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  1. Thanks for the info. That college in PA sounds great! Are there more like that out there?
  2. What college cafeterias are there that are "in the know" on celiac? Are there any that truly plan meals, lasagnas, etc. that are gluten free (as opposed to the plain chicken and steamed vegetables that you eat everywhere you go and get tired of it kind of thing...) My son has celiacs. He'll be going to college next year. He really doesn't like to cook. I am disabled and can only cook some. My 80 year old mother-in-law has been cooking a lot for him but is now in the hospital following cancer surgery. My 6ft tall son is still only about 120 lbs (he dumped a lot of weight in two weeks time...just before we found out why). But that was two years ago. I feel like he needs safe food fixed for him to ensure he eats enough... He's into computer science. Thanks for any suggested colleges to feed my son!