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Gluten-Free Shout-Out to Trader Joe’s!

With Celiac Awareness Month winding down, I wanted to close out all the Celiac/Gluten-Free friendly content by giving a shout out to Trader Joe’s because I think their gluten-free selection is pretty amazing. I feel like some people kind of sleep on the gluten-free selections at Trader Joe’s a bit, which is why I want …

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favorite gluten-free cereals
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Favorite Gluten-Free Cereal

I’m a pretty simple breakfast eater. Unless we’re going out or having brunch, cereal is typically my go-to first thing in the morning. It’s easy, it’s filling and I…just like it. Back in the day, my two go-to cereals were Special K and Froot Loops (and yes that is the way it’s actually spelled). It’s …

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5 Gluten Free Pastas
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5 Favorite Gluten-Free Pastas

On the off-chance that you weren’t aware; I love pasta. Pasta was essentially my main food source before I had celiac. I ate it several times a week in various compositions, found all the different ways to make it, loved all the different shapes equally (but was most fond of rigatoni). It was just my …

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Dining out with celiac
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Dining Out with Celiac

For most people. going out to dinner is the easiest thing in the world. For people with celiac, it’s a bit harder, especially if you’re going to a restaurant that serves anything with gluten…. …Which is like 95% of all restaurants anywhere. So, suddenly, the thing that is supposed to save your sanity on nights …

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“So, you just can’t have bread, right?”

No…not quite. I hear that a lot, though, that I just can’t eat bread because I have celiac, but in reality, gluten is in SO much more than just bread. It’s also in most pasta, which is another one I get a lot because it’s commonly known to contain wheat/gluten. Also, cakes, muffins, pies, donuts…almost …

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Celiac Awareness Month
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My Celiac Diagnosis

May is Celiac Awareness Month because let’s be fair, all things have an awareness month now (which is fine). I was diagnosed with Celiac in December 2017 after a hell-ish year and a half with a very unhappy stomach. The way I describe it is that it was the stomach virus that never went away. …

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