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I'm a veteran to SP, but only 3 months new to GF. And it's been a hard 3 months. It's just my husband and I and I am lucky enough to have a very supportive guy. We find meals in the home that are gluten free (i.e. spaghetti, pot roast, chili, etc.) and he eats what I eat. But if we go out to eat, he can choose whatever he wants. Plus he works 24 hours at a fire station, so he gets to eat what he wants during that time. So thankfully I'm not putting too much stress / restriction on him.
If you have any recommendations for the GF lifestyle, please feel free to share. And if you have any questions about SP, just ask! It's a great community.
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Welcome!! My DH is diagnosed with celiac disease but I am not. I still eat some bread products but most of what I cook now is gluten free. We don't eat a lot of pasta dishes. Instead, we do a lot of meat, rice or potatoes and veggie dinners and those are easy enough to prepare gluten free. Is your daughter willing to eat dinners that are naturally gluten free?
Hi - My name is Carrie and I am just starting out on sparkpeople today. I've been GF since diagnosed as as celiac 3 years ago, and gained a BUNCH of weight since going gluten free. I am a single mom and my daughter isn't GF, so I am often making two meals a night. Looking for ideas and inspiration!