Dating someone with celiac disease Couple chat lines

Restaurants try, but kitchens can be busy and careless.She usually goes into restaurants assuming she will probably be sick the next day.I can eat all the bread I want but my girlfriend cannot.She has an autoimmune disorder called celiac disease, so she cannot eat gluten (which comes from wheat).On our second date, I suggested we eat at a Mexican restaurant that was around the corner from my house.She said she would have to check the menu first to see if they had any gluten-free options.With a celiac girlfriend, I'd bump that up another 2.Regular readers of my blog may remember my review of Foster Farms - also know as the day when I had 96 gluten free corn dogs stuffed in my dorm freezer, communal fridge, and even in the maid's mini-cooler in the upstairs laundry room.

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Meaning that, besides really wanting cookies, I'm always prepared.

When I spent Super Bowl weekend with Nick's family, I brought a backpack of books, clothes and hygiene products. Nothing but food in the form of 4 Tupperware lunches and dinners, a jar of chia seed pudding, 1/2 pound of mixed raw veggies and dip, a mix of Oatless Oatmeal, sunbutter, mixed seeds and fruit.

That can take a lot of fun out of the dining experience.

To make things worse, even restaurants that have gluten-free options might not have anything that she wants to eat.

We tend to stick to a list of about seven places with food she knows she can eat.

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