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Celia Kaye was just interviewed by GFreeRadio about gluten-free living, and her article on The Huffington Post: “A Guide to Gluten Free Etiquette.” Available soon on iTunes!
1) The red garland. I always handed you the tape backward. Always got cold putting the candy canes outside. Asked math questions late at night.
2) The garland: dust. The candy canes: melted. The questions: unheard. Locked in the past. Memories no longer shared.
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“If you feel better when you don’t eat gluten, then don’t eat gluten.
For many gluten-free eaters who have not been diagnosed with celiac disease, this is a statement, and a choice, that is met with much criticism.”
“Guida all’etichetta senza glutine”
Una sensibilità al glutine o un’allergia al grano sono come un’allergia agli arachidi, ma il modo in cui le si percepisce in società è molto diverso. Nessuno direbbe mai “prova una nocciolina” a qualcuno che è allergico agli arachidi, quindi perché si dice “prova un morsetto solo!” alle persone allergiche al grano?
The narcissistic necrophile kills himself
and the wind mocks the silence of the still
and the rain replaces tears of those he loved.