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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Trying To Find New Ways To Cook Gluten Free Food
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I've been eating the same thing for weeks which includes fish poultry dairy fruit trying to find exciting ways to cook new at this cooking gluten free :)  :)  :)

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Hi sharese, welcome!

 

I devloped a love for Indian, Thai and Mediterranian  foods after becoming soy, dairy and gluten-free.  Those cuisines are very flavorful, and exciting!  Allrecipes has a search function for gluten-free in case you aren't already aware.   

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And I developed a new love of American and British food after I found I could no longer eat Mexican, Asian, Indian, Middle Eastern, most Mediterranean (or probably even Inuit) food :lol:   Although polar bear and seal meat sounds pretty good, with a side of whale .. oh, wait, that's politcally incorrect.

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Thanks Marilyn I will be trying different types of foods and recipes in this gluten free world i now live in, when i focus on the foods I can eat            it's not so bad :D

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