Check this site out. It's fantastic. Really really great. I learned so much, plus it's easy to navigate. Not only that, but they give out a free care package to newly diagnosed celiacs. How cool is that?
I knew something was up during my 2nd pregnancy. About 2 years and a battery of up-close-and-personal tests later, my GI guy gave me the news over the phone, Celiac Disease. Umm, What? Over the past 5 years I've researched and come to understand what gluten-free means and how I can live a healthy life without. In my house of 6, I'm the only *special* one, for now. This is what we eat. Most of it is simple. All of it is tasty. Enjoy.
Once upon a time I married a swell guy (Melanie's brother) and one day a Doctor discovered he has Celiac Disease. While his only grumble was not being able to eat Krispy Kremes, I have since determined we will have yummy meals. I revise my favorite recipes and try new ones that catch my interest so our eating experience can be as *normal* as possible. The guy is still swell, in fact, even more swell now that his intestines are intact.