So yesterday I talked about sending children back to school and ways to help keep them gluten-free.
Today I want to talk about Art class. You’re probably thinking, What does art class have to do with keeping my child gluten-free?. I’m about to tell you. 😉
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It can be tough being Gluten Intolerant, but it can be really tough being the parent of a gluten intolerant child. Especially a school age child. Suddenly not only do you have the regular worries about your child at school, but Continue reading →
So I got my hot little hands on the current issue of Delight Gluten Free magazine yesterday.
I almost cancelled my subscription to this magazine about a year ago. There was always good information in it, but Continue reading →
I got an email from a newsletter reader over the weekend. I thought it might be of interest to other readers of my blog. So here’s her question and my answer:
I just found your website and am pretty excited! I have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and have been reading and hearing a lot of things about gluten possibly exacerbating the symptoms of fibromyalgia.
My question is that I love, Love, LOVE crackers – saltine crackers – plain, with cheese, spiced up with oil and spices, just to sit and snack on them makes me happy. I looked for a gluten free saltine cracker recipe (to make crackers from scratch) on your website and just wondered if you have one or know where I could find one?
Thank you so much!