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  1. Thank you so much for the elementary re-education in civics, but you completely missed the point.  A mother was helping another mother.  
  2. Can we puleese allow members to post their opinions without repercussion, Stephaniet?
  3. Pre-Occupation With Health

    Have you seen an endocrinologist and a rheumy?   If you pass their work ups, you can rest easy.     Here's a link you may find helpful, if you haven't hit it already.   Good luck.
  4. Gotta ski, thought of you when I saw this recipe.  Read 37 pages of members whose names begin with G and finally decided to just post it.  Looks like good stuff.
  5. Just check to see if they are made in China.   My girlfriend almost lost her beloved dig after she was feeding him dog food from China.  She sent a list of all dog foods and treats that were mfg. in China.  I believe pupperoni was on it, but Im not sure.   She advised that if you had anything on that list, you throw it out.   I imagine a cat would be more susceptible than a dog...
  6. You'd still get the raw end of the deal.
  7. P.S.  I'll make a menu plan for you if you'll come and clean my house.  
  8. That menu plan comes from a very reputable source.  Black beans and rice or red beans and rice has been a staple here since I went gluten-free and I never had a problem with it.  I had allergy testing and scored a 3 on a scale of 5 for being allergic to egg yolks, but eaten in moderation they don't bother me.     I bought a pressure cooker so I could make my own beans and use a G Foreman grill quite often for chicken and fish.  Those are my 2 tips for the day.      
  9. This turned up when I googled Gluten Free Menu Plan.   You'll need to make substitutions based on your food preferences.  You also might like to try a paleo cookbook.
  10. Could This Be Dh?

    I would try to avoid the steroid cream.  It causes thinning of the skin. Try the diet again and see what happens.   Or get him to a good derm. or ped if you want a diagnosis before putting him on a gluten-free diet and be insistent that he be tested.  I feel for both of you!   .l
  11. Just distract  them with conversation on the way into the restaurant.  They won't even notice, unless they want a burger on a big wheat bun.  If they get in a hissy about that, they can stop my Mc D's or BK on the way back to your placel   
  12. I love Bonefish Grill.  They're the bomb.
  13. Hi Michelle,   When you develop an insensitivity to a food, whack the food and go with an alternative.     A good substitution for salad dressing could be lemon juice and olive oil, or vinegar and olive oil.  If you want to make it tastier, add herbs or mustard.  In a few months, if you're feeling brave and adventurous, try the Bragg.s again.  Good luck.
  14. I had a reaction  to the anesthesia, which was soy based.  I probably could have worked from home, but I didn't feel safe driving.