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If it is going to be it is up to me !!!
Welcome to the team and there are plenty of recipes on the web that are free and you can try them. That way you know what ones will work for you and what ones will not. Just put in the search engine gluten free and what ever else that you have problems with and you will find there are allot of them out there.
Yeah you will have to find something different to do in the kitchen. May I suggest a great little book called No Grainer Baker. www.amazon.com/The-No-Grainer-Baker-
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Hi! I'm Lorraine! I've been sparking for a while, but after almost 2 years of constant stomach problems, I recently underwent an upper GI scope and a colonoscopy, both which turned out normal, aside from some acid-reflux damage and mild stomach inflammation. My lactose intolerance test also came back inconclusive and my celiac blood test and biopsies came back negative. My doctor suggested I give up dairy and gluten (because he thinks I am sensitive to it based on my symptoms) for a while and after 4 days I am already feeling so much better!! So here I am, trying to adjust to a gluten (and dairy) free lifestyle! I'm a bit intimidated, especially because I love, love, love baking, but I am willing to do whatever it takes to feel healthy and live without stomach pain!
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