My name’s Kelsey and I have had Celiac Disease for about 4 years. I was diagnosed after over a year of stomach pains, countless blood tests, and one colonoscopy I’d rather not discuss. This disease has put me through the ringer. But, here I am, still alive to tell my story. My goal is to give you the real story of being gluten-free and how you can survive it in an easy and delicious way.
I went through everything. I went from the joy of feeling like this was going to make me a healthier person (I love candy. And desserts. And anything sweet) to crying at the kitchen table after eating a piece of millet bread. My friend’s parakeet eats millet. No one wants to be reduced to a parakeet, right? So, the first time I made (a delicious loaf of) homemade bread, again, I cried. What’s with me and crying after eating bread?
I’m here to share the tears and the triumphs of being someone who eats gluten-free. Whether you have to or you choose to, we all unite together in one thing. Here’s to gluten-free being delicious! Let’s make those non-gluten-freers jealous of what we have to eat.
I’d love to hear from anyone by way of email at:
truthfullyglutenfree (at) gmail (dot) com
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