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Oh, Crumbs!

Self-proclaimed font of Celiac knowledge, Libby tries to educate everyone she comes across on the differences between allergies, gluten sensitivity, and Celiac Disease.

Latest Entries
  • Oct 10 2012

    Sick Days

    I have been sick for the past five days. I am frustrated and annoyed at my body because I have no idea what is going on. I convinced that a number of outside factors could be affecting me: stress from moving, the new house I live in not being e...

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  • Oct 05 2012

    Gluten-Free Mac n' Cheese

    Nothing really compares to the deliciousness of macaroni and cheese. It is a soft and velvety comfort food that can cheer up any bad day, and is great in a pinch for a quick fix for dinner. Though home made is always the best, grabbing a packag...

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  • Oct 03 2012

    Traveling with Celiac

    For the past couple of years now, I have felt a growing desire to travel. Sure, I have taken trips here and there; recently to the UK, Central America, and other states in the U.S., but traveling in a group or for a mere two weeks has not sati...

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  • Sep 28 2012

    On (Not) Feeling Left Out

    Being a Celiac means that you have an amazing attitude towards being left out. Or on the other hand, maybe you have a terrible attitude at first, but learn to accept the road blocks in front of you and get on with other activities. In this c...

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  • Sep 27 2012

    Ballpark Experience

    I do not like baseball. I am sorry, but I said it. Whether it is because I do not understand the rules or because I find it boring to watch, I have never made the effort to go to games, nor joined in the hype for a specific team. However, being fr...

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  • Sep 21 2012

    Gluten-Free Paper Mache

    Recently, a sculpture project I was working on called for the use of cardboard and glue only. Trying to think outside the box, I wanted to deconstruct the cardboard to a point where it was unrecognizable. This meant changing the cardboard's 2D ...

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  • Sep 19 2012

    Chicken Soup for the (Celiac) Soul

    Fall is upon us, and with my weak immune system that means one thing: cold season.After a long and beautiful summer of beach trips and lunch on San Francisco rooftops, Fall can be a bit of a drag, especially when a nasty cold or sore throat sne...

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  • Sep 14 2012

    Everyday Advice for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs

    Today, I want to list all the things that I wish I had known when first diagnosed as aCeliac. Many of these items came as a surprise either from trial and error, someonetelling me a few months later, or reading an article online.Don't Lick Envelop...

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  • Sep 13 2012

    Raise a Glass for National Celiac Awareness Day

    Happy National Celiac Awareness Day, everyone! What could be more appropriatethan to celebrate with friends and a few cold ones?I was going to review gluten free beers, but mid way through writing that post, I decidedinstead to recommend something...

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  • Sep 07 2012

    Mark Your Calendars...

    ...because September 13th is National Celiac DiseaseAwareness Day!Why September 13th, you ask? Doctor Samuel Gee, a British physician, was the ?rst topublish a modern clinical description of celiac disease in 1888 and linked the control ofthe dise...

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Libby educates everyone on food allergies, gluten sensitivity, and Celiac Disease.

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