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melrobsings

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  1. Gluten free places to eat at those places please and thank you!!!
  2. Check out bee saws!
  3. I always travel with fruit, eggs and nuts and seeds. Fruit is great because they are pretty destroy safe and have their own container-their skin! And they are complex carbs so it lasts longer in your system.
  4. Hello, I have been trying out new recipes of stuff I made up that is gluten, yeast and refined sugar free. The last few loaves of bread have had a heavy bottom and I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I use the Cuisineart bread maker and I'm very happy with it, however I mix my breads in the kitchenaid mixer because I found the bread maker does not fix well. I have tried mixing longer and not mixing as much and I still get this "settlement" layer on the bottom. Advice? Thank you so much! MelRob
  5. I'm so glad to hear this! My boyfriend and I are BIG travelers and after we pick a place to go, as you know the "big question" is never: "can we afford this?" "where would we fly into?" "can we rent a car in that country"..... it's always "what are my food options". Well we booked our Disney vacation last night and were slightly worried about the food....I guess we have ZERO reason to worry! Thank you!
  6. I have really been spending a LOT of time learning about food, what it does to your body, where it comes from and how it's grown. I'm hot on the path and want to join the movement. My "movement" is food labeling and education. I already shop 90% local, humane, organic. If it comes out of a box or bag I will not eat the food. Does anyone know of a coalition or organization that I could volunteer at? Or get more information about DOING MORE. Thanks.
  7. Thank you soooo much. We figure, after 10 years of being stupid in love and it only gets better....why the heck not?
  8. Thank you both! We have been ALLLL over the world, we travel for a living and these are the few countries we haven't been to. We have done 90% of Greece so that's out. And we are looking further into the Bangalore Hotel. Thanks and please keep the info coming!
  9. This is going to sound like the dumbest idea ever however it has SAVED me MANY times. Grab a big thing of corn tortillas and a few can of beans and some fresh vegies that don't need a fridge like tomatoes, peppers and make your mexican food. I too travel for a living and never know and I'm honestly happy and surprised by how much of a well rounded meal you can make that's healthy....just start with a can of beans (don't forget your opener....did that once and oh boy did that suck...) and corn tortillas.
  10. Hello fellow gluten-free-ers! My boyfriend and I have been talking about a destination wedding and we have settled on Thailand, India or Sri Lanka. I know a lot about all the cuisines but I was wondering if, by chance, anyone else has planned or been to a wedding in those countries or knows of any place in those countries that offer gluten-free-ness. We'd like a resort but are open to anything. We don't care if it's by the beach or not.... Thanks much!
  11. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  12. Does anyone have any info on any Ashrams in India? I want to go and need more info on the gluten free thing. I know Indian food is mostly gluten-free but I was looking for more info than that. thanks!
  13. for my dad's birthday I want to ship him dinner and a dessert. Does anyone know how to ship a casserole? I would do a 2 day ship and would think freezing it and using ice packs would work.... but has anyone figured out how to do this? or has tips?
  14. I have been on wellbuterin for years and LOVE IT. I only get sick feeling if I don't have enough or no food in my tummy. I don't have one bad thing to say other than I became a 2 drink DRUNK! So be careful!
  15. I do not eat active dry yeast often....acutally only a few times a year. I have noticed that every time I eat it I get a yeast infection on my face and I get crazy.... Girls you might get this...you know the WORST PMS days where you are bloated and bitchy...like every thing is an issue and a HUGE annoyance and you just see a black line around every thing and you are just so crabby that you are even sick of yourself?! That's how I feel when I eat yeast....and my face breaks out..... and i KNOW it's not my period! I have been playing around the past few weeks of eating yeast and not eating yeast and it's totally the yeast! I'm very consistant about my diet.... Does anyone else get this? Or have any advise?