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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I Did It...we Are Now A Gluten Free House!
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Thank you to everybody who encouraged me to get the gluten out of my house.

My friend came over 2 weeks ago and took all my gluten away. We also got rid of all the containers, pans, spoons, and cutting boards that possibly had gluten hiding in them. She wiped down all my cupboard shelves and cleaned out my drawers. Then I washed all the hot pads and oven mitts.

I can't believe how free I feel! :D

If anyone is debating whether they can make the switch to being totally gluten free, I say go for it!

Life is too short to be thinking of gluten and cross contamination all the time.

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Congrats! :) You should feel safe somewhere, especially in your own home! :P

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I absolutely agree that life is easier and healthier if your home is gluten-free. It helps so much to know there's one place to relax and not worry about everything you touch and eat :)

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isn't it great to know you are safe in your own house?! I LOVE it!!

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Congratulations! It's really nice not to have to worry about it at home all the time, isn't it? :)

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