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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. I have a pumpkin cheesecake recipe with gluten-free ginger snaps as a crust - if you're interested.
  2. There's a restaurant called Bistro 100 located in the uptown in Founders Hall. The chef there was very knowledgeable about gluten intolerance and I ate there with no problems. You may want to call ahead to preview the menu.
  3. I was living in Charlotte, NC when I was diagnosed with celiac disease. The support group was a life-saver for me and they held meetings once a quarter. They were a great help and they were very informed of the current news about celiac. The two organizers while I was there were Daphne (704)366-3493 and Caroline (704) 588-6842. Good luck! I now live in Raleigh and the support group here is not very active. I sure miss the folks in Charlotte.
  4. My husband and I are heading to San Antonio, TX in June. Does anyone know of any "celiac-friendly" restaurants in the area? We'd love to visit local places - not the usual Wendy's and Outbacks! Thanks for your help!