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yea i get that HEAPS, people makes jokes about me beingallergic to food in general saying that 'tepy is allergic to evreything' when someone offers me a cookie or something... its almost like people act like i am a hassle to be around-what the hell to the think its like to live this way..ignorant f*************** :)

I know what how you feel about that one. Some of my freinds just dont understand so they tell everyone that "If it tastes good, Helens allergic!" So annoying.

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I totally understand..I was diagnosed when I was 19 and before that I always went to random little restaurants with my friends. Then BAM I had to find places where I could eat and not get sick. But luckily my friends are awesome and we go to places that offer gluten-free food. Like UNO's (love their veggie pizza), Qdoba's, five guys burgers and fries, and places like that. I was told that I had celiac when I was 16 and also told that I didn't need to worry about it. :huh: But I tried the diet anyway. I remember eating lunch at school and my friends ate their pizza and spicy chicken sandwhiches and I sat there eating rice cakes and carrots. Now it seems like you can find ALMOST anything gluten-free. I buy kinninik(sp?) pizza crusts and they are amazing. lol It will get easier...I find non-gluten-free stuff disgusting now...lol

You are a girl after my own heart. My sister has had Celiac for years but I just got it about a year and a half ago. I live of Kinninik pizzas! I eat them all the time! Ever since she told me about them, its like my safe haven. I take them with me to partys and stuff as a quick fix dinner while everyone else is ordering the real pizzas!

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