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  1. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/25/delivery-risky-shortcuts_n_3653114.html The research disagrees with the statement "if people in the hospital saw a nurse or a doctor doing the wrong thing , it would be reported and taken care of". In particular: "Researchers surveyed more than...
  2. Don't forget that earl grey is (almost universally) a caffeinated tea. Caffeine can cause diahhrea.
  3. You might look into "raw cheese" recipes. They're generally made from nuts.
  4. As was noted, nothing may have changed other than the lawyer's risk assessment. If you are particularly sensitive to shared lines, certainly be cautious. But realize that they may also still be perfectly safe.
  5. I have heard, however, of an "epic debate" amongst the different culinary backgrounds in Italy when it comes to risotto - some say butter, some say bone marrow! I've always used butter or oil, because I'm lazy.
  6. I have yet to see any risotto recipe that used flour, or called for something that was likely to contain wheat. But that's not to say that you couldn't use a wheat containing ingredient (say, the Organic Swanson's Chicken Broth when the recipe calls for stock). Nor is it to say that there couldn...
  7. I'm glad they got to the bottom of it! And thank you for sharing your story! It's an important lesson for everyone.
  8. I mash up an avocado and use that instead of mayo in my tuna. Pretty tasty!
  9. Have you tried just tuna? Maybe it's the mayo you have a problem with?
  10. Your total IgA is low (you got a 78 when the normal range starts at 91). You might be IgA deficient. Your tTg IgA is positive (you got over 100 when a positive is anything over 3). Your deamidated IgA is positive (you got 53 when a positive is anything over 19). Very positive results here.
  11. FWIW, I'm gluten-intolerant (I went gluten free prior to testing, which was inconclusive, so I'm not really diagnosable ), and my daughter doesn't appear to have a problem with cow milk. That said, I *do* have trouble with cow milk, and stayed completely dairy free during pregnancy and for...
  12. Edited: I was too harsh (frustration of trying to put a toddler down for a nap... /eye roll) Improved summary: even after 10 years, sometimes it sucks. Having to deal with the kid aspect makes it even more exhausting. It's nice to whine sometimes, and have someone hear you, but nothing fixes the...
  13. I just can't eat too much of the stuff. (And now that I got a stomach virus after having made fake mac'n'cheese, I"m not sure I'll eat the stuff agian. )
  14. Three eggs and some beans (usually half a can). Rice cakes with peanut butter (or a sub - almond or sunflower seed, for instance). Millet grits with almond milk and ground flax seed. Smoothie with protein powder.
  15. Bottled water is a waste of money, for the most part. Buy a filter and use reusable bottles - cheaper and sometimes better quality. (I will note, we bought a reverse osmosis system now that we have a baby, as I have no desire give her fluoridated water*. The taste off of that thing is GREAT!...