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  1. Happy birthday and may God bless you today!

  2. Someone else here sent me to this site back when I bought my crock pot. It rocks: http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/ The woman that writes it is gluten-free, and so are all her...
  3. Woo! We leave tomorrow morning. I have a reservation for Merrimans tomorrow night, and we're both very excited about hanging out on the Big Island. Its going to be so nice to be...
  4. I've always found it to be a bit chewy inside, but I only use it for things that are really thin, like pigs in a blanket. Like the other poster said, getting the consistency right...
  5. We are on the Big Island the 24th-4th but in Kona the 1st-4th. My cousin lives in Kona too, she is the manager at the pizza hut, which I doubt you ever go to My grandparents live...
  6. We're staying at the Royal Kona resort for our honeymoon at the end of this month. We're also going to be up in Waimea for a couple days. When we're at my mom's house in Volcano...
  7. Fisherman's Wharf specifically no, but I have had good luck at Dave's Crab Shack. I am sure the nicer restaurants there should have no problem, generally people are very aware of...
  8. You'll find this is actually pretty common. Most airlines will only do special meals for international flight, I have yet to find a domestic flight that I have taken with a special...
  9. I found the yellow cake and the cookie. I made the yellow cake and marbled some of it using cocoa. I have to say, i have yet to find a white/yellow cake mix that isn't dry and weird...
  10. I'm in the East Bay. There is a yahoo group, and a yahoo dinner group that meets up occasionally. The yahoo group is http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/celiacbayarea/ and the...
  11. Black olives, carrots and cream cheese. They were awesome. Many people did not believe the stuff was gluten-free. I ended up using the french bread rounds for the spinach dip as...
  12. We're throwing our engagement/housewarming/why the heck not party tomorrow, and I've been cooking all day. On the menu: Apple-Goat cheese brushetta - Recipe from Allrecipes,...
  13. I don't allow gluten in my house, with the exception of beer for parties. I also have the rule that if you bring beer and have leftovers, you leave with it, as no one in the house...
  14. Celiac disease is not an allergy, so doesn't require an EpiPen. I have allergies to pollen and dust among other things, and am getting allergy shots to try to lessen the severity...
  15. http://www.tacobell.com/nutrition/ingredient-statement/ The issues with a lot of their stuff is not wheat, but oats. I for one don't eat anything with mainstream oats, because...
  16. My fiance, who doesn't cook at all, is now making his own gluten-free bread. We really like Pamelas for a slightly darker bread, and the gluten free pantry for a white bread. They...
  17. I'm really not surprised. I'm not really "normal" unless I take a probiotics every day. I think this probably has something to do with the fact that a gluten-free diet really doesn...
  18. Soup! Soup is an awesome way to get warm filling food and keep the calories down. Its my winter go-to lunch food.
  19. The Stinking Rose, Lawry's and pretty much any of the higher-end places on restuarant row on Wilshire Blvd are very accomadating, if a bit pricy. Beware a few of the Vegetarian...
  20. We have been testing mixes for our wedding cake, and we're down to a tie between Gluten Free Pantry and Pamela's. They are both very good, the Pamela's is a bit denser than the...
  21. I love the Gluten Free Pantry pie crust mix, I don't find it crumbly at all. There are a few things I do that might help with that. I used ice water instead of cold water, I make...
  22. I use Pamela's cookies for crumb crusts and I never add sugar. I always melt the butter in another bowl and slowly drizzle it in bit by bit while mixing to get the desired consistency...
  23. I buy latex free items. Polyurethane and Polyisoprene are the two main contenders there. They don't make as many of them and they are harder to find, but they are definitely out...
  24. In addition to the things mentioned, some mexican places use soy sauce in their fajitas, etc. So there's a hidden source of gluten that may not have been considered. Corn tortillas...
  25. I'd say the SF Bay area and New York are the two places I've had the easiest time being gluten free.
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