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The Coffee Shop Where Everyone Knows Your Name

Review of all vegan coffee house The Orange Cat in Lewiston , NYhttp://www.dairyfreegina.com/single-post/2017/08/03/The-Coffee-Shop-Where-Everyone-Knows-Your-Name
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Aubree's of Grand Blanc Michigan

Aubree's of Grand Blanc Michigan
For those of us who have Celiac Disease, eating out can really be a hassle. From menu, to servers, to chefs, there are so many things...
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Best Natural Laundry Detergents for Sensitive Skin and Allergies

Best Natural Laundry Detergents for Sensitive Skin and Allergies
From touchy skin to allergic rashes and eczema, so many of us have topical sensitivities and laundry detergent can be a hidden trigger. Though we want...
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Cookbook Review and GIVEAWAY!

Cookbook Review and GIVEAWAY!
Food allergy families can use all the cooking and baking books they can use, right? Since that’s the case,  I was excited when Debbie, the author of Sweet...
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Kinnikinnick Products Review!

Kinnikinnick Products Review!
Here at The Adventures of Anti-Wheat Girl, we've been lucky to be able to review a number of products from Kinnikinnick! Here's what AWG creator, Priyanka,...
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Coconut Flour Bakeoff! Which Coconut Flour Is Right For Your Baking Needs? 7 Coconut Flours Compared

Coconut Flour Bakeoff! Which Coconut Flour Is Right For Your Baking Needs? 7 Coconut Flours Compared
I love coconut flour. I bake with it as often as I can and eat it at least once every day. I even have aCOCONUT FLOUR...
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Almost Perfect: Domino's Gluten Free Pizza

Almost Perfect: Domino's Gluten Free Pizza

       It is quite refreshing that some major companies are now starting to make products for the growing food allergy / food restrictions market.  As a mom of 4 kids who were diagnosed later in their life, meaning they used to eat certain food they were allergic too, the transition is a bit more challenging. Though I can make excellent "safe food", there's something about having a take out or delivery that helps them feel a bit more normal.       

 

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