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News: Celiac.com: The Crepe Shop Opens On Broadway, Fulfilling Brothers' Dream

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THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS "MILD CELIAC DISEASE"! As claimed by this restaurant. Celiacs should avoid this place:

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"... these crepes will be prepared on the same griddle, so they're intended for those with mild celiac disease or those who just prefer to eat gluten-free."

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....OK ADMIN just delete this one just another slap in the face article.

" After demand from the neighborhood, they will soon add gluten-free options, though these crepes will be prepared on the same griddle, so they're intended for those with mild celiac disease or those who just prefer to eat gluten-free. " 

Sorry Numskull but "mild celiac" FFS there is no such thing, bloody residue smaller then crumbs and you get months of heighten antibodies an damage. This is very misleading and can lead to people newly diagnosed hurting themselves.

NOW if you have no problem with gluten free oats, you can make a crepe like batter very easy, it is a bit fluffier like a hybrid between pancakes and crepes but try this one.
I used to use gluten-free Harvest oat flour to make these but as I have adverse reactions to any kind of oats I gave this up.

50g Oat Flour
1/4 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1 tbsp Maple syrup
1/2 cup water
2 tbsp applesauce
Mix all ingredients togehter then let sit for 10mins for the it to thicken up before pouring in the pan. I used to cook them like pancakes but can be used for crepes due to the texture.

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10 hours ago, admin said:

mild celiac disease

What is that?

Makes us look stoopid. If I didn't know this site and saw that article being touted I would believe anything here.

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On 9/25/2017 at 6:39 AM, Ennis_TX said:

 

" After demand from the neighborhood, they will soon add gluten-free options, though these crepes will be prepared on the same griddle, so they're intended for those with mild celiac disease or those who just prefer to eat gluten-free

This is very misleading and can lead to people newly diagnosed hurting themselves.

 

Oooo if I had "mild celiac" I will admit it -I'm not grabbing for a cc crepe - I'm grabbing a cc gluten-free pizza and gluten-free bagel!

All in good sarcasm -my antibodies are still patrolling since 2016 challenge it doesn't even care for the gluten-free baked goods I make here at home. It wants only whole  foods minus strawberries this month. I surprisingly have never cared for oats prior to gluten-free and in past when gluten eating.

...and yes without this site ,the knowledgeable people here, and post challenge experience - it would be possible  to believe the smoke and mirror sales job On the crepes are fine for "mild celiacs ". As I visited here as a guest while suspecting but never knowing if I was a celiac. 

Joining as a member and following some members with symptoms/intolerances  like me etc. or ones who have great personalities - showed me that mainstream celiac info / publishing / articles are very sparse, contradictary, or less than transparent versus exploring the trenches of celiac.com 

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5 hours ago, admin said:

Best to edit the post and make it a warning...which I did.

Yes and I affirm it's helpful.

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