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  1. I'm not diagnosed celiac, but rather gluten intolerant. Yes, I had the shortness of breath and still do occasionally. My doctor says it's related to B deficiency (if I recall correctly). When I start having the issue again, I usually realize that I am out of my B complex. I'm one who believes I'll always need some supplementation. I don't think the malabsorption issues can ever be totally resolved for some people. But if I take my supplements and eat right, I feel great! Shirley Blog: gfe--gluten free easily at http://glutenfreeeasily.com Leader, King George Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Group
  2. FYI--You can make a wonderful crustless pumpkin pie by using the regular pumpkin pie recipe and just adding 1/4 cup of gluten-free flour. It is so great that nobody misses the crust. I have also used this tip with other pie recipes like coconut. I think heavier fillings like fruit might need more flour, but I have seen recipes for those online where you could substitute gluten-free flour for the regular flour called for. Note: If a recipe calls for flour already (like my coconut pie recipe calls for 2 tbsp), you just substitute gluten-free flour for that amount AND add 1/4 cup gluten-free flour. Shirley
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