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    The Sterling Silver Food Company's Gluten Free Guide and Cook Book

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    Celiac.com 11/30/2015 - If you are new to celiac disease and a gluten-free diet, the Sterling Silver Food Company's new Gluten Free Guide and Cook Book is a great place to start. 

    The guide section of the book covers all the basics about the gluten-free diet, including how to read food labels and avoid potential contamination, and even how to eat out, travel, and cook gluten-free.



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