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celiacprincess17

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About celiacprincess17

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  • Birthday 11/22/1992

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    Female
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    I write, read, act, text, and paint my nails, though not all at the same time. I'm about to start my senior year of high school with the idea about going to college to major in either nutrition or business leaning towards finance.
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  1. Alrighty. I'll do my research. (: Thanks for the advice!
  2. Oh thank you so much! That makes tons of sense. (: I may just start the question process and then follow up once school starts. I'm with you on the love of tea. That really helps; a friend is actually allergic to caffeine. I'll try cutting out (well, cutting back...) on sugar rather than all caffeine sources and see if that makes a difference.
  3. Well this is late... But hi. I'm Cassidy; my mom and I are the co-chairmen (chairwomen?) of the local support group. If you get this... We're going to P.F. Chang's on July 14th for the summer Dinner Out. (:
  4. Ooh. So I ask about that before saying yes or no to the meal plan. Thanks (:
  5. So I don't get the meal plan, right? (I'm really, really new at the college thing...)
  6. That's really good to know. If you don't mind me asking, did you have a roommate? I think it'd be cool to have a gluten-free roommate, so it might make the whole eating thing a little easier.
  7. Oh that's neat. (: I didn't even think about grocery stores on campus. I'll add that to my list of questions. Thanks! Cass.
  8. Oh boy. I have my work cut out for me. Do I have to wait until I'm accepted into a college before I call and ask questions? And on an unrelated note, I saw in your signature that you're eliminating caffeine. Do you know if white chocolate has caffeine? I'm having issues with acne and that seems to be the problem (or, it went away when I cut down on it).
  9. Woah! That's just awful. I'm the co-chair (with my mom) of the local Celiac group. We used to meet at a place that's only rule was that everyone had to order at least a drink. We did, and many of our members ordered a couple cups of coffee or a meal. We never, ever had someone (at any of the places we've met) give us a hard time. I'm sorry ):
  10. Allison, I read it, thanks! (: I'm kind of hoping that someone has something to add to it. Cass.
  11. Hi all. I'm new to the forumn stuff, but NOT new to a gluten-free diet. After 12 years, I'm pretty good about what to eat. Or what not to eat. I've traveled with the school and without my parents, so I can handle eating out. I'm going to be a senior, and I'm dealing with the whole college search thing. I'm an only child so I have no idea what to do. Any suggestions on where to go? Or if not, what questions to ask as far as eating on campus? I know I'm supposed to talk to Health Services or Dining, but can you have microwaves or a fridge in a dorm? Thanks, Cass.
  12. Cassidy, 17&1/2. I was diagnosed 12 years ago. That's before there was "all purpose gluten free flour". Baking was awful. Actually, that was before decent bread... Our breadmaker made one very lovely doorstop before it was retired. I like to talk, and answer questions. Oh, and making friends. So hi (:
  13. I know this is really late, but Chick-fil-A fries are really good, and safe.
  14. is writing about being 5...