Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Does anyone have any requests?

I'm not sure if anyone is actually out there reading this blog (except for those two guys who don't like my taste in food and who like to yell at me...) but I wanted to open things up for requests.

If you have any questions to ask me, recipes or products you'd like me to try, or ideas for things you'd like to see here then I welcome you to leave me a comment. I moderate everything, so if you'd rather I didn't post it in public just let me know and I'll keep it to myself.

I'm writing this blog to try to help other people, especially those who have been newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease. If there is something that you're curious about or want to know please drop me a note and I'll do my best to cover it here. I also just like feedback! It motivates me to keep writing if I know there are actually people out there reading!

I also want to make a note here that this is just a personal blog. I'm not trying to give medical advice, contact your doctor for that. Starting a gluten free diet without a diagnosis is not a good idea. I'm also only giving my opinions on these food items and restaurants I review. Feel free to disagree with me. There are billions of people on the planet and they all have different tastes, likes, and dislikes. If you don't like something I recommend that's fine with me and I don't mind hearing about it. I'll even publish comments that disagree with me. Please just remember that I don't get paid for this, these are not my companies, and I'm just giving my honest opinion. Be respectful to me and I'll be respectful to you.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! I'm Lee, and your cousin Shanon pointed me in this direction via facebook due to my fiance being put on a 'no white flour, no white sugar' diet by his nutritionist.

    So yes, I'm new to your blog, and reading eagerly, thank you for posting this. As for things to try? My fiance found this wonderful recipe for 'pancakes' that I wanted to share!

    1 ripe banana, 2 tbs of all natural peanut butter, and 3 eggs. Blend together to a batter and cook lightly in a frying pan using ghee (clarified butter) to help cook, and cook as you would regular pancakes. It's light, sweet, and the batter can be used as crepe batter as well, it spreads thin enough.

    Good luck, and thank you again for posting.