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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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    HI All! I was diag about 2 months ago, and so far have been doing ok, I've sorta been following an Atkins thing figuring that carbs and wheat have a lot in common so if avoid them both I'll be okay, but I do miss bread. My question for all is this - why do the recipes seem to assume that if you're going wheat-free, you automatically want to go whole- hog healthnut? For instance, I found a bread online made with rice, and it's advertising is all about "all-natural, organic, honey, no preservatives" and so forth. I'm sorry, but I want bread that's regular old BREAD, gimme back my Wonder and my HomePrideButtertop, just take out the wheat??? Can it happen or am I stuck being "healthy" now? I don't really like the taste of any of the substitutes I've found so far, but I suspect it has more to do with the honey and such than the flour used, because I have very sensitive taste buds and I can tell it's the honey I'm tasting and not liking...