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About buttercreamsunshine

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  1. Thanks for the advice, everyone! I think I'll start with youtube and the gluten free cooking school, and then maybe work my way up to a private teacher! I'm really excited to get started!
  2. So I have always always always wanted to learn how to cook, but I grew up in a family of microwave dinners, and never got a chance. Now, I'm gluten-free, so that is even more reason to learn. I want to take a class so I can get the basics down, at the very least, but I'm not sure if it would even be worth my time/money to go to a regular cooking class? As far as I've seen, there aren't any gluten-free cooking courses anywhere near me (South Orange County, CA), and I haven't had any luck finding one online. What do you think? Should I take it anyways, and endure the gluten-filled foods I'll have to make and not eat (not to mention the fact that I'll most likely be touching the stuff)? Or can anyone provide me with a link to an online gluten-free cooking class? Thanks! Kara
  3. Hi Jaimee, my name is Kara, I live in Mission Viejo (off Crown Valley and the 5) and I turn 21 tomorrow! I'm still learning, too, and I only just created an account on here after years of denial (even after a year of being completely gluten free!), and I'm looking for some friends my age who are going through this, too! I'd love to talk or message!