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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I find immodium EVERYWHERE...in all of my purses, my wallet, my car, my makeup bag...Its almost commical how many places I've stashed the stuff
  2. Honestly, I've never heard of a college that won't be willing to sit down and talk with you about your dietary needs. Gettysburg College and Messiah College are both WONDERFUL...however, becoming more and more expensive...I'm from that area....I went to a school in Virginia and they were amazing...you just need to be proactive and contact the chef and be very open!! GOod luck
  3. Sometimes hot dogs are just harder for you body to digest, I had a hebrew national the other week and wound up with a pretty bad stomach ache myself..sometimes it has something to do with the natural flavorings...usually Kosher means they're pretty legit and they were cooked on their own hot dog cooker thing away from all bread...could've just been a spice that set your stomach off...I don't eat many hot dogs these days!!
  4. The waffles are good!! I'd be interested to see some recepies for the Chow Mein noodles too!! But steer clear of the burritos...I got so excited about there being burriots and I took two bites and thats all I could stomach....couldve just been me!!
  5. I've been eating DeLand's Millet bread since I've been diagonosed and never had a problem with it. My health food store sells it and it is labeled at gluten free in that section
  6. they serve hebrew national hot dogs at Turner Field...are they ok??
  7. Everytime I try to click the View New Posts link..it says that this feature can't be used...it's been like that for a few weeks..anyone know what the deal is?
  8. So, I received an e-mail with a list of gluten free information from Mayfield...I got a list that said the ice cream flavor Moose Tracks is gluten-fee....Well I've tried it 3 times now, (the same container) and all three times I was immediately sick within like 10 minutes...so I don't know what the deal with that is, has anyone else had this same problem?? and if not...be careful...
  9. Does anyone know anything about gluten-free options at either Zxaby's or Sticky Fingers? Thanks!
  10. I had the peanut butter recall from Peter Pan...I made those 3 ingrediants peanut butter cookies a few weeks ago...didn't have any problems, but I just threw that bad boy out!!
  11. I live in SC and everytime I'm back visiting my parents I always stock up at gluten free source...they're really great people that run a really great store. The last time I was there they said they were trying to get the little restaurant on the corner to make sandwhichs on gluten free bread so they could send their customers down there and give both places business...I highly suggest anyone making the trip to their store!
  12. I'm in Myrtle Beach
  13. I don't know what KilKenny is...BUT I did find out that gluten-free DOES NOT mean hangover free ....hah
  14. I finally got the Redbridge...and it tastes great...like normal beer...which is a taste I'm definitely going to have to acquire but the hilarious thing is that my friends saw beer in the fridge and just went to town and LOVED it, I was like HEY THAT'S MINE!!! they were shocked that it tasted "normal"
  15. I spent last year in Morgantown for graduate school...so if you need any help or have questions about the area, let me know!