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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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A Co-Worker Made Gluten Free Cookies!
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A co-worker informed me she made some cookies. I told her my usual line "I can't eat cookies". She then told me she used coconut and rice flour! She is following a gluten free diet! I was SO HAPPY! It was so nice to be able to eat something a co-worker brought to share. Some people said they thought the cookies were a bit "grainy"...probably the rice flour...but I didn't complain at all and told her they were great! I informed my co-workers when you can't eat "real" cookies like me...you become less picky and enjoy what you CAN eat!

The cookies made my day!

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Sounds great!!

Sometime later in conversation, you may want to suggest a baking mix with rice flour sit a few minutes to absorb the liquid. It makes it less grainy.

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Nice, but beware of CC issues...

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That is really amazing :-) Is she also diagnosed and 100% gluten-free? Now you can share lots of treats and not feel like the only one with "special" needs in the bunch!

I would think that cookies ARE real, just an alternate recipe to ones made with wheat no? :-) I'm happy for you!

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