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 Are you Gluten Sensitive?
Yes - Type O (41 votes)
47.13%
Yes - Type A (23 votes)
26.44%
Yes - Type B (7 votes)
8.05%
No - Type A (6 votes)
6.90%
Yes - Type AB (5 votes)
5.75%
No - Type O (4 votes)
4.60%
No - Type B (1 votes)
1.15%
No - Type AB (0 votes)
0%
87 Votes Total Last vote Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 6:40pm by amyflood
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Ee Dan
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christaalyssa, you have my sympathy, when I first found out I was gluten sensitive I had a good cry, but over the years it has gotten easier and easier, so much good gluten free stuff now.  You'll find yourself feeling healthier and feel the rewards.


Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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Do you need to be 100% gluten free, or can you bake with spelt flour?

You can still do lots of baking even with GF flours. In a couple of years, you can have a lot of fun baking with your son (and even sooner than that, you can bake sweets that he can eat.)


Ruth, Single Mother to 20 yo  O- Leah , 19 yo O- Hannah, and  13 yo B+ Jack


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Location: Vanderhoof, BC, Canada
Age: 33
That's true Ruthie. I need to stop being such an "all or nothing" type of person. I think that's one of my worst flaws. It might also be one of my best flaws though.

I used rice flour on my tofu and fried it up today. It was really good. I'm just going to have to get more creative. The thing about gluten is that because it is bad for me I also have a chemical addiction to it. I crave it! lol So whatever I make that will be non gluten will just not have the same "chemical addictive joy" to it. Which is a good thing. But I'm just going to miss it... for a short while and than I'll get over it.


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