those of you who have been dealing with this much longer than have might have your own delicious gluten-free bread recipes that you're willing to share. I would also appreciate any advice you can give me as to what books I should purchase to help me in identifying gluten-free foods at the supermarket. Thank you so much. Roxanne