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  1. You can definitely manage cooking even though you live with roommates who don't eat gluten-free - I've done it for the past two years, and at one point I lived with 7 other girls...
  2. It is depressing at first, but you do adjust to it, I promise, and not feeling sick all the time makes up for it. As for cereal, Rice Chex are gluten-free, but this is a new thing...
  3. Babycakes! - Gluten-free bakery on the Lower East Side. www.babycakesnyc.com. It's a cute little place with a lot of great options, and it's sugar-free and vegan as well (I promise...
  4. I'm heading into my senior year as well, and I was diagnosed at the end of my senior year of high school. I definitely agree with you about most people not understanding what you...
  5. I went to Disney for New Year's in December 2005-January 2006. We stayed at the Grand Floridian and I don't think I've been so well-taken care of anywhere else. They even made me...
  6. Mama's is fantastic. I live about half an hour away when I'm not at school and it's worth the trip every time. Get the fried calamari! (My mom tried to send it back to the kitchen...
  7. Sambuca on West 72nd street between Central Park West and Columbus Ave has a gluten-free menu, and I thought it was pretty good. You can also hop on the 1 train, get off at Christopher...
  8. I'm a junior at NYU, and I was in a traditional (no kitchen) dorm freshman year, so I was forced to be on a meal plan. While dining services said they would help me, they weren...
  9. I made the Pamela's mix a few months ago, and all of my gluten-eating roommates loved it, and said you couldn't tell it was gluten-free.
  10. I was the one who originally started this topic... Being gluten free in Prague can be a bit challenging, but if you're going for study abroad you'll be fine if you have a kitchen...
  11. There's PF Changs, as well as Cafe Baldo in I believe Seaford or Massapequa and Mamma's in Oakdale. I think there are reviews of both on this board if you search through old posts...
  12. yay long island...suffolk (but school in nyc) here
  13. I'll just post most of an old reply I made on the travel thread... 1. RISOTTERIA - this is an absolute must. It's by far my favorite gluten-free restaurant in the city. It's...
  14. I don't have any experience with eating outside of the park, but Disney is more than accommodating when it comes to celiac disease. (There are a lot of past threads on this board...
  15. I was DXed at the end of my senior year of high school, and I honestly feel like it would have been easier if everyone had known all along. I have one friend with a peanut allergy...
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