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Member Since 31 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 01 2013 04:11 AM

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In Topic: Favorite Emergency Food

29 June 2013 - 07:57 AM

Oooohhh my go-to's include:


-Kettle Brand Chips (Their Salt and Pepper chips are the best I've ever had. Barbecue ones are also delish!)

-Nut-thins crackers with peanut butter on them.

-Hummus and Sweet potato chips

-Late July chips

-Uber Bars

-Sahale Parmesan + Herbs almonds. (so amazingly delicious)

-Dole 100% Fruit Cups or fresh fruit

-Cheese Sticks


-Snyder's of Hanover gluten-free Pretzels (Same price as their regular pretzels!!)

-Annie's Homegrown Fruit Snacks (I'm also a T1D so these are super handy to have as an on-the-go snack for low blood sugar!)


So basically my snacking needs are met by potatoes and nuts. 

In Topic: Gluten Free Goldfish? Cheez Its? Anything?

17 March 2013 - 10:03 AM

Hi! I haven't found anything really close to Cheez-its or goldfish, I have stiil found some pretty great cheddar snacks! 


Crunchmaster's multi grain white cheddar crackers and their kids cheezy crisps are both really good!

Foodshouldtastegood's Cheddar crackers/chips are DELICIOUS.

I haven't tried these yet, but Glutino makes a cheddar cracker that looks like a ritz. I've tried the original and they were really good so I bet the cheddar would be good too! 

Blue Diamond makes a cheddar flavor of their Nut-thins that's pretty good.


Hope this helps a little! 

In Topic: Olive Oil?

28 November 2012 - 01:04 PM

Thanks so much! I figured it would be fine but my paranoid self has to double check with everything lol.

In Topic: Substitute For Pretzels To Help With Nausea

27 November 2012 - 01:03 PM

Snyder's of Hanover make REALLY good gluten free pretzels that taste just like gluten ones! Even my family can't tell the difference. Glutino also makes pretzels but I haven't tried those. You could also try glutino's table crackers which are kind of like saltines or their round crackers which are kind of like ritz.

I highly recommend the Snyder's pretzels though because they're almost identical to regular pretzels.

In Topic: Going In For Endo On Friday, Questions

27 November 2012 - 11:03 AM

Try to relax about the procedure! I know each person's case is different, but I had a very positive experience! I was very nervous but my appointment wasn't until 4pm and at that point I was just ready to get it over with since I hadn't eaten or drank anything since 8pm the night before lol. Anyway, before I went back I wrote down a list of all of the questions I had and made sure to ask them to the nurse. From there, I got into a gown, got hooked to the IV, spoke briefly to the doctor, and then rolled down the hall to the procedure room. Once I got in there the anesthesiologist talked to me and was asking me about school and stuff. They put an oxygen mask over my face and told me that it was going to smell bad and then they gave me the anesthesia and I started getting really hot and then I started to panic because I couldn't ask them if I was supposed to feel hot because of the mask. That's the last thing I remember and honestly the worst part of the experience for me (and it wasn't even that bad.) When I woke up my parents were there and I had some ice cold water. They kept me for a little bit just to make sure I was good and then they let me leave and I got to go eat haha. From the time I woke up to the time I got home I only remember bits and pieces but it wasn't bad at all. I was actually feeling pretty good haha. Apparently I told my mom "these are some goooooooood drugs!" For the rest of that night my mouth was really dry and it was like I couldn't get enough to drink. The next day my throat was scratchy but it didn't really hurt.

It was my first time being drugged up and I was really nervous but it ended up being completely fine haha. If I had to do it again I wouldn't be nervous at all. Like I said, everyone is different but I think most peoples' experience with this have been fine.
Good luck! : )

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