Pizza is something I took for granted before I was diagnosed. I didn't love it when I was younger because of my dislike for tomato sauce and by the time I got to college I only had 2 years to truly appreciate all of its greatness. That being said I work at a summer camp … Continue reading Pizza Crust Mix
No matter if you are young and single or have a family, going to the ballpark is always fun but can be a challenge when you are trying to feed (and hydrate) a celiac or person with a gluten intolerance. I have been seeing more and more posts about awesome gluten free options at ballparks … Continue reading Busch Stadium | St. Louis
I love my hard cider. I know that they are sugary and contain a ton of calories but I don't care because they make me happy. Last Thanksgiving I had 1750 calories from Hard Cider alone and I don't regret it one bit. Recently, I have been branching out and trying new ciders whenever I see … Continue reading Angry Orchard Strawman Farmhouse Hard Cider
I have been trying* to ween myself off of purchasing things that are not essential to my diet and are not naturally gluten free. (*read trying but not doing too well) Except for a few exceptions like breakfast cereals and bars/chips and crackers. I am not a health nut. You will learn that quickly, but … Continue reading I’m not a vegan but damn these cookies are good
If you've never been to Nora's I need you to stop what you're doing immediately and go now. (But not actually because they are closed this weekend and not open on Mondays) However, I do swear by this place. It may be because it's the first place I ate out at after my diagnosis. My … Continue reading Nora’s | Dogtown, St. Louis, MO
If you know me then you would know that I had a blog during my undergraduate education after I was diagnosed. However, I would like expand the content and audience of my blog and that is where I am now. But first, let me give you a little more about myself than you can get … Continue reading Welcome to my ~new~ blog.