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  1. Honestly, I've never heard of a college that won't be willing to sit down and talk with you about your dietary needs. Gettysburg College and Messiah College are both WONDERFUL...however, becoming more and more expensive...I'm from that area....I went to a school in Virginia and they were amazing...you just need to be proactive and contact the chef and be very open!! GOod luck

  2. Sometimes hot dogs are just harder for you body to digest, I had a hebrew national the other week and wound up with a pretty bad stomach ache myself..sometimes it has something to do with the natural flavorings...usually Kosher means they're pretty legit and they were cooked on their own hot dog cooker thing away from all bread...could've just been a spice that set your stomach off...I don't eat many hot dogs these days!!

  3. So, I received an e-mail with a list of gluten free information from Mayfield...I got a list that said the ice cream flavor Moose Tracks is gluten-fee....Well I've tried it 3 times now, (the same container) and all three times I was immediately sick within like 10 minutes...so I don't know what the deal with that is, has anyone else had this same problem?? and if not...be careful...

  4. I live in SC and everytime I'm back visiting my parents I always stock up at gluten free source...they're really great people that run a really great store. The last time I was there they said they were trying to get the little restaurant on the corner to make sandwhichs on gluten free bread so they could send their customers down there and give both places business...I highly suggest anyone making the trip to their store!

  5. dietary specialities ravioli is amazing but I refuse to order from them anymore....I know I probably shouldn't do that to companies that go out of their way for gluten free food but they have a minimum amount for shipping....you have to buy 75 dollars worth of frozen food before they'll even ship it and then they charge you 30 dollars to do so. I'm just out of grad school and a little tight on money...it's just frustrated, because I really do like their stuff!

  6. I don't have DH...(I think that's what it is called) and I've never gotten gluten free shampoos or makeup or anything and haven't had a problem...a lot of people disagree with that method but I even tried the suggested baking soda thing to see how much shampoo you get in your mouth when you use it and I was good to go!! So, it's ultimately up to you if you have DH or are concerned with getting that stuff in your mouth!

  7. Hi Suepooh4!

    I actually live here in Myrtle Beach....and while I can't say that I've ventured out very much to eat. There are certainly many options that you can have. I usually try the local (not chain) restaurants and find that they are much more willing to help you than some of the other more well-known places. There is an Outbuck, however, I've been hearing some mixed things lately about their gluten-free menu. Do you know what part or area that you're going to be staying/living/moving (whichever) to? I can give you a good idea of what places are in that area that you can call!