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SGWhiskers

Member Since 12 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Sep 29 2014 01:58 PM
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In Topic: Celiac/lactose - Breastfeed Vs. Bottle

17 September 2012 - 07:00 PM

And remember all the antibodies and bonding hormones that breast milk has that are not in formula.

In Topic: Gluten-Free Options In Charleston, Sc And Savannah, Ga

22 November 2011 - 08:53 PM

I just returned from Savannah a month ago. We ate at Churchill's and at the Marriott's Bohemian on the waterfront. I had excellent flavorful meals at both locations. There is also a coffee shoppe 1-3 blocks south of the Starbucks that serves a gluten free cake. I couldn't have it because it contained dairy, but I did pass the sign with my mouth watering every day on my way into town. I ate at another restaraunt on the waterfront that had a relatively good gluten-free meal. I found that everywhere I went, waiters seemed to not be phased by a request for a gluten-free meal and knew what to do more so than here in my midwestern town. I'm extremely sensitive, and had no problems. My biggest complaint was the hotel we stayed at made me 2 wonderful gluten-free meals the first 2 days, then when I ordered those dishes the next few times, they were bland and boring. Oh, there is also a Mellow Mushroom near the Hilton that makes a great gluten-free pizza. They only come in mediums, so it was quite expensive for one person, but with 2 celiac's it would be perfect. The hilton is several blocks in from the waterfront, so you are unlikely to head there. There was also a weird little convenience store that looked like a converted bank or gas station that sold gourmet (including gluten-free) packaged foods and regular prepared foods. Again, it was off limits for me because of other allergies, but might be a place to go if you need some cookies or something. It was a block or two closer to the waterfront from the Hilton. Not a lot is down that way, so it isn't really worth a trip.