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South western, fairfield county. You?

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South western, fairfield county. You?

i am from hartford county.....

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i am from hartford county.....

I went to school in West Hartford, University of Hartford. Have you found an real life support groups?

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I'm in the SE corner. There are some real good gluten-free restaurants around here.

AJ's Restaurant in Ledyard/Groton

S&P Oyster House in Mystic

Bruna's Table in Westerly, RI

TK Kenyon

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I'm in the SE corner. There are some real good gluten-free restaurants around here.

AJ's Restaurant in Ledyard/Groton

S&P Oyster House in Mystic

Bruna's Table in Westerly, RI

TK Kenyon

Hi! I USED to live in New London county. But that was before I had celiac. My Mom had it though, and she used to love eating at Cozy Corner in Wauregan (between Plainfield and Brooklyn, in Windham county). They didn't have a gluten free menu, but the owner had an aunt with celiac, and knew the ropes. Mom ate there at least once a week for years and never got sick.

They might not even be owned by the same people anymore, but it might be worth a trip. They had the BEST food in the whole state I think.

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Hi! I USED to live in New London county. But that was before I had celiac. My Mom had it though, and she used to love eating at Cozy Corner in Wauregan (between Plainfield and Brooklyn, in Windham county). They didn't have a gluten free menu, but the owner had an aunt with celiac, and knew the ropes. Mom ate there at least once a week for years and never got sick.

They might not even be owned by the same people anymore, but it might be worth a trip. They had the BEST food in the whole state I think.

Will definitely look it up!

TK

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