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Bucks County Courier Times Again

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Great news!

The Bucks County Courier Times (in PA) followed up the article from Sunday ("The Disease of a Thousand Disguises") with 2 pages in today's food section dedicated to the gluten-free lifestyle!!!

Included a recipe for quesadillas - a few "challenges" of eating out and staying gluten-free - the ingredients to avoid -a few suggested items (rice flour, etc) - a few nat'l foods stores and groceries that carry gluten-free items - and noted the increasing requests for gluten-free items in both stores and restaurants.

I'm not a big fan of the Courier - BUT wow!! Two articles in such a short time - and a lot of information as well.

The more info we get out there the better!!!

I've continued to search phillyburbs.com for Sunday's article, but they don't post everything. I am not sure if they have posted today's follow-up.

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I have been working on a project and my findings are here It is about celiac disease and Sprue (as they called it) in the historical news, as you scroll down the lists Bucks County Courier Times (Levittown, Pennsylvania) is one of the newspapers that have writen about celiac disease.

My notes show the article I found in the archives was written in 1972 I will post in on my blog soon.

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