10 things you didn't know about your friend that has Celiac Disease

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1. They do not like being told what they can't eat.  However, they may ask some questions for them to determine what is safe for them to eat


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2. No, they can't "just have that table spoon of flour" used in that sauce

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3. They probably keep a bottle of gluten free soy sauce on them at all times


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4. Yes, they think it is outrageous that they have to pay more for gluten free bread, and no they don't want to make their own gluten free bread, because do you bake your own bread every morning? 

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5. They aren't trying to be annoying at a restaurant, they just want to make sure they don't get sick while enjoying an evening with you

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6. When they ask "can I bring anything?" when invited to your home home, it is most importantly because they are being polite.  It is an added bonus that this will ensure that they have something safe to eat without them imposing on you.

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7. Not being able to eat gluten isn't that tough. But you saying "it must be tough" sure doesn't help

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8. Being told by wait staff "oh, a lot of our gluten free customers eat it and it doesn't bother them", is not the same as being told, the chef will prepare something safe for you.

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9. No, they can't just cheat

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10. If your friend sent you this, they are trying to tell you to stop worrying

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