Joined 7 years ago from Alaska
Gluten free food blogger since 2005
It was a long battle of health issues before my daughter and I were properly diagnosed with Celiac disease. Since then our lives have been a whirlwind of learning and we have loved every bit of it. I had a third child and he was born with his celiac gene active but we already had it all figured it out so he was lucky.
We have never missed out on anything. If there is a food we miss, we simply re-create it gluten free. For my son we recreate it gluten/dairy/soy free. Its confusing and intimidating at first but now its as simple as writing your name.
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