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Thursday, July 30, 2009


I've been blogging about my gluten free cooking and lifestyle since I was diagnosed 3 1/2 years ago (late 2005). As soon as I found out I had Celiac Disease, I adopted a new way of living. I immediately began to feel better and haven't looked back, not even once. My hair has grown back, my moods have stopped swinging from one end of the pendulum {...}
to the other, I rarely get colds, I never have stomach aches, and I'm just generally a much happier person.

My husband and I work fulltime as musicians in the field of children's music. We perform concerts and present teacher workshops primarily throughout the United States, though also occasionally in Canada and Europe. If you want to visit our blog about our work, please go here.

Since being diagnosed, traveling became a challenge. But the whole landscape, even in the last 3 1/2 years since my diagnosis, has changed so dramatically that I really have nothing to complain about. We travel for the most part to urban areas. I can almost always find a restaurant that has a gluten free menu or a supermarket that carries gluten free foods.

The goal of this new blog (please visit my original blog at is to help people find restaurants that have gluten free menus. Or to find restaurants that, even if they don't have gluten free menus, are gluten free friendly.

I also hope to make suggestions for gluten free tips while traveling.

If you have any suggestions, please feel free to contact me at birdwoman5151 AT gmail DOT com.


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