Re: Talk to me about being Gluten free...
We really like Pamela's gluten free flours. You can make breads and pancakes ect. to satisfy your bread cravings. Tinkyada, pasta joy spaghetti for noodles that aren't to bad. Mostly we just avoid the flours and noodles because they are $$. We use a lot of rice, popcorn, quinoa, and oats instead of breads. A lot of oats are not gluten free because they are made in the same facility as wheat, so make sure they are not contaminated. I know Bob's Red Mill is good.
I'm still looking for a good cracker.
It can take several months to feel better, although some people feel better right away. I felt better after about 2 weeks and my son stopped throwing up right away. I had really strong bread cravings in the beginning and now I don't.
: Mama of 4 DS's
and 1 DD
. Married to J