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About CaroCakes

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  • Birthday 06/20/1989

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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Hi! I'm a student intern for a celiac magazine and I was hoping to get teens and kids opinions on gluten free foods and dealing with eating gluten free at school and in restaurants. I'd love to hear your guys' opinion and experiences and quote you in the magazine, if you're okay with that. I'm fairly lucky, I go to Virginia Tech and all the nutritional information for every single food item is online, so I know exactly what I can eat and what I can't. Unfortunately, I'm fairly limited to the salad bar and a few mexican dishes, but it could be wayyyy worse. I would rather skip all the "fake" gluten free foods. Aside from kinnickinnick bread and brown rice pasta, I just accept the fact that I can't eat baked goods or breads. The gluten free alternatives are unappetizing and expensive, so I just do without. How about you guys? Do you all bring baked goods if you know you're going to a party that will have non-gluten free goodies?
  3. Lissy- I realize this is old, but I thought I'd try anyway. I'm extremely interested in getting into triathlons. I'm training with the hopes of a sprint distance triathlon (probably later rather than sooner). I'd love to feel ready enough to compete in a year or so, but I really don't have a timeframe. This is a completely new world to me but I'm excited to learn! I hope your move went smoothly, moving to a small island must be quite the experience! I hope to hear all about it. Caroline