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Hey there, I'm new to the site...I'm not QUITE gluten free yet. I'm still in the hunting and gathering stage. There is SO MUCH to get to have a fully stocked pantry...so I'm still getting everything together. I will say that I've put together a few gluten free meals and I already feel better!!! I've been doing what I can to avoid gluten...but as a newb, I'm making plenty of mistakes...I suppose I'll learn and improve as time goes by. Anyway, just wanted to introduce myself and say that you'll probably be getting LOTS of questions from me!!! :D

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Welcome! You've come to the right place! :)

Lots and lots of info and support on here, and so many intelligent people who've been there and done it all. I don't know what I would have done without this forum when I first came home from the GI, completely overwhelmed and shellshocked.

Great that you've found this special place!

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I don't know what I would have done without this forum when I first came home from the GI, completely overwhelmed and shellshocked.

I totally agree.....welcome to the forum.

PLEASE do ask many questions. It is the only way that you can learn and then be able to help others that will be newbies later.....

Meline

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Well, I can tell you one thing...I was just telling my Mom today how HAPPY and LUCKY I am to be going gluten free in the age of the internet! I seriously do not KNOW what I would've done without the net as a resource!!!

...and I'm so glad that I found this forum...I've learned so much just from reading old posts!!! :D

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Hey there, I'm new to the site...I'm not QUITE gluten free yet. I'm still in the hunting and gathering stage. There is SO MUCH to get to have a fully stocked pantry...so I'm still getting everything together. I will say that I've put together a few gluten free meals and I already feel better!!! I've been doing what I can to avoid gluten...but as a newb, I'm making plenty of mistakes...I suppose I'll learn and improve as time goes by. Anyway, just wanted to introduce myself and say that you'll probably be getting LOTS of questions from me!!! :D

I'm in the same boat as you knit...diagnosed 2 weeks ago today. I'm trying to balance learning and gathering information with my work schedule (a lot of late nights and work through lunches). I wish us lots of luck!

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I love your Avatar!

I'm new also. I feel alternately stunned, happy, peeved, relieved, and fascinated. I hope to learn from your questions as well as my own :)

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Hey thanks...I'm always looking for ways to let people know that all knitters do NOT look like grandmas. B)

<------metalhead knitter :ph34r:

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