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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Thanks for posting that, Lisa :D I watch The Today Show....have been rethinking that lately, but I digress :P

That chocolate cake near the end of the clip looked really good too! How funny was it when the news guy started trying to spread the "dough" and found out the hard way that it didn't work the way he thought it would :lol:

Had no idea his daughters were Celiac!

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Had no idea his daughters were Celiac!

I don't normally watch him - "Now, here's what we're gonna do, folks, we're gonna... bla bla bla" but I have seen him do gluten free stuff before without knowing of his special interest.

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I don't normally watch him - "Now, here's what we're gonna do, folks, we're gonna... bla bla bla" but I have seen him do gluten free stuff before without knowing of his special interest.

I don't watch him either, but my dad loves him :D

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Thanks for posting that, Lisa :D I watch The Today Show....have been rethinking that lately, but I digress :P

I understand. I just might have to switch over after all these years. :( Too much chit-chat. And I miss Ann!

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I understand. I just might have to switch over after all these years. :( Too much chit-chat. And I miss Ann!

I liked Ann too. The current line up of hosts just doesn't do anything for me. Hate when they fix something that ain't broke.....

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I saw it. I thought it was great. I thought they would have done the gluten free world a real service if they woud have shown how to roll or pat out the dough with plastic wrap on top & bottom.

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Savannah Guthrie is no friend of ours. I have stopped watching the Today Show.

Google the clip of her rolling her eyes and calling celiac disease a "trendy" disease.

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LMAO when the host sticks his fingers into the pizza dough to "pat it down" and the dough sticks like crazy to his hands :lol: hah hah that's what you get for using soy flour and a little too much liquid. If you want dough to act like dough, use a Chebe mix (all tapioca, with shredded cheese and egg added) and oil your fingers before patting, also, put gluten free corn flour meal on the bottom of the pan.

Mercy. gluten-free Amateurs. ;)

Still, the concept of edible pizza and cake on daytime morning shows indicates some progress. :rolleyes:

If you really want to see something amusing, try googling "nobody likes Savannah Guthrie" - you wouldn't have seen Ann Curry doing that.

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LMAO when the host sticks his fingers into the pizza dough to "pat it down" and the dough sticks like crazy to his hands :lol: hah hah that's what you get for using soy flour and a little too much liquid. If you want dough to act like dough, use a Chebe mix (all tapioca, with shredded cheese and egg added) and oil your fingers before patting, also, put gluten free corn flour meal on the bottom of the pan.

Mercy. gluten-free Amateurs. ;)

Yet, still...not a bad segment. Do you remember when "any" mention was a good mention. B) I was pleased and I remember. :D

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