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I’m not talking about ants or spiders; I’m talking about friendly bacteria. That’s the hot topic these days for researchers trying to understand why food allergies and celiac disease diagnoses are increasing in our population.
Moises Velasquez-Manoff has written a book on this topic, “An Epidemic of Absence: A New Way of Understanding Allergies and Autoimmune Disease”. And, this past Sunday the New York Times
Kenneth Chang’s article “Gluten free, whether you need it not” in the New York Times on February 4 raises a couple of excellent points:
Our friend, Kendall Egan, from Gluten Free Living recently shared her Apple Crisp recipe which this year included Lucy’s Ginger Snaps! It’s now a Thanksgiving family favorite at her house and we decided that this yummy comfort recipe just has to be published! We’ll post in again in November.
Kendall says it’s the gradual result of adapting recipes, and this one serves 25. Following a gluten free diet herself, she’d been foregoing dessert at Thanksgiving.
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“I bought your Oatmeal cookies today because I have been wanting something sweet since being diagnosed with Celiac disease. I have not even attempted baking yet, it's only been about 3 months. It was so delicious. I can't tell you how pleased I was. I'm so happy!”
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