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YouTube Superstar

by Meghann on March 28, 2011

For all those Disney fanatics out there. πŸ™‚


Do YouTube Music videos inspire anyone else to want to create one? I totally would minus the whole ‘I can’t sing on key’ dilemma. Of course, that doesn’t stop me from trying.

There’s also the whole fear of turning into Rachel Black…

(So sorry if ‘Friday, Friday’ is now caught in anyone else’s head. It’s been stuck in mine for weeks now!)

But, what do I know? She maybe the butt of everyone’s joke, but I’m sure she’ll have the last laugh when she cashes in at the bank. Friday, Friday? More like Payday, Payday!

That’s it – get the camera! We’re making a music video! πŸ˜‰

Step 1: Make a catchy music video
Step 2: Have Daniel Tosh tweet it to the masses
Step 3: Make millions

Whose with me?!?!

Dream big or go home! πŸ™‚
I got a lot of work done at home this morning and only took a small break to prep and eat lunch before heading out to a local Starbucks to finish out the afternoon.


I had the most random craving for an egg salad sandwich today. Egg salad really makes fabulous sandwiches, but the whole process of boiling the eggs always seems like so much work – especially since I usually wait to start prepping lunch until I’m in that ‘must eat now’ stage of hunger.

Still, I took the time today and boiled two eggs before the worst of the hunger was too unbearable. Too bad I couldn’t hold off long enough to let the eggs cool properly – oops!


I mixed the still warm (bad Meghann!) eggs with plain yogurt, honey mustard, paprika, salt, pepper, and olives. The mix was evenly distributed over two mini pieces of Greenwise Sunflower Bread with mixed greens and flax seeds.


Minus the fact the egg salad was slightly warm, the combo was a good one. I loved the addition of the salty olives, it added a nice depth of flavor to the eggs. πŸ™‚

On the side I reheated some left over potatoes and broccoli from Friday night.


And threw in a mini kosher pickle for fun.



Gluten Free

I have a tough article due this week on what Gluten Free means to me. It’s tough because I’m still not 100% what gluten free does mean to me. I’ve been extremely lucky with my health and haven’t had first hand experience of dealing with a gluten intolerance.

I was hoping (or begging) a few gluten free readers wouldn’t mind assisting me? I just want to pick a few brains on what it’s like to live with a gluten intolerance. I’ll even throw in a couple of Attune coupons as thanks. Just shoot me an e-mail at

1 Freya March 28, 2011 at 2:41 pm

Woah, that Disney youtube thing is clever! That’s all one person singing?? Their voice varies so much!
Oh – and who on earth is Daniel Tosh?
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2 Meghann March 28, 2011 at 3:04 pm

Google him. Trust me on this one. πŸ™‚

3 Lauren March 28, 2011 at 2:41 pm

I found that Disney video last week and listened to it on repeat all night!
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4 michelle March 28, 2011 at 2:41 pm

When I wait too long to make lunch, I’ll end up snacking on everything WHILE making my lunch.
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5 Natalie @ Will Jog For Food March 28, 2011 at 2:41 pm

It’s pretty bad, but this is the first time I’ve seen “Friday” I need to pay more attention to Tosh πŸ™‚
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6 Megan @ Loving the little things March 28, 2011 at 2:42 pm

I am a Disney fanatic! Thanks for sharing the videos!

I have no thoughts to offer regarding gluten free. I’m lucky and have no food intolerances. (which is good cause I LOVE to eat!)

ps- I have a fun fitness related giveaway on my blog today. You should come check it out!!

7 Annette @ EnjoyYourHealthyLife March 28, 2011 at 2:42 pm

I am the same with lunchtime….I always throw something together fast because I am hungry by the time I start “making” something. gggaaahhh! πŸ˜‰ Love eggs. yumm.

8 Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday March 28, 2011 at 2:46 pm

I’m so glad I don’t have a gluten intolerance given the amount of bread that I bake and eat!

9 Elizabeth@The Sweet Life March 28, 2011 at 2:50 pm

So fun! Egg salad is such a good reminder that summer is coming!!
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10 Carolyn H. March 28, 2011 at 2:52 pm

I actually think it is in bad taste for so many people to bash this girl. What happened to ‘if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all’ ?

The joke is on us though. This just probably launched this girl’s music career.
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11 Meghann March 28, 2011 at 3:07 pm

I agree with you on that one, but it you watch the girl’s interviews she couldn’t be happier that Tosh and other comedians are mocking her. She finds the whole thing fun because it’s turned her into a celebrity.

12 Carolyn H. March 28, 2011 at 3:29 pm

I haven’t watched the interviews. It’s like I’m living under a rock I feel like. I haven’t had tv for a week (not that I’d actually watch her on tv, but hey). Going to youtube now though.
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13 Ally March 28, 2011 at 2:52 pm

I just got told by my gastroenterologist that I should have a few days of the week marked down as gluten free. At home it’s not too bad since you can control your diet, but it’s very, very hard if you’re away from your supply of G-free foods. There are a few staples you can go to when in a pinch. I try to pack as many Larabars as I can when I travel!
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14 Holly @ The Runny Egg March 28, 2011 at 2:54 pm

I need to watch that Disney video when I get home — no speakers here!

I heard/watched “Friday” for the first time over the weekend. I’m sure she’s laughing all the way to the bank but I found it super annoying.

15 Lindsey @ SoundEats March 28, 2011 at 2:58 pm

The fad of gluten free diets truthfully agitates me, simply because those who have to be gluten free have a serious disease that takes a lot of time, knowledge, and planning to live with. I’m glad that gluten-free products are becoming more widely available, but it’s not something to be taken lightly and it shouldn’t be trendy.

16 Meghann March 28, 2011 at 3:06 pm

Those are the thoughts going through my head. What gets me is it’s not even a ‘diet’, it’s a medical condition that people are turning into a diet. That’s why it’s hard for me to write this. So, I’m trying to get both sides of the story.

17 Lindsey @ SoundEats March 28, 2011 at 3:14 pm

Exactly. We’ve actually had several lectures and labs on everything gluten free in my food science course this semester, not from the fad standpoint, but from the medical condition we’ll one day need to help people with standpoint. I understand a lot of people do better on a low-gluten diet, and they may have a slight gluten intolerance. But for me, that’s like me and dairy versus me and tree nuts. I have a slight dairy intolerance, but on occasion, I can have dairy if I really want it and it is not going to cause me any real harm. With tree nuts on the other hand, even the scent of toasting nuts/ the oils in the air alone is enough to make me get itchy and my throat start to tingle and tighten. It’s two completely different playing fields. Bottom line, it’s those who have Celiac’s disease (or any other serious medical condition of the like) who truly NEED to be gluten-free for their survival.

But that’s just my (very opinionated) two cents. πŸ˜‰
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18 Jules March 28, 2011 at 4:23 pm

Yes yes! I agree….I am gluten intolerant and I can attest to the fact that it’s not a fad, fun, let’s-see-if-I-can-lose-weight type of “diet” for me. If I eat gluten, I can have GI symptoms for 5 or 6 days after. It’s NOT like lactose intolerant where you can just take a pill or “suck it up” and eat the food anyway. I can never spontaneously eat something anymore…people don’t really understand that. They think, oh there’s so many gluten free products out there (which there are and it’s definitely a good thing for us), but it’s so much more than that. I don’t want to exist on prepackaged gluten free foods from whole foods, ya know?

Anyway, I’ll get off my soap box! Just wanted to say I agree and appreciate your comment! πŸ™‚

19 Kate March 28, 2011 at 6:32 pm

Hi Meghann! I am normally a lurker, but since I was diagnosed with Celiac Sprue at age 19 I had to chime in. For me, being gluten-free means carefully managing a serious autoimmune disease (which for me and many others also comes with other associated autoimmune disorders), which is different than managing an allergy, an intolerance, or a preference. The long-term ramifications of celiac, if not properly managed, include things like intestinal lymphoma, miscarriages, osteoporosis, and more.

I am really sensitive to people who self-diagnose as celiac and people who gloss over the difference between an intolerance or allergy and an autoimmune disorder. It would definitely suck to have an intolerance or an allergy, too, but that said it isn’t the same condition and those things have very different long-term effects.

20 D March 28, 2011 at 7:28 pm

I don’t mean any criticism with this comment, but I am genuinely interested to know why the ‘fad’ bothers you? Someone deciding to go gluten free for a month to lose some weight doesn’t have any impact on anyone else, and doesn’t mean they don’t respect the fact that some people have serious conditions. And we all know that diets/gimmicks sell, so I’m guessing that the ‘trendiness’ of GF diets has only served to increase the number of GF products on the market, increase menu options, and so on. There would not be nearly so many vegan/raw type restaurants if it weren’t a diet/health ‘fad’. That’s not to say that there aren’t people who are vegan for environmental or social reasons (which obviously there are), but their goals simply aren’t as marketable. But, the end result is that there are more speciality options for *everyone*.

I look at it sort of like the Skinny Bitch phenomenon – I have read many, many healthy living bloggers who said that Skinny Bitch was one of the books the influenced them in becoming vegan/vegetarian. They all preface that statement by saying that they don’t necessarily agree w/ the tone of the book, but that it was effective and changed their health for the better. Well, that is a diet book. Call it whatever you want, but it’s got the name Skinny in the title and it includes TONS of “arguments” for how going vegan will make you skinny and awesome. But, bloggers will say that it resulted in better health for them. So clearly, ‘diet fads’ can, in theory, appeal to more people than just the weight-loss demographic. Plus, many vegans will say that despite the negative side of the book, it made people aware of veganism. So, why is that any different for gluten-free diets? Same w/ Oprah – people criticized it for having a ‘diet angle’ when she discussed veganism, but overall were pleased that it brought awareness to the topic.

21 Lindsey @ SoundEats March 28, 2011 at 7:53 pm

I appreciate your viewpoint and I love that you approached it in such a positive manner, leading to more discussion. Thanks! It’s not just gluten-free as a fad that bothers me. This is just my personal feeling, but I really do not like any type of restrictive diet as a fad. Different lifestyle diets do come and go with trends. Thinking of it in a different angle, it is good that it brings more awareness to the different dietary lifestyles out there. But in my mind, those who have to be gluten-free aren’t following that restrictive diet by choice – it’s truly because they have to in order to function. Honestly, I feel like in the mainstream sense, a gluten-free diet is just another diet to add to the arsenal of crash diets for many people. For many it’s not something they plan to keep up long term, it’s simply seen as something they can do to lose weight by next month. I suppose it’s because I have to restrict certain foods (any type of food containing a tree nut) that I really just wish people would stop restricting foods that they don’t have to, and I just wish we could all learn to eat what we wanted in moderation. I also am not a huge fan of the “good” food and “bad” food mentality. Anything can be enjoyed within reason. So ultimately that’s why I personally am annoyed with food diets like this becoming a trend. It takes a serious food restriction some people are forced to live with and gluten becomes labeled as “bad” and a “fat food” subconsciously. In my utopia world, everyone could eat moderate portions of all foods they wanted and be satisfied.

If you’re truly gluten-free, that’s fine. If gluten bothers you, that’s fine. Do what works well for you. But I’m all for people finding a diet that they can adapt for their life for the long haul, not restrictive diets that are far out of their norm and probably won’t last.

I hope I am making sense – I feel like I’m talking (typing?) in circles.

Sorry for taking over your comments, Meghann!

22 Kate March 28, 2011 at 8:09 pm

As someone who has Celiac, like I said before, it bothers me only because, in my experience, it creates an understanding of gluten-free as a choice and as something that you can deviate from if you want to. I find a lot of people think that I am being picky or choosy or just making a choice when I say I can’t have gluten and worry about slight amounts of cross-contamination. This might be true if I was just doing it as a diet or even as a slight intolerance, but, again, with Celiac it is actually for complicated, long-term, serious medical reasons.

I also would love to not have to eat gluten-free, even though I am quite adept at g-free baking and cooking. I just don’t understand why you would impose it on yourself!

23 Jules March 28, 2011 at 9:30 pm

What bothers me about the gluten free fad is that it DOES affect people with celiac and severe gluten intolerance. As Kate said, it makes us look like we are just being picky at restaurants when in fact we are trying not to get sick (short and long term). Also, it makes the diet less serious, in my opinion. Once I ate at a natural/veggie deli that made lots of GF foods…..when I went to order, the guy at the register asked me, “are you really gluten intolerant or like, just a little? Do I need to clean the knives and everything?” Umm, well yes, yes you do. I am NOT “a little” gluten intolerant. I don’t have celiac but I have a severe intolerance and inflammatory bowel disease. I lost my period for 6 months among other health problems due to my intolerance. I will be sick if I eat gluten.

When people go to restaurants who are just trying out the fad, they may eat a plate full of food and just push off the bread that accidentally came on top, not wanting to make a fuss and have new food cooked. Well, I can’t do that. Any crumb hurts me….and wait staff just won’t get that if so many people who are “gluten free” are so lackadaisical about it, ya know? It does affect the seriousness of the diet, I think.

24 Jen @ keepitsimplefoods March 28, 2011 at 3:00 pm

I’ve never seen that video! I’m horrified of putting anything on Youtube, but perhaps the day will come…ack!

I don’t follow a gluten free diet, but I like the challenge of preparing meals that fit strict parameters. Going gluten fre (or dairy free, or vegan or vegetarian, etc) is a great way to explore new foods, learn to cook in a new way and give your body a taste of something different!
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25 Dori March 28, 2011 at 3:01 pm

LOVE egg salad. Haven’t had it in so long. Good call on adding olives to it!
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26 Gabriela @ Une Vie Saine March 28, 2011 at 3:04 pm

Haha the Disney video is awesome!! Makes me want to break out my entire collection of old VHS movies.
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27 Kaitlyn March 28, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Rebecca Black is actually donating her money to Japan & her school! Go her!

28 Hope March 28, 2011 at 3:20 pm

I LOVE everything Disney!! Thank you for posting! That egg salad looks delicious! I love egg salad. I never end up eating it ever though. I really should make some. It’s so good!
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29 Katie March 28, 2011 at 3:23 pm

I’m not really sure why you are writing an article on gluten free if it doesnt really mean anything to you…..? just curious.

30 Meghann March 28, 2011 at 3:33 pm

Good question. πŸ™‚ the topic was presented to me, so I’m trying my best to wrap my head around it. If anything I want to educate myself on it enough, so that if I do have a gluten free friend over for dinner, I’ll know what to serve them. Because it may not mean anything to me, but it means everything to them. Maybe that should be my angle?

31 Emma (Namaste Everyday) March 28, 2011 at 3:37 pm

One of my best friends is gluten-free and it almost like she deals with a disability: I swear that placed (unknowingly) discriminate against gluten-free eaters. There are certain markets, restaurants, cafes, and bars that they cannot enjoy because there are no gluten free options. It’s all about awareness. it’s not just offering a gluten-free bread selection, it’s designating a gluten-free toaster, too!
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32 Meghann March 28, 2011 at 3:41 pm

LOVE this! Spot on! Thanks for giving me an idea. πŸ™‚

33 Kate March 28, 2011 at 6:34 pm

I just chimed in up top but had to add that when I was diagnosed with Celiac I was told that if you are actually diagnosed with Celiac you are covered by the American’s with Disabilities Act and can get different food cost reimbursements on your taxes? I don’t buy expensive pre-packaged gluten free foods though, so I’ve never taken advantage of that.

34 Carolyn March 28, 2011 at 10:53 pm

Kate from what I have found in my research (I am Celiac) that your employer has to participate in the flex spending program and then within that flex program the celiac diet has to be recognized and then you can deduct the difference between the cost of a normal loaf of bread and a gluten free loaf of bread. I don’t know if this is 100% the case these days but over the years this is what I have been told from multiple employers, all of whom didn’t recognize the difference.
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35 Becca March 28, 2011 at 10:47 pm

One of my friends has Celiac. When he goes out to eat, he can’t eat at McDonald’s, but he can have burgers from Burger King. Something about the way they make them, I guess? They go to Subway and Culver’s a lot–I guess he can eat some of their food. All I know is that he has to ask for a cheesburger without the bun at BK. It’s kind of funny, but it’s also kinda serious stuff.
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36 LauraJayne March 28, 2011 at 3:39 pm

I have a close friend who just found out he needs to go gluten-free, and I’ve been trying to help him do that – I’d love some help too (and I’m always willing to act as a taste-tester!).
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37 Kate (What Kate is Cooking) March 28, 2011 at 4:10 pm

My old boss was gluten intolerant. It was amazing finding out how much stuff she couldn’t eat!
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38 Alaina March 28, 2011 at 4:11 pm

I love Daniel Tosh. I think he came to my college back in ’03. I think….

I won’t listen to the Friday, Friday song because I know it’ll get stuck in my head. πŸ˜›
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39 Emily March 28, 2011 at 4:15 pm

I am not gluten free, but I have a lot of relatives and friends in church that are gluten free. I probably know about 20 people that are gluten free. At first it’s hard for them to find new substitutes, because as you know, the hardest thing to do is make baked goods. I recently was part of a gluten free bread baking class in which the teacher taught us how to make a DELICIOUS gluten free bread that was better than homemade bread. It was seedy and moist. Good substitutes for wheat flour are potato starch, cornstarch, rice flours, etc… You can make some pretty delicious cakes, cookies, breads, and muffins in which you can’t tell the difference. Sometimes it’s a little more expensive but if you had your own grinder and were able to grind grains like millet, quinoa, and rice then it would be fairly cheap.
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40 abby March 28, 2011 at 4:28 pm

I went to art school with Nick, different majors, but he graduated a year ahead of me! He works at Pixar! So cool. I’ve been reading your blog for awhile and we actually met… I took you + ashley + ryan’s pic before the start of the Disney Princess Half! I’m one of Ry’s close highschool friends πŸ™‚
My bf’s mom just found out she was a Celiac, luckily in Australia (where she lives) lots of people are, so EVERYTHING is labeled Gluten free or not. Also there’s whole gluten free stores! Crazy…

41 Alexia @ Dimple Snatcher March 28, 2011 at 4:30 pm

Ahhhhhh, Rebecca Black. The music industry never fails to surprise me πŸ™‚
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42 kiera March 28, 2011 at 4:39 pm

rebecca black deserves a million times more cred than she gets because payday, payday is more like charity, charity! she is donating all profits from Friday to Japan and her school!

43 Katy (The Singing Runner) March 28, 2011 at 4:57 pm

LOVE Daniel Tosh!!! He’s a genius!

I made the MISTAKE today of listening to “Friday, Friday” for the first time, just to see what all the hype was about. Ugh! It’s been stuck in my head all day long!
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44 Ashley March 28, 2011 at 5:00 pm

I love that disney video. I wonder if that’s him singing the girl part too or he did something with auto tune. Sorry I don’t know much about gf eating. Good luck!

45 Stacey (The Home-Cooked Vegan) March 28, 2011 at 5:17 pm

I love egg salad! That used to be one of my favorite sandwich combos before going vegan πŸ™‚ And I am way too impatient to wait for the egg to cool. I’m the girl that’s grabbing it out of hot water, trying to peel it while tossing it from hand to hand.

Tosh.0 is hilarious! Did you see that episode with the “Why Must I Cry?” guy?! It’s an old one I think, but it’s sooooo funny. Like ROFL funny
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46 Kristen Pardue March 28, 2011 at 5:19 pm

Twitter: @GFreeDietitian

Hi, I’m a gluten free Dietitian who has to eat gluten free. On my blog today, I posted about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity and the symptoms of them. You can also go to my 1st blog post and read my story about how my health fell apart, and how I was able to heal myself naturally through foods and gfree diet.
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47 Lisa (bakebikeblog) March 28, 2011 at 5:35 pm

I have a wheat intolerance (as opposed to a gluten intolerance) and am more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
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48 Jamie March 28, 2011 at 6:56 pm

Hi Meghann,

My best friend has psoriatic arthritis and now eats Gluten Free which has been proven to be the best treatment. She has seen dramatic results. Gluten Free is apparantly great for people with any type of autoimmune disease including Arthritis.

Those are my two cents!! Egg Salad looks great! πŸ™‚

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49 Pam March 28, 2011 at 7:03 pm

Thanks for the ‘Friday’ video. Now I know who my 14 year old nephew finds infatuating.

50 Hilary March 28, 2011 at 7:17 pm

I’m with you….I am lucky that I’m not gluten-intolerant…although I did recently make some tasty gluten free quinoa brownies :). And that lunch looks tasty (minus the olives…not such a fan).
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51 Emily @ Savory and Savage March 28, 2011 at 8:00 pm

I was sold at the mini Kosher pickle.

Though, I do find that the best pickles are in NY.
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52 Becca March 28, 2011 at 10:42 pm

I found that one a few weeks ago–really great. Have you watched all of Nick’s vids? He’s SO good. He was on Ellen, and people want him on Glee. He’s pretty dang impressive. πŸ˜€ I also enjoy Sam Tsui… They did a Wicked duet!! πŸ˜€

Gluten-free? I have a friend who can’t process gluten. Celiac. I made cupcakes for birthdays and I had to ask his mom which mix to use, and which frosting to buy, because I wanted to include him.

My best friends and I sang parts of “Friday” after church yesterday. It was hilarious. πŸ™‚ One of them started singing, and then we kind of just went from there. Fun. πŸ™‚
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53 Becca March 28, 2011 at 10:43 pm

Oh. That’s not to say I like “Friday.” I find it obnoxious. It’s just really funny to make fun of it. πŸ˜›
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54 Becca March 28, 2011 at 10:50 pm

Also, this weekend I tweeted a Yahoo article I found about how people think gluten is making people fat. …What happened to “moderation”? =\
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55 ariel @B-More Ariel March 28, 2011 at 10:50 pm

My roommate is gluten-intolerante (has Celiac) and I can tell you from just seeing her deal with it, it is so difficult. Especially since we live in dorms & most of our food is prepared for us. She couldn’t eat certain things because even though they would be like vegetables they were coated in Soy Sauce (which has gluten in it). In addition she’s also a vegetarian. So literally very meal was rice & salad. A couple Months ago she found the gluten-free aisle as the Grocery Store & was so excited! She bought bagels and said “It’s like I’m eating a bagel for the first time” because she hadn’t had them in almost a year. Pizza is one of her favorite foods & it’s so hard for her to resist the craving. In addition the people who prepare are food are generally older people & not many older people really understand Celiac. Some cases are more severe than hers (like our floormate) who can’t have anything cross-contaminated.

If you have any questions email me & I can see if my roommate can give you a first hand experience paragraph or something. =)

Hope this helps a bit!!
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56 Katherine: Unemployed March 29, 2011 at 11:51 am

lady gaga likes rebecca black. I don’t know if that makes me think more or less of her…
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57 Emily March 29, 2011 at 1:59 pm

I think gluten free is somewhat of a shock at first. It’s kind of like groping around to see what your food options are, when you find out you suddenly can’t eat a lot of bread products. But after, a little bit of research you will find that there are many many gluten free options out there, and you really are not limited on not being able to have sweets. You can just substitute different flours.

One caution. Don’t use bean flour. It makes the whole recipe taste like beans. Yuck….
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58 Lindsey (HIP LIP) March 29, 2011 at 4:11 pm

This made me think of your gluten article:
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