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Welcome! (It is easier when you can keep a gluten free kitchen.) I'd be interested in hearing about some of your favorite recipes/menus. I always like new ideas.
Look forward to hearing from you.
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I thought I had introduced myself already, but I didn't. I don't have celiac, but the form of gluten intolerance that causes nerve damage (and doesn't have a name yet). I've been off gluten since last September, and although I'm not entirely healed yet, most of my neuropathy is gone (except when I get accidently glutenated). Since I live alone and banished all forms of gluten from my house, I don't really have a problem avoiding it, except when I have to eat out. I'm glad to help answer questions, and I have lots of recipes to share.