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I got diagnosed with this condition in 2013 and had to quit my job as a result. I am at a loss as far as eating goes, I hardly go out with my friends anymore and in fact I hardly eat really anymore, cause most gluten free food is not fit to give a dog.

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22 minutes ago, rc12126 said:

I got diagnosed with this condition in 2013 and had to quit my job as a result. I am at a loss as far as eating goes, I hardly go out with my friends anymore and in fact I hardly eat really anymore, cause most gluten free food is not fit to give a dog.

gluten-free food is bad?  Tonight I am having BBQ chicken, cheesy potatoes, salad Or maybe roasted carrots with a sweet and spicy glaze.  This week we had turkey cooked in a mango peach salsa over rice, nachos, .. all gluten-free naturally.  

 

My dog LOVES her gluten free/ grain free dog food. But I doubt you would like it.

 

 

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Just now, kareng said:

gluten-free food is bad?  Tonight I am having BBQ chicken, cheesy potatoes, salad Or maybe roasted carrots with a sweet and spicy glaze.  This week we had turkey cooked in a mango peach salsa over rice, nachos, .. all gluten-free naturally.  

 

I wanted to order Chicken Wings tonight, but since I am gluten free I can't find a place near me that will deliver....

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Go to the grocery store, grab some wings, plop them into a hot oven, bake for about 20 minutes, pull them out, brush on some gluten-free BBQ sauce (you do not even have to make it from scratch), bake another 10 minutes or so.  Not comfortable with cooking?  You tube it.  You can learn to do anything with some instruction from a Free You Tube video.  

You had to quit working because of celiac disease?  Perhaps you need some follow-up celiac testing.  Maybe you have developed something else or you are getting exposed to gluten.  Learn about follow -up care:

http://www.cureceliacdisease.org/faq/how-often-should-follow-up-testing-occur/

Granted having to cook all the time can be a bummer.  I get that.  But when I am a bit down, I think of my SIL who is on chemo.  Celiacs do not have it that bad when you put it into perspective.  

Gluten free food is yummy.  I am having some fresh blueberries and vanilla ice cream now.  It is already 88 degrees here!  

 


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1 hour ago, kareng said:

gluten-free food is bad?  Tonight I am having BBQ chicken, cheesy potatoes, salad Or maybe roasted carrots with a sweet and spicy glaze.  This week we had turkey cooked in a mango peach salsa over rice, nachos, .. all gluten-free naturally.  

 

My dog LOVES her gluten free/ grain free dog food. But I doubt you would like it.

 

 

Sounds yummy!  


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-_- Here are some fun ideas I have been playing with really simple
Pizza Scramble Hormel Pepperoni, Eggs, Cheese shreds of choic, bit of milk of choice, gluten-free pizza or marinara sauce, Optional, lettuce wraps, chopped veggies/pizza toppings
Chop up or tear the pepperoni into pieces and throw in a skillet and heat til the grease comes out and greases the pan
Crack in your eggs, and pour a splash of the milk on and scramble like normal (touch of almond or normal milk makes the fluffy/creamy)|
Once cooked pour sauce over top and a bit of hte cheese stir up well plate and top with more cheese and serve with wraps or eat with a fork

Pizza Chicken, this is a play on chicken cordon bleu but with pepperoni, cheese, and sauce,
Cut your  chicken breast open almost all the way through so you can open it like a book, stuff the breast with 2 spoons of sauce good pinch of cheese, and 6 slices pep, close the breast and put the same on top.
I used a george forman and cooked at 350F for 18 mins but you can use a normal grill, or bake in the oven for 20-30 mins til done. serve with more sauce over the top.

 


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2 hours ago, rc12126 said:

I wanted to order Chicken Wings tonight, but since I am gluten free I can't find a place near me that will deliver....

Other than yucky Pizza Hut wings, I don't think we even have anyplace that make wings that delivers - gluten or gluten-free.  Is all you eat "delivery" and fast food?   Not healthy for anyone.

 


 

 

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11 minutes ago, Ennis_TX said:

-_- Here are some fun ideas I have been playing with really simple
Pizza Scramble Hormel Pepperoni, Eggs, Cheese shreds of choic, bit of milk of choice, gluten-free pizza or marinara sauce, Optional, lettuce wraps, chopped veggies/pizza toppings
Chop up or tear the pepperoni into pieces and throw in a skillet and heat til the grease comes out and greases the pan
Crack in your eggs, and pour a splash of the milk on and scramble like normal (touch of almond or normal milk makes the fluffy/creamy)|
Once cooked pour sauce over top and a bit of hte cheese stir up well plate and top with more cheese and serve with wraps or eat with a fork

Pizza Chicken, this is a play on chicken cordon bleu but with pepperoni, cheese, and sauce,
Cut your  chicken breast open almost all the way through so you can open it like a book, stuff the breast with 2 spoons of sauce good pinch of cheese, and 6 slices pep, close the breast and put the same on top.
I used a george forman and cooked at 350F for 18 mins but you can use a normal grill, or bake in the oven for 20-30 mins til done. serve with more sauce over the top.

 

We do chicken like that the lazy way on my family, we just layer the pepperoni or ham on top cook in jarred marinara in oven t and add  cheese for a few minutes at the end.  Lol  you can even do it in the crockpot!

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