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CreativeKat

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  1. *sigh* sleep eludes me....

  2. Hi Lindsay! That's SO wonderful that you're already making Gluten free food and welcome to the forum! ~Cheers
  3. I think the thing I miss the most is perogies! I've made a perogi casserole which is mashed potatoes layered with cheese and lasagna noodles which is totally yummy...but not exactly the same... I tried making my own perogies also...but the dough is pretty hard to work with to get them to stay together...:S
  4. Hey Everyone! Just moved to Vancouver B.C and I'm looking for a new doctor, preferably one that actually knows about Celiac Disease. If anyone can help, I'd be grateful! Thank you all!
  5. I just moved to Vancouver from Edmonton, and as far as I know, I couldn't find ANY doctor in Edmonton who even knew what Celiac Disease is, never mind one I would get advice from...sorry that all I have is bad news but if you contact the Edmonton Celiac Association chapter, someone there might have a list of doctors
  6. Holidays can be hard and I don't think you should ever feel sorry for venting, if not here, then where? At least here we can all sympathize and relate I felt like I should reply to your post because my gluten free diet made me love food again... Before I was diagnosed, I cried myself to sleep wondering how people had the energy to play sports, or even go for a run..all I ever did was sleep and all I ever was was depressed...food was just a means to keep my body going... After my diagnosis, I freaked. "What the hell am I going to eat?!" especially the going out places with friends (I was newly 18 when I was diagnosed so I'm sure you could see the teenage stress with hot dates and eating out haha ) But then I got into the food network and cooking and OMG my eyes were open! All you need to do is replace some ingredients with gluten free ones and you can make anything you see on tv! Since then I've become more accustom to cooking for myself and I've made everything from my own bread and even as far as pizza and chinese food! Either way, I would try not to get too disheartened though there is something to be said about someone developing a gluten free cooking channel!