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Lovin' Life

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  1. Hey, I am planning on moving to Chile next year, but I need to be gluten and dairy free. Is this going to be possible? Does anyone have any suggestions? Hola, me voy a trasladar a Chile el proximo ano, pero no puedo comer gluten ni lacteos. Va a ser dificil hacer esto? Alguien tiene consejos?
  2. The Little Aussie Bakery and Cafe in San Antonio, TX. I eat there all the time! I even had to live outside of Texas for about a year and was worried about getting some good food, but THEY SHIP!! Oh and they are so great about multiple allergies, and the staff are super knowledgeable! If you're lucky, you'll be able to catch the owner/baker who is so passionate about what she does and seems to know everything about food allergies that there is to know. I know for sure that their bread is gluten free (obviously) as well as corn, nut, dairy, casein, lactose, egg, and soy free. It is so nice not to have to ask questions and feel safe about what you're eating...
  3. I use EarthBalance Soy-free and so far I have been able to use it exactly like butter without any problems. It is pretty much my new favorite thing ever.