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  1. thank you so much. My boyfriend loves strawberry cake and I have been trying to figure out how to make it gluten free. You have no idea how excited I was to see your post.
  2. It is a long story but my boyfriend has been sick for 6 years. We have been together for a little over a year and we found out today that he is likely going to be put on a gluten free diet because his doctors says his biopsy wasn't conclusive but he thinks he has a variation of Celiac disease. He has to see a dermatolgist yet and then back to the gastrointoligist to find out for sure if he is going gluten free but it seems inevitable at this point. 1. I was wondering what I have to do to prevent passing gluten I injest to him. I plan on not eating gluten when we are together. I have read on the boards about it being passed through kissing. 2. Also if the dermatoligist determines his skin condition is related to Celiac Disease does that mean that that detergent, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, make-up and anything I use that could come in contact with him needs to be gluten free? 3. Also what about utensils, pot and pans, things used to cook that I cook my gluten food in when he isn't here. If they are washed thoroughly should these be a problem? 4. and on a side note does anyone know how to make or where I can get a recipe for gluten free strawberry cupcakes with cream cheese frosting? they are his favorites. I made them for him this weekend just in case it was the last time he could have them cause we knew he might be getting this diagnosis today. Just wondering so that I can make sure I am helping him get better and not accidentally making him sick. I know that is a lot of questions in one post. Sorry.
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