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.
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?
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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!
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