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In Topic: 6Th Month Checup+Labs

23 October 2014 - 03:37 PM

That is some wonderful improvement on the labs! :D

In Topic: Labeled Gluten Free But Contains Sprouted Barely

19 October 2014 - 11:45 AM

Definitely every label, every time. It's so easy to fall into a trap like that though. So sorry you're ill! That kinda labeling pisses me off, too!

In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

12 October 2014 - 05:15 PM

Come to texas and I will feed you!  LOL... for something I made on a whim, turned out real good.  Hubs thinks its hilarious when I eat gravy by itself, but I very rarely make it.


It would be fun to visit some other Celiac's households... But Texas is kinda far for a quick trip! ;)


Today we are having beef tacos. I baked some lemon poppy seed muffins for my boyfriend to take with him to work for breakfast. He will still buy the glutenous muffins from the grocery store and just bag them immediately and store them separate from our other food. But he didn't feel up to making a trip to the store and I felt like baking so it was a win/win. I glazed them, too. Turned out pretty good.

In Topic: The What's For Dinner Tonight Chat

11 October 2014 - 08:51 AM

Tonight I was inspired by something I picked up at the grocery store meat counter... going to make steak fingers (fried strips of tenderized breaded cube steak for those unfamiliar) with some mini potatoes and something like peas on the side.  Gonna make some white gravy, too, to dip them in or it just wouldn't be right.  Yummm

Can I come over for dinner? That sounds wonderful!

In Topic: Survior's Guilt - Partner's Reaction To Glutening You

10 October 2014 - 08:44 PM

This is unfortunately what happens when people really care about you. They hate to see you suffer. While it can be frustrating to have two people in misery (one physical and one emotionally) it's good to know you're so well looked after. Despite the few and far between hiccups.