Weddings can be stressful for someone who's gluten-free, because the celebration often revolves around eating and drinking. Since I was diagnosed with celiac disease my senior year of college — with my prime wedding attending years just gearing up — almost every wedding I've been to has happened while I've been gluten-free. I often associate weddings with stress.
Everyone has certain stereotypes they use to categorize those of us who eat gluten-free. These gluten-free stereotypes range from annoying to accurate. This graphic pretty much sums it up for me, and I'm sure you can relate. What images in this graphic describe your experiences as a gluten-free eater? What would you add or change?
Delight Gluten-Free Magazine has been a resource for me since going gluten-free. I was thrilled when I found out a Delight Gluten-Free Cookbook was in the works. Who doesn't love yummy gluten-free recipes? The cookbook is packed with 150 delicious gluten-free recipes. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the book before it hit shelves.
I love the gluten-free trend. I said it. And I mean it. However, it seems most people with celiac disease don't agree. I've read post, after post, after post (you get the point) about why the gluten-free fad is bad. Though I highly respect all of these bloggers and their opinions, I could not disagree more.