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I've been wondering, does anyone know how a recipe gets submitted to the gluten-free Recipe section?


Gluten-free after trying unsuccessfully and falling off wagon and becoming so sick--this is when the docs found the Hashimoto's, 2003. I have not eaten gluten willingly since then, until January, 2013. Past GI symptoms, delayed DH rash, biopsies on both have been negative, as well as IgE (all tests performed while not willingly consuming gluten). GERD dx in 2007, citric acid is worst offender. Mushrooms (the regular kind, that is) cause GI symptoms along with occasional rash (different than DH, the red dot kind) and I now wonder how many times I got sick from mushrooms and thought it was gluten contamination.

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Select the Recipe Forum, type your recipe and it will make it's way through the current posts and then it will find it's way to the Recipe Forum.

Edit: I'm sorry, I misunderstood your question. What newssletter are you refering to?


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Select the Recipe Forum, type your recipe and it will make it's way through the current posts and then it will find it's way to the Recipe Forum.

Edit: I'm sorry, I misunderstood your question. What newssletter are you refering to?

The one Scott sends us periodically, with links to different articles, which always has new recipe links.


Gluten-free after trying unsuccessfully and falling off wagon and becoming so sick--this is when the docs found the Hashimoto's, 2003. I have not eaten gluten willingly since then, until January, 2013. Past GI symptoms, delayed DH rash, biopsies on both have been negative, as well as IgE (all tests performed while not willingly consuming gluten). GERD dx in 2007, citric acid is worst offender. Mushrooms (the regular kind, that is) cause GI symptoms along with occasional rash (different than DH, the red dot kind) and I now wonder how many times I got sick from mushrooms and thought it was gluten contamination.

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