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  1. I don't know if it will help, but Aquaphor is an amazing product. You can get it at most any pharmacy (some have it behind the counter even though it is an over-the-counter product). It is the consistency of petroleum jelly but very different in results. It was originally developed for burn victims...
  2. Thanks for the input everyone-I appreciate the help!
  3. A cookie sheet that has been previously (and is still actively) used with gluten products but has been washed and is not being used at this time for gluten stuff. I guess I'm trying to figure out if parchment paper is porous.
  4. Is parchment paper a sufficient barrier to prevent cross contamination when using something like a cookie sheet? Does anyone know for sure-either from experience or seen a research report? If not, your best guess is also appreciated! Thanks for the help! -Cathy
  5. It seems that celiacs have more problems with sciatica than normal. Is this true or am I just getting old and sitting on my bum too much? I have a great stretch for my sciatic pain but would also be interested in any other exercises that y'all can share. Thanks! -Cathy
  6. I use liquid stevia and it sweetens great, but goes from sweet to bitter in literally a drop. Recently, the barista at Whole Foods had me try xylitol. It was great! Looks like sugar, measures like sugar, bakes like sugar and tastes like sugar-but with 40% of the food energy (calories). I bought...