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About maddie96

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  1. i always have dreams where i just suddenly start eating food i can't and get really upset!
  2. hi, i worked at TCBY for three months this summer and being that i have celiac disease, have been doing my own research as to what seems to be ok as far as celiac disease. i havenot had a problem with the yogurts there..i usually just avoid the ones we make with flavors...peanut butter, vanilla, coffee, chocolate and others seem to be fine. i will post my own findings soon.
  3. does anyone have a good pie crust recipe for pie or quiche? someone recently suggested to me that i crumble up Pamela's shortbread cookies and use a little water to stick it together- but i want something a little less sweet that i could use for a quiche or a chicken pot pie even.
  4. i worked at a BK for a few days...and even when they remembered to use the dedicated fryer...the same utensils are used for the onion rings- also the two often get mixed up in the area where they are kept prior to being stuffed in a carton. just a warning
  5. a restaurant called "Herbivore" located in the Haight area as well as the Mission District both offer several gluten-free options. alos, they are completely vegan. and the abundance of thai places- many have rice dishes made w/o soy sauce that are really yummy. Try "Best of Thai Noodle House" in Haight-Ashbury The Askew Grill in Haigh Ashbury is another good one- get the rice or potatos rather than noodles of course. and the Pork Store Cafe in Haight. JapanTown has many sushi places- get the vegetarian stuff and don't add soy sauce.
  6. i just got diagnosed recently...and right now i live in a campus dorm where i am required to have a meal plan. so its very difficult to be gluten-free. if anyone is in the New Paltz area, Main Street Bistro has a good breakfast/brunch menu with several gluten-free options this weekend i had frittatas made with potatos, cheddar, scrambled eggs, broccoli, tomatoes and onions. being a young diagnosee, i don't seem to have problems with any other foods beside gluten-containing ones.