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Gluten Free Pasta
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Tip: Use gluten-free pastas that taste as close to the wheat pastas you used to enjoy before you started a gluten-free diet.

While I know this sounds obvious, it's important. Pasta feels like a big loss for most that have to go gluten free. If this is true for you, get this sorted out quickly!

Following my diagnosis, I also recoiled at the thought of no more lasagna, baked ziti, pasta penne, and liguine with white or red clam sauce.

Submitted on Dec 07, 2010

Fast Food Envy
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It always hits me when we're driving back into town after a long day away with the kids. My kids moan, "We're starrrving, mom!" My feet ache and I just can't wait to put my kids to bed so that I can have one hour to relax before I pass out. That's when it invariably hits me -- my fast food envy. I can't stop myself from thinking, "Oh boy, wouldn't it be so much easier if we could stop at Burger King right now or order a pizza from the local pizza place.

Submitted on Dec 07, 2010

Udi's Gluten Free Bread
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After seeing an ad online for Udi's Gluten Free bread, we found it at Whole Foods -- in the fresh bread section (have you ever bought Gluten Free bread that wasn't frozen - not me!) It's shipped to Whole Foods frozen, but since it's a truly soft, traditional bread, it doesn't have to be kept frozen. I had my kids try it first and they completely loved it. In fairness to our other favorite bread (Glutino Flax Seed Bread), they like that, too.

Submitted on Jun 10, 2010

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