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i has questions and needs russipees.

Oh gosh, I didn't realize that we were in the same boat. I have a nice hole in my thigh, formerly with stiches, that is still healing.   I have such a low-gluten diet already, assuming that a slic

Splink, the best advice I can give you right now is to just avoid all baked goods right now, especially the gluten free ones. I know it's hard, believe me...but I managed to go a couple of months wit

Chocolate cake is no big - many good flourless chocolate cake recipes exist and are delicious. The key is to making sure your accompanying ingredients are also gluten free.

 

Bread - well... not so much luck there, unless you purchase a breadmaker that has a gluten free cycle (and there are a few out there now), it can be a pain.

 

Here are some russippees including waffles methinks:

 

http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/

 

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Am I correct in thinking that gluten allergies cause intestinal issues, rather than bizarre rashes which leave the dermatologists scratching their heads?

 

Just so I can eliminate that category.

 

TIA.

it can cause both my darling, and thus my gluten free experiment.

 

 

eta: and what is it with dermatologists who can't come up with an answer and try to make you feel guilty for getting a mystery rash?

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Am I correct in thinking that gluten allergies cause intestinal issues, rather than bizarre rashes which leave the dermatologists scratching their heads?

 

Just so I can eliminate that category.

 

TIA.

it can cause both my darling, and thus my gluten free experiment.

 

 

eta: and what is it with dermatologists who can't come up with an answer and try to make you feel guilty for getting a mystery rash?

Interesting.

 

New allergies can crop up at any time of life, I hear. It's all very odd.

 

At least the dermatologists were able to rule out shingles & cancer, so that's something.

 

Sorry, I'm kind of hijacking your thread here.

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Am I correct in thinking that gluten allergies cause intestinal issues, rather than bizarre rashes which leave the dermatologists scratching their heads?

 

Just so I can eliminate that category.

 

TIA.

it can cause both my darling, and thus my gluten free experiment.

 

 

eta: and what is it with dermatologists who can't come up with an answer and try to make you feel guilty for getting a mystery rash?

Interesting.

 

New allergies can crop up at any time of life, I hear. It's all very odd.

 

At least the dermatologists were able to rule out shingles & cancer, so that's something.

 

Sorry, I'm kind of hijacking your thread here.

what am i gonna do? delete my previous posts in a proprietary rage? we might as well pool our information and support one another.

i have a big hole in my arm from last week's biopsy of my rash, so i totally sympathize. apparently, all food is lethal.

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