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Getting Started

Well- this is my first entry. I'm actually a journal keeper and a writer so this should come fairly naturally to me although I've never gotten into this whole blogging thing. I was just "diagnosed" with Celiac's back in January (2005) but...

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Introduction

Greetings, All. I hope this finds you well. I'm halfway into my 2nd year of my Celiac diagnosis. My story is much like yours. I was sick as a dog, dropping weight, and suffered with unrelenting bone pain and fatigue. I was fortunate...

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Hi. This is about how I fought to get my energy back and live my life again. Before I began a glutin free diet, I was almost incapacitated with fatigue, but now, five years later, I feel strong and am able to live my life. I can't say...

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    • Ennis,

      Sorry to hear of the Dr billing situation. I read a book last month (since you are talking about reading) that delves into healthcare and billing. It is titled An American Sickness by Elisabeth Rosenthal . She is a MD and and award winning journalist. She discusses the emergence of a la carte billing like you describe. It may not be your type of read, but maybe your local library or their ebooks selection has it and you can skim it to see if it would be helpful. My reading can be eclectic. It sounds like you are doing all you can on your end, but maybe something in the book may give you some others ideas/tools to negotiate this new bill should it become an issue.

      Your food selections sound yummy and I am sure it is hard to determine your crowd flow. I hope you get good weather and hungry folks at the next farmers market.

      You're making progress with the business. Interesting the new is 4k and used 2.5k . I would have thought it would be a better deal used. Steeper discount. Sounds like you figured out how to trouble shoot the windows display in your favor.

      As for me Midwest weather is heating up and today I erupted in patches of DH.😠 No cc exposure I am aware of as I know of. I've read on the forums here uv and weather can trigger DH flare even if no diet exposure. This may be true for me too.

      I eat only at home. This happened last Summer too July seems to be my vulnerable month weather wise. Mind of its own. I look forward to a summer when my DH decides to go in remission. That'd be great.

      Edit: was not weather my error. I discovered the slip in of gluten people refer to rum Bacardi Superior some celiac sites say all Bacardi is safe but Silver. Bacardi doesn't call Superior "silver" however it is listed next to black and gold and has a silver label. I had a drink with superior which sadly I now know is nicknamed silver . Hard lesson and a ruined blender.

      Happy July 

       


    • On 6/5/2019 at 3:15 PM, kareng said:

      I never liked the crust anyway!  You can also take some frozen hash browns and thaw and press in an oiled pan.  Give them a light spray of oil and bake them for a few minutes and use that for your “ crust”.

      Another option is to up it to 7 eggs, mix in 2tbps of almond flour with this and beat them with the milk before mixing it for a baked in crust.
      Alternatively you could make the almond flour pie crust and put this on top.
      >.< a few forks of hash spikes my glucose into the 400s, so I will never have a chance to try  using it for a crust.

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