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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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:D There was a huge article in my local papers dining section, Mid-valley eateries strive to include gluten-free offerings! Ahhhh finally I found something around here! I found out that in my town, not only is there the outback, but a rather uppity pricey place downtown called bentley's, a thai place, and a place called marco polo is coming out with there menu next week. This is wonderful news, since the only one around here is outback, while great at that I am getting tired of the same place. Also there is a nutritionist, also a member of a gluten intollerance group, teaching a course at the local community college who is instructing local food-service workers how to prepare meals for those with special dietary needs, including celiac. And to top off the good news there is a place where I can get gluten free pizza, called Talarico's Mercado, an hour away, I don't care I'm going! Just happy to finaly hear something about celiac around here, I was starting to think I lived on mars! :D

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