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A leap of faith

Cheryl ViirandWhen my kids and I were first diagnosed with food restrictions, I didn't know where to begin. But as I looked around the grocery store at...
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Do it for Eva.

Do it for Eva.
Usually, Rebecca and I see eye to eye.  We are both custom eaters, we are both the parents of custom eaters, and we both feel passionately...
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My kids made me do it.

My kids made me do it.
Whether you have a food allergy or not, if you're a parent then chances are that food allergies touches your lives.  With 1 in 12 American...
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Roots Creative Kitchen & Gluten Free Specialty

Roots Creative Kitchen & Gluten Free Specialty

I found Freedible while setting launching the funding campaign for our Roots Creative Kitchen local food incubator project on Indiegogo. You can check it out for...
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Celiac Disease is Not One Size Fits All

Celiac Disease is Not One Size Fits All
There is not one shape, size, race or gender that Celiac disease affects; it can affect anyone, at anytime, for any reason, anywhere in the body. ...
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Expecting food, and finding hope.

Expecting food, and finding hope.
I spent the weekend in the kind of situation I generally dread: a whole event all about food. And not just any event – a 35,000...
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A Day for Giving Thanks

A Day for Giving Thanks
I woke this morning to the smell of my Grandmother's famous Red Cabbage wafting up from the kitchen. It's a smell that has stood for the...
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My 5 Year Anniversary: Don't Just Survive, Thrive with Celiac Disease

My 5 Year Anniversary: Don't Just Survive, Thrive with Celiac Disease
Celiac Disease can take a long time to bounce back from; even after proper diagnosis.  But harder still are months, often years, spent without a proper diagnosis.  Due to the...
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Try the First Ever VIRTUAL Gluten-Free Expo

This Tuesday, 1 Jul,  the first ever virtual gluten-free expo and conference opens, brainstormed and hosted by Gluten Away -- my fellow blogger, and extraordinary Celiac Disease advocate. You can pre-register...
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Packing A Little Jar of Community in our Memorial Day Picnic Basket

Packing A Little Jar of Community in our Memorial Day Picnic Basket
Memorial Day is the official start to the summer grilling season, to barbeques and to finally breaking outside with friends, family and community.  For those of...
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How Egg-free Easters & Adoption Made Inclusion a Family Holiday Tradition.

How Egg-free Easters & Adoption Made Inclusion a Family Holiday Tradition.
I still remember the first Easter that my son was 'egg-free'.  He was three and a half - old enough to be aware of the other...
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Share your Story!

Share your Story!
Hey Anti-Wheat Peeps! We want to feature YOUR stories in our Gluten-Free Voices series... And allies, we want to hear your stories too! Visit the Adventures...
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Bake Sale for the Philippines

Bake Sale for the Philippines
       Food allergies and bake sales don't usually go together.  When typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda struck the islands of the Philippines last  November 8,...
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FABlogCon: The 1st Annual Summit for our Tribe of Future-Creators

FABlogCon: The 1st Annual Summit for our Tribe of Future-Creators
Boarding the plane to Las Vegas for the first annual Food Allergy Bloggers Conference (#FABlogCon) last week, I will confess to having had a special twinge...
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ColoursForMaia Endorses Dine Aware

ColoursForMaia is an organization started by the Santarelli-Gallo family following the passing of their daughter, Maia from anaphylaxis. Today they have made a statement publically endorsing Dine...
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