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BlackburnK

College Student Recently Diagnosed With celiac disease

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oh! this will probably help more.

usually i just drink rum or vodka, but when its going to be a long day of drinking, and i dont want to pass out by noon- i drink "woodchucks"-they are a fermented apple cider, not tooo expensive and really good.

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I'm a college student to but I do not live on campus. Once you get used to it , it will be very easy. It takes some adjusting but you can have alot that many people can have. There are great substitutes that are becoming more readily available. You have to find the right brands but we can help you here. You can message me and I will be glad to give you some info. You came to the right place:)

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Dear BlackburnK,

I second the sandwiches on gluten-free bread. I actually had my first sandwich since going gluten-free yesterday. It was divine! :D I love big, stacked sandwiches! I am not supposed to eat yeast, though. I kind of felt like I have to eat the bread with yeast since my father paid so much for it. It is a rare treat for me due to affordability.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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To anyone that reads this, please reply with any info you would like to share with me!

I am a college student, always on the go, love to eat out, love to snack.

2 weeks ago I was diagnosed with Celiac disease. I am struggling to find good things to eat.

Do Puffins Cinnamon Cereal have gluten in it?

Are there other names for gluten that is on the ingredient list?

How come some wheat free foods are not gluten free??

I loved miller lite, any one try the wheat free beer?

Also what liquors do I stay away from? or do I have to be that girl and ask everytime I want to get a drink?

Any other info you would like to share, please do, since I am learning everyday.

Thanks,

Krista

Redbridge does not taste like Miller Light, but is good. Try it, you will like it.

I lived off of Honey Rice puffins when I got out of the hospital. They still make me smile.

Even if you ask, 9/10 bartenders have no ides where the alcohol they are serving came from, or what it is made from.

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