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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Tonight was the kids Christmas program and afterwards we had our first gluten-free restaurant experience.  Nothing fancy just TGI Fridays, my daughter was happy they had a gluten free menu! She happily ate a 1/2 rack of ribs and some mashed potatoes.  I also found out that we have a gluten-free bakery a block away! I ordered 3 dozen cookies for her to take to school for their christmas party, the price was a little more then the local grocery store but not much. I'm really happy that she wont have to skip a treat on Friday! We are slowly but surely getting use to the gluten-free lifestyle!

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LauraTX    114

It always is such a relief once you get over some initial hurdles and experiences.  I am glad my favorite gluten-free bakery is about 30 minutes away or I would be there everyday getting fat!  :)

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w8in4dave    75

Wonderful!! Good for you and her! 

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Wonderful!

 

I stopped by our gluten-free restaurant/bakery today to get each of my kids a gorgeous snowman cookie.  The oldest gets to take hers to school tomorrow for the winter party.  While all the other kids get Krispy Kreme snowmen she's going to have a fantastic cookie that won't send to to the loo!  LOVE options to keep my kids "normal."

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