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mndtrp

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  1. There seems to be more options for gluten free food, which is a start. As there becomes more demand, more awareness...
  2. Things like pasta and Asian sauces have been the biggest sticker shock for us. We only occasionally want bread, or other...
  3. When my fiancee went gluten free, I took almost all of the gluteny food to the neighbors and went and bought new groceries...
  4. I've found that trying to change rude people with rudeness doesn't work. It's only cathartic for a short time. Sticking...
  5. Pretty much everyone we would eat with knows about our situation, so they understand if my fiance doesn't eat anything...
  6. Cross contamination, or simply not knowing, is one thing. Deliberately putting wheat flour into your food is something...
  7. In my particular case, I was trying to provide a differing opinion as to why some people don't help. It was met by one...
  8. Why would I make a terrible spouse? Is it because we've removed the products containing gluten from our house? Is it...
  9. People are resistant to change, especially negative change. For the non-Celiac, changing food is a negative change....
  10. We'll be getting a new toaster shortly. I don't really eat toast, or bread for that matter, so that won't be an issue...
  11. I was reading that Coors Field here in Denver was the first to have a gluten-free stand. We don't go to many games,...
  12. I hope your letter goes better than the one I sent to my fiancee's family. Her family told her they would consider getting...
  13. Well, my fiancee just found out she has Celiac Disease. She was talking to her primary care physician about how she...
  14. You're saying it's all or nothing, while the rest of the thread is clearly explaining that isn't the case. Every other...
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