WIN-It-Wednesday: Gluten Free Everyday Cookbook

For all of you who read my review of the “Gluten Free Everyday Cookbook”, by Robert Landolphi, and put it on your Holiday Wish List, you are thankfully in luck!

This must-have cookbook will be the sponsor of BeFreeForMe’s WIN-It-Wednesday for the next TWO Wednesday’s (this week, 11/18 and next week, 11/25). Each week TWO (For a total of FOUR) members will win a copy of this fantastically easy and delicious gluten-free cookbook. All recipes I have tried so far have been phenominal… recipes such as Tri-Spiced Onion Rings with Horseradish Dipping Sauce, and Cayenne Dusted Chicken Nuggets.

How can you WIN? Easy!

Reply to this blog and tell us what you are thankful for in your gluten-free and/or allergen-free life (Me? A 100% gluten-free Thanksgiving, hosted by Mom & Dad, that I will enjoy with my whole family, even my sister from the West Coast… I can’t wait!).

All entries for the first week’s contest must be received by: Tuesday, November 24 at 12:00 Midnight EST.

All entries for the second week’s contest must be received by: Tuesday, December 1 at 12:00 Midnight EST.

And, Yes! You can share and enter twice – one entry for each week’s contest.


Good luck, be thankful, and, as always…

Be Free!

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88 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Gluten Free Everyday Cookbook”

  1. Melissa Conrad Says:

    I’m thankful for my loving family who has supported me and helped me with my Celiac Disease! And the lovely gluten free, allergen free, nutrient packed, sweet potato with cinnamon and coconut oil. One of my FAVORITE treats. 🙂

    Happy Holidays!

  2. caren Says:

    I’m am a newbie in the GF world! And I am so very thankful to good friends who took into consideration my new changes in lifestyle, and during our potluck dinner, made sure it was gluten free (I baked GF chocolate cupcakes; first time doing so and turned out great!).
    I’m needing to learn so much more about GF living, and found Be Free For Me whilst searching.

  3. Cara Says:

    I am thankful for gluten free mainstream products (chex cereal, etc.) 🙂

  4. Jonathan S. Says:

    I am having my first gluten free Thanksgiving this year! I’m thankful to have finally (very recently) realized the cause of some of my health issues, and I’m happy that some relatives will be coming in to town for the holiday.

    Thanks for your helpful posts and for running these contests.

  5. Shelly! Says:

    Oh, there is so much to be thankful for this year as ever. I am thankful this year that my son has stayed healthy and that most of my attempts at GF cooking/baking have turned out rather than be thrown out. Yeah! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

  6. Larc Bogdan Says:

    We’re thankful that so many of Thanksgiving’s foods are traditionally gluten-free, and the rest are now so nice and easy to adapt!

  7. Cindy Says:

    I am thankful that my adult children will go out of their way to try to accomodate my need to be gluten free. This will be my first holiday season since being diagnosed with celiac, so I’m sure it’s going to be challenging to attend parties with a lot of food I can’t eat.

  8. Mandi Cantrell Says:

    I am thankful for my family. I am very thankful this year because this is the first year I am not in pain. I’ve been in pain for 8 years and this year I found out what was wrong — gluten intolerance. I am thankful to my family for not being scared to eat gluten free dinners every night now and they actually love some of the dishes more than the other things I used to cook with gluten in them. I am thankful that my brother had the guts to go to a doctor and got diagnosed with celiac disease which pointed me finally in the right direction for my diagnosis. I am thankful to my doctor for not giving up on me and for not telling me I’m crazy or that it is normal to be in this pain as so many doctors have over the past 8 years and for second guessing his diagnosis of IBS when the meds didn’t work. I am now living and enjoying a normal life and for that I am thankful for most of all!

  9. WENDY KNAPP Says:

    I am thankful my son was finally diagnosed with celiac and that we are not playing a guessing game with his health any more. I now have the resources to make him healthy again and have learned to cook alot of interesting foods. I am looking forward to tackling Thanksgiving dinner but a little nervous about it as well.Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!!!!!!

  10. Melissa Brown Says:

    After 2 years of my daughter being listed as failure to thrive, I’m thankful that we finally got a diagnosis of Celiac’s disease and that she’s finally above the 1st percentile in weight for her age

  11. Debra Gowlland Says:

    I’m so thankful that the “cure” to my disease is gluten free food…no treatments or drugs just good food!!☻

  12. Rita Says:

    I am thankful for the many recipes and gluten free products available today. I can enjoy foods like stuffing and cake and pie and bread and still be gluten free. (Sometimes my friends do not know they are eating gluten free at my house).

  13. Alisha Says:

    I am thankful for being able to find ways to eat gluten free that are less expensie. Being a single Mom of two puts an extra twist on eating Gluten Free. Have a Happy Holiday season!

  14. Nicole Parker Says:

    I am thankful that we tried gluten free with my son (tests were inconclusive). He went from barely 8th percentile to 65th percentile for weight in less than 9 months, began sleeping better, trusts us when we offer new foods and is generally a normal 3 year old. We started Gluten Free just before Thanksgiving last year and we are enjoying the anniversary of his improved health.

  15. Lisa Says:

    I am thankful for a family that understands I need to eat the way I do and for the unexpected, but not unappreciated, weight loss on a gluten free diet!

  16. Marta Says:

    I am thankful for another sunny day in November!

  17. Chriss Says:

    I am thankful for a husband who is so supportive that he will cook 2 seperate meals if that is what is needed and because I am highly sensitive to cross contamination and newly diagnosed he is extremly careful and protective when we go anywhere! I am also thankful for the friends who allow me to try out the GF recipes on them and family and friends who are more than supportive in all of this as I adjust to the GF diet!

  18. Kimberly Maneval Says:

    While I wish my mother’s health would improve more after going gluten-free, I’m thankful she is as good as she is! I’m her caregiver and find all the tips, recipes and ideas on your website very helpful in helping her live a gluten-free lifestyle. Thanks!!!

  19. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I am thankful for sites like this one, they let me know I am not alone and this can be done. I am also thankful for a husband that cooks 2 seperate meals to accomodate my needs.


  20. Laura Parker Says:

    Very thankful that I found one of the causes of my migraines! Happy that my sons like my gluten free cooking.

  21. Beth Says:

    I am thankful for having so many people in my life who love me and try to accomodate my GF lifestyle. My husband, his entire family, my family and my 2 beautiful sons are always looking out for me and my restirctions. My brother-in-law made me my first GF bread crumbs (excellent BTW!). My sister -in-law makes Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner GF (and no one knows the difference!). My sister now makes the familiy’s favorite vermicelli salad GF. My mother makes my favorite date nut bread GF as well. Everybody does what they can to make my life easier and more enjoyable and I am thankful for all of them and everything they do.

  22. amy wise Says:

    This is my 1st Thanksgiving being gluten free. Actually I was just diagnosed in September. Through this journey, I am thankful for my mom being very supported and trying to find the ususals in gluten free for me to enjoy. Also, I am thankful for all the “proud of you” I get, when I tell them I have not cheated once. I cant wait to see how my family enjoys the gluten free dishes too! I am just thankful that my doctor finally found out what was wrong:)

  23. Sam Says:

    I am thankful for gluten free, soy free, egg free, and dairy free bread with low sugar content. Even though its not an exact substitute for the real thing, as I diabetic celiac with egg, soy and dairy allergies, it fills the need that i have for bread.

  24. Ann Says:

    This is my first holiday season with the gluten-free lifestyle. I am thankful to be pain free, enjoying family, and not in the hospital.

  25. Tina Says:

    I am thankful for our great support group – Marshfield Celiac Support Group – in Marshfield, Wisconsin.

  26. Teresa Earp Says:

    I am thankful for gluten-free Chex which I am eating right now! 🙂

  27. Kristine Says:

    I’m thankful for the fact that going gluten free has improved my overall heath and nutrition. Of all of the triumphs I had to overcome at a young age ( diabetic at 12, 2 heart attacks by 18), I’m most appreciative of this new, yet again, way of eating and living. I now live on a diabetic (low sugar and glycemic foods), heart healthy (low sodium, low fat), and gluten ( and dairy and peanut free) diet and I feel the best I’ve felt in many years. Going GF has helped lower my blood sugar levels which in turn is doing wonders for my health.

  28. Marina Says:

    I’m thankful for my wonderful boyfriend who puts up with all my crazy special needs… and corn tortillas. 😉

  29. Emily Says:

    I’m thankful for finally feeling well again! For months I was fatigued beyond belief! I was diagnosed with gluten and casein sensitives and have a self-diagnosed soy intolerance. I no have to stop myself some days to appreciate that I have the energy to walk across my campus and the brain power and focus to do well in my classes. It was incredibly frustrating knowing I had a test the next morning and not being able to study because I couldn’t comprehend my notes.
    I’m thankful to catch this and treat it, thankful my grades are coming back up and thankful that I have enough energy to run and exercise again! My roommates are incredible too and I’m thankful for them and their support.
    Oh my gosh, I can’t forget to show my love for FRUIT being on my able-to-eat list too!
    THANK GOODNESS for being healthy!!

  30. Michie Page Says:

    I am thankful that my new in-laws are so willing to work with me and try new things this Thanksgiving. It is my first Thanksgiving away from my parents and my in-laws are letting me bring some changes to their traditional meal. I am also thankful that my parents were such wonderful cooks who taught me well, so I don’t think the changes are going to be as drastic as some of my new family are thinking.

  31. Sherall Cornwell Says:

    It has been a little difficult being the only GF/WF person in my family, but, they have been so supportive! My husband buys my GF pretzels and my son and daughter-in-love always think of me when they prepare holiday feasts. And life is so much better health wise!

  32. Sarah Says:

    I am thankful for finally feeling better!!!!! I’m healthy. I am especially grateful that I don’t have to take medicine to manage my disease. All I have to do is eat differently. It took me a looong time to feel this way. At first eating was so frustrating. But it is getting easier and I can see the benefits of it. I don’t feel tired or sad. My skin looks better and my stomach doesn’t constantly hurt. I am blessed.

  33. Marilyn Says:

    I am thankful that there are so many websites like yours that give us so many helpful ideas, recipes and forums to connect with people who are going through the same things, day to day. Thank you.

  34. terra Says:

    oddly enough, I’m thankful that my mother-in-law has some of the same issues as my son – making it so much easier to figure out how to feed him in the midst of gluten/wheat issues


  35. Francine Says:

    I am thankful to share a GF Thanksgiving with my family-the most important people in my life- and especially to celebrate my Mom’s 85th birthday on Thanksgiving day (eating GF birthday cheesecake)!

  36. Aubry Says:

    I am a newbie to being gluten free. My five year old daughter was having so many of the “classic” symptoms of celiac, so we decided to try going gluten free. This Thanksgiving, I am so very thankful for all the amazing people who have been able to help us with this transition. All of my questions have been aswered and so many people have been encouraging. I am also thankful for my family who supports this decision to try the GF diet for my daughter, and for all of them to participate in it as well to support her! We have been gluten free for only about a week now, but I must say, her tummy problems are so much better!!

  37. Sandy Munday Says:

    I am thankful that more and more GF products are becoming available for all of us. Nothing wrong with fruit, vegetables, meat and etc.. but it’s nice to indulge in a baked item every once in awhile! I am so grateful for my improved health since I was diagnosed with gluten intolerance. Life has become much more tolerable! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

  38. Denise Says:

    I am thankful that this year my daughter finally has a diagnosis and is feeling so much better. This has been a year of learning for the whole family, but I love seeing that smile on her face again. She has adjusted well and for a young girl of 20 to make the transition, I am very proud of her. We love you BDO…….

  39. Leanne Styczinski Says:

    I am thankful for my family. For the laughter in every failed atempt at my glutenfree and egg free baking for my 16 year old son. And the joy in every success.

  40. Susette Says:

    I am thankful for so many things…my family, my job, that CD is treatable with diet and not drugs, a roof over my head but, mostly that the Lord has provided for us and will continue to do so. : )

  41. Cathy S Says:

    Believe it or not I am thankful for celiac disease! When I look at all the changes that I have made in my life due to this disease, I realize I have met many new people, I spend more time with my oldest son (also diagnosed). We attend a Meetup group that I organize now. We find new things to do and places to eat. It can enlighten you to who is your dearest friends (those that will still invite you and really care to learn what you are going through) and show you how much love is in your life to be thankful for! It forces you to slow down a little and really see your life. I hope everyone can see how blessed we are. REmember … It’s only food!

  42. E Says:

    There is a lot to be thankful for, especially good health. Also for friends,weather and able to eat cakes and pies again.

  43. Karen Says:

    I am grateful for the wonderful products that are both GF and vegan!

  44. Suz Says:

    I am thankful to live in a nation with an abundant and safe food supply. THANK YOU FARMERS!

  45. Jennifer Says:

    Where does one begin? Mostly I am thankful that my health has improved and for the many people in my life who have accepted my celiac and for all of the wonderful food and dining establishments they have found for me.

  46. Eileen C Says:

    I am thankful that there are more gluten free (and casein free since we are GFCF) products and more awareness. I am thankful for all my friends who are so supportive and helpful and thankful that I can be supportive to others in return. I am thankful for great blogs like this one! I am thankful that it will just be my family so I don’t have to worry about what is served, I am in charge!

  47. Gina Says:

    I am thankful when I see my daughter eating finally without pain and gaining weight. I am so happy that she feels better and is getting more comfortable with eating food.

  48. Janet LaRue Says:

    I am thankful that my daughter and myself were finally diagnosed with Celiac Disease and that we are finally feeling healthy and happy again! I am thankful for CSA and their conferences that have helped me tremendously regarding education of the disease. I am thankful that I have spent years learning about the disease and now run a Support Group Chapter for the Southern Tier of NY. Lastly I am so thankful that my family has supported my daughter and me with this disease and have been there for us every step of the way!

  49. Esther Says:

    I am thankful for chocolate and corn tortilla chips/salsa, mexican food and thai food, GF cookie and cake mixes that can now be purchased right beside regular cookie and cake mixes. I am thankful for all the dedicated people that have come up with recipes and ideas that make my and millions of others GF lives easier and tastier! I am thankful for friends and family for remembering my GF status at our get togethers!

  50. Theresa Shafer Says:

    Oh my gosh, thank you. I am thankful that this year they FINALLY figured out what was wrong my body. I was prodded, vampired, and asked all sorts of questions with the conclusion that there was nothing wrong. Yet, I was nauseous, headachey, with sore joints. And it came and went.

    Now that I am learning where to find and avoid Gluten me life is SOOOOOOO much better. I am very Thankful.

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway. I NEED a Cluten-free cookbook.

    Thank you again.

  51. Carol Asher Says:

    I am grateful that I was diagnosed when I was (in my 50’s). If not for my diagnosis, my children and grandson would probably not have been diagnosed, not until they had suffered permanent problems as I have.
    I am also thankful for the support groups. Sharing new information and product information and recipes is a great help to staying gluten free.
    I am also thankful for the many books that have been written about the disease and the diet. I keep a list of all those I have read (a pretty long list) on our web site to encourage more celiacs to do the same.

  52. Melissa Says:

    I am thankful that I was diagnosed early enough in my life to prevent any further damage and the advancements made in this disease. Unlike previous family members who have died of stomach/intestinal cancer and didn’t get the chance to know what it was they actually had. This disease wasn’t known at that time, so they couldn’t be cured.
    I am also thankful for my family’s continuous love and support as I make the transition to a gluten free lifestyle.

  53. Susan C - AZ Says:

    I’m thankful for how eating gluten-free has helped me to discover new recipes, eat and cook more healthy. I am also thankful for the best gluten-free bakery in the world – Gluten-Free Creations Bakery in Phoenix, AZ. They have the best BREAD, bagels, cookies, brownies, muffins and so much more! Check them out at They have so many delicious treats for Thanksgiving right now with stuffings, gravy, rolls, bundt cakes, tortes, etc. I am so thankful I live here in Phoenix and can go to the bakery frequently. I am also grateful for the independently owned restaurants that are chef-driven that care about our food allergy needs and will cook for us accordingly.

  54. patricia Says:

    I am so thankful to be alive. I am thankful for the support groups that help me with celiac. I am thankful that I can help and show the rest of my family to cook and bake gluten-free as they are getting diagnoxed also.

  55. Doug Says:

    I am thankful for Stone Hearth Pizza’s awesome organic gluten-free pizza. (Needham, MA)
    I am thankful the support of my 5 celiac sisters, and anyone else that cares enough to think of me and mention a new g.f. product when they see it on the store shelves. I’m also very thankful for my wife who finds new recipes for me and makes eating fun again.

    Can’t wait for Thanksgiving- everything is g.f………even the tiramisu

  56. Gluten Free Betsy Says:

    I am thankful for my job! Although it’s not exactly what I want to be doing in life right now, I’m so thankful to be earning a paycheck. Last year I was laid off twice and it’s was rough.

  57. Laura Says:

    I am thankful for the internet, how difficult would it be to find out all this info, about all these great products, etc without it!?!?

  58. Lori Niver Says:

    I am thankful for good health. I am thankful that so many stores and restaurants are providing more gluten free options. I am always looking for new recipes to fix for my daughter. I am thankful for new cookbooks and great ideas that make eating delicious and fun. I am thankful for my daughter and her beautiful smile. It is so good to see her healthy and smiling again.

  59. sue Says:

    We are thankful for all of the good tasting gluten free food that is now available. It makes making a fully Gluten free Thanksgiving a lot easier!

  60. Erica Says:

    I am thankful for a husband (who was just diagnosed with Celiac) who has been a wonderful patient during all his time in the hospital and who I know will be willing to try new GF foods and see the positive side of the changes. I’m thankful for our GREAT families who have been so supportive and prayerful during so much uncertainty. And I’m absolutely thankful to God for helping to keep us strong and maintain our faith as we’ve come through such a long struggle. Thankful for an answer!!

  61. Christi Ryder Says:

    I am so very thankful for good recipies and ideas that I can share with friends and family and also for all the stores and resturants that provide gluten free menus for us to enjoy. Even overseas where my husband is deployed and remaining gluten free out of moral support for me he is able to enjoy gluten free foods and resturants. Looking forward to great GLUTEN FREE foods for Thanksgiving.

  62. Giovanna Says:


    I am thankful for my family and for all the gluten free products that are now filling the store shelves. Also, I am thankful for this site: Be Free for Me, it has helped make life easier with, info, recipes and the great quotes. Thank you.

    To a healthy, happy Thanksgiving to all,


  63. Mirela Says:

    I am thankful for good health. I am also thankful for Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods for carrying Gluten Free products. Other than being Celiac I am also Lactose Intolerant. So I have to be double careful what I eat and where I eat. Since beginning of 2008 I lost almost 20 pounds, stayed in great shape, feel better and learned how to cook Gluten free meals at home. Cooking at home saved me from the pain after eating outside and of course saving money too buy staying at home and cook.

  64. Cara Stolba Says:

    I was diagnosed with Celiac 18 days ago – I am thankful that I was referred to a gastroenterologist that was familiar enough to notice my symptoms and actually do a biopsy to determine my diagnosis. I have been gluten free for 15 days and I am starting to feel so much better and I am extremely thankful for that !!

  65. Mandy Says:

    I am so thankful for a family who bent over backwards to learn how to cook gluten-free and help me learn how to cook gluten-free, since they knew I was not a cook to start off with! They are solely responsibly for helping me get healthy after I was diagnosed. I am also thankful that in the last few years the gluten-free lifestyle has gotten more and more mainstream making it easier for those of us to find good things to eat!

  66. Al Says:

    Thankful that my daughter has made the transition to GF living and is doing well. Thankful that more major companies are realizing GF living is not a fad or glamor diet but a real problem and are trying to provide reasonably priced alternatives to their regular products.

  67. Judy Says:

    I am thankful that my daughter is happy and healthy since going on the gluten free diet. It’s been two years since her diagnosis and she has just blossomed. I am thankful for the support of family and friends. Even though food it always a central part of celebrations, I always tell my kids that it’s really about the people that surround us that make these times special.

  68. WENDY KNAPP Says:

    I am thankful that my son finally has a diagnosis and that we are not poisoning him with gluten loaded foods anymore.I am also thankful for the Be Free For Me emails that I get great receipes for my son.I want to wish everyone a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!!!!!!!

  69. debra taylor Says:

    I am thankful for my crockpot to cook my turkey breast in, so I can bake all my gluten free goodies all day in my oven!

  70. Cindy Says:

    I am thankful that I am slowly but surely coming to terms with this diagnosis of celiac. I never realized how important food was to me. I am grateful I am in a new place of acceptance and thankful I am finding some foods that taste good.

  71. paula Says:

    I am thankful in a way that having been diagnosed with Celiac has opened up a whole new way of eating and cooking for me. Before being diagnosed, I had never heard of Amaranth, Quinoa, Teff, etc. Since I cannot eat many ready made, prepackaged items I am now eating less chemicals! Because I need to eat healthy, my entire family has benefitted and is eating healthy as well. I was never a baker, and now I bake all the time. So, though being diagnosed with an auto-immune disease wouldn’t have been top on my list, having been so and strictly adhering to a healthy gluten free diet has ultimately been beneficial to my overall health. So I am thankful.

  72. Linda Williams Says:

    I am grateful for the entire Celiac community, the support groups, research centers and foundations, the online forums and especially all the cookbook authors that have made the last 18 months for myself and 9 other members of my family cope with this change in our lives and diet. Thanks everyone, I could not have managed without your comments and sharing.

  73. Janet LaRue Says:

    I am thainkful that you have given so many people the opportunity to win free things and learn about products we may never have heard of! Thanks so much for all your hard work and dedication to the celiac community!

  74. Jenn Says:

    i’m thankful for the many mainstream and speciality stores that carry gluten free products.

  75. Paula Says:

    Since going Gluten-Free, I’m thankful that my son can sleep easily for the first time in his life. It’s amazing how a good night sleep can completely change the demeanor of a person from grumpy to delightful.

  76. Nicole Says:

    I’m thankful for gluten free cake mixes. It makes things easier.

  77. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I am thankful for friends and coworkers who always think of me and my dietary needs.

  78. Suz Says:

    I am thankful for creative and talented cooks that pour their time and efforts into making gluten free recipes. I have a hard enough time just following the recipes. These folks are genious chemists!

  79. L. Parker Says:

    On this day before Thanksgiving I am thankful for God’s blessings. Thankful that although our kids have LOTS of food allergies they are well controlled. Looking forward to a Thanksgiving with no tummy aches afterwards!

  80. Sarah Says:

    I am thankful that I can manage my CD without prescriptions. All I had to do is change my diet. It isn’t always easy but it’s doable.

  81. Gluten Free Betsy Says:

    Me again. This time around I’m thankful for my family. I moved back home this past February, which was really hard, but I’ve come to love spending more time with my family. I know when I look back on this when I’m older I’ll appreciate all of the time together. 🙂

    Happy Thanksgiving!

  82. Sarah Says:

    After 4 months of doubling-over pains and rushes to the hospitals for emergency tests, I am thankful for learning I am a celiac.
    I have been living gluten-free for a week now.
    Granted, with 2 children I need to learn more cooking skills but I adore how everyone in the community (online and in-person) have been so supportive and most importantly: friendly.

  83. Alicia Says:

    Am thankful for my husband who likes to surprise me with gluten-free dishes to enjoy, for friends who go out of their way to assure I have something yummy, and for my grown kids who are ever on the lookout for new products at the store or cheaper prices, and better at checking labels now than I. Am also thankful for my {since deceased} mother-in-law who early on struggled to adapt recipes so I could have family favorites.. like Pierogies! And to supermarkets and food companies who are now serving the GF community with more widely available products – and to those who brought the GF information to the forefront to make it known. After 22 years living without WROB , I believe I am healther as a result of what being GF taught me.. and thankful for this blip in the road. And thanks to YOU!!

  84. MaryK Says:

    I am thankful that I had my husband, Michael. He threw himself into trying to understand my health problems. He refused to eat things that I couldn’t eat even though I told him it was okay. He read the articles and the books, came with me to the doc’s office and helped me make sense of it all. When we visited his Mom in another state, he wouldn’t rest until he found a restaurant where I could eat a GF breakfast. I miss him more than I can say.

  85. Lori Niver Says:

    I am thankful for my family. I am so glad that everyone is so supportive and anxious to try new gluten free foods and recipes with me. Sharing my new discoveries with my friends and family makes it easier. I have noticed that when I make something new, everyone wants to try it and loves it. I am so thankful that my daughter is healthy and enjoys eating again. I am thankful we are all on this journey together.

  86. Kate Says:

    I am thankful that I was finally diagnosed. I am thankful for the amount of knowledge I have gained about my celiac lifestyle and about allergies and food in general. I am thankful that people are starting to realize the importance of food allergies, and of eating better. I am glad there are a lot more resources out there, including, that make living with allergies that much easier.

    Wishing everyone the best the holiday season has to offer.

  87. Marianne Says:

    I’m so thankful for learning I’m a celiac and going gluten free. My health has never been better and I eat healthier all around.

  88. Linda Says:

    I’m so thankful to have my husband still with me even though he suffered a bad heart attack and found out that he had diabetes and sleep apnea. Every day with him is a gift! I am also very grateful to have found out that I have celiac sprue and can change my diet and that it was nothing serious.

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