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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Breadcrumbs In My Butter!
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After being diagnosed with celiac and recently dairy intolerant...I never thought I'd have a nice piece of bread and butter, or a bagel with butter ever again! I found Glutino English muffins, Jillian's French rolls, and earth balance spread....I have been so happy:) mmmmm I love eating a nice buttered roll that tastes GOOD! It took me two years to find good substitutes. This morning when I was about to butter my English muffin, I noticed crumbs in my butter...CRUMBS! My GLUTEN FREE YUMMY CRUMBS! I know it sounds stupid...but I almost cried. Cuz I hadnt seen that in almost two years. I am so happy! This is getting much easier. I never thought if was possible!

Today at a baby shower I was just eating chips (which I took out of a bag that I opened first lol) and a lady said "why don't you get some food?" I used to say "I have celiac" and then feel like I had to explain to everyone. But this time I just said "I'm all set, thanks though":) my friend who is awesome said "she has to eat gluten free". They all went "awwwwww"....I told them not to feel bad for me, I could eat Reeses! Lol! I'm getting over feeling sorry for myself now and trying to focus on getting healthy. Thank you guys for all your support:) I feel like from here....it's only going to get easier! It's been rough, but things are starting to turn towards the better! Yay!

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:) Awesome!

I had gluten-free crumbs in my butter the other day and it made me scared, I still had to skim off the top layer before I would use it. LOL :lol:

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I have Udi's crumbs in my butter, and I make sure to get them on my potato when I butter it. After no bread-type substance for over a year, I'm not even going to waste one tiny crumb of my Udi's! :D

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Nice to hear that :lol: Everything gets better eventually. Though I have cut my butter. I will miss her :(

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